No direct link, targeted offer
- Get a one-time $99 statement credit after using your enrolled eligible Card to make a single subscription-based purchase of $99+ online at The Motley Fool or at fool.com/amex by 5/8/2021.
The Fine Print
- The Motley Fool Terms and Conditions currently provide that unless you notify The Motley Fool that you want to cancel, or that you do not want to auto renew, your subscription or membership fee will automatically renew for another subscription period (subject to applicable law) of equal length (for example, monthly, or annually). This means that The Motley Fool will collect the then-applicable membership or subscription fee and any taxes by charging a credit card The Motley Fool has on record for you without notifying you, unless notification is required by applicable law.
It says you need to use the fool.com/amex URL, so it might not be possible to stack with a portal. Portals are offering up to $80 back though and that would be pure profit if it does stack as memberships cost $99 (might be able to get slightly more by stacking with card linked offers as well). The reason I suspect it won’t be possible to stack is Motley Fool was a real pain to deal with when there was a similar profitable deal in the past. I’ll sit this one out. Regardless of what you do, remember to cancel otherwise you’ll be charged the full $99.
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