MY EXPERIENCE WITH AMEX COBALT FROM AMERICAN EXPRESS CANADA

MY EXPERIENCE WITH AMEX COBALT FROM AMERICAN EXPRESS CANADA

Today I am sharing some amazing news lovelies!

Last week, I had the opportunity to attend Cobalt Social, which was a pop-up event created to celebrate the launch of Amex Cobalt™, hosted by Chef Gordon Ramsay. The evening was filled with friends, laughs, delicious eats and drinks and I had the time of my life.

As you’ve probably seen by now, Amex Cobalt is American Express Canada’s newest Card and it is the perfect fit for my lifestyle. It rewards me for travelling, going for drinks, dining out or at home, taking cabs or ride sharing programs and everyday purchases, like groceries.

Back in January, one of my resolutions was to experience things as opposed to focusing on getting things. I wanted to make memories, travel, eat at every single good spot in the city and spend time with those I love. It is now October and I have managed to travel 7 times so far and have another 3 trips planned before the end of the year and so, with every experience, comes a reward which is exactly how I want to live my life.

With  Amex Cobalt, you earn 5x points on eat and drinks, 2x points when you travel or on transit and 1x points on everything else! Seriously, this Card rewards you for simply being you and doing the things you love the most.

You can redeem your points for purchases made on your Cobalt Card or putting it towards travel, concert tickets or Gift Cards. There are so many possibilities!

I am so excited about  Amex Cobalt and I can’t wait to share all of my adventures and experiences with you! I’ve planning my next travel adventure and can’t wait to get rewarded for being me while doing the things I love the most!

I hope you enjoy my visual story.

 

This post was sponsored by Amex Bank of Canada. The views and opinions expressed in this blog, however, are purely my own.

 

 

 

 

 

COBALT SOCIAL EVENT

Photography below by Elaine Fancy

 

Photography below by Wishbone & Clover

 

 

 

This post was sponsored by Amex Bank of Canada. The views and opinions expressed in this blog, however, are purely my own.

 

 

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