ADVERTISEMENT

Become part of the IN card crowd

AmEx offers exclusive IN cards for NYC, LA and Chicago

By Ben Woolsey

American Express has recently launched two new "IN" cards for America's second and third largest cities, with the IN LA Card and the IN Chicago Card. These credit card launches follow closely on the heels of the series pioneer that was launched last year with the IN NYC Card. The IN NYC Card from American Express started the genre with the unique INSIDE (SM) Rewards program, then only available in the big apple.

Compare Reward Credit Cards

The IN LA Card from American Express, like the IN NYC Card, provides credit card members with a way to earn reward points for every dollar they spend on the card. The unique INSIDE(SM) Rewards program featured with this series of cards is truly tailored to provide the essential gear needed to achieve better city living. Redemptions can be applied for unique entertainment, dining, drinking and in-city life experiences that can only be had in Los Angeles.

Not to be left out, the IN Chicago Card offers special INSIDE Rewards unique to the windy city from a slate of scores of participating Chi-town merchants, restaurants, bars and retailers. All three city-specific cards offer the suite of valuable features that grace American Express' other great credit card products, including 0 percent introductory APR on credit card purchases and balance transfers, no annual fee and the option to pay over time.

With these new products from American Express, the residents and visitors of these three iconic American cities can leverage their everyday and entertainment spending to achieve truly desirable rewards that can impress even the most jaded city dweller.

To view more details on these special card offers please click on the link of your choice:
IN NYC Credit Card from American Express
IN LA Credit Card from American Express
IN CHICAGO Credit Card from American Express

To comment on this story, write Editors@CreditCards.com.

More credit card news.

Published: December 23, 2005


Join the discussion
We encourage an active and insightful conversation among our users. Please help us keep our community civil and respectful. For your safety, do not disclose confidential or personal information such as bank account numbers or social security numbers. Anything you post may be disclosed, published, transmitted or reused.

If you are commenting using a Facebook account, your profile information may be displayed with your comment depending on your privacy settings. By leaving the 'Post to Facebook' box selected, your comment will be published to your Facebook profile in addition to the space below.

The editorial content on CreditCards.com is not sponsored by any bank or credit card issuer. The journalists in the editorial department are separate from the company's business operations. The comments posted below are not provided, reviewed or approved by any company mentioned in our editorial content. Additionally, any companies mentioned in the content do not assume responsibility to ensure that all posts and/or questions are answered.




Follow Us


Updated: 09-27-2016


Weekly newsletter
Get the latest news, advice, articles and tips delivered to your inbox. It's FREE.


ADVERTISEMENT