Amex Offer: Rent the Runway $20 off $100 or more!

There is a new Rent the Runway Amex Offer out for $20 off $100 or more! Rent the Runway is a service that allows you to rent designer clothing for special events (weddings, graduations, proms, etc.) without having to invest in purchasing a dress you will only wear once. I have used the service multiple times so was excited to see this Rent the Runway Amex Offer!

If you are a first time user of Rent the Runway feel free to use my referral code to get $30 off your first order (I get $30 off my next order as well).

How Rent the Runway Works
Basic guide to how Rent the Runway works

Rent the Runway Amex Offer Details

This offer is pretty straightforward and gives you $20 back off an order of $100 or more. Quite a few of the Rent the Runway dresses and offerings are under $100 but if you add things like accessories, or get a more upscale rental you can definitely break the $100 mark.

There are some exclusions as it is valid online only and does not include the following:

  • Booking appointments
  • Private event packages
  • Pay as you Rent
  • StylePass
  • Unlimited
  • PRO subscriptions

That being said…YMMV. Often with Amex Offers if the amount is right what was charged really doesn’t matter, and isn’t tracked by American Express.

Rent the Runway Amex Offer
Rent the Runway Amex Offer

Rent the Runway Amex Offer: Bottom Line

If you are interested in trying Rent the Runway this is your chance. I am not a frequent user but it has really come in handy before. For instance, my wedding I was able to rent really high quality costume jewelry along with a rehearsal dinner dress. It also has come in handy for a black tie wedding where I certainly did not want to invest in a floor length gown.

If you, or a girlfriend, wife, etc. often make large cash outlays on that dress worn to a wedding once Rent the Runway is definitely a money saver and worth taking advantage of this Amex Offer.

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