Banks are extending popular benefits to new markets: Amex's kiwi foray triples points for grocery purchases and doubles them for gas.
American Express has launched a new travel rewards credit card, tapping into New Zealanders’ affinity for travelling, with a complimentary return domestic flight each year of membership and accelerated points earning for everyday spending.
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