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The contactless, eye-catching American Express Gold Card earns 4X points per dollar at U.S. supermarkets (up to $25,000 per calendar year in purchases, then 1X) and restaurants, while providing a solid selection of benefits and protections for shopping and travel. It’ll cost you quite a bit per year, but you’ll also get access to an annual $120 dining credit and a few others to help soften the blow.
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The new Gold card is a metal card, unlike the old version. It’s available in a typical gold style as well as a stylish rose gold.
It has contactless technology, so you can pay with the card by tapping on terminals that support this option. This is rare for metal cards.
Cardholders get a $120 Dining Credit each year, broken up into $10 per month. This credit is only good for purchases from Grubhub, Seamless, Boxed, The Cheesecake Factory, Ruth’s Chris Steak House, and participating Shake Shacks.
There are a variety of other perks too, and you’ll get access to over 22 airline and hotel transfer partners. Quite a few shopping and travel protections are included as well.
The Gold Card costs $250 per year, and has no foreign transaction fees (Rates & Fees).