American Express, also referred to as AmEx, offers credit and charge cards to customers around the world. AmEx has a wide variety of card types to suit the needs of their many clients. Below is a list of all American Express card subtypes we have in our BIN database.
Debit: American Express offers a prepaid debit card option which offers the security of the AmEx brand with a low-fee, easy to use card that is accepted nearly everywhere.
Credit: AmEx offers credit cards with many features, such as airline miles and cash back, to appeal to their customers.
Charge: AmEx charge cards offer no spending limit, but the balance must be paid in full each month.
AirMiles Premier: With AmEx Air Miles Premier, customers earn reward points which can be redeemed for airline tickets and travel benefits.
Black: Also known as the Centurion card, the AmEx Black card is reserved for the wealthiest customers and offers many exclusive benefits, such as concierge service.
Blue: This card offers low interest for every day purchases.
Blue AirMiles Cash Back Card: Earn air miles and travel benefits for every purchase you make with this card.
Blue Cash: Customers can earn a percentage of cash back for each purchase made with the Blue Cash card.
Blue for Business: This card was created with small business in mind. Customers do not pay any fees when they use Blue for Business to pay for everyday business expenses.
BMI Plus: This card offers many customer rewards, low fees and low introductory rates on balance transfers. BMI Plus cardholders can enjoy Diamond Club destination miles for each dollar spent.
Bonus: AmEx offers bonus reward points, discounts, cash back and additional customer service incentives with its AmEx Bonus card.
Business: Targeted toward business customers, AmEx Business cards often have a high credit limit and specific payment terms.
Business Platinum: AmEx Business card with extra benefits for corporate members. These benefits include insurance, bonus rewards and special VIP services.
Cash rebate: Customers earn a cash rebate based on their AmEx purchases using the Cash Rebate Card.
Centurion: Also known as the Black card, this card is reserved for the wealthiest AmEx customers.
Centurion Servicio: AmEx’s exclusive credit card offering specified service for its Spanish-speaking customers.
Classic: The most commonly issued AmEx credit card. This card allows customers to choose the benefits that best suit their lifestyle.
Corp. Gold S & Ranges: AmEx Corporate Gold cards offer both membership rewards and corporate membership rewards to cardholders, along with such advantages as express cash and travel insurance.
Corp. Purchasing Card: An American Express Corporate Purchasing card will afford your business greater negotiating power when it comes to business supply purchases.
Corp. Gold D & Ranges: The Corporate Gold card provides travel insurance, Express Cash access, a 24-hour hotline and online account management.
Corp. Green D & Ranges: A great option for business employees who travel on a regular basis. An AmEx Corporate Green D range card can be used for business expenses around the world.
Corp. Green S & Ranges: This card offers travel insurance, Express Cash access, 24-hour customer assistance and membership in the Corporate Savings Plus program.
Corpo.Co.S & Ranges: This card allows customers to have access to Express Cash withdrawals, On Business points, membership rewards and business travel insurance.
Corporate Card: This card is specifically aimed at corporate clients of American Express. It offers great business benefits and low fees and interest rates, along with business-specific services.
Corporate Gold: The Corporate Gold card is a great option for busy professionals. It provides travel insurance, Express Cash access, a 24-hour hotline and online account management.
Corporate Gold Y Platinum: Corporate Platinum cardholders enjoy exclusive access to AmEx lounges while traveling as well as superior customer service. This card charges a hefty yearly fee of $300.
Corporate Green: The ideal card for traveling professionals. AmEx Corporate Green provides protection for your purchases around the world.
Corporate Revolving: An AmEx Corporate card option which allows customers to decide whether they wish to pay their card balance in full, or pay the balance off over a period of time.
Delta: One of many travel options, this card provides customers with Delta travel rewards.
Dorada: Dorada is the Spanish name for the American Express Classic Gold card.
Gift: AmEx offers prepaid gift cards which can be purchased and activated for a small fee. Customers can load additional funds to their AmEx Gift Cards.
Gold: Offered to customers without an annual fee. This card offers many of the traditional AmEx perks.
Gold & Platinum: Customers earn rewards for every dollar spent, and can take advantage of medical and travel insurance offerings.
Gold Cash Back: Customers earn a percentage of cash back for each purchase made with this card.
Green: An affordable AmEx option, the Green card is a low cost card that does not skimp on AmEx benefits.
Optima: The first credit card offered by AmEx, it was released in 1987. Today, it is an option for those wishing to build their credit score.
Peony: An American Express Selects exclusive card offer.
Platinum: An exclusive card which offers such perks as travel rewards, concierge service and superior AmEx customer service around the world.
Plus: Customers in good standing with AmEx receive a plus bonus each month that they use their AmEx card.
Premium: AmEx offers several Premium cards, such as the Gold and Platinum cards. Each card has personal and corporate accounts with extra service offerings.
Premium Plus: With these cards, customers can get extra VIP services according to your preferences.
Prepaid: AmEx prepaid cards are loaded with cash prior to use. The amount of cash available on the card dictates the credit limit available to the customer.
Revolving: This refers to an AmEx credit card which gives cardholders the option of paying their balance in full or paying their balance over a period of time.
SBS Gold Y Blue: A low fee credit card geared towards small business owners. This card offers low annual fees and no charge balance transfers.
Small Business: Small Business charge cards offer no pre-set spending limit. AmEx requires that the balance be paid in full each month.
Small Business SBS Green: The SBS Green Card offers many travel incentives, including travel reward points, travel insurance and world wide express cash access.
Small Corporate: Small Corporate cards offer travel benefits, automatic cash rebates and various types of insurance that are important to corporate professionals.
Small Corporate Card: A small corporate card offers payment options to help corporations manage their expenses easily and provides a high level of customer service, 24 hours a day.
Virgin Atlantic: The Virgin Atlantic American Express card allows customers to earn additional airline miles for each purchase made using this card.