Presented by Amex Canada

I’ve always been very impressed with American Express’ Front Of The Line which is part of the broader Amex Invites program. FOTL offers Cardmembers concert experiences like none other…and now Amex is expanding its partnership with Live Nation to bring Canadian Cardmembers more concerts than ever before!

As part of the Live Nation partnership American Express will provide even more tickets to its Cardmembers, along with great, quality seats through a reserved allotment of tickets once the public sale begins.

I always thought that we had pretty good access to concerts in the past with Front of the Line through our Amex Card, but this is a whole new level of access. Live Nation is responsible for many of the stadium tours across Canada, so think about that a little.

I also love that it doesn’t matter what type of Card you have because all Cardmembers can reap the benefits of Front Of The Line. Clearly, American Express is all about sharing the love by inviting all Cardmembers to experience some of the hottest events in the country.

In the last couple of years Amex has seen a 132% increase in the amount of events that Cardmembers have access to and this year they expect to even more. That’s a lot of concerts, shows and experiences that you, the American Express Cardmember, can get to faster than everyone else.

If you want more information about the new partnership and upcoming shows, go here!


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Mike Morrison

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