The best Amazon credit card promotions are the $70 sign-up bonus and 5% back on Amazon.com and Whole Foods purchases that Prime members get from the Amazon Visa credit card from Chase. If you’re not a Prime member, you only get a $50 bonus and 3% back.
There’s also the Amazon store card, which gives you a $30 gift card upon approval. And you get 5% off your purchases with Prime membership. It can only be used at retailers that accept Amazon Pay.
Plus, Prime members with either Amazon-branded credit card can unlock special deals on Amazon.com.
Here are the Amazon credit card promotions:
$50 gift card after approval ($70 for Prime members): Amazon.com Credit Card by Chase. You also get 3 points per $1 at Amazon.com and Whole Foods (5 for Prime members), and 1 point per $1 everywhere else.
$30 gift card after approval (regardless of Prime or not): Amazon.com Store Card. You also get 5% back on all Amazon purchases if you have a Prime membership.
Amazon credit card deals: Either Amazon card entitles Prime members to exclusive offers on Amazon.com. For example, you could get 10% back on musical instruments or LG TVs.
5% cash back on up to $1,500 spent on Amazon in 3 months: Chase Freedom. Has been a promotion in the past and may be again, but not currently available.
Shop with points/cash back: Amazon is partnered with several credit card issuers to let you pay for your purchases with rewards. Chase Ultimate Rewards, Citi ThankYou points and Discover cash back are eligible.
The two Amazon credit cards have some other perks, too. The Chase card offers travel insurance, an extended warranty plan and purchase protection, with no annual fee. You’ll need good credit to get the card.
The Amazon Store Card offers 0% deferred interest for 6-24 months on certain purchases. Deferred interest means if you don’t pay in full by the end of the 0% period, it’ll be like interest was adding up all along. There’s no annual fee and the card requires good credit.
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