There are two Amazon business credit cards. The first is the Amazon Business Card from American Express, which gives 3% cash back on Amazon and Whole Foods purchases. The other is the Amazon Prime Business card, which is reserved for Prime members and gives 5% back on Amazon and Whole Foods purchases. Both versions of the card also give 2% cash back at U.S. gas stations, at U.S. restaurants, and on wireless phone service purchased directly from U.S. providers. And there’s 1% back on everything else.
There’s also an ongoing promotion for the Amazon Business credit cards: New cardholders get a $100+ Amazon.com gift card after approval ($125 for Business Prime).
Amazon business credit cards are designed specifically for small business owners. They are true credit cards, not charge cards, which means it’s possible to carry a balance between months. Cardholders can also choose to forgo earning rewards in favor of a 0% interest payment plan for 60 days (non-Prime) or 90 days (Prime) on all Amazon purchases.
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