Amazon cardholders get 25% back on select products beginning today

Oct 12, 2020

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Amazon’s annual discount extravaganza, Prime Day, kicks off this Tuesday, Oct. 13, but eligible cardholders can take advantage of extra savings beginning Monday, with a 25% rebate on more than 1,200 products.

The rebate is available to customers with the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card*, along with the Amazon Prime Store Card, offering 20% back in addition to the usual 5% available on Amazon purchases.

Screenshot courtesy of Amazon.

Amazon-branded products come along with the highest rebates, with an additional 20% back on Ring doorbells and cameras, Amazon smart plugs, kitchen supplies and more, though customers can also score a 20% rebate on third-party products, including tablets, prepaid smartphones, memory cards and other accessories. Most other third-party products are eligible for a total of 10% back, including the usual 5% rebate and a 5% bonus.

Related: 3 reasons why the Amazon Card is on my 2020 wish list

The online shopping giant has rounded up all of the eligible products on this dedicated page. If there’s something on your list, don’t wait to order — this current round of big Amazon rebates only runs through Oct. 18.

For more on making the most of your online shopping spend, be sure to check our detailed guide to the best credit cards for Amazon purchases right here.

*The information on the Amazon Prime Visa Card has been collected independently by The Points Guy. The card details on this page have not been reviewed or provided by the issuer.

Featured photo by Eric Helgas/The Points Guy.

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