Amazon Prime Cardholders Can Get up to 20% Back on Select Items

Jul 18, 2019

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Did you miss out on Prime Day deals? If so — all hope isn’t lost. Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Card and Amazon Prime Store Card members can take advantage of new deals for a variety of items, some of which we’ve highlighted below. You’ll receive up to 20% back as a statement credit when purchasing these items from Amazon with either of the previous mentioned cards.

If you’re unfamiliar with Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card, it offers the following bonuses on spend:

  • 5% back at Amazon.com and Whole Foods Market
  • 2% back at restaurants, gas stations and drugstores
  • 1% back on all other purchases

You can access the full list of deals here, but items include Bose Headphones and Samsung soundbars:

Note that bonus rewards offers are limited-time offers exclusively for Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Card and Amazon Prime Store cardmembers with a Prime membership. Amazon says the extra rewards will post to your credit card account within a week of the transaction posting, and will appear on your monthly credit card billing statement and be available for use within 1-2 billing cycles.

Also, the discounts are not on stackable with the 5% back from the Amazon credit card, you’ll just earn 15-20% back total. Deals end as early as July 20 to as late as December 31, so you’ll definitely want to check soon to see which items are worth snagging.

1. Get 15% back on Bose products

2. Get 15% back on sunglasses

3. Get 15% back on Thule Urban Glide Jogging Stroller

4. Get 20% back on Jabra earbuds

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