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Sam
Sam

I’ve been a Prime member for years. I decided to apply and learned that I’m not eligible for Prime card…

“This card is exclusively for eligible Prime members. Right now, you can apply for the Amazon Rewards Visa Signature Card”

Ben
Ben

I think since removal of its annual fee, the Affinity CU Signature Cash Rewards card now dominates the Amazon Prime card. Larger signup bonus, 5% at Amazon whether you have Prime or not and other bookstores as well, 2% at restaurants, grocery, and gas stations, Hi-5 rotating bonus categories.

I guess this Amazon card makes it a lot easier to get the signup bonus. Is there anything else this card would be good at? I guess the Affinity doesn’t have 2% at pharmacies.

Anyone trying to earn cashback on Amazon purchases should look at DoC’s analysis of the Affinity CU card: https://www.doctorofcredit.com/ia-only-affinity-federal-credit-union-credit-card-200-bonus-5-on-bookstores-including-amazon/

A M
A M
A M
A M

Showing $100 now, usually $70 for me with prime

A M
A M

Shows $70 for me, and has been that way for a while as a prime member

Chickee
Chickee

The bonuses vary greatly from account to account. I have access to 2 amazon prime accounts and as of Feb 5, 2020:

Account #1 (2 month old prime account) has $70 gift card bonus.
Account #2 (3 year old prime account) has $0 gift card bonus.

I’m curious to know what is Amazon’s/Chase’s basis for these.

Alex
Alex

Still only seeing $70…using Prime Student 6-month

Arthur
Arthur

says 125 on mine

Henry
Henry

Do you have a link? I’m prime member but only show 70~ tks

SMan
SMan

I am not a Prime member. my offer says
“Get a $100 Amazon Gift Card instantly upon approval*”

Chang
Chang

Found the $150 offer during checkout on desktop for those looking for it.

CONVERSEasian
CONVERSEasian

Do you have a link?