Posted by William Charles on November 16, 2019

Published on November 16th, 2019 | by William Charles


Amazon Wedding Registry Completion Discount – Up To 20% Off On Up To $1,500

The Offer

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  • Amazon is offering a discount of up to 20% when you create a wedding registry. The discount you receive is as follows:
    • Prime members 20% discount:
      • $1,000 maximum spend for Registrants that have received $500 – $999.99 in purchases from their Amazon Wedding Registry.
      • $1,500 maximum spend for Registrants that have received $1,000+ from their Amazon Wedding Registry
    • Non prime members 10% discount, $1,000 maximum spend for Registrants that have received $500+ from their Amazon Wedding Registry

The Fine Print

  • For qualifying Amazon Wedding registrants, offer will be sent by email (or other means) after your event (wedding) date using contact information associated with your account.
  • Offer expires at 11:59 p.m. (PT) 90 days after your event date.
  • Offer only applies to Amazon Wedding Registries created on or after 1/1/2014.
  • The maximum benefit non-Prime members with an Amazon Wedding Registry of $500 or more may receive is $100 USD.
  • The maximum benefit Prime members with an Amazon Wedding Registry of $500 – $999.99 may receive is $200 USD.
  • The maximum benefit Prime members with an Amazon Wedding Registry of $1,000 or more may receive is $300 USD.
  • If you created your registry less than 30 days before your event (wedding) date or no purchases were made off your registry, you will not be eligible for the promotion.
  • Offer limited to one per customer and account.
  • Items must be purchased in a single order and shipped at the same speed to a single address.
  • The Prime 20% discount offer will be limited to Prime customers who are members of Campus, Fresh, Prime Members with Shipping Benefits, and Prime members with Mom benefits. This excludes trial, Student and Invitee members.
  • Offer applies only to select items sold by and does not apply to the same items sold by other sellers.
  • Offer may only be redeemed through the Amazon account of the primary registrant of the Amazon Wedding Registry.
  • You may not qualify for another Wedding Gift offer for 2 years following the use of the offer.
  • If any of the products or content related to this offer are returned, your refund will equal the amount you paid for the products or content, subject to applicable refund policies.
  • Does not apply to orders placed with 1-Click.
  • Void where prohibited.
  • Shipping and handling charges and taxes may apply to discounted and free promotional items.
  • Offer does not apply to digital content.
  • Offer may not be combined with other offers.
  • Offer is for personal use only and not for the purpose of reselling products.
  • Offer may not be applied toward the purchase of Gift Cards, sales tax, gift wrap, or additional shipping costs.
  • Offer good while supplies last.
  • Amazon reserves the right to modify or cancel the offer at any time.
  • Offer is non-transferable and may not be resold.
  • Offer discount will be allocated proportionally among all promotional items in your order.
  • If you violate any of these terms, the offer will be invalidated.
  • Valid only in USA.

Our Verdict

Deal actually requires people to buy stuff from your registry now, previously the maximum discount was bigger and no purchase was required. Still a good deal if you have a wedding coming up I guess. As always for more ways to save money on Amazon purchases, click here. There is also a baby registry bonus as well.

Hat tip to reader Justin


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How many times can we get married?

Bob Sters
Bob Sters

Once every 2 years it says


Just a data point: I completed this in April 2018 and never received the coupon. Have tried to contact customer service regarding the issue but haven’t gotten anywhere with it. Might try again at some point, but dealing with amazon customer service can be painful.


Wow. Amazon is all about customer service. If that goes, everything goes. I have found their delivery has be become shitty. They never deliver and mark it as delivered or package that needs signature release is delivered without signature or they ship stuff they got in return back directly without inspecting it. They have been great about reimbursing immediately but I sense more pushback lately.

Amazon has chased profits too fast that they have diluted their brand.


Not anymore. They sent me an expired xbox live code for the buy 3 months get 3 months for $15 last year. They never solved the issue, pointed fingers at MS who said the seller should resolve the problem.


I did this when I got married 3 years ago, put in a big order afterwards and then accidentally had a need for another big purchase. Contacted CS and they still gave me 20% off the 2nd order too!

OTOH, this year I bought a TV stand in the title and description that said, multiple times, it was rated for 150 lbs. When I get it all the dimensions, labels, etc. are correct, except it’s clearly marked as holding 75 lbs max. I contact them, say I don’t mind and I’ll keep the item, but they need to fix their description. They fix the description and drop the price $20, ostensibly to reflect the true value of it. I contact them to see if they’d refund me $20 since the description was wrong, I fixed it, and it was clear from the price history that’s why they dropped it. Chat, email, even Twitter all said screw off and I could return it and reorder it if I wanted to get the lower price. The hell?


Got burned by this also but I only place partial blame on Amazon. Completed registry but we were moving in a few months and ended up returning almost everything for store credit so we didn’t have to haul stuff to the new house….figured we could just re-buy later. Amazon customer service rep said to contact them so they could re-issue the coupon code when we actually intended to use it….but when that time came, they declined and said system would only accept code for a certain number of months after registry completion and no exceptions were possible. Had chat log and everything but Amazon wouldn’t budge. But my fault for taking the word of a customer service rep over published policy.

Brian C
Brian C

Does anyone know if you can buy items off your own registry and have it count towards the total?


Have a friend buy it for you 🙂


“Does renewing our vows” count as getting married?

jester christophe
jester christophe

Has anyone gotten divorce to get 20% discount?


I’ve heard it’s more like half off everything.


I completed all steps correctly. But only got the 10% off coupon, not 20%.
The problem: I share a Prime account with my sister. I pay for membership with my Chase Amazon card, but she’s the Primary in our ‘household’ account.
CSR said it is only available to primary account. Seems really dumb to me, but oh well.


i have a registry already, am i still eligible for this promotion?


i already have a registry set up and running, am i still eligible for this promotion?

Chao Xu

Does this work on third party gift cards?

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