Change Your Address With USPS & Get A 10% Off Amazon Coupon ($20 Maximum Discount)

Update 10/2/2020: Offer extended until 11/30/20. Hat tip to reader HTN

The Offer

Direct link to offer | Offer terms on Amazon.com (affiliate link)

  • Change your address with USPS and you should receive a coupon for 10% off on Amazon

 

The Fine Print

  • Valid until 12/31/19
  • Offer limited to one per customer and account every 360 days

Our Verdict

Previously we’ve seen 15% off up to $1,000 in purchases ($150 maximum discount). That was much better deal, still this is a $20 savings and worth doing if you need to change your address anyway. This can also be stacked with other deals including the MR/UR/Discover discounts. Deal doesn’t work on gift cards any longer

Hat tip to US Credit Cards 101

 

  • Update 8/6/20: Offer extended. New expiration is showing now as 9/30/20. Hat tip to reader HTN
  • Update 3/26/20: Changing address is also showing $5 off $50 at Kroger. Hat tip to US Credit Cards 101
  • Update 1/4/20: Deal has been extended

 

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Lydia
Lydia

USPS will charge $1.05 to do this though see T&C https://www.usps.com/terms-conditions/general.htm#mgo

For your security, we need to verify your identity using a valid credit or debit card. You will be charged $1.05 for this service.

Superman
Superman
Darwin
Darwin

N00b: How’s one supposed to make use of this offer? By actually changing from current address X to random address Y? And changing it back? What about the letters that get redirected to Y, that I don’t actually own? Can those be recovered?

Superman
Superman

“Don’t move out. Always move in to your current address.” test Linda NP

Lucas A
Lucas A

Just submitted the form, but the amazon page says “This offer is invalid.” I haven’t used any similar offer on my account before. Strange.

P
P

I’ve had the same PO Box in the last 25 years. Even when I move my P.O. Box doesn’t change. Does that mean you actually have to change your mailing address to be eligible?

Tyler
Tyler

Just changed my address today, and the Amazon coupon expires 10/31/20 for me. The $5 off $50 at Fred Meyer coupon expires 11/29/20.

Mr G
Mr G

This worked out great as I’m moving at the end of the month and needed a small dinette set for my new place. The one I wanted is $20 cheaper today so with the coupon I saved a total of $40.

j
j

Something important that should be noted is that once the move promo is applied to your account, you are forced to use it on the next order. There doesn’t seem to be a way to selectively use it. So don’t add this to your account until you’re ready to use it on the next order.

chaichai
chaichai

Good to know..So plan to spend $200 to max out the off? Will it work on gift card?

Craig
Craig

I don’t think this is the case. There’s a check box to “use promotional credit.” I’ve placed several orders and had the 10% apply each time, too.

Thylane Blondeau
Thylane Blondeau

If anyone has an extra one could you please e-mail to happyrefs {at} gmail?

FM
FM

Pro tip: If your account isn’t eligible (since can only do this once per year), you can always forward the email to somebody else to apply the offer to their amazon account. I was able to send to my wife who has a separate amazon login under my Prime subscription (amazon household account sharing). Even though my account wasn’t eligible, it still applied the promo to her account for subsequent orders.

The email I’m referring to is the one you get from Amazon after selecting the offer from MyMove. Subject line will be “Your 10% off Amazon moving discount is here!” or “Don’t forget: You have a 10% off Amazon moving discount.” Within the email there is a orange button to “redeem now” — that’s the link you can forward to somebody else to apply to their account (they must be logged in). They should see some sort of confirmation on the page after clicking through. If you’re ineligible, you won’t see any confirmation and will just be shown the generic Amazon move landing page.

You can always test to adding something to cart that’s shipped and sold by Amazon (no 3rd party sellers, even if fulfilled by amazon or prime-eligible) – my go to test item is any Echo/Alexa device since those are always Amazon-sold items. You’ll see the move promo reflected at checkout if it was successfully applied to your account

Simon
Simon

cool! just in time