Posted by William Charles on January 8, 2020
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Published on January 8th, 2020 | by William Charles

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[Expired] Chase Offers/BofA: 20% Back On AmazonFresh ($13 Maximum)

Deal has expired, view more AmazonFresh deals by clicking here.

Update 1/8/2020: Deal is back and valid until 1/19/2020

The Offer

  • Earn 20% back on you AmazonFresh purchase ($13 back maximum)
  • A number of banks use the same back end for these offers. This includes: Chase, Bank of America, Regions Bank, Suntrust Bank, BBVA, BB&T, PNC, Columbia Bank, Beneficial Bank, and Christian Community CU. You can read this post for more information. Now includes Chase as well.

The Fine Print

  • Offer not valid on Amazon Prime or Amazon Prime Now purchases.
  • Offer not valid on third-party purchases.
  • Expires 10/15/2019.
  • Must add offer to card.
  • Statement credit will appear within 14 days.

Our Verdict

Previous offer was  15% back with a $8 maximum. If you haven’t used Amazon Fresh before, make sure you do the American Express deal where you get a free trial and $30 off your first order.

Hat tip to reader EW



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GLi
GLi

Got 10% on my CSR

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pp

Does it work for regular Amazon.com purchases other than “AmazonFresh”?

Jeff L.
Jeff L.

No

Jeff L.
Jeff L.

You can stack this with the Amazon coupon GROCERY10 for $10 off $35. And now there’s no delivery fee for Prime members.

Keep in mind some unusual items show up on AmazonFresh occasionally. Even though it’s meant to be for groceries, I bought a pair of Sony earbuds last week which were available on AmazonFresh, using these offers

SS
SS

I use Amazon Fresh but don’t see in any of my cards.

MattR
MattR

20% on Chase Freedom

Firefly
Firefly

Not me 😕

Zane
Zane

I noticed in a few cities you can buy electronics and Amazon gift cards on AmazonFresh!! The gift cards also count toward the $35 order minimum 🙂

Neal
Neal

FYI It didn’t trigger the offer when I purchased at Amazon Fresh last month.

mechteach
mechteach

This is way past the deadline for this, but as a data point, this didn’t credit properly with Chase for me. I went directly through the link on the Chase Offer for Amazon Fresh, and sent them an email of the order confirmation that clearly says “Amazon Fresh” on the top, but they are still saying that this is a Prime or Prime Now order instead, and not eligible for the discount. Ugh; what a bait-and-switch.

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