Posted by Chuck on July 17, 2019
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Published on July 17th, 2019 | by Chuck

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Check if your Amazon No-Rush-Shipping Credits are Expiring on July 18th

Update 6/28/19: Check to see if you have any expiring July 18th, 2019.

Update: Check to see if you have any expiring April 1st.

Just a quick heads-up: many of us have Amazon no rush credits which expire on March 1st. Rewards expire at midnight PT on the date specified. The group expiring now is the $1 digital credit offer – check the link below and it’ll show your full list of credits and their expiration. The next group of credits after this March 1st batch is slated to expire on June 17th.

Check your No Rush Credit balance at this link (affiliate link here and below)

Digital credits can be used for toward eligible Prime Video rentals or purchasesKindle eBooks, Music downloads, or Amazon appstore apps. Used to be possible to use them on digital gift cards, but that ended a while back.
I found $3 in credits I didn’t know I had. Use it or lose it.

RelatedComplete List of Amazon No-Rush-Shipping Offers

Last time around, some people had success with Amazon chat allowing these digital credits to be changed into sitewide credits.



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Nick
Nick

Looks like a Prime Now credit expires March 14. I have a few of those to use. My digital credits don’t expire until June.

Cpaynter
Cpaynter

I’ve got one of those prime now credits too, and I haven’t the slightest idea how to get any value out of it. Ideas?

Charlie
Charlie

I frequently order food from Whole Foods. I usually try to get free delivery ($35 order, 2 hr window), but that is typically available only for the next day. I used the credits to offset the $5 fee for 1 hr delivery when I needed it.

Joe
Joe

Do you have to tip on the delivery? Or is that something that’s not really done? I’ve got $20 in credit expiring March 14.

Charlie
Charlie

Don’t have to, think it defaults to larger of $5 or 10%, I always go with the default.

Zalmy

Same here, how do I get value for these?

Lantean
Lantean

Can these credit be used on subscriptions like CBS and HBO?

DaveC
DaveC

Just tried, no success 🙁 The chat rep said he couldn’t do anything; no GC, credit, couldn’t even extend the life of the credit. Other than movies, these work for video games? Anything else?

Charlie
Charlie

Kindle book purchases, movie rentals. Multiple stack on 1 purchase.

Ramon
Ramon

Thank you! Had $7 expiring soon and bought a couple kindle books.

Anonn
Anonn

Got a couple of $5 prime now shipping credits expiring 3/31.

Chat rep changed it into account credit.

Sevillada
Sevillada

Thanks, mine do expire soon, time to buy books

Brian C
Brian C

Don’t forget you can rent a movie before 3/1 with your digital credit and have 30 days to begin watching

Jin
Jin

mine expires March 31

JoeHx

I couldn’t think of anything to buy, but then I remembered I know a few people who have Kindle ebooks, so I just went and bought one of those ebooks. I wonder if you’d get in trouble if you bought your own ebook?

ChannelZ28
ChannelZ28

I have $10 in credit expiring March 31st, but I’m not a prime member anymore. Can I still use them somehow?

USam
USam

Yes, you can use them regularly. You just won’t get new credits.

Rolando
Rolando

Thanks for the warning. Now I have a lovely, almost free eBook to enjoy. Cheers!

Zamana
Zamana

They converted $20/$55 into courtesy credit. Refused to do any more despite 3 more calls.

Dennis
Dennis

Anyone been able to get Prime Pantry credits converted to Amazon credit, or only work with getting digital credits converted over?

Debit
Debit

Mine are expiring today. I asked them to do something about it. They said can’t do anything. Amazon had become very strict and basically useless.

Eric
Eric

Chatted with a representative who put me on a call with a customer service agent. My $15 Prime Now credits that expire today were converted to Amazon credits that don’t expire. Quick and easy.

GradCashGrab

You’re one of the lucky ones. Mine were expiring on the 31st, and on the 29th I tried asking them to do something about my $10s0 of Prime Now credits; No go. One supervisor was even rude and swore at me in chat, which I reported. Pretty much, they said they can make discretionary one-time actions to convert, and were choosing not to (besides going in a circle about how I was ineligible, that they wouldn’t, that then they could but wouldn’t). They like to cite T&Cs, but when I bring them up as to where, they say they aren’t in there and that there is no recourse.
Amazon is completely going down the path of Ebay and Paypal and AirB&B. Once these companies get the size of customer base they want, then they say FU to their original/oldest members.
Just makes me look forward to more opportunities to abuse them.

Ron
Ron

same experience. Prime now credits cannot be converted to Amazon credits.
Rudely turned down

Igor
Igor

“Just makes me look forward to more opportunities to abuse them.”
–aptly nicknamed “GradCashGrab”

smh

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