[YMMV] Amazon Business: $100 off $300 On First Order (Promo Code EOY100)

The Offer

Offer link | Signup For Amazon Business Account (contains our affiliate link)

  • Amazon has a special offer for new Amazon Business accounts: Get $100 off your first purchase of $300+. Use promo code: EOY100.

Here’s how to redeem this offer:

  • Login with your Amazon Business account
  • Add $300+ of item(s) shipped by Amazon to your basket
  • At checkout enter the promo code EOY100 and a discount of $100 will be applied on eligible items.
  • Note: You have to wait 48 hours from signing up for an Amazon Business account before this coupon code will be valid. And you must use this offer within 7 days of registration.


The Fine Print

  • This offer is limited to a discount of $100 USD. One redemption per business account. Promo code is valid for 7 days since the date of registration or the end of the promotion. Customers would need to wait up to 48 hours after registration in order to redeem the coupon.
  • The maximum benefit you may receive from this offer is $100 on your first purchase of $300 USD.
  • The maximum benefit you may receive from this offer is $100 USD.
  • This is a limited time offer.
  • Offer valid for selected Amazon Business customers for 7 days since receiving your promotion code.
  • Promotional code only applies to customers who receive this promotional offer from Amazon Business and registered from 12/12/2022 until 12/23/2022 and will be available for their first purchase.
  • The client would need to wait 48 hours after registration in order to redeem the coupon.
  • Offer can be redeemed by applying the promotional code EOY100.
  • This is an invitation-only offer.
  • One redemption per Customer only.
  • Offer only applies to all physical products fulfilled by Amazon.
  • Taxes, shipping and handling, and gift wrap charges do not apply when determining minimum purchase amount.
  • Offer good while supplies last.
  • Digital content and services may only be available to customers located in the U.S. and are subject to the terms and conditions of Amazon.com Services LLC .
  • Items must be purchased in a single order and shipped at the same speed to a single address.
  • Offer limited to one per customer and account. Promotional code expires at 11:59 p.m. (PT) 1/02/2023
  • The promotional code expires 7 days after registration. (The last registration can be made on the 12/23/2022 and could be redeemed until the 1/02/2023)
  • The offer does not apply on products from the BOSE brand.

Our Verdict

Nice discount if you can get it to work. There was a similar offer that recently expired here. These offers are not for signing up, rather for making your first Amazon Business account purchase after 48 hours of signing up and within 7 days of signing up. Some people are having success chatting for the discount if it doesn’t work automatically. There was a similar deal a couple of months ago for $150, you can  read the comments there for more discussion.

Note, if you add Amazon Business on a Prime account, you lose Prime on that account and get a prorated refund. So you’ll want to do this on a separate Amazon login than your standard.

Hat tip to reader usccstrategy

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mrmastadon (@guest_1509668)
December 14, 2022 13:11

I attempted, but could not get this to stack with the gift card deals Amazon has going on today. Did anyone else try the same stack, with success?

Lucky (@guest_1510057)
December 14, 2022 20:47

Offer only applies to all physical products fulfilled by Amazon.

007 (@guest_1514783)
December 19, 2022 23:37

Any luck with physical 3rd party gift cards?

AllenW (@guest_1509498)
December 14, 2022 08:42

What if we didn’t receive the email are folks able to get it to work without chatting?

Ren (@guest_1509558)
December 14, 2022 10:56

Be the data point you want to be

AllenW (@guest_1509564)
December 14, 2022 11:03

I normally am, I’m just asking before I burn the opportunity away for using my EIN or Sole Prop Ren

Spiel (@guest_1515100)
December 20, 2022 11:47

any updates on this? 🙂

AllenW (@guest_1515126)
December 20, 2022 12:26

I didnt see a DP getting it automatically without chatting. Im still on the fence on doing it and a lower priority since i dont have anything i need to buy @ 300.

Raymond (@guest_1509373)
December 13, 2022 23:53

I’m planning to setup an LLC just to make use of this business offers. If I make no revenue would I still need to file taxes?

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Kevin R (@guest_1509392)
December 14, 2022 00:33

Use a sole proprietorship, just research you may have to register with the state. If you have no revenue and no deductions TurboTax doesn’t add to you personal return if you have interest via bank bonuses than yes you will have to file.

007 (@guest_1509351)
December 13, 2022 23:01

I received this email. I did the past $150 off $300 offer x 4. At this point, I’m not sure what to buy

VermillionNova (@guest_1509485)
December 14, 2022 08:14

Do you own 4 different businesses or did you just fraudulently sign up for 3 additional accounts?

007 (@guest_1509550)
December 14, 2022 10:36

All businesses are sole proprietorship with my name as name of business so I’m not sure where the element of fraud would have been

EDITED TO ADD: FWIW, I did receive the targeted email for that particular offer even though it was available via Google ad incognito. Further, their cutting off the promo code early for those who had already signed up under specific terms and requiring chat to fulfill offer terms seems more fraudulent to me

VermillionNova (@guest_1509566)
December 14, 2022 11:07

I didn’t mean to come off as accusatory or like I’m shaming you, I was just curious. I personally don’t care how much Amazon VC money you take. Just wondering if you have multiple accounts specifically because you wanted to get the offer several times or if you have a legitimate reason for having 4.

I’d love to do this myself but I’m honestly kind of scared of exploiting things like that. I’m no legal expert but I wouldn’t be surprised if things like this could be considered fraud. I did signup for this deal using my legit business.

007 (@guest_1509694)
December 14, 2022 13:42

Fair enough. I guess it is likely against offer terms to redeem more than once although I don’t think there are terms stating you can’t have more than one Amazon account for a single businesses. Technically, since latter 2 promos required multiple chats to get discount credited appropriately (they refunded after items delivered), we’ve only done the $150 off $300 promo once per person (P1 and P2).

Jason (@guest_1511913)
December 16, 2022 09:44

It really wasn’t necessary to acknowledge that you’re not a legal expert, nobody was confused on that point. Fraud requires deception.

VermillionNova (@guest_1512013)
December 16, 2022 11:33

Thanks Jason! Not sure what expertise you have, besides inviting people to “suck a shit directly out of your asshole” during ibond discussions, but I’m glad you took the time out of your busy day to clarify this.

Jason (@guest_1512017)
December 16, 2022 11:38

Happy to help, I’m actually using up my vacation time so no worries! I don’t recall that comment specifically but thanks for taking the time out of your day for the odd investigatory work.

Fred (@guest_1512048)
December 16, 2022 12:04

Go catch a bus, Jason.

Jason (@guest_1512080)
December 16, 2022 12:23

So hostile. I hope things get better for you Fred, try to look forward to the weekend maybe.

Ren (@guest_1509560)
December 14, 2022 10:58

I always throw on some third party gift cards. Sometimes it works. They don’t have all third-party gift cards, like shell or mcdonald’s, but they do have Wendy’s and Panera,

007 (@guest_1509697)
December 14, 2022 13:45

Fair enough. I’m just hesitant as the promo code may end up not auto applying like my last 2 $150 off $300 promos and then if it is credited manually they probably won’t allow third party gift cards. Also, I feel like I’d have to change my targeted personal account to a business one directly (rather than creating a new business account) to have best odds of promo auto applying and then I probably won’t get targeted for future (?better) “create a business account” promos