Posted by Chuck on December 7, 2017
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Published on December 7th, 2017 | by Chuck

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[YMMV] Amazon: Get $10 Credit when Changing your 1-Click Payment Method to Wells Fargo Card

The Offer

Direct Link to offer (contains our affiliate link)

  • Get $10 off at Amazon when you change your 1-click payment settings to a Wells Fargo credit or debit card

To earn the $10 credit, complete the following actions:

  • Click on the ad promoting this offer
  • On the 1-Click landing page, sign in to your Amazon.com account
  • Change your 1-Click default payment method to an eligible existing Wells Fargo Consumer Credit or Debit Card or add a new Wells Fargo Consumer Credit or Debit Card
  • When prompted, confirm your billing address or add a new billing address
  • The $10 credit will be applied to your Amazon.com account and linked to an eligible Wells Fargo Consumer Credit or Debit Card
  • To redeem the $10 credit, make a subsequent eligible purchase(s) with an eligible Wells Fargo Consumer Credit or Debit Card

The Fine Print

  • Valid until 11:59 pm PT on 12/31/17. This promotional offer is available only to customers who were served an advertisement for the 1-Click default payment and purchase of eligible items made with an eligible Wells Fargo Consumer Credit or Debit Card.
  • $10 credit will be valid until 1/31/18. The credit may be redeemed on physical products sold and shipped by Amazon.com (look for “sold by Amazon.com” on the product detail page), and excludes Gift Cards, Kindle eBooks, instant videos, MP3s, and all other digital content and downloads. Products sold by third-party sellers or other Amazon entities do not qualify for this offer, even if “fulfilled by Amazon.com” or “Prime Eligible”. Offer does not apply to certain content and products including but not limited to Kindle books, Fire products, and Alexa devices. You are responsible for the final purchase price after the credit is applied, plus applicable taxes and shipping charges. If any of the products purchased with the credit are returned, your refund will equal the amount you paid for the product, subject to applicable refund policies. Credit redeemed on a Kindle or Fire device will be applied to the Amazon.com account registered to that device.
  • Wells Fargo Business, Commercial and Retail cards are not eligible for this offer.
  • Offer limited to one per Amazon customer and account.

Our Verdict

System will tell you if you are eligible. In the past, some people had success with similar promotions by opening the Amazon app and seeing if it pops up there. Let us know if it’s showing you as eligible.



19 Responses to [YMMV] Amazon: Get $10 Credit when Changing your 1-Click Payment Method to Wells Fargo Card

  1. Polp says:

    Sorry, your request for this promotion is not eligible.

  2. irshad says:

    Sorry, your request for this promotion is not eligible.

  3. TomT says:

    Didn’t work for me either

  4. Nate says:

    Not eligible, I haven’t ever been eligible for these promos and I have no clue why.

    • Terri Clark says:

      I was able to get a Citi one the other day that originally said not eligible by switching browsers. Same $10.00 offer.

  5. Joe says:

    Didn’t work for me either. Thanks, though!

  6. JT says:

    Another offer that’s… NOT YOURS!

    Thanks as always Doc.

  7. Captainsave says:

    Works for me but i just realized i have all these cc but none are wells fargo

  8. Superchurn says:

    won’t work for me either 🙁

  9. SA says:

    Sorry, your request for this promotion is not eligible.

  10. PD says:

    Odd. With the Citi ones (and was there a Chase one, once, too?), I’m almost always able to get them on my and my husband’s accounts. Sometimes it takes a lot of clicking and reloading in different apps and browsers, but it usually eventually shows up.

    Couldn’t get this no matter what I did.

  11. The Value Traveler says:

    Im banned from WF, so no go for me hehe

  12. Kevin says:

    tried on 3 different accounts…not worked on all 3!!
    I suspect it is completely dead as of now!

    • Information Booth says:

      I have a way to possibly make you eligible when you weren’t before… I do this all the time. I go into each account, if you don’t have more than one, you might want to consider creating a few more. The name on the account is irrelevant to Amazon. As long as the billing address matches the cardholders address your fine. You can then add another shipping address so your order goes where you want it to. Next, you add the card, in this case a Wells Fargo card, to your payment options. Think about it, if they don’t know you have access to a WFc why would they target you? Now that you’ve added the card, you then go to your 1 click settings. Make sure you’ve turned it on, and then pick any other payment source. If you don’t have access to any other payment source, you can add just about anything because your not going to actually use it for payment anyway… just remember to go back and delete it afterward, so that you or another user on the account doesn’t look at it and think “Hey, I forgot about this one” and try to use it.” After that, log out of the account and log back in or try opening it in the app. This has worked for me almost every time I’ve done it… well, gotta go, I’ve got some settings to tend to… if this helps anybody even able to afford one extra gift for a loved one.. it was worth every moment of the time I took to write it… in the end that’s what this blog is all about anyway, right Doc.? Merry Christmas and Love in Christ.

  13. Joseph says:

    When I first followed the link, Amazon told me that I was not eligible for the offer. But about an hour later, when I returned to Amazon.com to shop, there was the ad…the ad to earn $10 for switching my 1-click setting to a Wells Fargo card. I accepted it and supposedly earned the credit. I don’t see any way of verifying this as it’s not listed in my Amazon account anywhere. But the trick to earning this offer must lie within internet tracking cookies. So if you want this offer, try clicking on Charles’ direct link…and if you’re not eligible, return to Amazon.com later and see what happens.

  14. Joseph says:

    The first time I followed Charles’ direct link, the web page told me that I wasn’t eligible for the offer. But after finding the ad on Amazon.com later…and changing my settings…I clicked on Charles’ direct link a second time and voila…I saw this

    “Thanks for choosing Wells Fargo

    This credit has already been applied to your Amazon account. Redeem it on qualifying purchases by December 31, 2017”

    Thank you Charles.

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