Amazon Store Card $10-$20 Sign Up Bonus

Posted by Madison on July 18, 2014

We have covered the Amazon Visa credit card $30 Sign Up Bonus before.

I just noticed an alternative, the Amazon Store card with its own sign up bonus.

The bonus is our Free Money Friday offer this week.

How to Get Your $10 Sign Up Bonus

  1. Open a new Amazon Store card.
  2. A $10 Amazon.com Gift Card will instantly be loaded into your Amazon.com Account upon the approval of your credit card application.

How to Get Your $20 Sign Up Bonus

Once you click apply now and log in to your Amazon account, you can revisit the Amazon Store card page and it will show an updated offer. My husband’s account went from a $10 sign up bonus to a $20 sign up bonus. However, my account didn’t change the offer. Maybe there are other offers besides just $10 and $20? Let us know if you see something else!

Terms and Conditions

  • No annual fee.
  • The Amazon.com Store Card can be used for any purchase at Amazon.com with the exception of Amazon Prime memberships, digital newspaper and magazine subscriptions, and games and software downloads.

More on Amazon.com Store Card

0% Financing. The card comes with 0% financing on various purchases depending on the purchase price.

Amazon Rewards Visa. If you prefer the Amazon.com credit card, you can get a $30-$60 sign up bonus and cash back on your Amazon purchases using the Amazon Rewards Visa. The base offer is $30, but once again the offer increased when I logged in to our Amazon account.

Sign Up for Amazon Store Card


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Comments to Amazon Store Card $10-$20 Sign Up Bonus

  1. This is typical of Amazon. Prices change constantly depending on who knows what factors.
    Some people are offered deals which are not offered to other people. This must work for them since they are rapidly crushing many of their competitors, but I find it frustrating and annoying.

    Donald

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