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The Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card can be one of the best benefits of an Amazon Prime membership, as you can earn 5% back on Amazon.com and Whole Foods Market purchases. There were rumors that this card would switch bank providers, but those rumors are now put to rest.

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Chase Continues to Issue Amazon Prime Visa

In a March 31 press release, Amazon and Chase Bank confirmed a multi-year deal for the co-brand Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card.

During the negotiation phase, American Express and Synchrony Bank were also contending for this consumer card portfolio. As a sidenote, Amex currently issues the Amazon business credit cards.

Now that the dust is settled, the Chase-Amazon partnership is 20 years strong and will keep going with zero benefit reductions.

From a cardholder perspective, consumers don’t have to go through the hassle of updating their auto-pay credit card details for recurring services.

More importantly, Chase Amazon Prime Visa cardholders can also continue enjoying these benefits:

  • 10% back or more on select products (Prime exclusive, available for a limited time)
  • 5% back on all Amazon.com and Whole Foods Market purchases
  • 2% back at restaurants, gas stations, and drugstores
  • 1% back on all remaining purchases
  • No annual fee or foreign transaction fees

New applicants can also receive a $100 Amazon gift card bonus upon card application approval.

This multi-year extension also applies to the Amazon Rewards Visa Signature Card for non-Amazon members. You can earn 3% back on Amazon and Whole Foods purchases and either 1-2% back on all remaining purchases without an annual fee.

Related: The Best Credit Cards To Use For Amazon Purchases

Chase Freedom Flex Amazon Bonus

In addition to co-brand Amazon credit cards, shoppers have another way to get 5% back on Amazon purchases, for a limited time.

Amazon.com and select streaming services are the 2nd quarter Chase Freedom Flex℠ bonus categories. You can earn 5% back on the first $1,500 in combined purchases from April through June 2022 (once activated).

You may prefer putting your first Amazon purchases during the second quarter of 2022 if you want to earn Chase Ultimate Rewards® points.

Related: Chase Freedom Flex Review

Summary

In conclusion, the co-brand Amazon Prime Visa relationship remaining with Chase may seem insignificant. Fortunately, this continuity helps protect the card’s existing benefits. It also allows cardholders to maintain their existing relationship with Chase Bank.

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