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Maybe you have been using Amazon since its early days or maybe you’re one of the newest members. Either way, you might be able to save an easy $20 at Amazon if you have an American Express credit card. This is one of the best one-time promotions to save money at Amazon.
Amazon With American Express Promotion: Spend $50, Get $20
You might be familiar with the Amex Offers program that provides curated discounts. However, unlike those exclusive offers, you don’t have to opt-in, be targeted, or hold a specific Amex credit card. This limited-time offer gives you a $20 credit for an Amazon.com purchase.
These are the three steps to get your $20 Amazon credit:
- Spend at least $50 at Amazon.com by July 22 with any American Express consumer card
- Receive an order confirmation email containing a reward link to claim your $20 credit
- Redeem your $20 credit on your next Amazon Moments purchase by August 22
To qualify for the credit, you must spend at least $50 in items that Amazon sells and ships. Items you buy from third-party vendors may not qualify toward the $50 purchase minimum.
This offer does have a somewhat quick turnaround requirement. You must make a qualifying purchase by July 22, 2020, with your Amex consumer card. Then, you will need to make a purchase at Amazon Moments by August 22, 2020.
What Doesn’t Qualify?
You can read the offer terms and conditions here to make sure you qualify for this offer.
Here is a quick list of items and purchase types that don’t count toward the $50 order minimum:
- Amazon e-gift cards
- 1-Click orders
- Purchases made with an Amazon business credit card
- Items you purchase and return for a refund
- Shipping items to multiple addresses (the qualifying order must ship to the same address)
- Taxes and shipping charges (The total item costs must exceed $50)
As Amazon sells almost anything you need, this promotion can be easier to qualify for than other purchases.
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