Where can you use an Amazon credit card?
|Quarter||5% Cash Back Categories|
|January – March||Grocery Stores, Walgreens, CVS|
|April – June||Gas Stations, Uber, Lyft, Wholesale Clubs|
|July – September||Restaurants, PayPal|
|October – December||Amazon.com, Target.com, Walmart.com|
Is the Amazon credit card worth it?
All things considered, if you’re someone who shops a lot on Amazon and/or if Whole Foods is your go-to grocer, it’s worth considering one of the Amazon Rewards cards — especially if you’re a Prime member. Prime Rewards card at a glance: Annual fee: $119 Amazon Prime membership. Bonus: $70 Amazon gift card.
How does the Amazon card work?
You earn a 3% rebate for all Amazon.com and Whole Foods Market purchases; 2% at gas stations, restaurants, and drugstores; and 1% on all other purchases. Your rewards come in the form of points. When you are approved for the card, Amazon will give you a $50 gift card.
How do you use your Amazon credit card?
To pay with an Amazon Payments balance:
- Select the option to use the available balance on your Amazon Payments account during checkout to pay for your order.
- Select a credit card to use in addition to your available balance to account for any amount not covered by your balance at the time we ship your order.
What is the credit limit on Amazon credit card?
When opening the card, as with any secured card, consumers must make a refundable security deposit with Amazon’s partner on the financial product, Synchrony Bank US:SYF. That deposit will then represent the card’s credit limit. Consumers can establish credit lines ranging from a minimum of $100 to a maximum of $1,000.
What is the difference between Amazon Prime Card and Amazon store card?
The Amazon Prime Store Card actually is not a real credit card. It’s a paper punch-out card you can only use at Amazon. Prime members receive 5% cashback and, for a limited time, a $60 Amazon gift card. You also can use the card to get no-interest financing on Amazon purchases paid in full within six, 12 or 24 months.