Amazon Prime Rewards Card

Get 5% cashback on all Amazon purchases 💳

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#2 Product of the DayJanuary 12, 2017

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Michael Musgrove
 
  • Michael Musgrove
    Michael MusgroveMarketing guy.
    Pros: 

    The discounts offered and ability to earn points to use on Amazon purchases saves a ton of $ on Amazon and elsewhere.

    Cons: 

    The interest rate isn't anything to get excited about.

    I've saved hundreds of dollars using this card. You can make it your default card on Amazon and also use it for gas, groceries and other common purchases to get significant discounts over time. The trick is to keep the balance at 0 because the interest rate isn't great. I've never gotten excited about a credit card but this one is really great, since I shop on Amazon a LOT and that's 5% off, plus the points I earn for using it really add up, to use to buy more junk.

    Michael Musgrove has used this product for one year.

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Ryan HooverHunterPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Just saw this on Yahoo Finance. Considering most of my online shopping is on Amazon, 5% is a pretty slick deal. This is also another example of Amazon moving further across and up the commerce funnel.
Jim Carter III
Jim Carter III@noinput · Cause Hacker
@rrhoover it's a great card, I've had it for about a year at 3% and now 5% is a huge win. Earnings post to your Amazon account seamlessly and you can apply them at checkout like a payment method.
@noinput That's sounds great!
Eli Laipson
Eli Laipson@elilaipson
@noinput @rrhoover Is there a monthly cap on what you can make back?
Nate Hurwitz
Nate Hurwitz@thenateh · Supply Chain Student, Cyclist
@noinput @elilaipson Looks like there are no caps on any category.
Chris Kalima
Chris Kalima@ckalima · Product, Intertrust Technologies
I'm curious if the 5% back also applies to AWS bills? In the offer details it says "buying products and services with your card, in most cases, will count as a purchase." If so, this would be a nice way to save 5% on monthly infrastructure costs.
Hameto
Hameto@hameto_
@ckalima that would be amazing!
Andrei Oprisan
Andrei Oprisan@andreioprisan · VP Technology at Liberty Mutual
@ckalima no, it's only for the Amazon store
Jeff Uthaichai
Jeff Uthaichai@jeffuthaichai · Engineer, Maple
@ckalima I've had the card for years now, and my $0.55 monthly AWS bills (not a big personal AWS user) have gotten the 3x treatment. It's probably safe to assume it'll start getting 5x now.
Tarun Gangwani
Tarun Gangwani@tarungangwani · Product, dev.twitch.tv
Protip: if you have the card already and are a prime member, you can upgrade your rewards within your Amazon account: http://amazon.com/wallet?ref_=ya... (select your card, and click "upgrade" or similar)
Graham Gnall
Graham Gnall@ggnall · Product @Dia&Co. Working on Veeps
@tarungangwani looks like mine was automatically updated from Amazon Rewards to Amazon Prime Rewards. Well done.
John Tabone
John Tabone@juantabone · Software Engineer @ Appcues
@ggnall @tarungangwani same! I also noticed that my girlfriend's non-Prime rewards card is eligible to upgrade, BUT you can only have one 5% card attached to each Prime account.
Graham Gnall
Graham Gnall@ggnall · Product @Dia&Co. Working on Veeps
@juantabone @tarungangwani listen to the ecom overlords: get married, combine cards, spend for your growing family on amazon forever. 😹
Jack Smith
Jack Smith@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
@tarungangwani mine upgraded automagically
Tarun Gangwani
Tarun Gangwani@tarungangwani · Product, dev.twitch.tv
@_jacksmith Yes, hearing that as well from folks. Nice, user-centered thing for them to do. Prime has to go down as one of the most important services ever created on the internet.
Jamie Gordon
Jamie Gordon@jamie_ross
USA only sorry Canada, UK, France etc
Jamie Street
Jamie Street@jamie452 · Software Engineer
Braunson Yager
Braunson Yager@braunshizzle · Co-Founder, Geekybeaver, Ripped Recipes
@jamie_ross 😢😢 Such a bummer, why not Canada, we're your neighbor.
Ben Bodien
Ben Bodien@bbodien · Co-Founder, Positivity Space
@jamie_ross I'd be surprised if they didn't have plans to roll out the card in other major markets with regional card provider partners.
François
François@francoisrabanel · Bisou internet.
@jamie_ross I'm crying right now. I still tried :)
Thibaut Davoult
Thibaut Davoult@thibautdavoult · Growth Engineer at Livestorm
@jamie_ross This is the info I was looking for. Thanks for saving me the research.
Niv Dror
Niv DrorHiring@nivo0o0 · VC at Shrug Capital
I've used the Amazon Prime Rewards Card for a few years now - love it. Every few months it's nice use the accumulated points for free Amazon purchases 😊 And the new one is 5% instead of the 3%, plus it's metal 😮
Gideon Hod
Gideon Hod@ghod · Marketplace Product
@nivo0o0 wait if it's metal that changes things
Niv Dror
Niv DrorHiring@nivo0o0 · VC at Shrug Capital
@ghod BEST FEATURE.
Tony Hue
Tony Hue@tonykhue · Product Marketing, Disqus
@nivo0o0 you had me at metal 😍
Jack Smith
Jack Smith@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
@nivo0o0 why the fuck is it made of metal when it's only usable online on Amazon.com ? what a waste of money lol. the physical card is useless once you add it to your amazon.com account
Niv Dror
Niv DrorHiring@nivo0o0 · VC at Shrug Capital
@_jacksmith because it's a regular credit card that can be used anywhere............ (this is the only credit card I use)