Amazon Prime Rewards Card

Get 5% cashback on all Amazon purchases 💳

#2 Product of the DayJanuary 12, 2017

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Ryan Hoover
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@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 IIIHiring@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.
Wojtek Witkowski@pugson · Rayfeed
@noinput That's sounds great!
Eli Laipson@elilaipson
@noinput @rrhoover Is there a monthly cap on what you can make back?
Nate Hurwitz@thenateh · Supply Chain Student, Cyclist
@noinput @elilaipson Looks like there are no caps on any category.
Jim Carter IIIHiring@noinput · Cause Hacker
@elilaipson @rrhoover not one I could find.
Jack Smith@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
@rrhoover "This is also another example of Amazon moving further across and up the commerce funnel." - I don't really think it is. I've had an Amazon store card, which has given 5% cashback for over a year now. This is a card offered by Chase and they've just increased the cashback from 3% to 5%, nothing's really changed otherwise.
Chris Kalima@ckalima · Product Development, Planet OS
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_
@ckalima that would be amazing!
Andrei Oprisan@andreioprisan · VP Technology at Liberty Mutual
@ckalima no, it's only for the Amazon store
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 GangwaniHiring@tarungangwani · Product, grokstream.com
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@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@juantabone · Software Engineer @ Tervela
@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@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@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
@tarungangwani mine upgraded automagically
Tarun GangwaniHiring@tarungangwani · Product, grokstream.com
@_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 Ross@jamie_ross · HomelyPlanet
USA only sorry Canada, UK, France etc
Jamie Street@jamie452 · Software Engineer
Braunson Yager@braunshizzle · Co-Founder, Geekybeaver, Ripped Recipes
@jamie_ross 😢😢 Such a bummer, why not Canada, we're your neighbor.
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@francoisrabanel · WeTrip
@jamie_ross I'm crying right now. I still tried :)
Thibaut Davoult@thibautdavoult · Ironhack Paris WebDev track
@jamie_ross This is the info I was looking for. Thanks for saving me the research.
Gabin Desserprit@mnmlstentreprnr · Data Hunter Specialist - Remote
@jamie_ross Argh 😫
Patrick Thompson@neurohacked
@braunshizzle Why don't you let us immigrate more easily? 😛
Daylen@askdaylen · Student and Windows Insider in Vancouver
@jamie_ross The card in Canada is also issued by Chase, but only has 2% back on Amazon.ca purchases :(
Niv DrorHiring@nivo0o0 · Words @ProductHunt & @AngelList
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@ghod · Marketplace Product
@nivo0o0 wait if it's metal that changes things
Niv DrorHiring@nivo0o0 · Words @ProductHunt & @AngelList
@ghod BEST FEATURE.
Tony Hue@tonykhue · Product Marketing, Disqus
@nivo0o0 you had me at metal 😍
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 DrorHiring@nivo0o0 · Words @ProductHunt & @AngelList
@_jacksmith because it's a regular credit card that can be used anywhere............ (this is the only credit card I use)
Jack Smith@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
@nivo0o0 right. I get that it's a physical card, I have it as well. I just don't understand why they made it metal when the primary benefit of the card is 5% cashback on Amazon.com. it would make more sense for Chase to make their other cards which have better rewards for real-world purchases (e.g. at Costco, Sam's club etc) out of metal instead imho
Niv DrorHiring@nivo0o0 · Words @ProductHunt & @AngelList
@_jacksmith it's primary benefit is being a credit card. If some people have only use it at Amazon that's their thing