Pay with Discover Card Points, Get 20% Off or $10 off $100 at Amazon.com (Targeted)

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Discover it 14 ImageUpdated offer links. If you have a Discover card with cash back rewards, you can redeem them to buy eligible items at Amazon.com. The redemption rate is $1 in Cash Back Bonus = $1 to spend at Amazon, which is the same rate as their statement credit redemptions. Check each of these targeted promotions and activate for an additional discount:

  • 20% off (max $50 discount), valid on items shipped and sold by Amazon. Must redeem at least $0.01 in Discover cash back.
  • $10 off $100+ order, valid on items shipped and sold by Amazon. Must redeem at least $0.01 in Discover cash back.

Here are some additional tips:

  • If you haven’t linked yet, you can link your Discover Cashback points balance to your Amazon account here.
  • If you have already linked your cards and aren’t targeted, you may consider removing your Discover card from your account completely, and then linking it again after a day.
  • Items must be marked as both sold AND shipped by Amazon.com.
  • Be sure to select your Discover Card as your payment method and redeem at least 1 point or $0.01 in value of Discover Cashback Bonus Points.
  • Savings should be reflected on the final order checkout page, before you commit to purchase.

This is a recurring perk for existing Discover cardholders, which is why I never cancel a card with no annual fee. Check out my Discover it credit card review, one of my keeper 5% cash back cards.

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