Discover Card + Amazon 1-Click $10 Promotion

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Updated. It looks like this offer is back as of February 2018. I was able to get another $10 credit even though I already got the previous $10 credit back in September. I still had the Discover card as my default 1-click payment method, but I did change to a Chase card right before clicking on the promo link below (not sure if that made any difference).

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Amazon has a targeted offer for $10 Amazon credit when you switch your 1-Click default payment method to an eligible Discover credit card. They’ve run similar offers for Citi and Chase in the past.

The link should show your eligibility (for the account that is currently signed-in). It probably won’t work if your 1-click default method is already Discover. You could try and remove it first. I had a Discover card already in my account, but not set as 1-click, and it worked for me. $10 credit valid on items both sold and shipped by Amazon.

If you have a Discover card, you may also want to sign up for their free Social Security Number Monitoring and New Account Alerts. I keep my Discover it card open for its rotating 5% cash back rewards.

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  1. Sofaking Nuts says:

    My card wasn’t eligible.

  2. tessa melendez says:

    my account was also not eligible, and states at the bottom of the link, “Offer available only to customers who were served an advertisement promoting the offer. ” whomp whomp.

  3. Hanh Nguyen says:

    my account was also ineligible. I wonder what ad and additional actions they refer to ” To claim the offer, customer must first click through the ad and then complete the additional actions described”

  4. When I click the link I get a page with no content other than the normal Amazon header & footer. I do have a Discover card in my account (although not default) and have never had Amazon 1-click enabled though, so I turned it on and tried the page again, but got the same no-content page. Oh well.

  5. Mary Anna Martell says:

    Yup, same as Stephen exactly. Ah, well. worth a try.

  6. I also get the link with Amazon header and footer. I just added my Discover card to the account but did not try to one-click enable it.

  7. “Updated. It looks like this offer is back as of February 2017”

    Assume you meant 2018

  8. Some people reported they have a success using a phone Amazon app even if they did not qualify on-line. Discover should be removed from 1-click payment method.

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