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There is a new pay-with-points discount that is now available at Amazon. I used one point to save $60 the other day and now I also have this offer to save another $30. Some people have been targeted with other versions of this offer (like 10% up to $10 or 40% up to $60), so I believe you may have a different percentage and different maximum up to $60 on this round.
- Amazon is out with a new round of the deal to save money when using Membership Rewards points. This time, I was targeted with 30% off up to $30 off of $100, but I believe that others have been targeted with 40% off up to $60 (which is the deal I synced and used a few days ago).
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- This is a limited time offer. The promotion will end on the earlier of (a) 11:59pm PT on 9/30/2023 or (b) the time at which 17,833 customers have redeemed the offer. The promotion button will expire concurrently.
- Amazon.com reserves the right to cancel or modify this offer at any time.
- Offer is available by invitation only, is non-transferable, is not redeemable for cash, and may not be resold.
- Offer applies only to products where Membership Rewards points are used for at least a portion of the product and the promotion is applied at checkout.
- This offer only applies to eligible products. Eligible products means products sold and shipped by Amazon.com. Products sold by third-party sellers or other Amazon entities are not eligible, even if they are fulfilled by Amazon.com or Prime eligible. Digital content products are also not eligible.
- Shipping charges may apply to eligible products and discounted promotional items.
- Maximum benefit you may receive from this offer is $30 per eligible Membership Rewards-enrolled Card or per one Amazon account.
- Offer may not be combined with other offers.
- Offer discount will be allocated proportionally among all promotional items in your original order. If any of the items in your original order are subsequently returned, your refund will equal the original price of the product, less the proportional amount of the discount. The total discount on the unreturned amount of your original order will then be less than the maximum discount availed.
- If you used points for all or part of your order and any of the products related to your original order are returned, subject to Amazon’s return policy, you will receive a refund of the amount charged to your Card. If you would like Membership Rewards® points returned to your account instead of a refund to your Card, you must contact American Express.
- If a refund cannot be processed by American Express for reasons including but not limited to closure of your Card Account, Amazon will issue an Amazon Gift Card to you for an amount equal to the value of the Membership Rewards points used towards your product.
- Promotional codes (including those placed directly in accounts) may not be redeemed for Amazon Gift Cards.
- This promotion is available only to Amazon.com customers with an eligible Membership Rewards-enrolled Card issued in United States. Promotional credit is applied before taxes and fees.
- If you violate any of these terms, the offer will be invalid.
- Terms and Conditions for the Membership Rewards program apply. Visit membershiprewards.com/terms for more information. Participating partners and available rewards are subject to change without notice.
- The value of Membership Rewards points varies according to how you choose to use them. To learn more, go to www.membershiprewards.com/pointsinfo. See full Shop with Points Terms and Conditions for details on www.amazon.com/amexmr.
Another nice opportunity to save some easy money for Amazon shoppers with Membership Rewards points! I was surprised that even though I’d used the 40% back on $150 during Prime Day, I still had this opportunity to save 30% up to $30.
As always, you should only use 1 point with this deal. That’s because when you use points to cover a greater portion of the cost of your order, you get an abysmal 0.6c per point or so. Using 1 point is enough to trigger the discount.
H/T: Doctor of Credit