(EXPIRED) Amazon: Spend $80 & Get $20 Off When Redeeming 1 Capital One Point

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Capital One has joined American Express, Chase, Citi and Discover with a new promotion on Amazon offering a $20 instant discount when spending at least $80 and redeeming at least one point.

The Deal

Key Terms

  • Expires September 30, 2020.

Quick Thoughts

I’m assuming that similar to all these Amazon deals which offer a discount when redeeming at least one point, the offer will be targeted. If you’ve already enrolled a Capital One card in Shop With Points and it says you’re not targeted, try deleting it as a payment method, then adding it back on and re-enrolling with Shop With Points. You might not be able to activate the offer immediately, but hopefully within a few days the activation button will show up.

In addition to tangible items shipped and sold by Amazon, it should be possible to buy $80+ worth of gift cards to save $20. Although 25% off $80 isn’t as good as the Amex Membership Rewards offers for 20% off $250, it’s great to see Capital One being included in these types of deals as it means we’ll hopefully see similar offers semi-frequently in the future.

h/t Doctor of Credit

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