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Best Rewards for Shopping at Amazon

Hi. I will be shoping at amazon more. Which credit card gives the best rewards or cashback for shopping at amazon. Is it Amazon CC from Amazon or Chase Amazon or some other card?

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Re: Best Rewards for Shopping at Amazon

Im not sure but from what read, amazon cc is easier to acquire and it gets better cli , as for rewards id go with the amazon cc backed by ge.

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Financing options are better on the store card.

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Re: Best Rewards for Shopping at Amazon

For rewards, there is Citi Forward (now just for students) that gives 5x on Amazon (but need to redeem in certain ways to get max value) and by some reports, US Bank Cash Plus, which gives 5% on bookstores (if you choose that category) which is said to include Amazon.

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CarlosC88 wrote:
Im not sure but from what read, amazon cc is easier to acquire and it gets better cli , as for rewards id go with the amazon cc backed by ge.

The Amazon Store Card (The CC backed by GE) has no rewards. The Chase-backed Amazon Visa gives rewards at 3% (points) per dollar on Amazon purchases.



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b_seeker wrote:

CarlosC88 wrote:
Im not sure but from what read, amazon cc is easier to acquire and it gets better cli , as for rewards id go with the amazon cc backed by ge.

The Amazon Store Card (The CC backed by GE) has no rewards. The Chase-backed Amazon Visa gives rewards at 3% (points) per dollar on Amazon purchases.


TRUE... If out for rewards only and no financing then you want Chase Amazon Visa.

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Re: Best Rewards for Shopping at Amazon

Has there been a confirmation on Amazon?

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Creditaddict wrote:

b_seeker wrote:

CarlosC88 wrote:
Im not sure but from what read, amazon cc is easier to acquire and it gets better cli , as for rewards id go with the amazon cc backed by ge.

The Amazon Store Card (The CC backed by GE) has no rewards. The Chase-backed Amazon Visa gives rewards at 3% (points) per dollar on Amazon purchases.


TRUE... If out for rewards only and no financing then you want Chase Amazon Visa.


Or, as I said above, Forward or Cash Plus, which give 5% compared to 3%!   And Sallie Mae is another 5% on Amazon up to $750 per month.   One of the cases where the branded card doesn't give the best benefits.

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FutureBillionaire wrote:

Has there been a confirmation on Amazon?


For Cash Plus?   Someone posted fairly early in April that it worked, and I didn't see replies saying that it didn't (whereas claims that "Cell phones" included all telecommunications were quickly debunked for example).   But not from personal experience as I didn't choose that category.   But for Forward, yes.

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longtimelurker wrote:

FutureBillionaire wrote:

Has there been a confirmation on Amazon?


For Cash Plus?   Someone posted fairly early in April that it worked, and I didn't see replies saying that it didn't (whereas claims that "Cell phones" included all telecommunications were quickly debunked for example).   But not from personal experience as I didn't choose that category.   But for Forward, yes.


Thanks.  Interestingly, CashPlus counted my ATT bill, which is bundled with Dish Network.  ATT has DSL.  I have bookstores this quarter, but I haven't tried that cash plus.

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