After now talking with Amazon in chat room I forgot that the Amazon Prime Business AMX card gave me a $125.00 sign up gift card not $70.00.
Remember these are "Gift Cards" not sign up bonuses where you have to spend a certain amount then when you meet that threashold you get your bonus money, Amazon Gift Cards you get immediately after you are approved for whichever card you applied for on Amazon, I checked my Gift Card balance in my Amazon account each time I got approved which was 3 times since I applied for all 3 cards over several days, each time the GC was their waiting for me for a total of $255.00
Their is no obligation to use the card once you get them either, I have only used the Prime Business card so far for business purchases, I may use the Store Card shortly for the 5% and need it for personal non busniess related purchases as I have had a small home based business past 19 years.
All total I got $255.00 in sign up money for getting all 3 Amazon cards, pretty sweet deal, I only used the business Prime card for a few items so far, may use the store card for some small items and get the 5% back, no other cards I posses have 5% discounts right now, Discover's 5% just ended December 31.
I did use up all the $255 Gift Card balance in purchases which isn't hard on Amazon.
Applied 2 days ago for the Amazon Prime Business American Express card with a $70 bonus for applying (main reason I wanted this card) I got a $15,000 CL
Next applied for the Amazon Store card was approved for that with $2,300 CL (can't remember if a bonus came with that card)
Today I applied for the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature card with a $60.00 bonus and a $4,300 CL (Also really wanted that bonus gift card)
I was very surprised Chase approved me for this card as they did turn me down this past summer for their Ink card due to short credit history.
Was able to parley all the bonus gift cards into some sweet Amazon purchases like the latest Insta Pot Duo Evo and a few accessories plus some other stuff.
Took a 9 point credit hit on my Experian...ouch!
Thank you and Happy New Year
Congrats & Happy Amazon!