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$90 Amazon Gift Card when you apply for Amazon Rewards VISA Card New Application YMMV

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Last Edited by getme May 11, 2014 at 10:51 PM
This may be YMMV, but please check your checkout page when ordering through Amazon.com. You may see a $90 reward, which typically is $30 for a new Amazon VISA Rewards card application (from what I have seen so far).
Good thing with this CC is that there is no spending requirement. You get the credit instantly.

I am posting a screenshot of the offer I saw to which I applied and was approved.
http://tinypic.com/r/291i3j9/8

FYI: I am a Amazon Prime member and was placing an order of around $40.

I am new when posting deals, so please be kind Smilie
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Not trying to bash the bottom thread crapper, but Chase Amazon is a great card for starting out. Not everyone has 800+ credit limit nor $1667 monthly credit card spending usages. My first card was a Chase amazon with a free $50. They gave me $1500 limit. Now i have over 100,000 lines with Chase and can do their Ink deals, but that is NOT for everyone. The only time you really need to be worried about a pull is if you are planning to buy a house/car, refinance, or loan within the year.
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Not trying to bash a new user but this is really a waste of a hard inquiry into your credit. A good rule of thumb is that unless you are getting over $500 in equivalent value it's not worth the inquiry.

Right now the chase bold card is giving 60,000 points (after 5k in spend), ( http://slickdeals.net/f/6900633-chase-ink-business-credit-cards-60k-points-w-5000-spent-in-first-3-months?page=1) enough for $750 in travel and similar promotions with other cards are constantly circulating. I understand some people may have issues hitting the minimum spend requirements for certain offers but any of these Amazon credits are simply not worth it....
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Does anyone know if a previous Amazon Visa card holder can qualify for the promotion again? What's the time between canceling the card and signing up for a new one? Thanks.
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What is YMMY?? I've heard if YMMV lol
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Does anyone know if a previous Amazon Visa card holder can qualify for the promotion again? What's the time between canceling the card and signing up for a new one? Thanks.
Chase doesnt allow churning.
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What would make this offer more attractive than the $400-700 bonuses available with other credit cards right now? I'm not asking facetiously - I'm just wondering if there is some benefit or advantage that this card offers to make up for what is still a pretty small bonus even at $90.......is it just easier to qualify for?
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What is YMMY?? I've heard if YMMV lol
Your mileage may yary
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Chase doesnt allow churning.
Spoken like someone without a clue(or good credit score) I have been churning Chase cards for nearly 10 YEARS and never had an issue. Could not tell you how many hundreds of thousands of points/miles I have accrued through churning Chase cards...
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What is YMMY?? I've heard if YMMV lol
Sorry about that. I just corrected it. I am new to this.
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Quote from Parachute07 View Post :
What would make this offer more attractive than the $400-700 bonuses available with other credit cards right now? I'm not asking facetiously - I'm just wondering if there is some benefit or advantage that this card offers to make up for what is still a pretty small bonus even at $90.......is it just easier to qualify for?
you get the money right away. with those high bonus cards you have to spend say $500 every month for 6 months
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Interesting, highest I've ever seen it is at $60. Still not worth applying for IMO, when other cards have several hundred in rewards.
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Go here [amazon.com] to see the offer.

Mine was for a $60 gift card.
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you get the money right away. with those high bonus cards you have to spend say $500 every month for 6 months
Which is quite easy to do with manufactured or legitimate spending for most people.
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Go here [amazon.com] to see the offer.

Mine was for a $60 gift card.
Mine shows $120 gift card
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You should probably change the wording to "when you are approved" not "when you apply".
You have to be approved to get it...
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