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Thanks alot dude! I have the Amazon 5% card but didn't know about this!
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No offer for Prime Business card?
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No offer for Prime Business card?
Doesn't look like it. Amazon Business Card: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07984J...ttr=ACOMFO

Here's the page where I found the banner ad showing the bonus items on the regular Prime Visa and Prime Store Card (FYI):
https://www.amazon.com/iss/credit...ooter_cbcc
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Is there a point in getting the store cArd? Both will lead to hard pulls.
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Anything worthwhile?
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Is there a point in getting the store cArd? Both will lead to hard pulls.

The store card allows you to have your 5% points apply to the credit card account as statement credit which I personally prefer vs using the points to purchase items and loosing the 5% points that you would've gotten if you used your card instead. I don't believe that's an option with the Chase Amazon card.
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It changes all the time... You have to check back.
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The store card allows you to have your 5% points apply to the credit card account as statement credit which I personally prefer vs using the points to purchase items and loosing the 5% points that you would've gotten if you used your card instead. I don't believe that's an option with the Chase Amazon card.
I don't have either card but was in the process of deciding which one to get. Can anyone confirm what he/she is saying or offer other input? Thanks
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i have the amazon credit card, but my prime account is under someone else's, and it doesn't look like i'm eligible.
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I don't have either card but was in the process of deciding which one to get. Can anyone confirm what he/she is saying or offer other input? Thanks
I have both cards and the links below confirm that the Chase Amazon card can also be applied as statement credit but it looks like you have to do it manually while on the store card it auto applies at the end of the billing cycle. So it looks like they are comparable so if you want a card that you can use elsewhere and don't mind manually applying for statement credits, then go with the Chase Amazon card.



https://www.chase.com/personal/cr...em-rewards


https://www.amazon.com/iss/credit...cardmember
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Thanks dude
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The store card allows you to have your 5% points apply to the credit card account as statement credit which I personally prefer vs using the points to purchase items and loosing the 5% points that you would've gotten if you used your card instead. I don't believe that's an option with the Chase Amazon card.
Please correct me if I am understanding you wrong.
Store card - you receive the 5% back in card statement credit
Visa card - you receive 5% back in points, which you use in future purchases, however, you will accumulate less points if points were used in next purchase (total will be less)
This is what you were pointing out, right?
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I have both cards and the links below confirm that the Chase Amazon card can also be applied as statement credit but it looks like you have to do it manually while on the store card it auto applies at the end of the billing cycle. So it looks like they are comparable so if you want a card that you can use elsewhere and don't mind manually applying for statement credits, then go with the Chase Amazon card.



https://www.chase.com/personal/cr...em-rewards


https://www.amazon.com/iss/credit...cardmember
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Please correct me if I am understanding you wrong.
Store card - you receive the 5% back in card statement credit
Visa card - you receive 5% back in points, which you use in future purchases, however, you will accumulate less points if points were used in next purchase (total will be less)
This is what you were pointing out, right?
You can both use them as points to purchase or statement credit, I made a mistake initially. The main difference that I see it that on the Chase card you have to apply the statement credit manually each time while it's automatic on the store card.
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