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PSA: Amazon "no-rush rewards" can now be used to purchase groceries via Amazon Fresh

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Sorry if this is old news - but it wasn't to me. These are the credits you earn when you choose "no rush shipping" at Amazon checkout, offered for many items.

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"You can use your No-Rush rewards towards purchasing a variety of things. Rewards can be used for buying eBooks for your Kindle, movies and TV shows on Prime Video, groceries and daily essentials on AmazonFresh, and for 2-hour deliveries with Prime Now. You'll see which No-Rush reward your order qualifies for in the offer at checkout. Rewards are automatically added to your account once your FREE No-Rush order ships, and are automatically redeemed on qualifying orders. This is just another perk of being a Prime member!"
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-Not retroactive. Credits you already earned can't be used for fresh

-Digital credits are still digital credits. It looks like you have to be offered Amazon Fresh credits. I am only being offered digital credits.
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Finally. This seems a lot more useful to me.
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There are separate No-Rush rewards for each category. Some are digital items only, some are from Amazon Fresh, some are for Prime Now, etc.

I believe this has always been the case for years now, but the type of no-rush credits you receive will always be listed whenever you order something. The category they offer changes every now and then, especially during Prime Day or during Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales. However, the credits offered year-round are usually digital items only.

You can always check what categories your credits are at: https://www.amazon.com/norushcredits (not sure if SD will change the URL, but you should be able to just copy and paste that URL in)

EDIT: Examples of previous no-rush offers for different Amazon services, such as Prime Pantry, Prime Now, Whole Foods/AmazonFresh, etc.
https://slickdeals.net/e/7752477-amazon-now-giving-5-99-prime-pantry-credit-when-you-choose-no-rush-shipping
https://slickdeals.net/f/11619935-5-reward-for-amazon-free-no-rush-shipping-to-be-used-for-amazon-primenow-ymmv
https://slickdeals.net/f/12090703-amazon-free-no-rush-shipping-5-whole-foods-reward-deal-or-scam

Basically, they've always had different categories of No-Rush credits, but it wasn't until a few years ago that they actually listed them out in one place @ https://www.amazon.com/norushcredits They will still be strictly limited to their respective categories, I believe.
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Good news. Thanks for posting. But, I wish they'd bring back use for game console digital credits.
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I used to use these no rush credits on playstation network cards. Ever since they stopped working on them, I've been using 2 day shipping on all my items. I think this costs Amazon more money right? Oh well
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When I checked my digital credits balance, it says:

Use your digital rewards toward eligible Kindle eBooks, Amazon Appstore apps, Amazon Music downloads, or Prime Video rentals or purchases.
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I have $10 in amazonfresh rewards, but when I go to checkout the rewards don't apply. Is there a way to enable it to apply during checkout??
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I used to use these no rush credits on playstation network cards. Ever since they stopped working on them, I've been using 2 day shipping on all my items. I think this costs Amazon more money right? Oh well
like a ps plus subscription card or actual PSN gift cards?
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like a ps plus subscription card or actual PSN gift cards?
They used to work on PSN and Xbox gift cards
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like a ps plus subscription card or actual PSN gift cards?
Actual psn, xbox, Nintendo gc. I racked up well over $1,000 worth.
I miss when you could get lowes or restaurant gc with them
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like a ps plus subscription card or actual PSN gift cards?
No-Rush Digital Rewards used to work on all digital video games purchases, which probably bypassed the 'gift card' restriction because the cards were called 'digital wallet cards' for most of the major gaming platforms (Steam, Battle.net, PSN, XBOX, etc.). The perk ended June 2018.

They also removed a lot of digital wallet (gift) cards since then. It's been almost impossible to find digital wallet codes for those platforms on Amazon now. Even when no-rush credits were redeemable for them, the digital wallet codes were sold out quite often. Would have to wait weeks/months for a restock. However, it was a really great way to keep the digital wallets topped-up, especially for Steam when they were available (for the very short amount of time they had those digital cards).

Also knew a lot of friends that got the Battle.net $20 wallet codes with no-rush credits just to top up their WoW subscriptions.
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I used to use these no rush credits on playstation network cards. Ever since they stopped working on them, I've been using 2 day shipping on all my items. I think this costs Amazon more money right? Oh well
No-rush shipping is also good for the environment because they can ship more efficiently. That's the main reason I do no-rush, though the digital credits are a nice bonus.
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I thought this was always the case, I used to get offered fresh and prime now credits, but they were of limited use because of the delivery charge that has now been waived.
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Prime now discount doesn't stack I believe, you can only use one $5 discount per order. So if it's the same with Amazon fresh, not so great. If credits earned can be used all at once, then it will be a nice bonus to earn
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