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Select Prime Accounts: Get $200 Amazon Gift Card for New Amazon Business Prime American Express Card Approval (Offer ends 07/13)

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  • Get a $200 Amazon Gift Card† upon approval with an eligible Prime membership.* Offer ends 07.13.2022.
  • Choose 5% Back or 90 Day Terms on U.S. purchases at Amazon Business, AWS, Amazon.com and Whole Foods Market with an eligible Prime membership* ‡
  • If you choose to earn rewards, you'll earn 5% Back on the first $120,000 in purchases each calendar year, 1% Back thereafter ‡
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shortprong asked this question on 07-07-2022 at 09:16 AM
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It doesn't work for me. "Earn a $100 statement credit after you make $3,000 in purchases on your Card in your first 3 months"
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Yeah- $200 SUB no spend without having to eat a 5/24 slot (though locking up an Amex CC slot) isn't bad at all... $100 with 3k spend is terrible.
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They will prob just do what they did to me... The prompts proceeded as if I was denied and it gave me no credit. Days later I got a credit report showing I have 2 new Amazon chase cards
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They want proof of residence for me and I don't get a single piece of mail from anywhere with my home address. I either pay everything online or I get it at my po box.
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Why do you do it like that? If you care to say, ignore if you don't.. What kinds of proof do they ask for? What are the downsides of opening s business account? When they tell you you would've saved $350 if you had a business account, is that accurate? Did they really calculate what you spent on Amazon and come up with that figure? Is there a discount on everything or just on certain items?
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They want proof of residence for me and I don't get a single piece of mail from anywhere with my home address. I either pay everything online or I get it at my po box.
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Only showing $125 SUB for me Frown
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It's targeted, there are few different links going around. If the OP link doesn't work, try these:

Amazon Amex Business Prime Link 1 [amazon.com].

Amazon Amex Business Prime Link 2 [amazon.com]
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Why do you do it like that? If you care to say, ignore if you don't.. What kinds of proof do they ask for? What are the downsides of opening s business account? When they tell you you would've saved $350 if you had a business account, is that accurate? Did they really calculate what you spent on Amazon and come up with that figure? Is there a discount on everything or just on certain items?
I'm not sure all that was for me. I'm not sure why but I guess it's a thing for certain cards. They ask for a bill or an official government document. I get all of my mail to a po box and my post office is really pissy about putting my street address on my mail. They only want po box. Even my drivers license is my po box. I don't get any bills because I do all that digitally. My pay stub from work is po box.

I guess I could go change all that crap but it just seems like a huge hassle to get $200. When I was younger my mom signed up for a card and just gave it to me so I use hers still for cashback from Amazon. I just pay it like it's mine but I'd prefer it in my name.

I get 5 packages a week from these dummies and they aren't sure I live there?! Lol.
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Quote from jerome21 :
It's targeted, there are few different links going around. If the OP link doesn't work, try these:

Amazon Amex Business Prime Link 1 [amazon.com].

Amazon Amex Business Prime Link 2 [amazon.com]
Those are showing:
Get a $125 Amazon.com Gift Card† upon approval with an eligible Prime membership.*‡

for me but that's better than nothing.
thanks

edit: oh actually the links are expired.
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I'm not sure all that was for me. I'm not sure why but I guess it's a thing for certain cards. They ask for a bill or an official government document. I get all of my mail to a po box and my post office is really pissy about putting my street address on my mail. They only want po box. Even my drivers license is my po box. I don't get any bills because I do all that digitally. My pay stub from work is po box.

I guess I could go change all that crap but it just seems like a huge hassle to get $200. When I was younger my mom signed up for a card and just gave it to me so I use hers still for cashback from Amazon. I just pay it like it's mine but I'd prefer it in my name.

I get 5 packages a week from these dummies and they aren't sure I live there?! Lol.
One of my utilities let me download/print a PDF for a proof of residence. I forget if it's gas or electric. Maybe both. Perhaps try something like that?
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is this a hard or soft hit on your credit?
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So, I see a $100 credit. At $100, that's 3.33% of the $3000 needed to spend in 90 to get it. First, it's not worth $100 for a hit on my credit, so it has to be a better enticement to pick this one. I do need a card, but there are multiple cards on the market that give a 2% cash back on everything. Assuming a $1000 per month as the offer expects you to spend in the first 90 days, that's $12,000 a year. If your purchases are NOT through amazon, restaurants or gas, that's $120 at 1%. a 2% card would net you $240, better than this card's offer + 1% on standard purchases. Many of those cards offer a better sign up as well.

My take, is this card is only worth getting if you make most of your business credit card purchases through amazon which is the whole intent of them wanting you to have this card.
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is this a hard or soft hit on your credit?
American Express usually does not do hard pulls for their current customers. If you already have an American Express card, there will most likely not be a hard pull. If you don't have an American Express card, there will be a hard pull.
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Don't forget about referring I got 30000 Mr because my wife referred me via amex gold if u can successfully refer then it is a good deal
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