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You will qualify for and receive your statement credit if you purchase Amazon Prime with your Amazon.com Rewards Visa Card from 10/15/12 to 11/15/12. Please allow 2 weeks after qualifying for the statement credit to post to your account. Credit card product changes during the promotional period will forfeit this offer. To qualify for this offer, your account must be open and not in default at the time of fulfillment. This promotional offer is non-transferable and applies only to the account ending in the last 4 digits referenced in this offer. Certain restrictions apply. To learn more about Amazon Prime, go to www.amazon.com/primeterms to see Prime Terms & Conditions.

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For Amazon student members who lost their prime benefits (and who have the Amazon Visa as their primary card): Click "get started" then click "sign me up". It won't say anything about the $20 credit. On the next page you will see:
"Thank you for being an Amazon.com Rewards Visa Cardmember and now an Amazon Prime member.
You will receive your $20 statement credit two weeks after the membership fee posts to your card."

If for some reason you do not get the message about the $20 statement credit, you can cancel immediately and get a full refund


List of Kindle books available for free to Prime members is found here [amazon.com].


This only works if you add your amazon card as a default payment card. If you do so, you will get $19 student prime

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"This only works if you add your amazon card as a default payment card." <--- This statement is confusing. As long as you pay with your Chase Amazon Visa Card (Not the Amazon Store Card if you have one) you qualify for this offer. It is very simple, as soon as you click on the link and login to your amazon, the system will check if you have a Chase Amazon card. If you do, it won't say anything at first. If you don't it will display a message saying you are not eligible. If you have the Chase Amazon Card, make sure you pay the $79 subscription fee with your Chase Amazon. As soon as the payment is completed, the system will confirm that you will receive your statement credit in 2 weeks. It doesn't matter if your chase amazon card is default or not. It doesn't matter if you got the email or not. Your elegibilit is based on you having the chase amazon card registered to your account and making sure you use it to pay for your prime membership. gwmadrigal.



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#31
My prime expires on 10/31. I turned off auto-renew and will try renewing through the link in this thread on 11/1 and see what happens.
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Is the Amazon credit card worth having? The only store credit card I have active is Kohl's
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tempted......
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Quote from TofuVic View Post :
Is the Amazon credit card worth having? The only store credit card I have active is Kohl's
If you do Lots of amazon shopping. I rack up 100's of dollars of points every year.
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Quote from melissajkelly View Post :
Has anyone tried to "renew" their Prime using this deal? Or does it only work for new subscriptions? I'd love to add a year for this price a few month's early if it would work.

ditto , anyone renew with this deal ?
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Quote from dougpaw57 View Post :
Amazon is scrambling, they're trying to make up for lost (sales tax related) sales.
totally makes sense! (in bizzaro world)
sheesh..
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Quote from GuitsBoy View Post :

Is the amazon card worth getting? Truth be told, I haven't looked into it yet.
yes and no. 3% on any amazon purchases, 1% on everything else.

But now you can use your chase freedom points (which you can get up to 5% on different categories every quarter) directly on amazon so i think im gonna start using that card for general purchases instead.
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#38
Quote from hot_mamma311 View Post :
My prime expires in December HMMM maybe I should chat with them to see what we can do
me too! Although I have the student account.

Did you end up chatting?
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#39
debating if i should cancel my netflix sub and get this. Amazon is suppose to carry epix movies now.
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Quote from Graco View Post :
debating if i should cancel my netflix sub and get this. Amazon is suppose to carry epix movies now.
I wouldn't to be honest.

netflix has a lot more content than amazon has. for now at least.
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Quote from cypwrx View Post :
I wouldn't to be honest.

netflix has a lot more content than amazon has. for now at least.
thanks worship
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Quote from dougpaw57 View Post :
Amazon is scrambling, they're trying to make up for lost (sales tax related) sales.

I think Amazon is trying to kill Target because yesterday Target announced they would match competitors' prices include Amazon, Walmart, Bestbuy, etc... only good until Christimas.
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#43
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thanks worship
Here is a list of prime eligible movies and tv shows link [amazon.com]
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#44
Got it. Thanks OP.
"Thank you for being an Amazon.com Rewards Visa Cardmember and now an Amazon Prime member.
You will receive your $20 statement credit two weeks after the membership fee posts to your card."
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#45
Still paying $39 for prime via Student so i'm sticking with that.

good deal otherwise
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