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Amazon is offering a new promotion for American Express consumer cardholders: Spend $50 on items shipped & sold by Amazon and get $20 off a future “Amazon moments” purchase (which is a list of something like 60,000 items with 4-stars or more). This is probably a very good deal for most who can take advantage.
- Amazon is offering a coupon good for $20 off an Amazon moments purchase when you spend $50 or more on items shipped & sold by Amazon and check out via the shopping cart using an American Express consumer card to pay
- Direct link to this promotion
- Add products that are shipped and sold by Amazon to your Shopping Cart and check out by July 22, 2020; only items that are sold and shipped by Amazon.com or Amazon Digital Services LLC qualify for this promotion (look for “sold by Amazon.com” or “sold by Amazon Digital Services LLC” on the product detail page). Purchases of Amazon e-gift cards do not qualify for this promotion.
- Spend $50 or more on a single purchase using any eligible American Express Consumer Card.
- If you remove any of the participating promotional items from your Shopping Cart or violate any of the terms and conditions listed below, your order will no longer qualify for the promotion.
- If you return any of the items involved in the promotion, Amazon reserves the right to remove the promotional credit.
Terms and Conditions:
- Promotional offer valid for a limited time only. Items placed in Shopping Cart overnight may not be eligible for promotion at time of checkout.
- Promotional credit applies only to qualifying items displaying on the Amazon Moments store offer page.
- Applies only to products sold by Amazon. Does not apply to items sold by other merchants.
- Does not apply to any products purchased on any other website operated by Amazon.
- Applies only when all qualifying and benefit products in the promotion are purchased in one order.
- Applies only to complete orders shipping to a single address that meet all other promotional requirements.
- The maximum promotional credit that you may receive from this offer is $20.
- Promotional credit must be redeemed by August 22, 2020; unredeemed credit will expire after that time.
- Offer good while supplies last.
- Offer limited to one per customer and account only.
- Amazon reserves the right to modify or cancel the offer at any time.
- No substitutions or rain checks.
- Offer must be redeemed through the Shopping Cart. Does not apply to orders placed with 1-Click.
- Taxes and shipping and handling charges may apply to all products purchased and does not count towards required purchase minimum of $50.
- Add-on Items require a minimum purchase. See amazon.com/addon for details.
- Offer may not be combined with other offers.
- If the eligible American Express Consumer Card used for the promotional offer is invalid or denied for any reason, customer will not qualify to receive the promotional credit.
- Void where prohibited by law and in case of fraud.
Again, this isn’t quite as good as the usual straight percent or dollar-off promos, but it looks like there are plenty of items included in the list of stuff that qualifies for the $20 off coupon.
The Amazon Moments store is supposedly “curated items with 4-stars or more” in terms of their reviews, but as DoC notes, there are so many items that it seems they must have an army of curators approximately the size of an algorithm.
As the parent of a toddler, all I needed to see was DoC’s link to batteries. I’ll take twenty bucks in free batteries even if they were a couple bucks overpriced to begin with. There’s plenty of other stuff you probably want or need. Again, even if we guess that the Amazon Moments store is 20% overpriced, this still represents good discount overall (and I have no idea whether it’s overpriced, I just pulled that number out of thin air as an example).
This should apply to any Amex consumer cardholder as there is no language about it being targeted. Note one odd restriction that I bolded above: checking out via 1-click will not count. You need to add qualifying items to your cart and check out that way. Odd, but worth keeping in mind.While
Overall, I’m in on this one.
H/T: Doctor of Credit