(EXPIRED) Get Amazon Prime For Only $69 (Dec 1 & New TopCashback Members Only)

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Update: While we expect this stacking opportunity to work, there’s a chance that it might. The reason why is because the terms of the TopCashback $35 signup bonus requires earning $10 cashback, whereas the Amazon Prime deal offers a $15 Amazon gift card.


A few days ago we shared how you can get a highest-ever signup bonus of $35 when joining TopCashback. That offer ends today, but you can still make good use of it by stacking that with an additional offer from TopCashback to get an Amazon Prime subscription for a net cost of only $69.

The Deal

  • Get an Amazon Prime subscription for a net cost of $69 by stacking deals.

Key Terms

  • Expires December 1, 2019.

Quick Thoughts

An Amazon Prime subscription normally costs $119 having risen from $79 and $99 in recent years. This opportunity can get you a new subscription for less than the old cost which is a great deal.

To do that, you’ll need to be a new TopCashback member as the first step in this process is getting a $35 signup bonus. Check out that post for more about how it works: $35 bonus for joining TopCashBack (highest ever).

Next, click through to Amazon from TopCashback. TCB is currently offering a $15 Amazon gift card when signing up for Amazon Prime for $119.

TCB Amazon

You’ll therefore be spending $119 but getting both $35 cashback and a $15 Amazon gift card from TopCashback. If you value Amazon gift cards as good as cash, that’s a net cost of $69.

As mentioned earlier, the $35 TopCashback signup bonus ends today, so you’ll need to do this deal in the next few hours if you’re interested.

Last updated on December 14th, 2019

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Anyone tried this already? Might not work it seems!


Sort of deceptive premise in my book. You’re getting prime for $104. Opting to put a separate and independent rebate towards this doesn’t mean you’re getting it for much less. If I decide to put my $50 GC gift towards it, does that mean it’s now $19? No. Prime is $104 with this offer and still unattractive to me. Made me look, tho. Thanks for that.


I agree. deceptive post.

Dan - Legal Bank Robber
Dan - Legal Bank Robber

I agree, seems like a Clickbait title to me