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Today as I was doing one of my weekly or bi-weekly Amazon orders, I received an offer to enroll my Amex Membership Rewards points by 7/31/15 and I would receive free $15 off a $50 order. Not too shabby for basically not much work. This offer is not as good as the recent one that gave $10 off $10 for linking Chase Rewards and paying with 1 point, however still basically free money at Amazon.
Amazon: $15 Off $50 When Use Membership Reward Points
So here’s what I did to get this offer to pop up:
1.) Went to Amazon
2.) Added something to my cart (Mary Poppins DVD – but, shouldn’t matter.)
3.) Went to checkout and had the following listed under ‘step 2 of 3 Choose a payment method.’
4.) When you click on Learn More button, you are given the terms of the offer.
5.) Basically, register your membership rewards if not already
6.) Use promo code SWP07AXP15 when you spend at least $50 to get $15 off
7.) Use points to pay (I recommend using the fewest points) so enter in that you want to use $.01 (only a penny) in the box that asks how much you want to pay with points (it’s not a great value on using Membership Rewards points to pay at Amazon.)
To receive the discount:
1. This is a limited time offer. The promotion will end at 11:59 PT on 7/31/2015, or while supplies last. The promotion code will expire concurrently.
2. Offer applies only to the purchase of at least $50 of eligible products, where Membership Rewards points are used for at least a portion of the purchase and the promotion code is entered at checkout. Taxes, gift-wrap, and shipping and handling charges do not apply when determining minimum purchase amount.
Another great deal from Amazon if you link your Membership Rewards points and use them to pay portion of your order of $50, you will get $15 off. Not bad especially if you have something that you need from Amazon totaling $50 or more and have an eligible Amex card.
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