Amazon Up To $100 Off Your Order Here’s How


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Amazon is back with this awesome deal! If you remember this from last time, you will want to hurry over to your computer and try to save it to your account here.

Amazon 20% off When Use 1 MR Point (Max $100)

Get 20% off when you use Membership Rewards points. (Max discount $100.)

Amazon 20% off When Use 1 MR Point

If you’re looking for American Express cards to earn Membership Rewards points consider the following:

Get 20% off eligible purchases when you use Membership Rewards points (maximum discount of $100). Follow the steps below to redeem your promotional discount:

1. Activate

Add this offer to your account by clicking the button below. Please note: you must click the button to redeem this offer.

2. Shop

Add one or more eligible items to your shopping cart. This item must be sold and shipped by Amazon.comto qualify.

3. Use points

Check out with your American Express Card and use Membership Rewards points for at least a portion of your order.

You will see this message:

This promo code is now activated and your points will be applied at checkout. Please continue shopping.
Happy Shopping!

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