How To Check Your Amazon No-Rush Rewards


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With the holidays quickly approaching, now is a good time to rack up the Amazon credits in preparation for Black Friday deals! Did you know that many times when you are checking out with Amazon, you can select a slower shipping method for an Amazon no-rush reward. Here’s how to check to see what rewards you have available to use. It’s good to check these from Tim to time because they do expire.

How To Check Your Amazon No-Rush Rewards (Prime Members)

Prime Members Can Get a Little Extra Something With FREE No-Rush Shipping!

Get a promotional reward or discount on your order when you select FREE No-Rush Shipping at checkout. Don’t need your order right away? With FREE No-Rush Shipping, you either earn rewards on future purchases or receive discounts immediately, simply for agreeing to receive your order in 6 business days .

You can use your FREE No-Rush rewards towards purchasing a variety of things. Rewards can be used for buying eBooks on your wishlist, favorite movies on Amazon Instant Video, groceries and daily essentials on Prime Pantry, and just about anything else. You’ll see which No-Rush reward your order qualifies for in the offer at checkout. Rewards are automatically added to your Amazon.com account once your FREE No-Rush order ships, and they are automatically applied to qualifying orders as well. This is just another perk of being a Prime member!

How To Check Your Amazon No-Rush Rewards

Bottom Line

Check your Amazon no-rush reward here. 

Happy Shopping!

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Comments

  1. Thanks for this article. Amazon makes it very difficult to keep track of these sorts of “rewards.”
    That said, none of three links you shared to check the rewards balance seem to work. Just Amazon’s error page complete with pictures of dogs.

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