Amazon has already launched their Early Black Friday Sale and while there might be a few great deals, one of the best ways to truly get a deal is to double or triple stack your savings. So before you go shopping, you’ll want to make sure to reap any extra credits, promotions and coupons you can.
But, before you you go shopping, you’ll want to make sure to read this ultimate guide to stack your savings. In fact, you can get as much as $80 off your purchase just by using the right credit card.
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Reload your Amazon.com gift card balance
Add funds to your Amazon.com gift card balance and you can earn an extra $1w when you load $100. This bonus offer is only valid for your first reload.
Activate your Amex Offers
If you have an American Express Membership Rewards earning credit card, check your Amex Offers to see if you were targeted to earn an extra 5 points per dollar spent. If so, this is a great opportunity to earn an extra 10% return on your purchase (up to $500 spent), as long as you value your points at 2 cents apiece.
Spin the wheel
On a daily basis between Nov. 21 and Nov. 28, 022, you can spin a wheel on the Amazon app and earn up to $20. The credits must be redeemed through the app within 7 days of winning. I won $20 on the first day, but nothing on Day 2.
Use your American Express points
If you are an Amex Membership Reward cardmember, you might be in luck! Currently, Amazon is offering a promotion where you can receive 50% off your purchase, up to a $80 savings. This is a targeted offer, so you’ll have to check your account to see if you’re eligible. You also might find a different offer as well. For example, I was targeted only for a 10% off offer, up to $10 in savings. To take advantage of this offer, you only need to use 1 point.
Use your Chase points
Similar to American Express, Chase is also offering a promotion to save money at Amazon, but it’s not as lucrative. Targeted cardmembers can receive 50% off, but the cap is either $10, $15 or $20 in savings. I personally was targeted for a $10 savings. The only difference from the Amex promotion is that you must use 100 points, instead of a single point. When making your purchase, put in .80 cents to get to the 100 point mark.
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Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. All prices are accurate as of Thurs. Nov. 22 at 10:00am EST.