By now, most readers will have heard about Amazon’s new incentive program.
Amazon announced a bonus for anyone who purchases a product on Amazon in the last 90 days, as well as $500 for a family member who is a member of the Amazon Prime family.
The program is also available to anyone who orders from Amazon through their Kindle app, and can be used on up to five devices, with the first $5 spent going to Amazon.
Amazon’s announcement on Tuesday also revealed that it will be offering bonus credits on purchases of Amazon Prime memberships through other platforms.
The company also unveiled a new bonus credit program for Prime members, allowing them to earn up to $250 in rewards from eligible products.
Here’s what you need know about Amazon Rewards points, rewards, and the new incentive.
Amazon points are a way to earn Amazon credits, or bonus credits, to buy products on Amazon.
They’re also an easy way to give back to Amazon customers who’ve already earned a credit.
A point is worth 1¢ per $1 spent on eligible purchases, and a bonus credit is worth 2¢ per purchase.
You can earn Amazon rewards by spending $25 on eligible Amazon purchases from Amazon, or by signing up for Amazon Prime, which gives you access to a wide range of benefits and benefits that aren’t offered through the Kindle app.
To qualify for a bonus, you need be a member and have Amazon Prime enabled on at least one device.
Amazon also announced that anyone who buys a qualifying purchase within 90 days of the purchase will earn up $500 toward a reward.
Amazon Prime Members earn up 2¢ to 2¢ for every eligible purchase, while members with Amazon Prime will earn $1.25 per $5.
Amazon points are also transferrable between eligible devices.
Rewards can be transferred to multiple devices, which means that you can transfer points to multiple Kindle devices and use them to buy items on Amazon on multiple devices.
If you’re a Prime member and use a credit on multiple accounts, you can earn a maximum of $250 worth of rewards per eligible purchase on one device, and $500 worth of credits on up a family members Kindle.
Rewards for Prime Members are transferrably between Kindle devices.
The first $500 in Amazon rewards is available to Amazon Prime and is worth a maximum $250.
Amazon Rewards are a great way to make Amazon a bit more appealing for people who might not normally consider Amazon a trustworthy online shopping destination.
Amazon rewards are transferable between devices.
They are also a great place to give away your Amazon Prime membership, because they have a higher rate of return on purchases, which you can track online.
You don’t need to sign up for a Prime membership to earn rewards.
If you are already a Prime Member, you still need to purchase eligible Amazon products through Amazon and you don’t have to buy through Amazon directly.
Amazon rewards are also available for eligible purchases through the Amazon app on other devices, but you can’t redeem rewards on those devices.
Prime members can earn rewards on eligible Prime membership purchases on up the family members devices (up to three devices), and up to three eligible Kindle devices, as long as they are on the same family member account.
Rewards are transfer-able between Kindle and eligible devices, and Amazon rewards will be transfer-free if you buy from Amazon directly, as it will only transfer credit earned on eligible devices and products.