Amazon Gives New Prime Cardholders $200, No Strings Attached

Funto Omojola
By Funto Omojola 
Edited by Erin Hurd

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Just in time for holiday shopping season, Amazon is once again delivering big gift card bonuses. Through Dec. 4, 2023, Amazon Prime members who apply and are approved for the Prime Visa will instantly get a $200 Amazon gift card.

Unlike many new credit card incentives, there's no spending requirements to meet. That’s $200 that you can use however you want with the retailer — from getting all your gift shopping done to buying some last-minute turkey day ingredients from Amazon Fresh.

Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card
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In addition to the limited-time bonus, holders of the Prime Visa can also earn 10% back in rewards on select products from eligible gift guides through the retailer’s Prime Card Bonus offer. Eligible products include toys, electronics, kitchen appliances and more.

The Chase-issued card earns the following cash back rewards:

  • 5% back at and Whole Foods Market.

  • 2% back at restaurants, gas stations and local transit, including rideshare.

  • 1% back on all other purchases.

The card charges an annual fee of $0 but requires a Prime membership, which costs $139 annually.

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