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The Prime Visa already earns 5% cash back at Amazon and Whole Foods, and for a limited time, another retailer is joining that group.
Through Sept. 21, 2021, the card will also earn 5% cash back at Zappos, a major online shoe and clothing merchant. (Amazon owns both Whole Foods and Zappos.) Cardholders are automatically enrolled and don't need to opt in.
In addition to those rewards, the card also earns 2% back at restaurants, gas stations and drugstores, as well as 1% back on all other purchases.
The additional rewards at Zappos may make the Prime Visa even more appealing for people shopping online from home during the COVID-19 pandemic. The card's annual fee is $0, but you must be an Amazon Prime member to get it. Membership costs $139 a year ($69 for students).
You can apply the cash-back rewards to your next Amazon purchase, your statement balance or another bank account, or you can redeem them for gift cards or to book travel.
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