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AmEx Offers: Amazon Prime Membership Spend $25, Get $5 Back


Limited to first 5000 cards to save the offer.
$5 back for $25 spend on Amazon prime membership, not products.

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  • its spending on amazon prime membership

  • Yeah targeted.

  • Looks like it’s targeted

  • targeted.

  • Thanks OP, got it on Amex Qantas Gold/Premium

  • So cancel existing membership and rejoin?

    • You’ve got 3 months to renew or add to your sub if you save the offer, no rush

      • So ones this is saved to your card, you can take your time to redeem it seems.
        I see expiration "20/01/2021".
        Not convinced yet if it's worth it or not.

  • None on my 10 Westpac and Discovery but plenty of the Catch offer $30 credit for $150 spend. Always hard to find anything I want there, maybe on grocery run.

  • Is there a way to pre-pay 4 months worth of Prime? 4 months would cost $27.96, which is the minimum to qualify for the offer, right?

    • FYI it's still more expensive than the standard annual rate

      • I see what you mean, but that's calculated based on a per-month cost. I don't really need Prime all year; more interested in having Prime during the holiday season.

  • Got it previous time (and didn't use it) which was around this time last year.
    Didn't get it this time.

    Frankly it's an awkward amount of cashback & minimum spend. Not saving anything on monthly subscriptions. But I guess it's $5 off the annual.

  • I got it on my Amex Qantas Premium
    Is this a once-off $5 only?

    I remember years before I got credit up to 6 months of prime membership? ($5 per month something?)

  • nice find,
    I did not get the offer though

  • It would be great if there was a way of splitting an annual membership $59 into 2 amex payments. Has anyone managed to do it?

  • Anyone got It on their essential Amex?

  • Nothing on DJ card

  • Guessing any card that's ever been used to process a Amazon Australia payment will not receive this?

  • didnt get the amazon offer but got apple pay spent $100 get $15 x 3 on my biz explorer so im off to coles now to buy the coles prepaid mastercards.

  • Have Catch and Microsoft offers, but no Prime.

  • That's a really weak Prime membership cashback compared to previous years.

    2 years ago it was 50% back max of $30, so on $59 annual prime fee you'd get back $29.50: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/391066

    1 year ago it was 40% back, up to $25, so on $59 annual prime fee you'd get back $23.60: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/469123

    This year it's $5 back on $25 spend, so on $59 annual prime fee you'd get back $5.

    That's a really steep drop. In previous years I'd try if possible to have an Amex open at this time of year in part to use this offer, but for $5 it's not worth it.

    C'mon Amex, how about $20 back on a $59 annual membership?

    • It's actually 100% back, but up to $5 :D

      • If you want to be pedantic, this year is 20% back, up to $5, with a minimum spend of $25 to get anything (ie you get $5 or you get nothing). It's a weak percentage, a low max dollar amount, and a min spend condition, which combines to have all the impact of a wilted lettuce leaf ;-)

        • Was just being sarcastic.

          But anyway, isn't Prime membership $59 for all? Why is there a need to set a minimum spend?

          • @browser: I know. I don't mind sarcasm, and didn't neg you.

            It's $59 as an annual fee, or $6.99 per month. So I guess their thinking is that it might just be possible to pay the Oct, Nov, Dec and Jan monthly fees, pay $27.96, and get $5 back. It's still a bad way to do it, as you'll pay more per month than paying the annual fee, assuming you can use it throughout the year.

    • My Prime annual subscription doesn't run out until February 2021 by which point the deal is over. It is also a very pitiful amount that I could not be bothered jumping through hoops for.

      Unfortunately I have already added the deal to my card which takes the offer away from a legitimate customer of the 5000 available offers. Does anyone know a away to unadd the deal to the card?