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Amazon Australia 12% Cashback on All Categories (Capped at $25 per Member, 4-6pm AEDT) @ Cashrewards


Hi everyone, and happy Cyber Monday. A hot deal for all our members with 12% cashback on every category capped at $25 per member. Please read the terms below carefully as it will save a lot of questions. Valid for purchases made from 4:00pm 30/11/20 to 6:00pm 30/11/20 (AEDT). Thanks for your support as always. Please stay safe, and enjoy :)

  • During the 2 hour promotional period, 12% cashback for Amazon Australia is capped at $25 in total per member account, irrespective of the number of transactions made. Valid 4:00pm to 6:00pm AEDT 30/11/20.
  • Cashback is ineligible on purchase of vouchers, gift cards, kindle unlimited, audible, mobile apps, subscribe & save items, prime subscriptions.
  • Ensure your Amazon cart is empty before clicking from Cashrewards, as items added prior to clicking will not earn cashback. Items must only be added to cart after clicking from Cashrewards.
  • Purchases paid with gift cards are eligible for cashback (not Amazon credit).
  • You must return and click through from Cashrewards to Amazon every time you make a new transaction/purchase.
  • Cashback is paid on eligible purchases, excluding delivery, taxes & GST.
  • Pre-orders are eligible for cashback only if the item is scheduled to be shipped within 60 days of purchase.

Ensure you disable 3rd party plugins and don't click away to other sites looking for codes etc after clicking from Cashrewards as tracking will be lost (feel free to try our recently updated mobile app). Note: Amazon tracking can take up to 4 days to report. Don't forget to refer-a-friend for $30 (they get $10) - tip: add your code to OzB’s randomiser. Check out our Help Centre & Contact form here for any questions or issues.

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$10 for referee and $10 for referrer, after referee makes $20 purchase within 14 days.

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2020

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  • Sweet, cheers TA.

  • +13

    yeh sure after i already bought! jfc

    • +1

      Same here - just made all my planned purchases at 10am

      • +1

        Get refund buy again

    • I think you can cancel order to get refund

  • +14

    $208.33 to get max benefit.

    • +14

      Actually it’s $229.17.

      • Is that minus GST?

        • +3

          You don’t get cashback on GST

      • +1

        ugh. gst.

    • +6

      excluding delivery, taxes & GST.
      So it's $208.33 exl GST or $229.16 incl GST.

      • +4

        exl GST, $229.16 or $229.17.. I'm confused now !!!

        • +6

          So if I spend $1000, would I still only get the max $25 cashback or will the remaining $770.84 that was spent use the usual 5% cashback for electronics?

          e.g. SPEND $1000 on Electronics (Usually 5% Cashback)
          $229.16: Gets 12% Cash back (totals $25.00 which is the cap)
          $770.84: Gets 5% Cash back (totals $38.54)

          Total Cashback: $63.54

          Would that be right? Or would I only get $25 cashback on the $1000 spend?

  • +7

    Time to stock up on Amazon GCs via Zip for extra 10% off

    • +2

      Didn’t neg but does that work?

      • +3

        Yes it does, you can get $500 worth of gift cards and only pay $450. Then the 12% cashback on top. Not sure why he is being negged..

        • That’s neat. Wish I did that instead of buying things with zip directly. Would have made use of the full $500 too

        • Cashrewards don't work on gift cards i thought? It even says so in the OP.

          • +2

            @No Child Support: You can't get cashback if you purchase a gift card. However, you can get cashback if you use a gift card to purchase.

          • +2

            @No Child Support: His/her post isn't clear. They are going to buy the Amazon GCs via Zip, and then purchase goods on Amazon and pay using those GCs during the upsized cashback period.

            • @Charlie Dont Surf: With the Zip pay 10% off, if I purchase 2 x $500 Amazon Gift cards seperatly, will I get the $50 cashback cap twice? E.g. one for each order or can you only hit the cap once?

              • +3

                @graceyym: "You may spend more than $500AUD during the Offer Period and still be eligible for the Offer, however the 10% credit back is limited to a maximum of $50AUD."

                It looks pretty clear that the $50 cap relates to your Zip account overall, not the particular purchase on Amazon. So I would say you should limit it to $500 to be sure. Just my reading of it, though.

            • -1

              @Charlie Dont Surf: Can you not just pay with Zip or does it not stack with CR?

              • +1

                @Geoff-bargain: The idea is to buy Amazon gift cards and pay for them with Zip (getting your 10% saving there) and then purchasing on Amazon through thr CW portal to get the additional 12% cashback thus arvo.

                But, yes, what you say shoukd work without any drama. You just don't get the max benefit from Zip of $50.

    • Does ZIP do credit checks?
      I'm sure it's been asked before.

      • +5


    • Can you actually withdraw that 10% from Zip, making it a 10% off, (so you pay 90% for the purchase)

      or is it more like get 10% Zip credit with your purchase kind of thing? (so you pay 100% for the purchase but get 110% worth)

      • You pay 90% of the purchase. Say product costs $100. You get charged $100, and you get a $10 credit leaving your outstanding balance at $90.

        • Hmm… Maybe I checked the wrong articles but they don't seem to give you back the 10%.
          From my understanding it still seems to be pretty much a "we will give you 10% credit for future purposes" kind of deal.
          So it fits more into the category of "paying 100% and getting 110%". Not "pay 90% and get 100%".

          Another thing I noticed is that on their website it says that they have an account fee: $6/month waived if you have no balance.
          And on Canstar this is what they have said:

          Zip Pay charges a $6 account keeping fee if you have a balance on your account

          So whatever I end up saving from this 10% zip pay credit bonus, will end up into their pockets monthly if I don't spend it off right away? Is this correct?

          Sorry if I am being excessively cautious but this is the first time I am going to be using an online credit card, where I won't have a bank to talk to if I have issues.

          Edit: After looking through some pages of user comments I have managed to resolve some of my queries.

          Edit 2: Decided to yolo it, everything went BETTER than expected! It was indeed a pay 90% and get 100%. You get credited the cashback before you need to make payment!

    • Do Zip transactions impact the credit history if the amount isn't paid back timely?

      • If you don't pay on time by Zip rules ($40 min by due date I think) it will likely impact the credit history.

  • legend

  • +22

    Got so excited, then saw $25 cap :(

    • +8

      Same - I just got $60ish back from Shopback on Friday.
      CR need to up their game!

      • +6

        I will still stick with CR. SB is way too dodgy for me

        • Yep agree. Got a suspicious login on my Spotify account due to SB. Never again.

          • @neo: I’m curios how did someone access your Spotify account as a result of ShopBack? I remember SB got hacked or something but not sure of full details

            • +14

              @JAF: Wouldnt have been a problem if OP didnt reuse the same password for everything…

            • @JAF: Probably similar login details for both accounts.

  • +1

    So Cashrewards app >> Amazon app will work in tracking the transaction?

    • cashrewards app can't open Amazon app, it will only take you to amazon mobile website.

  • Good job TA.

  • -1

    If this was capped at $35, I would cancel my preorder during SB's cb

  • S&S?

    • +2

      Cashback is ineligible on purchase of vouchers, gift cards, kindle unlimited, audible, mobile apps, subscribe & save items, prime subscriptions.

      Think it’s a no go

      • Purchases paid with gift cards are eligible for cashback (not Amazon credit).

        It states that above here

        • On purchases of gift cards vs purchases made with gift cards

  • -1

    Sorry for the stupid question but does "All Categories" cover Mobile Phones?

    • Yes

      • +1

        Thanks FireRunner!

    • That's not a stupid question.

  • +1

    Quick question - does cashback apply for Amazon UK items sold on Amazon AU?

    • Yes it does

  • +1

    Does it include items sold by 3rd party but fulfilled by Amazon?

    I tried buying something during the $10 bonus from $10 spend during Black Friday in Electronics category that was immediately denied once tracked?

  • +5

    If I buy $1000 of stuff that has a normal rate of 5% cashback during this time, how much cashback would I get?

    Is it $25 total, or 12% on the first $208 ($25 cashback) then 5% on the balance, or 5% on everything?

  • Maybe Xbox Series S Console with this $25 and $15 off for 3% gift cards at $460 is ok .
    No needs full 12% on it :)

    Not for me but its going to fall .

  • -1

    50% Cashback but capped at $25 seriously

    • 50%?

    • +2

      80% cashback, capped at 50 cents.

  • Thanks mate!

  • bring ebay back too please

  • +2

    This should be stack with zip 10% as well right

    • +1

      it shuld be….i bought during Shopback offer and it stacked.

  • +1

    A shame that’s it’s capped at $25 per account.

    • +1

      Say if I purchase something for $1000 from Amazon which already has a 5% cashback via cashRewards, do I get 12% cashback up to the cap value ($25) and the remainder will be at 5% as per normal Cashback or will I still only get $25 max cashback ?

  • +1

    Anyone know does it include items from Amazon UK via AU?

  • +2

    Good job giving us a 2 hour window to shop. Had one question - if we use coupons (like new user 20 off 79 or 10 off App only coupon), is the transaction still eligible for cashback?

  • great

  • +2

    will this include stuff sold by Amazon US through the au app?

  • +1

    those condom deals this morning are looking even cheaper :)

  • Cashreward still hasn't tracked my Amazon transaction from last week. Delays with Amazon tracking?

    • Two of my transactions on last Friday (uniqlo and dan murphys) weren't tracked on cashrewards while the other 2 from shopback got tracked. Never had problem with cashrewards tracking before though.

  • +2

    Buy from Amazon Australia but ship from US OK?

    • yes, please let us know if this is ok

  • Will I still be eligible if I apply the $10 off Amazon mobile app code?

    • No. Don't use Amazon app if you want cashback.

  • Hi,
    In regards to the cap on the recent under armour 30% CASHBACK of $25. Does that apply to per order or per account.


    • What 30% CB on UA? I don't see it.

      • I think it was yesterday?

        • I didnt see it, ohwell most of the good stuff is long gone.

          • @Adelv: Shopback has it up again.

            • @ATangk: thanks, everyone is basically sold out which is good but theres a pair of shoes!!

      • https://www.shopback.com.au/under-armour

        Its from 12-4 so not sure why you don't see it.

        • This post was under cashrewards.com uh I did end up finding it under shop pack

  • Dam, I already bought my PS5 :L

    • I highly doubt theirs ANY PS5S IN STOCK

      • Me too, not til December at least. Mines shipped already so its not worth waiting just to save $25.

  • +5

    Will I get cashback if I pay via zippay

  • If tracking tracked, I could get
    HyperX CloudX Flight for $150 after CB!

  • Would've been nice to get this CB % on Black Friday :-(

  • Looking for clarification on "Purchases paid with gift cards are eligible for cashback (not Amazon credit)." please.

    Under My Amazon account, Gift Card screen: https://www.amazon.com.au/balance?ref_=ya_d_c_gc
    It says: Your Gift Card Balance: $xx"

    For cash back purposes, is this considered a Gift Card purchase or an Amazon Credit?

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