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Amazon AU 15% Cashback on All Categories (4pm-6pm AEDT Friday 25/11, Capped at $20 Per Member) @ Cashrewards


Hi everyone. A hot 2-hour Amazon Black Friday deal for our members with 15% cashback on every Amazon category, capped in total at $20 per member and valid for 2 hours only. Thanks for your support as always. Stay safe, and enjoy :)

Please read the following terms & tips carefully - it will save a lot of questions:

  1. 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.
  2. During the 2 hour promotional period, 15% cashback for Amazon Australia is capped at $20 in total per member account, irrespective of the number of transactions made. Valid 4:00pm to 6:00pm AEDT Friday 25/11/22.
  3. Purchases paid with gift cards are eligible for cashback.
  4. Purchases paid with any Amazon promotional credit as partial or full payment are ineligible for cashback.
  5. Cashback is ineligible on purchase of vouchers, gift cards, kindle unlimited, audible, mobile apps, recurring subscribe & save items (first order only is eligible), Amazon Prime subscriptions & renewals. Cashback is also ineligible on use of any codes entered manually in Amazon's 'Promotion Code' field, and on items purchased from your Amazon wish list or 'saved for later' list.
  6. Pre-orders are eligible for cashback only if the item is scheduled to be shipped within 60 days of purchase.
  7. Purchases from Amazon US/UK are eligible for cashback provided the transaction is made via Amazon AU.
  8. Your click from Cashrewards must be generated inside the 2-hour window, and purchase must be completed by 6pm AEDT. Return and click through Cashrewards for each new transaction.
  9. Amazon tracking typically takes 1-3 days to report into accounts (Amazon tracking is not instant).
  10. The offer is valid during the promotional period unless withdrawn by Amazon earlier. Amazon reserves the right to cancel, amend or withdraw the offer at any time at its discretion. The offer cannot be used on pre-existing orders with Amazon.
  11. For tracking success, ensure you disable 3rd party plugins (AdBlock, uBlock, Pi-hole, Honey, etc), VPNs, avoid browsers such as Brave, close any additional browser tabs, and don't click away to other sites looking for codes etc after clicking from Cashrewards as tracking will be lost. Cashrewards must be your last click (not 3-Camels etc). Try our iOS/Android mobile app for great tracking results. Use our Help Centre & Contact form here for any questions or issues.

Other terms to be aware of:

  • Cashback is paid on eligible purchases, excluding delivery, taxes & GST.
  • Category product classifications and eligibility for cashback are at the sole discretion of Amazon.
  • Amazon reserves the right to cancel, amend or withdraw this offer at any time at its discretion.

Important tips before you shop:

  • Ensure your Amazon cart is empty before clicking from Cashrewards.
  • Items added to your cart prior to clicking from Cashrewards will not earn cashback. Only add items after clicking from Cashrewards.
  • You must return and click through Cashrewards to Amazon for each new transaction.

Referral Links

Referral: random (4562)

$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 2022

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closed Comments

  • +32

    Great deal TA! Thank you on behalf of all OzBargainers who have been waiting for this deal

    • +96


      Max spend is $133.33 to get full $20 cashback.

      • +75

        146.66 because you usually don’t get cashback on the GST

      • ok fine, upvote for you 🤣

        @bargainsgrabber I hate you for the downvote😂

      • +8

        Hijacking the hijack

        Pro tip, do separate transaction for each item to ensure that your entire cashback isn't void when returning or cancelling

      • +1

        We need OZB to automatically calculate this and show somewhere inside the deal

        • +2

          We need OZB to automatically order stuff on our behalf so we don't miss out on Cashback, yet don't have the burden of figuring out what to buy.

    • +2

      Same here, got my gift cards from Aldi and been waiting for this deal, Thanks TA !

      • can it be stacked?

        • I don't see why not - cashrewards will only see the final price I would assume. But it would be 15% cashback on the reduced price, not cashback on the marked Amazon price and pay 15% off.

        • +1

          See point 3.

      • Says if you use gift cards you wont get cashback

        • +1

          Your brain is playing tricks Squeezy. Initially I read the same because that's usually the case.

          3. Purchases paid with gift cards are eligible for cashback.

          • @Igaf: Ohh that's good. Might neeed to run out and get aldi gift cards at lunch!

            • @SaberX: Loooong gone in most stores.

          • @Igaf: ah yes.. I just reread it properly.

  • Finally! Been waiting for BF CB special on Amazon. Already took the SB ebay offer.

  • Nice! Thank you TA!

  • +2

    YES. I was waiting to see if something like this would happen so I held off buying a few things (that I want, but not to the point of immediately).

  • +1

    Thanks TA! Will putting items aside in "Saved for later" and clicking "Move to cart" count?

    • +18

      Cashback is also ineligible on use…and on items purchased from your Amazon wish list or 'saved for later' list.

      • +8

        Sneaky b* st *rds. Really that should be in bold and CAPS

        • +9

          Please read the following terms & tips carefully - it will save a lot of questions:

        • I think this has always been part of the rules. It's right there on their portal page.

        • Agree it should be up there in point 1 bolded with added to Cart after clicking through, so misleading not putting it where it is expected. Cost me all my $20 last time and nearly did it again this time

      • So how do we do it? Delete from cart and add it again?

      • So will I need to go to product's page and add to cart from there or what?

        • I assume so


          • +1

            @HairyChickens: Yes, and same for eBay. These rules haven't changed, and are the same for normal cashback tracking on these platforms.

      • Can’t you just remove items from the ‘saved for later’ before purchasing?

        • +3

          Probably safer to remove them before you click through. Cashback is a dark art sometimes, little better than bait and switch.

      • Since when has this been in the fine print? I had items in my wish list before which I've purchased later on. Though I don't usually add items to the cart from the wish list, now I don't know if those purchases have tracked and paid out successfully. Hmmm.

    • I suggest avoiding Wish Lists and Saved for Later. Somehow Amazon knows what you're after and not offering the best price.
      I've kept a $400 item in my wish list for the last 5 days and finally decided to order it today. After literally 30 minutes I had another look at Amazon pricing and SURPRISINGLY the item's price dropped to $300. Coincidence? May be… may be.

      • +2

        Cancel the order and re order, duh

      • +1

        I doubt this. You just have terrible timing.

      • +1

        Keep your wish list in Camel Camel

    • +3

      "Move to cart" will not be eligible for cash backs.
      Kenb0 has risked his neck for us in the previous offer and here's the link


      The good news is, there's no need to delete everything from wishlists and saved for later. We just have to ensure we add to cart from the product page.

      I quote:

      **"Kenb0 on 22/07/2022 - 07:22

      @chrisie: Just an update for anyone else following this, during this promo, I did it both the recommended way and the way I outlined, and both have tracked fine. Just to clarify, the two ways were:

      1) make sure item is not in wishlist, click through to amazon from cashrewards and manually hunt for the item and add from item page
      2) specific item can be in wishlist, went to wishlist after clicking through to amazon from cashrewards and from them, click on the item in the wishlist and add to card from the specific product page itself, NOT add to cart directly from the wishlist."**

      Explains why I had always had troubles with cash backs from Amazon with these Cash Rewards deals! To CR's credit, they had resolved it for me every single time.
      They really need to make this clearer or they'll be constantly fending off folks like me!

  • Nice

    • arse.

      • Thankyou

  • +1

    Was just about to buy something from Amazon lol lucky I checked OzB

    • +1

      You're always too quick to bite ;)

      • +4

        How else am I supposed to get fat for the Colonel

        • +4

          If anything you're more hairy than fat

  • +2

    Thanks, SB may give further with 20%?

    • +1

      Don't think so

  • +7

    Purchases paid with any Amazon promotional credit as partial or full payment are ineligible for cashback.

    important one to note for anyone with recent $5 promo credit etc.

    • +6

      Just unselect the credit at checkout

    • -5

      Massive L for this deal then.

    • I inadvertently used the last $5 promo credit thing a few months ago when there was a similar offer and terms from CR and Amazon and it still tracked ok and was paid out no problems. Not suggesting you risk doing the same, I probably just got lucky.

      • The $5 credit got applied automatically and I certainly hope my transaction would count. Aiks.

  • +11

    Man this weekend has been terrible for my wallet, worse than any before. Anyone else?

    • Yes me. Bought new Kitchen appliances. Fark.

    • +2

      Yes, almost has delivery everyday
      Thanks to ozbargain ….

    • Yeah my credit cards are going to be painful next statement.

  • +1

    Already bought something with the $7 parcelpoint pick up discount :(

    • Thank you! I had forgotten about that, I'll definitely use it as well.

      • +1

        Wouldn’t using the code for that promo invalidate the cashback?

        • Ah yes, may be I am not sure.

  • +3

    Nice. In combination with the 10% off Amazon gift cards at Aldi makes it a nice bonus!

    • +2

      If you can find any. I have been to 3 stores and all sold out within minutes of the store opening.

      One guy told me one lady bought 20 of them by going into the store 4 times buying 5 each each time. I asked why didn't you stop her and he said there was nothing he could do.

      People are so selfish.

      • +2

        There was no rule against that so what makes it selfish? Just cuz she had a lot of money and boguht a lot of gift cards doesn't automatically make her selfish, I think you're only calling her selfish because you were unlucky, I bet if you had the chance to do the same and did it, you would casually brag about how much gift cards you bought.

        Stop the hypocrisy ;)

        • +1

          Seriously? Why do you think they advertised limits - which she was apparently permitted to ignore? While you're pondering that, why do you think they have deals like these in the first place? And, in the long run if the strategy doesn't work due to Mr and Ms Broden, what do you think will happen to such deals in the future?

          • @Igaf: Mr and Ms Broden haha, nice. I would purchase as many as I wanted though.

          • @Igaf: Then implement better rules, their fault they're so lousy.

            It's like saying "You can only take 1 thing at a time, and if you take more then we won't do anything to you anyway, please just take 1".

            • @LuslecGrace: So you agree she was selfish (or maybe addicted to chasing a bargain - yes, it's a thing) but her behaviour was the store's fault not hers? Gimme a break. You can't legislate for greed and selfishness. The vast majority of people understand and play by the guidelines. The most stark examples of this type of behaviour were seen during the pandemic.

              "Lousy"? You obviously have little understanding of business strategies and why limitations of offers are often necessary. The Golden Rule is a good starting point.

              • @Igaf: Her behaviour was not the store's fault, never said that, you're just trying to grasp anything at this point.

                But what I did mean is if a store doesn't counter that behaviour then don't complain about people being greedy, if its not against the law and you won't be fined or punished for something then no one can expect something to be done about it.

                Stop being so aggresive for something that doesn't need much logic, I would be singing your tune if it was wrong, but surprise surprise, it's not wrong.

                • @LuslecGrace: Bots wrote the first line of your last comment?

                  Stores have a legal right to, and can and do police particular behaviours. Why this store didn't we don't know. Logic has nothing to do with her behaviour or your excusing it.

                  • @Igaf: Again, blame the store for not taking legal action not a person that was allowed to do what they did.

                    I am in no way excusing her actions if it was wrong.

                    • @LuslecGrace: Extraordinary. Well maybe not, this is Ozbargain not Mastermind after all. You excused her action in your very first post. Was she "wrong"? Clearly, the limit was 5 per customer. Apologies. There's a tiny possibility she has multiple personality disorder I guess.

      • I just happened to be near a store (Frankston) so thought I'd check. There were still plenty there!

  • +2

    Great if you also bought the Amazon gc from ALDI

    • -3

      Bought and used $1300 already. Knew I should have picked up an extra 2 in case…

  • This is so good!!! I've been waiting for something like this, thanks TA

  • nice

  • +9

    $133 to make the most of it!

    • legend

    • Thanks! I hate working this out.

    • +4

      I think cashrewards don't pay out on the GST proportion of the cashback, if this is the case it would be $148 GST inc to make the most of it

  • Brilliant! Thanks TA :)

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