Amazon Prime No Rush Rewards Increased Up to $4

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Amazon Prime No Rush Rewards

Amazon Prime No Rush Rewards Increased Up to $4

If you pay for Amazon Prime, and don’t really care about getting your items always as soon as possible, there’s a “hack” that can earn you extra credits. It’s called “Amazon No Rush Rewards” and it’s an option that many people often overlook.

Instead of getting your items as soon as possible, you can choose a delivery date a couple of days later and earn digital rewards. Normally you get up to $2, but now Amazon is offering up to $4.

Just choose FREE No-Rush Shipping when available and Amazon will automatically apply up to a $4 digital reward (applicable to select eBooks, digital music, videos, and apps) to your account once your order ships. You can use this reward by logging on to Amazon.com, or browsing your smart phone, tablet, e-reader, TV or streaming device. Find an eBook, Prime Video, Digital Music, or app from Amazon Appstore that you want to purchase and rewards will automatically apply at checkout. Offer redemption requires customers to be in the U.S. You can check your credit balance here (affiliate link).

Keep in mind that these credits have an expiration date, so make sure to not let them go to waste. The original email tell you how to redeem your rewards and when they expire. You can also see expiration dates in your No-Rush Rewards Summary dashboard.

Guru’s Wrap-up

There are some ways to play around with your orders so you can earn more of these Amazon No Rush Rewards. You usually need to have multiple items in your cart and it’s better if you place separate orders. They also need to be over a certain amount. But the main thing is to just keep an eye for FREE No-Rush Shipping at checkout and select it to earn rewards.

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