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Using this store card you can earn 5% back from Amazon, or if your purchase is over $149 you can opt for promotional deferred-interest financing and pay it off over time. This card is the Prime version of the Amazon.com Store Card, which doesn’t offer rewards or exclusive Prime offers.
Designed for cash back rewards or financing large purchases, this card earns 5% back on Amazon, unless you opt for a promotional financing offer.
Special financing and Equal Pay terms:
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Beware, if you choose a special financing offer and miss a payment or fail to pay off the entire balance by the end of the term, then you could be charged interest for the entire starting balance, and for the full length of the term. If you opt for the Equal Pay option you’ll have a monthly payment equal to the entire balance divided by the number of months for your term length. Other terms apply, but Equal Pay is generally a better option because there’s no retroactive interest.
This card has no annual fee.
You can only use this card for purchases from Amazon, but there are other Amazon cards you can use anywhere. Learn more in our post, Amazon Credit Cards: Are They Worth It?