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Could be new sign ups only.

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Just as a FYI & I know this first hand since I contacted Amazon about it:
Amazon will not accept check cards (credit cards linked to a checking account) for Prime membership or the 30-day trial. You have to own an actual true credit card.

TheNastySheriff said:   Just as a FYI & I know this first hand since I contacted Amazon about it:
Amazon will not accept check cards (credit cards linked to a checking account) for Prime membership or the 30-day trial. You have to own an actual true credit card.
Strange then that I have used a VISA branded debit card (check card) for purchasing and renewing my Amazon Prime account. My only question is whether there is a way for me to still take advantage of this deal! Probably not, but one can wish anyway.

Doesn't look like it's available to Amazon student.

New sign-ups only

hammer45 said:   New sign-ups onlyI put in OP could be new sign ups only. thanks

anybody with an existing account try to cancel and then sign up with this?

If you cancel your Prime membership, the gift card value will be subtracted from any return credit, Gift Card or refund you receive.

Based on the way they worded this it sounds like if you don't renew they can technically take back the $10 credit. They probably wouldn't but you would have to remember to cancel on the EXACT day it expires and not a day earlier if in fact you didn't want to renew.

Bank of america credit card has $10 CashBack on Amazon prime subscription

Sonofspam said:   TheNastySheriff said:   Just as a FYI & I know this first hand since I contacted Amazon about it:
Amazon will not accept check cards (credit cards linked to a checking account) for Prime membership or the 30-day trial. You have to own an actual true credit card.
Strange then that I have used a VISA branded debit card (check card) for purchasing and renewing my Amazon Prime account. My only question is whether there is a way for me to still take advantage of this deal! Probably not, but one can wish anyway.


Check cards with Visa or MC logos on them can be processed as CC instead of Debit. That's why yours worked. They probably did not explain this caveat to previous poster.

mrodrig2 said:   Sonofspam said:   TheNastySheriff said:   Just as a FYI & I know this first hand since I contacted Amazon about it:
Amazon will not accept check cards (credit cards linked to a checking account) for Prime membership or the 30-day trial. You have to own an actual true credit card.
Strange then that I have used a VISA branded debit card (check card) for purchasing and renewing my Amazon Prime account. My only question is whether there is a way for me to still take advantage of this deal! Probably not, but one can wish anyway.


Check cards with Visa or MC logos on them can be processed as CC instead of Debit. That's why yours worked. They probably did not explain this caveat to previous poster.


Gonna have to contact Amazon again. Maybe I got one those really useless reps when I contacted them? Although he did say at the time that he went and checked with a supervisor. Will check again and post back.

Haven't had a chance to contact Amazon about the debit card issue, but something odd popped-up while I was making a purchase on Amazon today.

First, here's the Amazon stipulation in the rules about Prime:
Only credit cards are eligible for payment of your Prime membership. Do not sign up for Prime with a debit card. Also known as a "check" or "ATM" card, a debit card typically has the word "debit" printed on the face of the card.

Amazon Prime Terms & Conditions
(it's under "Fees & Renewal")

But while checking out today I got an offer to sign-up for Amazon Prime and here is the small print associated with that offer:
By signing up, you acknowledge that you have read and agree to the Amazon Prime Terms and Conditions and authorize us to charge your card (Debit Card ***-7145) or another available card on file after your free trial. Your Amazon Prime membership continues until canceled. If you do not wish to continue for $79/year plus any applicable taxes, select 'Do not renew' from Your Account before your annual renewal date.

One contradicts the other, so it might be possible to use debit cards after all.

nortotron said:   Bank of america credit card has $10 CashBack on Amazon prime subscription

Where did you find this? Is it in the Add-It-Up section? I cannot seem to find it. Thanks.

EDIT: Deleted due to my inability to read fully other replies.

nortotron said:   Bank of america credit card has $10 CashBack on Amazon prime subscription

Where? on BankAmeriDeals? I'm not seeing anything on my (previously MBNA card)



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