Online shopping has become a trend and a very good alternative to actually roam through physical stores. And among all online stores, Amazon is a popular retailer. On average, an Amazon Prime member makes purchases of about $1,300 in one year and there are even people that aren’t members and they spend about $700.
But spending this much money needs to be rewarded and what better option than getting a card for exactly that thing. Here is what credit cards you should use when you make Amazon purchases.
Amazon Rewards Visa Card or Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Card
These two types of cards will either give you 3% back or 5% (the Prime one) from what you purchase and they’re turned into points that can be used to redeem on Amazon.com. You can also get statement credit in $20 increments, use the points for travel rewards. You don’t have to pay an annual fee or a transaction fee. You can also use it at gas stations, restaurants, and drugstores and gain 2% back in points.
Amazon.com Prime Store Card
This card is only for shopping on Amazon and is exclusive for Prime members. On every purchase, Prime member will receive 5% back in reward points. These points can be redeemed on Amazon.com or as a statement credit.
Discover it®- Cashback Match™
This type of card has a different reward: it gives you back 5% back per $, but in in quarterly rotating categories that you activate. You don’t have to pay an annual fee, but it will earn 1$ cash back for non-bonus categories.
This card is similar to Discover It. It has the same 1% cash back in non-bonus categories and there is always Amazon.com in the rotating categories. It also offers $150 sign-up bonus.
AT&T Access Card from Citi
When you shop on Amazon you will get 2 x Citi ThankYou Points for a dollar. When you sign up you get 10.000 points that can also be used in other online shops.
Buy on Amazon.com with one of these cards and you’ll not only get the products you need, but you also get rewards that you can use later.