Get a $10 Amazon credit by changing your default payment method to an Amex card

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Amazon consistently offers ways to save money by using credit cards from issuers like American Express and Chase. And now some people might be eligible for an instant $10 Amazon credit if they select an eligible American Express card as their primary payment method. This is about as easy as it gets.

The terms state that “the promotional offer is valid for a limited time only from 12:00 a.m. PT on May 27, 2021 through the earlier of 11:59 p.m. PT on June 27, 2021 or while supplies last.” So you may want to check back on the link in a couple of days.

This offer expires June 27, 2021. Also, the credit will expire July 27, 2021.

You can check to see if you are eligible for this offer here.

Here are the instructions via Amazon:

  1. Click on the ad promoting this offer.
  2. On the 1-Click landing page, sign in to your Amazon.com account.
  3. Change your 1-Click default payment method to an American Express Membership Rewards Card by the earlier of 11:59 p.m. PT on June 27, 2021 or while supplies last.
  4. When prompted, ensure your American Express Card’s billing address is accurate by either confirming your billing address or adding a new billing address.
  5. After steps 1-4 are completed, the $10 credit will be applied to your Amazon.com account.
  6. To redeem the credit, make subsequent eligible purchase(s) with your eligible American Express Membership Rewards Card by 11:59 p.m. on July 27, 2021.

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