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Old 01-29-2016, 08:24 AM   #21
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Thanks, rodi and audreyh1, for your experiences.
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I have this card and use it whenever there isn't a better deal going (ie the Chase Freedom one around Christmas).

I do a fair bit of credit card mileage/points/rewards and the one thing I don't think gets stressed enough is the good warranty policies of some of the better cards. I have learned the hard way to make purchases of things that are expensive or potentially likely to break, with my Chase premium cards like the Sapphire. They double the manufacturer's warranty. So, when I bought yet another component for my automatic gate opener (a keypad, this time), I made sure it was with a Chase card. Fast forward 13 months, one month after the manufacturer's warranty ended, and the thing goes kaput. It is super easy to file for the warranty replacement, and I got my check for $40 within about 5 weeks. The store cards don't usually offer this protection.
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We use the Amazon store card no problems. 5% statement credit each month and paid automatically. No annual fees or purchase tiers. I do not really care about customer service since I never call them.
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Back again......thought this was a done deal but evidently not. I thought I had a card and DW had her own. Then I just read somewhere that only 1 of us is the Prime member and eligible for the 5% rewards even tho both of us are eligible for Prime shipping. There is a chart that came w/ DW's card that compares the features of the Amazon.com store card and the Amazon Prime store card. Only one has the 5% rewards and I just noticed that only my card (Prime) has the 5% rewards feature. DW has the .com store card
(not Prime).

The other card only has deferred payment plans with no interest but if you forget to pay you get hit w/ big interest charges. I wonder if this a sneaky way to trick people into paying those charges and the source of online complaints ...........we never got a statement for DW's recent purchase although supposedly it was supposed to come in the mail......and payment date is tomorrow.

Can someone verify that only 1 person in the household can get the Prime card
(the Prime member)? Can the other person in the household use the Prime members card for Amazon purchases.
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Back again......thought this was a done deal but evidently not. I thought I had a card and DW had her own. Then I just read somewhere that only 1 of us is the Prime member and eligible for the 5% rewards even tho both of us are eligible for Prime shipping. There is a chart that came w/ DW's card that compares the features of the Amazon.com store card and the Amazon Prime store card. Only one has the 5% rewards and I just noticed that only my card (Prime) has the 5% rewards feature. DW has the .com store card
(not Prime).

The other card only has deferred payment plans with no interest but if you forget to pay you get hit w/ big interest charges. I wonder if this a sneaky way to trick people into paying those charges and the source of online complaints ...........we never got a statement for DW's recent purchase although supposedly it was supposed to come in the mail......and payment date is tomorrow.

Can someone verify that only 1 person in the household can get the Prime card
(the Prime member)? Can the other person in the household use the Prime members card for Amazon purchases.
Just have your wife add your card number to her account. That's what DH does. And we both get the discount. We checked with an initial purchase, otherwise he would have stayed with his 3% Amazon chase card.

We just have the one Amazon store card for the prime member, me.
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Many thanks for your wisdom and experience, audrey. Always feels better when the answer is battle-tested as yours is.

Don't know if it's by design or accident but on the amazon site, if I attempt a trial purpose, the label for default payment method is amazon.com store card (the lesser card) but the 5% rewards is clearly checked......so the name is confusing/misleading but it is comforting that the 5% rewards seems to be the default (not the free financing for extended periods). Now to make a real purchase to see what the rewards are.
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Many thanks for your wisdom and experience, audrey. Always feels better when the answer is battle-tested as yours is.

Don't know if it's by design or accident but on the amazon site, if I attempt a trial purpose, the label for default payment method is amazon.com store card (the lesser card) but the 5% rewards is clearly checked......so the name is confusing/misleading but it is comforting that the 5% rewards seems to be the default (not the free financing for extended periods). Now to make a real purchase to see what the rewards are.
I think that if a purchase is high enough, you are offered an option for the financing. Otherwise it's the 5% rewards. For me, the 5% rewards seems to be default. They may offer me the financing option, but I ignore it.
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I think that if a purchase is high enough, you are offered an option for the financing. Otherwise it's the 5% rewards. For me, the 5% rewards seems to be default. They may offer me the financing option, but I ignore it.
yes, you are correct. Thanks for reminding my failing memory....
it's $149 for 6 mo. financing; $599 for 12 mo. So will have to remind DW to be on guard for eternity..........do you know if you make a purchase over those thresholds, is 5% rewards still the default or do they make you choose?
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Okay, I have to admit that I rarely shop on Amazon (just an occasional book). What is everyone buying that would justify paying to be a Prime member?



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Okay, I have to admit that I rarely shop on Amazon (just an occasional book). What is everyone buying that would justify paying to be a Prime member?
Amazon is my go-to on-line store, but I will check other reputable places on most orders - Amazon is usually (but not always) as good/better in price. The "price Jump" extension helps with that.

However, I am not a Prime member. I rarely need anything quicker than their 'free' shipping, and the few times I might it would likely be cheaper to just pay the shipping.

Some people see value in the video/music streaming service, so that's another calculation.

What do I buy? A very diverse list - hard drives, SD cards, Blood Pressure Monitor, computer mouse, cell phones (+ cases, batteries), kitchen items, tools/supplies, misc gifts, a few 'toys' for myself...

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I buy much more from Amazon monthly than all other stores together, except local food stores. Many of the people I know are the same. Much of this is just replacements for toothpaste, floss, etc. Gifts too. It takes a while for middle aged females to accept that instead of buying a gift, taking it home, buying paper and ribbon, wrapping it and then walking to UPS to ship it to them they are going to get something from me courtesy of the poor but good enough wrapping by Amazon. Once I did buy gift wrapping by a downtown shop where Asian women made gift wrapping into an art form, and I admit that it was beautiful.

Prime is a big benefit for me. Also, I use the free prime movie streaming, particularly for entertainment while I row my machine.

Both my sons have been prime customers since they moved out of the family home. The US consumer is going to be so screwed if Amazon ever decides that it has cut out enough other sources for needed things to jack their prices. I might cause a depression!

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Okay, I have to admit that I rarely shop on Amazon (just an occasional book). What is everyone buying that would justify paying to be a Prime member?
A lot of grocery/drug store things are cheaper, and the subscribe and save also.

Things I get regularly include:
Shampoo/conditioner, other girly stuff
Pet food, litter

And then pretty much almost anything i buy, i price check on amazon first and they are often (not always) cheaper. The convenience of "oh i ran out of so and so" and it will just show up on my doorstep in 2 days vs. having to go to say Target for an unplanned trip is well worth it for me.

I also have a small home business so I buy a lot of shipping supplies there, and so Prime is a business expense!
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I buy a lot of books on Kindle, but we do buy a lot of things other than books. I find that if I check prices we often get the best prices on Amazon.

Things over the last couple of months:

1. We bought a 4k TV.
2. I buy Antep pistachios - by far the best price is on Amazon
3. Quest bars - much cheaper buying from Amazon than at the grocery store
4. Dog food - we just started buying it at Amazon. I was actually stricken when I saw how much cheaper it was than what we had been paying (so much money wasted!).
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it's $149 for 6 mo. financing; $599 for 12 mo. So will have to remind DW to be on guard for eternity..........do you know if you make a purchase over those thresholds, is 5% rewards still the default or do they make you choose?
I haven't had to choose and I'm not paying off any loan.
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One of the longer threads in "other topics" has various member purchases.

What is the last thing you ordered from Amazon?

For example, I recently reported ordering:
Chain saw replacement chain
stump killer
underwear.

It's truly amazing what you can buy on amazon... (FWIW - DH checked Home Depot for the chain and stump killer and they didn't have what he wanted.)
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Anyone know how to delete credit cards on the Amazon site? I finally figured out how to add my Amazon Prime Store Card (the no expiration date was puzzling to me) to DW's account and would like to remove her lesser Amazon.com Store Card so we don't use it by mistake for no rewards.

There is an obvious button to add cards but I don't see one to delete.
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Anyone know how to delete credit cards on the Amazon site? I finally figured out how to add my Amazon Prime Store Card (the no expiration date was puzzling to me) to DW's account and would like to remove her lesser Amazon.com Store Card so we don't use it by mistake for no rewards.

There is an obvious button to add cards but I don't see one to delete.
Go to your Amazon Account

Click on Manage Payment Options under Payments Methods in the Amazon Wallet section.

It will list your cards, and next to each card, on the right, is a down arrow. Click on that and you'll see options to Edit or Delete card information.
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Go to your Amazon Account

Click on Manage Payment Options under Payments Methods in the Amazon Wallet section.

It will list your cards, and next to each card, on the right, is a down arrow. Click on that and you'll see options to Edit or Delete card information.
Wow! A veritable fountain of knowledge.........Thanks, audrey.
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One of the longer threads in "other topics" has various member purchases. For example, I recently reported ordering:
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I don't buy that much, but I did sign up for prime when they had the $63 deal. I don't care about the shipping as I used to just leave stuff in my cart until I had enough for free shipping and would then order. I do like it for:
- video streaming
- 1 free kindle book every month (don't need to own a kindle for this)
- 1 borrow from the kindle owners lending library every month (do need a kindle for this)
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