Amazon Prime Members Only: Starting June 7 to June 20 spend $10 to Get $10 credit to use on Prime Day (6/21-6/22) when you shop from small business storefront
Starting June 7 to June 20 spend $10 to Get $10 credit when you shop from small business storefront.
&10 credit must be spent during two-day Prime Day (6/21-6/22).
Terms & Conditions
Prime members: Purchase $10 of select small business products between June 7, 2021 and June 20, 2021 and earn a $10 credit to use on Prime Day. Exclusions apply.
You’ll get $10 to spend on Amazon for Prime Day, starting June 21, 2021 at 12:00am (PT). Limit one per customer. See all terms and conditions below.
Frequently Asked Questions
What products are included in the small business promotion? Customers can shop tens of thousands of eligible products from a variety of categories such as home & kitchen, grocery, beauty & grooming, pet supplies, toys & games, electronics, jewelry, books, and more. Customers can find qualifying products at Amazon.com/supportsmall.
When can I use my $10 credit on Amazon? The $10 credit is valid for the duration of Prime Day – 12:00am (PT), June 21, 2021, to 11:59pm (PT), June 22, 2021. Prime Day Deals start June 21. The credit won’t be applied to purchases on Amazon.com prior to 12:00am (PT), June 21. See all deals at Amazon.com/primeday.
What can I spend my credit on? The $10 credit is good for purchases on Amazon.com or the Amazon shopping app. It does not apply to purchases of digital books, alcohol, Amazon Gift Cards, subscriptions, tax, shipping costs, gift wrapping charges, Prime memberships, digital products, or Prime Now orders. Other exclusions may apply.
How do I redeem my credit on Amazon? After you make a qualifying purchase from a small business, you will receive an email with information to claim your credit. Simply follow the instructions to claim your credit any time before (or on) Prime Day. After claiming your credit, the credit will automatically be applied to your purchase at checkout.
How can I check to see if I have the credit in my account? You can see if you have qualified for the $10 credit by checking the Prime Rewards Center at amazon.com/primedaycreditcheck.
Do I have to be a Prime member? Yes. This offer is only available to Prime members. If you’re not a Prime member, visit amazon.com/prime to become a Prime member before shopping small business selection in order to earn the credit.
What if I share my Prime benefits through an Amazon Household? The offer can be redeemed once per customer. Each Amazon customer in an Amazon Household can receive the $10 credit by making a qualifying $10 purchase as described above.
What if I return the small business product(s) I purchased to earn the $10 credit? If any of the products you purchased to earn the $10 credit are returned, you will lose your $10 credit.
What if I cancel the small business order I made to earn the $10 credit? If you cancel all or part of your qualifying small business order and you no longer meet the $10 purchase threshold, you will lose your $10 credit.
What if I return the product(s) I purchased on Prime Day with the $10 credit? If any of the products or content related to this offer are returned, your refund will equal the amount you paid for the product or content, subject to applicable refund policies.
Terms & Conditions (full)
To qualify to receive a $10 promotional credit (“Credit”) to spend on Amazon.com for Prime Day, Prime members must do one of the following between June 21, 2021 and June 22, 2021:
• Place a qualifying order of at least $10 by 11:59PM (PT) June 20, 2021.
• Taxes, gift cards, shipping costs, and gift wrap charges do not apply when determining the $10 minimum spending amount.
• The maximum benefit you may receive from this offer is $10.
• Credit valid beginning 12:00am (PT), June 21, 2021, and expires at 11:59PM (PT), June 22, 2021.
• You must be a Prime member at the time of purchase to qualify for this promotion and to redeem it on Prime Day.
• You will receive an e-mail from Amazon confirming the Credit has been added to your customer account. The e-mail will also provide instructions on how to redeem the Credit.
• Credit not valid for digital products (including instant video downloads, Kindle, eBooks, Digital Music, and Amazon Appstore apps), alcohol, Amazon Gift Cards, subscriptions, tax, shipping costs, gift wrapping charges, Prime memberships, or Prime Now orders.
• Offer limited to one per customer and account.
• Offer may not be combined with other offers.
• Items must be purchased in a single order and shipped at the same speed to a single address.
• Shipping charges and tax may apply to the full value of discounted and free promotional items.
• Credit discount will be allocated proportionally among all promotional items in your order.
• If any of the products or content related to this offer are returned, your refund will equal the amount you paid for the product or content, subject to applicable refund policies.
• If you cancel all or part of your qualifying order, and you no longer meet the $10 purchase threshold, you will lose your $10 credit.
• Offer is non-transferrable and may not be resold.
• If you violate any of these terms, the offer will be invalid.
• Amazon reserves the right to modify or cancel the offer at any time.
• Credit may not be used towards the purchase of Amazon Gift Cards.
• This is a limited time offer.
UkeDog last edited by UkeDog
@mrvietnam Could be renamed as the Amazon Prime Irony Award.
Having said that, I’ll likely still participate, as after all, I am a cheap b*strd!
I was avoiding subscribe and save items because I wasn’t sure if the $10 credit would only trigger when the item was billed upon shipping at the end of the month (my S&S schedule). While searching for a qualified item, I paused to reorder two of my regular S&S items… turns out one of them triggered this promo even though it ships from Amazon (but sold by a small business).
TLDR: S&S items qualify as long as it’s sold by a small business (even if shipped by Amazon).
george2001 last edited by
Maybe a silly question, but is there list of qualifying small businesses anywhere? Also, would there be anything on an items web page saying that the item I’m looking at qualifies?
Why do you need a list of qualifying small businesses? Just search within all items sold by small businesses.
On the product page of qualifying items, there “should” be a note that states " Save $10 on Prime Day when you spend $10 on small businesses today. Exclusively for Prime Members." However, Amazon has never been very careful about always including such messages when it comes to sales on select items. If you find it through searching their small business inventory, it should trigger the discount whether that note is on the product page or not.