Amazon Adds The Ability To Check Your No-Rush Credit Balance

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Amazon offers Prime members the ability to earn a variety of credits for accepting a slower shipping method instead of 2nd day shipping.

Until now there has been no way to view those credits online, but Amazon has finally added a page to check on no-rush credits and to see when they each expire.

You can also view other Amazon gift card and credit balances here.

HT: troyarcher, via DDF

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10 Comments on "Amazon Adds The Ability To Check Your No-Rush Credit Balance"

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Crys

Awesome than you! Just discovered I have $35 I had no idea I had. I’ve never ordered from Prime. Can anyone share how to optimize? Sorry, but for this I’m a newbie.

Mike B

Finally!

Amir

Thank you!

nsx at FlyerTalk

I stopped accepting slow shipping 2 tears ago out of resentment for Amazon’s blatant attempt to multiply breakage of these credits. There must have been many of me, causing Amazon to realize that what they were saving in breakage they were more than losing in increased shipping costs.

karen

how do i access this feature directly from my amazon app/page? when i click on your link it takes me straight to the landing page…thanks!!

Moe

Article on how to optimize please!! Cheap sale items to order and meet minimum..

AB

Offers for no rush shipping credits have been getting so pathetic lately. Choose no-rush shipping for a $3 credit for “Happy Belly Nuts” ???? No thank you, Amazon ;(

H

Finally!!! Thanks Dan!

Nico Atienza

Finally? This has been around for months. Am I missing something here?

R

digital credits have always been viewable at this site:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html?docId=1000811661#gc

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