Amazon Prime No Rush Shipping Now Offering $3 eBooks, Digital Music, And Instant Video Credit On $3.01+ Orders

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Effective today, Amazon is now offering a $3 eBooks, Digital Music, and Instant Video credit if you are in no rush to receive your Amazon Prime order that is at least $3.01.

Just select the no rush shipping option at checkout.

The current round of credits expire 08/31.

You can check your Amazon promo credit via this link. Just click “check your balance” to locate your Amazon instant video/MP3 credits.

Amazon Digital Music Store
Amazon Instant Video Store
Amazon eBook Store

Unfortunately the only way to find the expiration of your credits is by looking in the original email that informs you of the credit posting.

You only get one $3 credit per Amazon order that you place, so breaking up purchases into smaller orders will net you more credits.

You can get a free trial of Amazon Prime here. A prime trial is also free with Amazon Mom (which also gets you 20% off diapers among other benefits) or Amazon Student.  Or you can always share Amazon prime for a fraction of the regular cost in this DDF thread!

HT: dhaumaru, via DDF

Amazon offers free shipping with $25+ orders or get free 1 day shipping on all orders with a free trial of Amazon Prime. A prime trial is also free with Amazon Family (which also gets you up to 20% off diapers among other benefits) or Amazon Student. EBT/Medicaid Cardholders can save on Prime Membership here.

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EB

You only get one $3 credit per Amazon order that you place, so breaking up purchases into smaller orders will net you more credits.

I don’t think this is the case. I processed an order yesterday for a bunch of different items. Amazon knew as I was checking out that the order would be broken up into multiple shipments and it allowed me to choose No Rush for two separate shipments in the same order ($6 credit.) Your statement is correct, however, if you are talking about a number of items that Amazon would ship together in one shipment.

AR

the only way to find the expiration of your credits

You can also find out by chatting with Amazon.

JCG

Amazon only showing $1 for me. Clicking on details confirms this perhaps its a targeted offer?

Akiva

I got this offer today for $3 and it gave me an estimated date to receive of a week from today.

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