Update, 3/1: More credits are expiring today 3/1 & 3/15, be sure to check your account here to see if you have credit so that you don’t lose out!
Many reports say they have better luck calling to get the credits converted, you can call Amazon at 888-280-4331.
I had no problem chatting with Amazon and getting a sitewide credit in exchange for my expiring credits. You can also try your luck calling Amazon. DDF members have been having success as well. Some reps are offering to give a credit if you can’t use them by the expiration date and are asking customers to chat back after they expire to get the credit. This will most likely be issued in the form of a sitewide credit.
Originally posted on 3/31/19:
Amazon offers No-Rush credits for Prime members if they agree to slower shipping options when they order Prime items.
The current round of Prime Now no-rush credits expire today.
Last year Amazon.com was allowing digital credits to be used for anything sold by Amazon, but that was a short lived glitch.
DDF member LNS pointed out last year that he was able to chat with Amazon to get them converted into credit that can be used on anything sold from Amazon.
I’ve been able to do that in the past as well.
Apparently it’s still working, as DDF member LoLo was able to get them converted into an Amazon gift card. Several other DDF members had success today getting the credit as a refund on a past order or added as an account credit.
You can click here to chat with Amazon and see what they can do with your expiring Prime Now no-rush credits. You’ll need to be using a desktop browser or you can request the desktop site from your mobile browser’s menu in order to chat. If you get the automated system you’ll have to click on the human to speak to a live agent.
You can also speak to an agent over the phone.
Post your results in the comments and don’t forget to HUCA (Hang up, chat again 😉 ) if you need to!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.