Amazon Prime Day is slated for June 21-22. If you can’t contain your excitement, put that energy to use by racking up free credits that you can spend during the mammoth sales event.
Right now, you can get up to $38 in free Amazon credits just in time to use during Prime Day. (Note that these deals may not be available to everybody, and you might have to log out of your Amazon account to see these offers.)
Here are the opportunities to score the freebies — but act fast, as they won’t be around long.
$5 credit for joining Prime via Echo
If you have an Echo device but are not yet a Prime member, you can get a $5 Amazon credit if you sign up for Prime via the device. To collect, you will need to:
- Say the phrase “Alexa, sign me up for Prime” to your Echo device.
- Respond “yes” when Alexa asks you if you want to start your new Prime membership.
Shortly after doing so, a $5 credit will be automatically applied to your Amazon account. Get more details here.
$10 credit for shopping small businesses
If you are a Prime member and spend $10 on products from small businesses now through June 20, you will get a $10 Amazon credit via email.
The credit can only be spent during Prime Day. To learn more, visit Amazon’s “Support Small” webpage.
$3 credit for joining MyPanera
Prime members who sign up for Panera Bread’s rewards program, MyPanera, will get a $3 Amazon shopping credit and 40% off a Panera Bread online order during Prime Day. Find out more here.
$20 credit for trying In-Garage grocery delivery
As we have reported, if you are a Prime member who signs up for and tries Amazon’s free In-Garage Delivery, you will get a $20 credit to use with the online retailer.
In-Garage Delivery now lets you get Amazon Fresh and Whole Foods Market grocery orders delivered to your garage, as you can with all your other Amazon deliveries.
For more, read “Try This New Amazon Prime Perk and Get a $20 Credit.”
Looking for more ways to score Amazon freebies? Read “8 Ways to Get Amazon Gift Cards for Free.”
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