With Amazon Prime Reload you can earn 2 percent cashback on purchases

With Amazon Prime Reload you can earn 2 percent cashback on purchases

With Amazon Prime Reload you can earn 2 percent cashback on purchases

Prime Reload lets subscribers earn 2 percent cashback for making payments with a debit rather than a credit card. And then you can pay for your stuff on Amazon using that balance. What's more, Amazon knows that if you've got money lingering in your gift card balance, you'll probably be more inclined to spend it on something you might otherwise think twice about buying. Effectively, in return for preloading cash into your Amazon account, the retail behemoth is promising 2-percent cash back on whatever you buy.

More information on Amazon Reload and the other cash back credit cards is on the just revamped Prime Rewards section on Amazon's website. Sometimes, just to scare myself, I look at the summary of the past twelve months purchases through the retailer, and the amount of things I rely on it for always comes as a surprise.

In fact, Amazon Prime Reload is built on top of the Gift Card infrastructure that's already in place, according to the page detailing how the new service works.

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Beyond simply rewarding those who prefer to pay using debit, Amazon Prime Reload could also be seen as another way the retailer is reaching out to the lower-income shopper.

There are a few conditions that they set to get that rebate. You also need to give them your United States driver's license number for some reason, so minors need not participate.

Participants are required to provide Amazon with a USA bank account number, a routing number, a debit card number and a driver's license number.

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In addition you'll need to provide your USA driver's license number.

Amazon will give Prime members a bit more spending power if they're willing to ditch their credit cards. In addition to saving some money on its end, Amazon is willing to pass along a portion of the savings directly to Prime users in exchange for inconveniencing them.

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