Prime Members: Get $5 eBook Credit When Spending $20 on Kindle eBooks


Kindle Credit

Amazon has rolled out yet another promotion for Prime members.

From now until July 14th, Amazon Prime members that spend $20 on Kindle books can get $5 in ebook credit back.

Please note that you have to activate the offer on the promotion page before the $20 worth of purchases will count.

All Kindle ebooks are included in the deal, except pre-orders.

According to the terms, Amazon will send an email within 4 days of activating the offer and spending $20 on Kindle ebooks with conformation that the promotional credit has been applied to your account.

Then the $5 credit will automatically be applied to your next Kindle ebook purchase, and it has to be used within 30 days.

If you don’t have Prime you can sign up for a free 30-day trial.

This is already the third active Kindle-related promotion for Prime members this month.

The other two Kindle promotions for Prime members include getting 3 months of Kindle Unlimited for free, and Amazon is also giving away two free ebooks from this month’s First Reads selection.

See the terms and conditions for more details:

Spend $20 and Get $5

6 Responses to “Prime Members: Get $5 eBook Credit When Spending $20 on Kindle eBooks”

  1. What about the (current) Kindle Unlimited people? Anything for us?

  2. If I activated it today, does the books I bought on July 5th count towards the $20.00?

  3. Will it count if I use $20 “No Rush Credit” to buy $20 worth eBooks on Kindle store.