I’m a savings pro – my five sneaky tips for Prime Day can save you even more on the best deals, including up to $20 off
A SAVINGS pro has revealed five sneaky tricks that can save you even more on already amazing deals this Prime Day.
Taking place on July 12 and 13, Prime Day is fast approaching.
Amazon is promoting savings day by giving away credits to Prime users.
By completing an assortment of Amazon-centric tasks, you can earn free cash to spend on already heavily discounted items.
First, you can get $10 credit by collecting four Prime Day stamps, SFGATE has revealed.
To get a stamp, you must complete these four tasks: make a Prime-eligible purchase, stream a show on Prime Video, listen to a song with Prime Music, and borrow an eBook on Prime Reading.
SFGATE reported that to participate in the promotion, you must go to Amazon’s Prime Stampcard page and click “Activate your Stampcard”.
After collecting all four stamps, you will apparently see an Amazon credit appear in your account within 24 hours.
You can also get $5 back by taking the kids for a movie day.
Amazon is giving Prime members a credit if you buy a movie ticket through Atom for the Pixar movie Lightyear.
According to SFGATE, Prime members can also get an additional $5 for purchasing Buzz Lightyear-related merchandise on Amazon.
Products would include stuffed animals, minifigures, card games and LEGO sets.
The outlet noted that those who don’t want to spend money to get money can take advantage of another offer.
Visit Amazon’s Affirm webpage and you’ll get a $2 credit to use during Prime Day.
Affirm has partnered with Amazon to offer monthly payment plans for larger purchases.
This way you can get Prime offers now and pay later.
You can run to the cinema a second time to collect a $5 credit.
Prime members can get cash to buy a ticket to see Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis in theaters via Atom before July 13 with the code ELVIS.
And finally, shoppers can get a $20 credit for backing up photos to Amazon Photos.
You must upload at least one photo by July 13 to get the credit.
SFGATE noted that the $20 credit must be used on a purchase of $40 or more and cannot be used for purchases from third-party sellers, digital content, or gift cards.
This comes after we revealed the kind of deals you can expect for Prime Day 2022.