Amazon Coupons & Promo Codes
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Shopping at Amazon? There are lots of great ways to save!
Amazon offers a price matching policy on cell phones and televisions sold through their site. Under Amazon's Price Matching Policy, if you find an identical item being sold on a competitor's site (see Amazon's Price Matching Policy page for the official list of qualifying competitors) within 14 days of the item's ship date, Amazon will refund you the difference.
While Amazon's Price Protection Policy isn't spelled out on their website, they will refund you the difference if the price of an item that you have purchased drops within 7 days of receiving the item. If this happens, you will have to contact Amazon's Customer Service department for the refund. Be advised that Amazon's Price Protection Policy is only valid on items sold and shipped through Amazon and does not apply to third party sellers.
Amazon has its own coupon section where you will find discounts for virtually every category on the site. These coupons are also listed on the homepage of their corresponding section. So whether you're shopping for kitchen appliances or office supplies, be sure to check out the category page for any available coupons and special offers that can be applied to your purchase.
Using the “Subscription Delivery” option on products you use all the time is another great way to save money at Amazon. Here's a a step-by-step video from Coupons.com's Jeanette Pavini explaining how you can opt in for subscription delivery for big discounts from online merchants offering this service.
In addition to coupons and promotional codes, Amazon regularly offers lots of other ways to save as well. Be sure to check out the Amazon Warehouse Deals, Amazon Lightning Deals, Amazon Prime Offers and Amazon Special Offers.
What are Amazon promotional codes? And how to get Amazon promotional codes?
Amazon promotional codes are online coupons that can be used at checkout to save money on your Amazon purchase. Simply enter the alpha-numeric code in the appropriate box on the checkout page at Amazon and the corresponding discount will be reflected in your total.
Coupons.com offers a variety of Amazon promotional codes for everything from apparel to kitchen appliances. You can also sign up for the Amazon email list to have promotional codes and coupons sent to your inbox as they become available.
What are Amazon Special Offers?
Amazon Special Offers are random deals that may include a discounted price on select merchandise, a buy one get one free offer on certain products or a promotion for a free gift or product with the purchase of a select item. These items can rotate, from Laptops to DVDs, Phone Cases, Boots & more. You never know what you may find!
How to get Amazon Lightning Deals?
Amazon Lightning Deals are easy to find, flash discounts on select products that last for a limited time – usually around 4 hours or less. To get in on Amazon's Lightning Deals, visit Amazon.com, click on 'Today's Deals' and find the Lightning Deal you want to take advantage of. Add the item to your cart and a timer will let you know how long you have to redeem the offer and make the purchase before the deal expires. You have to be quick to get in on the good deals, but you can use handy tools like the Amazon Lightning Deals Calendar and the Amazon Lightning Deals app to alert you to new offers so that you never miss out on a great deal again! Don’t forget these deals can also sell out, so it’s a race against time and other savvy shoppers!
During the holiday season, Lightning Deals are quite popular – and frequent – at Amazon so you want to be sure you don't miss out on any of them. To keep abreast of seasonal Lightening Deals from Amazon, you can download the Amazon mobile app to receive deals on the go, tune in to their social media pages for Lightning Deals announcements or sign up for the Amazon email list to have deals and special offers sent right to your inbox.
What are Amazon Warehouse Deals?
Amazon Warehouse Deals are discount offers on used, returned or refurbished items that are not able to be sold as “New”, but are still in great, usable condition. The Amazon Warehouse return policy is the same as the regular store return policy, in that buyers have 30 days from the date of purchase to return a Warehouse item for an exchange or refund. You can simply request the return online in your orders page, print return labels and someone will pick it up, it's that convenient. You can visit the Amazon website for more information about how Amazon Warehouse deals work.
What are Amazon Prime Offers?
Amazon Prime Offers are special member’s only deals and exclusive offers for shoppers enrolled in their Amazon Prime program. For a fee of $99 per year, Amazon Prime members will receive free two day shipping on eligible items, early access to Amazon Lightning Deals and other promotions, unlimited access to Amazon's video and music gallery and more. Check the FAQs on the Amazon website to find out more about Amazon Prime.
Insider Tips on Saving More at Amazon
Aside from these more popular ways to save at Amazon, there are also some lesser-known tricks to save even more – if you know where to look!
Amazon Mom – Amazon Mom is a savings club where moms can save 20% off baby care necessities like diapers and wipes purchased through Amazon every day. Members also receive exclusive money-saving coupons for baby care, personal care and house hold products plus a 15% discount on items from their Baby Registries list as well. The best part about being an Amazon Mom member? You also get a free 30 day trial of Amazon Prime, which includes all the perks of a paid Amazon Prime membership – like free two-day shipping on millions of items and unlimited access to Amazon's massive media library. Registration to Amazon Mom is free and access to these deals is instant, which means the savings start as soon as you sign up!
Amazon Student – It costs a lot to be a student these days, but the Amazon Student program makes it easy to save on essential student gear – and more. Like Amazon Mom, registration to Amazon Student is free and provides access to exclusive offers, coupons and discounts for student essentials. Amazon Student members also receive access to special giveaways, sweepstakes and contests, plus they receive a $10 credit for referring friends to the program, via social media and email. Amazon Student members also receive a free six month trial of Amazon Prime and most its perks (minus access to the Amazon media library). What makes the Amazon Student deal even better – is that, after the six month trial period has ended, students can extend their Amazon Prime membership at a 50% discount To qualify for an Amazon Student membership, a valid .edu email address and/or proof of current school/college enrollment status is required.
Amazon is the largest Internet-based retailer in the United States. Founded in 1994 by Jeff Bezos, Amazon was originally named “Cadabra” - and made its online debut in 1995. Amazon began as an online bookstore and within its first two months in business, had made sells in all fifty states and 45 countries around the world. (In case you're wondering, the first book ever sold on Amazon.com was Fluid Concepts and Creative Analogies by Douglas Hofstadte.) Amazon has since expanded its product line to include electronics, appliances, household goods, apparel and more.
Amazon.com has come a long way from their early days when employees would ring a bell inside the building to celebrate making a sale. Today, Amazon’s boasts nearly 120,000 employees and enough warehouse floor space to equal 700 Madison Square Gardens. Because of the tremendous amount of warehouse space there is to cover, Amazon now uses robots – in addition to their traditional staff - for retrieving items during the packing and processing of orders.
In addition to being just an online retailer, Amazon also develops and markets its own brand of products – like the Amazon Kindle readers – and is also a well-known provider of cloud computing solutions. Amazon's headquarters are based in Seattle, Washington with separate retail websites for the UK, Ireland, Spain, Australia, India, Mexico, Japan, Brazil, Germany, China, Canada, France, the Netherlands and Italy – with more international sites expected to launch in the future.
You can learn more about Amazon on Wikipedia and Wikidata.