Amazon Prime day is taking place July 12 and 13.
Here are five tricks to save you extra on already great deals.
How can I save extra money on Prime Day?
Amazon is promoting this savings day by offering credits to Prime members. Simply by doing a few Amazon-oriented tasks, you can get free money to spend on already discounted items.
- You can earn a $10 credit by collecting four Prime Day Stamps. In order to get a stamp, you must complete a set of tasks: make a Prime-eligible purchase, stream a show on Prime Video, listen to a song using Prime Music, and borrow an eBook on Prime Reading. To participate in the promotion, you must go to Amazon’s Prime Stampcard page and select “activate your Stampcard.” After you collect all four stamps you should see credit appear in your account within 24 hours.
- Get $5 for going to the movies. Amazon is offering Prime members a $5 credit if you purchase a movie ticket through Atom for the Pixar film Lightyear. You can get an additional $5 for buying Buzz Lightyear merchandise. Stuffed animals, figurines, card games and LEGO sets are said to be included for the promotion.
- There another $5 credit available for watching a movie. Prime members that buy tickets to see Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis in theaters through Atom before July 13 with the code ELVIS will get the credit.
- If you visit Amazon’s Affirm webpage you can get a $2 credit to use during Prime Day, just for visiting the site. Affirm has partnered with Amazon by offering payment plans for larger purchases. This way you can get prime deals now, but pay later.
- Get $20 for backing up your pictures to Amazon photos, but you’ll have to do it by July 13 to get the credit. The $20 credit must be used on a purchase of $40 or more, but can’t be used towards purchases from third-party sellers, digital content, or gift cards.