Amazon is an American technology company based out of Seattle, Washington. They are the largest Internet company (by revenue) in the world.
Amazon Credit Card Calculators
Learn about the earning rates, benefits, sign up bonus, and annual fees of Amazon credit cards. Calculate how many Amazon Points (also referred to Amazon cash back) you can earn based on your spend and compare the results side by side any cards featured on the site.
Amazon Points Calculators
Amazon Points Value
Amazon credit cards earn Amazon Rewards Points which are worth 1 cent each. Your options for redeeming your Amazon Points will vary depending on the card you have.
Cash back earned with the Amazon Prime Store Card can only be applied to your purchases at checkout or directly to your statement when signed into your account. Both options have the same effect of shaving the cost off your overall charges with Amazon. This is your only option for the store card.
Chase Bank Redemptions
Cash back earned with Chase Amazon Credit Cards are displayed as points. One cent ($0.01) is equal to one point. Points can be used to redeem purchases at Amazon.com. Points can also be redeemed for cash (starting at 2,000 points which is equal to $20), through an account statement credit, or electronic deposit into an eligible checking or savings account held by a financial institution located in the United States. Other redemption options include travel (flights, hotels, cruises, car rentals), gift cards, and more. Points earned with the Amazon Credit Card will not expire as long as the account is opened.
American Express Redemptions
Cash back earned with the AMEX Amazon Business Credit Cards are earned under the Amazon Rewards Program. Cash back rewards are tracked as points and every 100 points earned in cash back rewards will equal $1. This means that one cent ($0.01) is equal to one point. You can redeem points for eligible purchases at Amazon.com, Amazon.com/Business or towards a charge on your statement.