If you currently have Amazon Prime or you've been considering grabbing up Amazon Prime, the Amazon Prime Credit Card will be the card you will want in your wallet. It earns a very generous 5% cash back on Amazon purchases. In addition to Amazon, it also earns 5% back on Whole Foods Market along with 2% back on other everyday categories such as restaurants and gas stations. If you're not looking to get Prime but still want to earn cash back on Amazon, Whole Foods Stores, and other categories, you can get the Non-Prime Version of the card.
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The Amazon Prime Credit Card features five bonus categories which are Amazon purchases, Whole Foods Market, restaurant, gas station, and drugstores. There is no limit to the amount of cash back you can earn using this card.
- 5% Amazon
- Includes digital downloads, Amazon.com Gift Cards, Amazon Fresh orders, Amazon Prime subscriptions, and items sold by third-party merchants through Amazon.com’s marketplace.
- 5% Whole Foods Market
- 2% Restaurant
- 2% Gas Station
- 2% Drugstore
- 1% Non-Category
Perks & Benefits
The Amazon Prime Card comes with basic suite of Visa Signature and Chase Bank standard benefits.
- Visa Signature Benefits
- Visa Signature Luxury Hotel Collection
- Visa Signature Concierge Service
- Travel & Purchase Coverage
Sign Up Bonus
The Amazon Prime Credit Card comes with a $70 Amazon.com gift card upon approval. This gift card will be attached to the Amazon.com account.
The annual fee for the Chase Amazon Prime Credit Card is 0, but it will require you to have Amazon Prime which is $119 per year. I wouldn't get the card strictly for Amazon purchases since the Amazon Prime Store Card can do just as good, but if you want to earn Amazon Points on Whole Foods Stores and the other categories as well as receive the Visa, travel, and purchase coverage the card offers, it could be worth grabbing up.
Authorized User Fee
There is no fee associated with adding an authorized user to the Amazon Prime Card.
Foreign Transaction Fee
The Amazon Prime Card does not have a foreign transaction fee meaning you can use this card internationally without worrying about being penalized.
You can use the rewards calculator to calculate how many points, miles, or cash back you can earn based on your spend per category. This calculator will also give you the dollar value of the card based on the value of the rewards earned and how much each benefit is worth to you, minus the annual fees. You can click the Compare A Card button to compare this card side by side any other card featured on the site within the same calculator.
Note! All category spend entered in the primary card's column (first column when comparing cards) will carry over to all credit card calculators on the site. This means you will not have to re-enter the same information again and again when browsing during the session.