Here’s how to get $5 back for every $100 you spend on Amazon

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Amazon and Chase have co-launched a credit card for Amazon Prime members.

Amazon and Chase, the credit card division of JPMorgan Chase, said the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card provides 5% back on all purchases.

The card also provides 2% back on purchases at restaurants, gas stations and drugstores, and 1% back on all other purchases.

This is not a discount, but rather a credit that can be applied to other purchases at

According to Amazon, a purchase of $1,000 on would earn $50 that could be redeemed on future purchases.

The Chase card is different from the card that was already available, according to an Amazon spokesman, because it gives the customer credit for non-Amazon purchases.

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  • Little Mary

    Be aware that Amazon Prime starts out free and then bill your credit card for a $100 dollar membership, which rounds up to $106 after Michigan sales tax. Like Facebook, once you’ve signed up to Amazon Prime, it’s almost impossible to get out. This is government sanctioned bunko.

  • Bob

    I am a prime. I have opted out of the prime membership several times without any problems.

    I have an Amazon Chase charge card. I charge everything on it. I get back somewhere between $25.00 and $50.00 every month, which more than pays for the prime membership and you get lots of perks with Amazon prime membership.