It’s a good idea to read all the information available on Amazon.com before you buy a digital coupon, and to get an idea of what’s offered by participating vendors before you make your final decision.
But if you want to know more about a particular product, be sure to ask a question on Amazon’s Ask a Question forum, or follow the company on Twitter.
Here’s what you should know before you commit to a coupon or digital converter: What is a digital discount?
A digital discount is an offer made to you through Amazon.
You may see a small offer that’s similar to what’s included in the retail price.
This discount is offered when you buy an item from Amazon or a participating retailer, and is valid for 30 days.
It will be applied automatically, as you shop, and will be billed at the final retail price of the item.
The offer may vary by retailer.
For example, if you buy something at Amazon for $19.99, the offer will be $19 off the final price.
For more information, see our review of Amazon’s Amazon Prime service.
How do I know if I’m eligible?
You can get a look at your account balance and your credit score at the bottom of the screen.
To see if you’re eligible, visit My Account or Sign in to your Amazon account.
For the most up-to-date details, go to the “About this Product” section on your account page.
If you’re not sure, check your credit history and verify your billing address at the top of your account.
If your credit report is updated, it will give you an option to view your credit card statement and other information.
What do I need to pay for my digital coupon?
If you have an Amazon Prime membership, you’ll need to buy a $49 value-added tax (VAT) rebate from Amazon to receive your discount.
You can check out details on how to get the rebate here.
If not, you can use the code: $49 to receive a discount of up to $20 per year.
What does Amazon say about digital coupons?
Some of the digital coupons offer discounts, rebates, and other offers on items that are sold by participating retailers, and they may have a different description than what’s listed on the Amazon.ca website.
For details, read our review on Amazon and its partner sites.
To learn more about digital credit cards, visit the FTC’s Online Credit Card Guide.
How can I get my own Amazon credit card?
You may be able to use a credit card that is associated with a specific retailer, or you may be eligible to get a credit from an eligible third-party issuer that has the same name and logo as Amazon.
If so, the retailer can provide a link to the card’s website that will allow you to apply for a credit on their behalf.
You’ll need the cardholder’s full name, Social Security number, and address to apply.
You also need to complete a credit application online.
If all the necessary steps are completed, you will be able access your account, and you can choose to cancel the account or change the credit card’s billing address.
To find out how you can apply for an Amazon credit, visit this page.
How much does a coupon cost?
For a digital or retail coupon, the discount or rebate will vary by the manufacturer and the product.
In most cases, the coupon is only valid for a 30-day period.
If the item is included in a retailer’s price, the purchase will be valid for the full retail price plus the coupon’s current discount.
In some cases, discounts or rebates are available for purchases of a certain type of item, such as books or magazines.
If there’s no discount or discount on a particular item, it’s possible to use another coupon or rebate to get your item.
For specific details, see this page on Amazon Payments.
When can I apply for credit?
You should apply for credits as soon as possible after you receive your coupon.
For instance, if the coupon was sent by e-mail or by mail, you should submit an application as soon you receive it, as the retailer will be notified by eMailservice within the 30-days following receipt.
The application is open until December 31 of the month in which the product is received.
The credit is available for the amount of the purchase.
In addition, if a credit is offered for an eligible purchase, the amount that’s eligible will vary.
If a credit offer is available, it is subject to change and may vary based on a number of factors.
For a more detailed explanation of credit eligibility, visit our Credit Terms section.
For your own protection, we recommend that you verify your creditworthiness before applying for a new credit card.
If it appears that you don’t meet the eligibility requirements, you may not be eligible for a card.