20% off Amazon Baby Products with the Amazon Credit Card

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If you are currently an Amazon.com Rewards Visa card member, you can get 20% off select strollers, car seats, and baby gear (up to $250 spend, so $50 off total). Amazon runs these promotions often for their credit card members, which is a great perk.

To get the savings:

  • Add the qualifying items to your card
  • Select your Amazon.com Rewards Visa card as your payment method at checkout
  • Enter promo code BBY20ARC in the “Gift Cards & Promotional Codes” box. You will then see “Promotion Applied” in your Order Summary. (the code will not work if you do not use the Amazon credit card, I already tried!)

Is the Amazon.com credit card worth it? I’ve been asked this question before and while you get 3% back on all Amazon.com purchases, I’d prefer one of the Chase Ink credit cards that can ultimately get me 5% cash back or 5x points. At office supply stores (i.e., Staples), you can purchase Amazon.com gift cards and get 5% cash back or 5x points (depending on the Chase Ink card you use). One of the perks of all Chase Ink cards is that you get 5% cash back/5x points on all office supply purchases (regardless of what you are purchasing!). While that complicates life a little, I personally think it is an easy extra step that will get you many more points on Amazon.com purchases. Although, you are not eligible for these 20% off promotions that are exclusive for card members. You can read more about these Chase cards here.


Anyone able to take advantage of this?! Enjoy your savings on baby items!

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