For the longest time, Amazon had no way to view a history of the Amazon Coins you spent and earned. That has finally changed. Head on over to the new “Your Coins Account” page on Amazon to view your current Amazon Coin balance and a record of all your past Amazon coin transactions. The page is by no means perfect, but it’s better than nothing. Transactions where coins were spent are clear and informative, but transactions where coins were earned still need some work. For example, the 500 coins I earned for watching a video is listed as “A special reward from Amazon” with no information about the promotion. The 300 coins I earned for buying snacks has an invoice link that doesn’t load the associated order correctly.
Amazon has also added a new dedicated page highlighting products that will earn coins. In addition to apps, this page includes movies, tv shows, music, and books that will earn you Amazon Coins when purchased. As far as I can tell, this is the only place where these coin deals are listed. This is a great way to convert digital media credit, like the credit earned from selecting a slower shipping method, into Amazon coins.