Your Amazon “No Rush” credit from Prime Day expires today

If you made any purchases on Prime Day and selected the slower “No Rush” shipping option at checkout in order to receive free credit to use on digital purchases, there’s a good chance that your credit will expire today if you haven’t used it yet. Check your No-Rush Rewards Summary to see how much credit you have and when it’s set to expire. You can use the credit on Amazon Video rentals/purchases, Amazon Appstore purchases (including in-app purchases), and several other places.

If you absolutely can’t figure out where to spend your credit before it expires, supporting the future development of my Downloader app through its in-app donation buttons would be greatly appreciated. When you make in-app purchases, there is no indication that your no-rush credit is being used, but you’ll immediately receive an email with a link to the transaction details where you’ll see a “Promotions” credit applied to the transaction.

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5 comments
  1. Mike says:

    In my opinion, the “no-rush” shipping option is an easy way to purchase digital content. We slow-ship most of the stuff we purchase from Amazon, including purchasing items individually versus combining them into one order.

    Ex: Just purchased three movies yesterday before $43 expired.

  2. AJ says:

    I guess I blew it and my credits expired…why do these credits expire anyway?

    • Mike says:

      They are only around for a limited time – you should receive an email for the “benefit” when your item ships to show when they expire.

      How long ago did they expire? If it is not very long ago, they might be willing to credit you.

  3. Steve says:

    I had $20 in No-Rush Shipping credits that we to expire the end of September. When I tried to use them, they were only good for Prime Now purchases – 1 or 2 hour delivery on a limited assortment of goods. When I complained about the initial Amazon statement saying they could be used for digital content, I was bounced through 4 different people before they gave me the $20 in a promo credit.

    The No-Rush Shipping is useless if they can only be used for Prime Now. I won’t be selecting that method again.

    • Mike says:

      I know they offer credits for things other than digital content (ex: home services / prime pantry). We are not in an area where Prime Now exists, so we do not see that as an option.

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