Something you might not be aware of is that Amazon No-Rush Rewards, which are the free credits that Prime members get for selecting slower shipping options, all expire at the same time. Meaning, instead of expiring some number of days after you earn them, they expire on a specific date which moves up a few months throughout the year. The next expiration date is this Wednesday, Sept. 15, so you may have some credits expiring. You can check your balance and see when your credits expire on this page. If you’re looking for something to spend your credit on, the Prime Video Deals page is a great place to start. If nothing stands out, take a look a the Amazon Music Deals page or the Kindle Deals page. If you still can’t find something, or don’t really care, please consider supporting my apps with your credits. You can donate within my Downloader or Informer apps, or use the credits to remove the interruption (which appears about every 10 launches) in any of my Loader Shortcut apps. Even though it doesn’t indicate it on the screen, all in-app purchases will use your reward credits instead of charging your credit card.