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Amazon just upgraded its no-fee credit card to offer 5% back on all Amazon purchases — but there's a catch

Business Insider Wednesday, 11 January 2017
Amazon just upgraded its no-fee credit card to offer 5% back on all Amazon purchases — but there's a catchAmazon just announced an attractive upgrade to its existing rewards credit card — but it's for Prime members only.

The new Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card, in partnership with JPMorgan Chase,will be offered exclusively to Amazon's Prime members *granting 5% back on all Amazon.com purchases, as well as 2% back at...
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News video: Amazon Releases Another Credit Card

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Amazon is quickly becoming a capitalist giant. The company just rolled out another benefit for its Prime members, called the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature card. Amazon already has three credit cards, so how is this one different? Two of the cards can only be used with Amazon and the Rewards...

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