Amex and NAB customers can enjoy cashback at Amazon’s Boxing Day sale
Amazon Australia's first big sales event will be even better value for Amex and NAB customers.
Just a couple of weeks after its much-hyped Australian launch, online retail giant Amazon Australia has announced its first sale event with a special offer for NAB and American Express cardholders. And the promotion is just in time for the Boxing Day sales!
If you make an eligible purchase with a NAB personal credit card or a registered American Express card at Amazon's sale, you'll receive 10% cashback up to a maximum of $100. It's not a bad deal considering the discounts that are being offered. Plus, if you're using a rewards or frequent flyer NAB or Amex credit card, don't forget that you'll also earn points for every eligible dollar you spend during the sales.
According to Amazon, Australian customers will be able to access "hundreds" of deals, including hundreds of "lightning deals" which will include discounted products, products in limited quantities and products only available for a short period of time. Typically when Amazon offers those kinds of deals in overseas markets, they're snapped up quickly, so you'll need to keep your eyes peeled to grab the best bargains.
Discounts of up to 40% will be available on select mens, women's and children's clothing, shoes and accessories. You'll also be able to find buy one get one free deals in its book, music and DVD sections. You can also find deals on Amazon's electronics, including on products such as Fitbit, Sonos and Nintendo video games as well as an Audible exclusive offer.
Free delivery is available on eligible orders above $49 that are sold by Amazon but a paid one-day delivery service is also available.
American Express regularly offers cashback promotions with its partnered merchants, but it's interesting to see NAB jump into the ring with the launch of Amazon.
The Amazon Australia Boxing Day sale will start at 12am AEDT, 26 December.
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