I am not referring to the coupons that you search on Amazon.com or Google by typing ‘Amazon coupons”. That’s one way to get coupons and discounts for Amazon.
I am referring to promotional codes that save up to 80% discount on select products.
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Amazon promotional codes
Promo codes are usually a combination of letters and numbers. The product information will either specify a ‘promo code for you to enter at checkout‘ or – to make it easier, the link automatically adds the promo code to your cart and you can see it at checkout‘. Easy. No need to copy and paste the code to your cart if I don’t list one.
There are times however, that I will list the promo code and then you simply copy it at checkout in the section that says “enter promo” just before placing order.
Add Product to Cart – Then add the Code at checkout
Here is what it looks like:
In this example, I share a text link
Once you click on the link, the items eligible for the discount appear. These may include different colors, sizes or even more products that work with the promo code (this is what it looks like).
Note: the subtotal will not reflect the promotional discount price. The final discounted price will be listed before you place your order.
The picture below shows you what I mean.
In the image above, the product is added to your cart but it doesn’t reflect the discount because Amazon is showing the subtotal. Not the final price.
The way Amazon promo codes work to apply the discount is that the product is added to your cart and then you either have to apply the code manually or it is automatically applied from the product link. In this case you just click “proceed to checkout” to see the final cost.
As I discussed before, there’s no need to copy and paste the code If I don’t list a promotional code. Sometimes the links I share automatically adds the code, and you’ll see the discounted price before you place the order. This is what it looks like:
In this example I share the promo code
If I provide the promotional code, just enter the code at checkout to get the discount.
Most Amazon promo codes are single use, meaning that it can only be applied to one product. So if you want to buy 2 of the same product, you’ll have to add the product to your cart again and apply the code. With multi-used codes however, you can buy as many of the same product as you’d like using the same code.
Where to Find Amazon Promotional Codes
- Go to SavingwithTaLis.com
- Click on Deals
- or Click on Shop for all deals coupons, discounts
This is what it looks like on the page.
Notice how some list the promotional code and some don’t?
You can highlight the code, copy and paste to place your order.
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Frequently asked questions:
Absolutely! In addition to the promo code, sometimes there may be an additional coupon which you can clip to add at checkout. In the picture above, there was an additional coupon which was applied at checkout. Double savings!
An Amazon Prime membership is not required, but useful. Often the price is below the shipping threshold for free shipping. While you can always add more things to your cart to get free shipping however.
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* Prime Membership discounts are available for qualifying EBT & Medicaid Holder as well as College Students
Most products listed have free shipping. If you have an Amazon Prime membership, you can choose free 2 day shipping as well.
If you have any further questions please leave a comment below. There are several ways to save money shopping on Amazon. Using Promo Codes is just one way. Ready to shop?
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