Use Your Capital One Rewards at Amazon.com
Simply link your eligible card and pay using your miles or cash back rewards at Amazon.com
Now there’s yet another way to get the most out of your Capital One® rewards: Amazon Shop with Points. It’s an Amazon.com program that allows shoppers to use their credit card rewards to make purchases.
That’s right—you can redeem your Capital One miles or cash back when checking out at Amazon.com! With millions of items to choose from, redeeming has never been more convenient.
How to Get Started With Amazon Shop with Points
It’s easy to get started. If you already have a Capital One rewards credit card in your Amazon.com account, you may already be enrolled in the program.
Eligible cards include Quicksilver®, QuicksilverOne®, Venture®, VentureOne®, Savor®, SavorOne®, Journey®, and business rewards cards like Spark® Cash, Spark Cash Select, Spark Miles, Spark Miles Select and Spark Classic.
If you haven’t saved your eligible Capital One credit card to your Amazon.com account, the first step is adding it as a payment method. Then follow a few easy steps to enroll your card in the program.
Once enrolled, you’ll see your Capital One rewards balance in your Amazon wallet. And you can use rewards to make purchases right away.
How to Redeem Rewards at Amazon.com
Redeeming your Capital One rewards is easy. It starts with shopping at Amazon.com as usual. Then just follow a few easy steps:
- When you’re ready to purchase, add eligible items to your cart and proceed to checkout.
- Under payment method, select Capital One rewards. Then enter the number of miles or amount of cash back you wish to apply to your order.
- Review and place your order. The applied dollar value of your Capital One miles or cash back rewards will be displayed in the order summary box.
You can apply as many or as few of your miles or as much of your cash back rewards as you want. And rewards can also be put toward your Prime subscription fee.
Don’t have enough miles or cash back rewards to cover your purchase? No worries. Use your Capital One credit card to cover the rest. Pretty simple, right?