The Amazon Visa Card has been around for a few years now, and many have noticed it while shopping at the checkout, which has always been pointed out by what amount the bill would be reduced if you apply for the Visa Card.
Basically, the normal Amazon Visa Card does not look any different from any other Visa card issued by virtually every credit institution, gas stations, and major supermarket chains. All of them always work together with different banks for settlement.
And this is exactly where the big difference in Visa cards can be found on the market.
Depending on which bank operates in the background, interest rates also differ for monthly partial rather than full payments. And of course, the annual fees are to pay attention, which usually only in the 2nd year.
The Amazon Visa Card is for all the happy and more often on Amazon shopping quite suitable because you get here with every purchase on Amazon bonus points. For example, for every euro spent on sales, 2% is credited to the points account, and for sales outside Amazon (for example, grocery shopping, petrol station), it is still 0.5% for every euro.
- Buy at Amazon for 100 euros, get 2 euros in your bonus account (2% of 100 euros)
- If you buy outside of Amazon for 100 euros, you will receive 0.50 euros on the bonus account (0.5% of 100 euros)
So you see the Amazon of course wants you to make as much revenue as possible in your own shop instead of shopping elsewhere. And for the customer, this system also offers some advantages, because depending on what you so distributed over the year everything with the Amazon Visa Card can buy since some euros together, which you then again (how should it be otherwise) on Amazon can redeem at the next purchase, or just collects more points.