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Save 30% (up to £60) at Amazon by opening a free Amazon Business account!

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Amazon Business has just launched two very interesting new rewards credit cards, in association with American Express.  We will be covering them in detail on Head for Points very soon.

In the meantime, to raise awareness of Amazon Business, Amazon is offering you a hugely generous 30% off your next order.

If you sign up, for FREE, to Amazon Business you can save up to £60 on your next Amazon purchase.  You can buy ANYTHING on the Amazon website which is sold directly by Amazon itself.

(I know this is outside our usual ‘miles and points’ coverage, but we will be covering the new Amazon Business American Express cards in detail over the next couple of weeks.  This offer is a good introduction to Amazon Business.)

How do I get my 30% discount?

If you have your own business and sign it up – for FREE – to Amazon Business by Friday 9th October, you can use code B2BPRIME20 to get 30% off your next purchase, up to a maximum £60 off.

Full details are on the Amazon Business website here.

The voucher activates 48 hours after your account is verified. You cannot use it immediately.

IMPORTANT: When registering, do NOT use your existing Amazon email address. If you do, your current personal Amazon account will be turned into an Amazon Business one. It is better to keep both accounts separate.

If you add your VAT number to your account, you may need to add the GB prefix to get it accepted.

Save 30% at Amazon Business

What can I buy with my discount voucher?

Virtually all items on the Amazon UK website which are sold directly by Amazon, not from third party sellers, are included.  You do NOT need to spend the voucher buying business supplies.  Alcohol, clothing, books …. anything you like, as long as it is sold by Amazon and not a third party.  You need to redeem the voucher by 31st October.

To sign up to Amazon Business you need to click here or click the ad above.

Save £60 on your first Amazon Business order

As a reminder ….

As a reminder, Amazon Business combines Amazon’s existing selection, convenience and value with additional business-specific features including:

  • bulk pricing
  • Pay by Invoice (subject to satisfactory credit checks and credit limit)
  • downloadable VAT invoices
  • spend management tools

You can find out more on the registration page here

The deadline for signing up to Amazon Business to activate the ‘30% off’ B2BPRIME20 code is Friday 9th October.  You will have until 31st October to use the code, which should be valid 48 hours after your account is verified.

Remember to use a different email address to your normal Amazon account unless you want your existing account turned into an Amazon Business one.

Keep an eye on Head for Points for our coverage of the new Amazon Business American Express cards.

PS. When you come to place your 30% discount order, please consider clicking this link to reach the Amazon website. We receive a small commission on your order which helps keep us ticking over whilst our advertising revenue is sharply down. Thank you.

Comments (25)

  • Fred S says:

    signed up but couldn’t find where to enter the code

    • Rob says:

      You don’t.

      In 48 hours you will get an email saying that your account is approved. You can then place an order and use the code, which will be accepted and trigger the 30% discount.

  • Lady London says:

    My existing Amazon Business account got an offer of 20% off up to £300 – so worth the same £60 – from a list of business vendors about a week ago – valid till October sometime.

    If they’d not put such a miserable low cap on the purchase – companies like Lenovo and HP were on it – I would have made a decent purchase. As such, I havent bothered as 20% ils available other ways from time to time for the much bigger purchases I would make from their vendor list.

  • Pb says:

    Good old Amazon

    I input my Vat number and it tells me it’s invalid , only been using it since early seventies , maybe it’s too old for their systems

    • Mr(s) Entitled says:

      It wouldn’t take mine either, but I still had my account verified and set up immediately upon application.

      Sadly, the eero mesh system that I wanted is back to full price today but Amazon are indicating that it will be 40% off in Prime so I’ll wait.

    • Rob says:

      Add GB to the front.

  • Stuart Carpenter says:

    Where do you put the code in?

    After registering?

  • Nick says:

    If I can handle having to separate my non-business purchase transactions from my business ones, what is the downside of using the same email to upgrade my account?

    • Rob says:

      You no longer have a personal Amazon account. Not sure if your personal Prime account becomes Business Prime, which has fewer benefits.