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Get 25% off (max £50) at Amazon when you sign up to Amazon Business

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At various points over the last couple of years, we have run a very generous promotion with Amazon Business.  For Amazon Prime Day 2021, it is back.

If you sign up, for FREE, to Amazon Business you can save up to £50 on your next Amazon purchase.  You can sign up here.

(I know this is outside our usual ‘miles and points’ coverage – so don’t moan! – but this is a good offer. We receive a commission from Amazon for Amazon Business sign-ups which keeps us ticking over until you all start booking flights and hotels again.)

Amazon Business 25% off

If you have your own business and sign it up – for FREE – to Amazon Business before 22nd June, you can use code ABPD21 to get 25% off your next Amazon purchase, up to a maximum £50 off.

The discount code activates 48 hours after your Amazon Business account is verified. You can’t use it immediately after registration.

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 30th July.

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

Save £50 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 offer closes on 22nd June.

PS. I strongly recommend that you do NOT use the same email address which you use for your standard Amazon account. There is a risk that your existing Amazon account gets converted into an Amazon Business one, which you don’t want to happen.

PPS. Don’t forget that the Amazon Business American Express credit card currently comes with a £100 Amazon gift card just for signing up (no spend target). There is no annual fee for the first year and, importantly, you qualify for the bonus irrespective of what other American Express cards you hold. Read this HfP article for details.

Comments (12)

  • Mike says:

    It seems that you also need to add a mobile number during sign up. There is no option to skip.

    When I enter my phone number I receive the error “ The phone number that you’ve entered already exists with another account.”

    It doesn’t seem like there is an option to proceed without a mobile number

    • Rob says:

      Weird, because Amazon explicitly says that people with existing Amazon accounts should create a new account for this to avoid the two being merged.

    • kitten says:

      try using full country code. I suspect the signup page is smart enough to spot it if number is already in use on another account without the country code but give it a try?

  • Jimmy says:

    Can you use the credit card voucher and the 25% off in combination?

    • Rob says:

      Does the card voucher come as a promo code or is credit applied to your Amazon account? If the former I guess not, if the latter I guess yes.

  • Jimmy says:

    Thanks – not sure – I haven’t actually applied yet! 🙂

  • Egglard says:

    “ You will recieve 25% savings with a purchase value of up to £200.”

    Can it be used on purchases over £200 but only receive the £50 discount?

  • Olver says:

    Have no need for it a the moment but would consider that a pretty good offer, thanks for sharing!

  • Sideshow Bob says:

    I have to wait 48-72 hours for business verification.

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