AmEx Amazon business card offers choice of percent back or no-interest payments


Amazon partners with Chase and Synchrony on consumer cards, but this will be its first small business card.

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American Express and Amazon on Oct. 23 launched a new a small-business card that offers members the choice to earn extra percent back or limited-time no-interest payments on select purchases.

The Amazon Business American Express Card offers incentives based on your Amazon Prime membership status. Cardholders who are eligible Prime members (including Business Prime) get the sweetest rewards: 5 percent back or 90-day interest-free payment terms on U.S. purchases at Amazon Business, Amazon Web Services, or Whole Foods. For non-Prime members, it’s 3 percent back or 60-day interest free payment terms for the same purchases. (The card is also available at

All card members get 2 percent back on purchases at U.S. restaurants and gas stations, and on wireless telephone services purchased directly from U.S. service providers, and 1 percent back on all other eligible purchases.

The card also offers members access to line-item details on U.S. purchases made on Amazon Business, such as cost per item and quantity.

Upon sign-up, new members will also receive a $125 Amazon gift card if they have Amazon Prime; all others will receive a $100 Amazon gift card. Cardholders can use their rewards for purchases at and Amazon Business, or redeem them for a statement credit.

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The new card joins AmEx’s current line-up of business cards that includes the Blue Business® Plus Credit Card from American Express, the American Express® Business Gold Card and the American Express Blue Business Cash™ Card.

Amazon currently partners with Chase and Synchrony on co-branded consumer cards. The new business card is its first such partnership with American Express.

The new card is part of a broader multi-year partnership between AmEx and Amazon. The two firms are in collaboration on a data solution that enables businesses to track their Amazon Business purchases made with AmEx cards and analyze customer data.

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