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One day left to support a small business on Amazon

By Chris Dawson October 12, 2020 - 8:30 am

You’ve only got today left to support a small business on Amazon and it won’t necessarily cost you a penny! Start shopping here or read on to find out more.

Amazon is investing more than £75 million to support small businesses globally with special Prime Day and holiday season promotional programmes – In the Prime Day small business promotion, Prime members who spend £10 with select small businesses selling in Amazon’s store by today, Monday 12th October will earn £10 to spend on Prime Day. This means, if you are going to buy something on Prime Day which runs on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 13th and 14th of October, spend a tenner today with a small business and you’ll get it back tomorrow.

You don’t have to buy anything on Prime Day that you wouldn’t normally purchase anyway. Businesses always need supplies and it’s likely most people are already thinking of Christmas shopping… so why not buy a gift from a small business on Amazon today and recoup the tenner with a purchase tomorrow? The only thing you can’t redeem your £10 on is alcohol, Amazon Gift Cards, subscriptions, tax, shipping costs, gift-wrapping charges, digital products, baby/infant formula or Prime Now orders.

Once you’ve made an eligible purchase from a small business on Amazon (you can find products to purchase here), you’ll receive an email with a link to claim your £10 credit for Prime Day. Once claimed, the £10 credit will be automatically applied to your next eligible order on Prime Day and it’s as simple as that!

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