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Amazon is offering $20 in store credit to Prime members who try out Amazon Photos — here’s how to snag the early Prime Day deal

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For a limited time, Amazon is giving $20 in Prime Day credit to any Prime member who backs up photos with the Amazon Photos app for the first time. Prime Day kicks off on July 12 and runs through July 13, and the credits earned through this promotion will be eligible on any purchase made during the sale on products sold directly by Amazon.

You only have until July 8 at 11:59 p.m. PT to claim the credits, which will be emailed to you within four days of finishing the required steps. 

How to get $20 in Prime Day credit using Amazon Photos

To take advantage of the Amazon Photos deal, you’ll need to be an Amazon Prime member. Amazon Prime costs $15 a month or $139 a year. This promotion is only eligible to paid Prime members who upload photos for the first time using the Amazon Photos app, so you won’t be able to earn the credit using a free trial. 

You can claim the Prime Day $20 credit deal by following these simple steps:

  1. Download the dedicated Amazon Photos app, which is available on desktop, iOS, and Android. 
  2. Once the app is on your device of choice, sign in with your Amazon Prime account. 
  3. Upload at least one photo using the app for the first time. 
  4. The $20 credit will be emailed to you within four days. 

Amazon Photos Prime Day deal FAQs

How can I use the Amazon Photo Prime Day credit?

The $20 credit will become active starting July 12 at 12:00 a.m. PT and must be used by July 13 at 11:59 p.m. PT. If unused at that point, the credit will expire. 

The credit is only good on items sold by or Services LLC; items “fulfilled by” but sold by other retailers are not eligible. You’ll also need to spend at least $40 to use the $20 credit. 

How can I earn more Prime Day credits?

Amazon is also offering $10 in credits to anyone who fills out a stampcard prior to Prime Day. To learn more about the deal, check out our Stampcard deals explainer. 

What is Amazon Photos?

Amazon Photos is a service offered to Prime Members that lets subscribers back up an unlimited amount of full-resolution photos into the cloud. You can easily access the photos via the app on any device, and you can even turn the photos into screensavers for Amazon products like the Echo Show and Fire TV. 

Amazon also offers printing services, so you can have your saved photos turned into prints, wall decor, and more, with free shipping.

Check out our other great Prime Day deals:

  • Early Prime Day deals
  • Early Prime Day Kindle deals
  • Early Prime Day headphones deals
  • Early Prime Day tech deals
  • Early Prime Day Music Unlimited deal
  • Early Prime Day gaming deals
  • Early Prime Day Audible deals

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