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Browsing Amazon’s Coupons Can Save You a Ton of Money

November 24, 2020

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If you enjoy when a clickable coupon pops up on an Amazon product you’re planning to buy, you’re going to dig this: You can see all of Amazon’s coupons in one place. 

This article guides you through how to get the most out of Amazon Coupons

What are Amazon Coupons?

Coupons on Amazon work the same way as a coupon in a store, except you clip them digitally rather than cutting them out of the paper. Plus, you don’t have to worry about losing them.

With each coupon, you’ll save either a dollar amount or a percentage of the total price. Some coupons require you to subscribe to a recurring shipment to get the deal, as well.

The coupons are split into many different categories, including:

  • Health and personal care

  • Beauty

  • Grocery and gourmet

  • Electronics

  • Home and kitchen

  • Clothing

You can choose any category to see what deals are being offered that day. 

Two Types of Amazon Coupons

There are two main kinds of coupons offered through Amazon, ones for regular members and ones for Prime members

Amazon Coupons

These are the discounts available to any member of Amazon. Even if you aren’t a Prime member, there are still thousands of coupons that are worth scanning.

Prime Member Coupons

To access these coupons, you must be a Prime member. Prime members pay a membership fee, and get more exclusive coupons because of it. They cover the same categories but the discounts vary. 

Where to find Amazon Coupons

Step 1: Head to the Coupons tab

Your first step is to log into your Amazon account. Then click on the Coupons link on the main toolbar of Amazon’s home page. 

You can access all of Amazon’s non-Prime coupons using this button.

To find Amazon Prime coupons, follow this link

Step 2: Choose a category

After you click the coupon button, you’ll be taken to a list of products that are currently offering deals. 

On the left-hand side of the screen is a list of all the categories that you can scroll through, like grocery, toys, or personal care. 

Choose a category that you’d like to browse by clicking it from the left-hand menu. These products change frequently, so check back every week to search for new deals.

You can also filter for coupons that are the most popular or expiring soon. 

Step 3: Clip a coupon

When you choose a category, you’ll be taken to every coupon available in that group.

To clip one of the coupons, simply click on it. You’ll automatically be taken to the product page, so if you want to continue browsing, you might wait to clip them until the end. 

You can also clip coupons directly from the product’s page. Any product that has a coupon will display a checkbox on its page:

When the coupon box is checked, the coupon is clipped. 

Step 4: Finalize your cart and check out

All of the coupons you clip will be saved under Your Coupons on the left-hand side of the screen so you can view them before finishing up your shopping. Add any items you’d like to purchase to your Amazon cart.

When you check out, the savings from the coupons you clip will show up in your total due.

Maximizing your Amazon Coupons

With Amazon coupons, you can expect to save between 5% and 40% off products that offer a percentage discount. For items with a cash discount, you can save anywhere from a quarter off of a package of butter to hundreds of dollars off of a robot vacuum. 

The best way to enhance your Amazon savings is by combining deals — you can use Amazon Coupons in addition to product sales. 

If the price of an item is already reduced and it also has a coupon available, you can clip to the coupon to get more savings.

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Tiffany Verbeck

Tiffany Verbeck

Tiffany Verbeck is a personal finance freelance writer and podcaster. You can find her full portfolio and the latest episodes of The Poor Me Podcast at

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