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Earn Cashback on Many Amazon Purchases – Up to 6% Back in Your Wallet

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Written by Charlie

With the loss of the Amazon/JetBlue earning relationship, try to get some cashback on Amazon instead. You can earn up to 6% cash back in many categories so that is some nice cash back in your wallet!

With the news that we will be losing the 3 points per dollar on Amazon (through the JetBlue portal), I know many people will be still trying to turn their Amazon shopping into points.

Earn Cashback on Amazon Purchases – Up to 6% Back In Your Wallet

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Link: TopCashBack for Amazon

If you do not yet have a TopCashBack account, you can sign up (for free) here through my link and I will earn $10 back when you make your first purchase – thanks!

Fortunately, you can still buy Amazon gift cards from office supply stores with your Chase Ink cards (and earn 5X or 3X points per dollar), or you can buy them from grocery stores or other stores that have Amex Offers or category bonuses from other credit cards.

But, it is still nice to get everything you can! While you cannot earn cash back on all your Amazon shopping, you can earn it on many categories that people shop from on a regular basis – including luggage!

What Can You Earn Cashback for on Amazon?

TopCashBack is currently offering up to 6% cash back for various categories on Amazon. Here they are and what they will earn in cash back:

  • Amazon Devices (like Kindles, Fire tablets, etc). – 6%
  • Prime Pantry – 6%
  • Luxury Beauty and Grooming – 6%
  • Luggage – 6%
  • Handmade – 5%
  • Amazon Video – 6%
  • Home Services – 6%
  • Prime Exclusive Apparel – 6%
  • Men’s Fashion – 3%
  • Women’s Fashion – 3%
  • Girls’ Fashion – 3%
  • Boys’ Fashion – 3%
  • Grocery – 3%
  • Home and Garden – 3%

Under each of those categories, you can check the subcategories which include some other things you may not have thought of!

Also, if you are not yet an Amazon Prime member, you can get $15 back when you sign up for the $99 membership.

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About the author


Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.


  • If I have the Amazon Prime Rewards card, will I get 11% back – 5% from Amazon as a statement credit and then another 6% bacK? That would be sweet,