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  • Buy Amazon Coins and save up to 10% on apps, games, and in-app items.
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Enjoy apps and games for less! Save up to 10% on apps, games, and in-app items by purchasing Amazon Coins. The more you buy, the larger the discount. It's just as easy to give Amazon Coins as it is to buy them for yourself. Amazon Coins are redeemable on thousands of apps, games, and in-app items from your Kindle Fire, Android phone or tablet, and on Amazon.com. Purchased coins are immediately deposited into your account and they never expire.

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3,902 of 4,390 people found the following review helpful
Denomination:500
I buy stuff on Amazon all the time so it would be great if with every purchase you could also earn coins. A coin for every $1 or something. That would probably give people incentive to buy stuff through Amazon if they knew that they could earn points towards free Kindle content.
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The Amazon Coins Team saysMay 16, 2013
Thank you for your feedback! We will continue to add more ways to earn and spend Coins on a wider range of content and activities - today is Day One for Coins.

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2,210 of 2,556 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars 500 Amazon Coins May 13, 2013
Denomination:500
Rather disappointed. I went to try and buy something with my Amazon Coins to try them out (it was within the 500 coin limit), but I found out that the purchase didn't go through. It wasn't until after I clicked buy and waited for an email explaining that the sale didn't go through to find out that there was tax on the app. It wasn't shown until later bringing the total over the 500 coins.
I wasn't planning on buying any coins, but even more so now that I know they hide any applicable tax the app may have until after you hit the buy button.
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The Amazon Coins Team saysJune 3, 2013
Thank you for your feedback. We're sorry you experienced this problem. We'd like to let you know that we've fixed this issue, and it shouldn't happen again. We hope you'll continue to enjoy using coins and the Amazon Appstore. Thanks for shopping with us.
1,041 of 1,225 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Has some bugs to work out, but a good start! May 14, 2013
By AG
Denomination:500
First of all, I'm grateful for the free 500 coins I received! I'm not one to look a gift horse in the mouth, and this was a nice surprise. I went ahead and purchased an app I'd been debating on for awhile, and it was free to me, so YAY! My overall review of Amazon Coins is as follows...

Pros: If they continue the Amazon Coin purchase discount, then this is a great way to save a little bit of money on Kindle apps.

Neither Pro Nor Con: I'm not sure why Amazon Coins is necessary, really. I was doing fine just purchasing what I wanted and charging it to the card associated with my 1-Click settings. And I wasn't worried about my kids doing any purchasing because we have the parental controls set on the Kindle.

Cons: Can't purchase apps directly from a 1st generation Kindle. You have to purchase your app from the computer, then download the app to the Kindle from the Cloud. Not very convenient. But thankfully, Amazon was awesome when I requested a credit card refund so I could purchase the app using my coins.

Can't purchase anything other than apps. No books, music, or magazines for the Kindle. Just apps/games. Very restrictive.

Overall, I think the idea is a good one, but it still needs a lot of work in practice. Maybe in the future, you will be able to earn coins through other Amazon purchases, and be able to buy books, music, and magazines using the coins. Also, they really need to find a way to allow us 1st Generation Kindle owners to use coins from the Kindle and not HAVE to use a computer. I think that's the biggest negative right now, in my opinion.
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1,610 of 1,957 people found the following review helpful
Denomination:500
Microsoft uses a points system to enable purchases from the XBox online marketplace. In reality, the only purpose it serves is to replace a simple thing (paying with dollars and cents) with a confusing thing. I have to believe the only reason Microsoft created this process is to make it harder for customers to know how much they're paying for their apps and games. Here's how the Microsoft system works: Let's say you want to download the new Call of Duty game from the XBox Marketplace. The "price" is 5200 points. What is 5200 points worth, you wonder? Microsoft decided that 80 points = $1, so you have to do some math to determine the actual selling price of the game. It gets confusing, so much so that developers have created apps to help you sort it out. The benefit to Microsoft is obvious: people will spend more (and make poor buying decisions) because they're using points, not real money. (This is why credit cards can be so dangerous - they eliminate the pain of pulling cash out of your pocket when you want to buy something.)

Now Amazon has decided to adopt the Microsoft model by rolling out their new "Coins" payment system. To their credit, Amazon is (for the moment, anyway) linking their currency to the US Dollar, which means 100 Amazon "coins" is worth $1--that is, unless you make a 10,000 coin purchase. That big sack of Amazon coins is sold at a 10% discount (for the moment, anyway), so you'll end up spending 90 cents to buy every roll of 100 coins. That increases the value of each coin to roughly 1.10 cents. So now when you buy an app for $1, you still need to pony up 100 coins, but the transaction actually cost you 90 cents in real money.

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319 of 390 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Coins unusable from the Kindle? Genius! May 13, 2013
By Burns11
Denomination:500
A while after reading my email I was in the Amazon Appstore on my Kindle Fire. Looking at an app I figured "why not, I have those 500 free coins to use" so I clicked to buy and it never even asked how to pay it was just purchasing then downloading. Later I come on here and find out it charged my card instead of using coins. What? So Amazon gives coins to use with my Kindle Fire and then I can't use them from my Kindle Fire? Brilliant move. This whole system seems dumb, why not just have coins be used like a promotional credit? Would that make too much sense? I have 250 coins and the app is $3, use my coins then charge the fifty cents.

This is the type of thing that should have immediately been caught and resolved in some sort of beta program, but I guess they gave us coins because we are the guinea pigs.
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441 of 541 people found the following review helpful
UPDATE 10/02/2014: Amazon Free Coin Offer for Amazon Prime Members only:
Amazon is currently giving 500 Free Amazon Coins(for main PRIME member account only) when you stream your first movie or TV show on your Android phone: (This is a REALLY good offer if you have an Android phone, valid through October 16, 2014 at 11:59 PM PST (See my 10/2/2014 comment below for the direct link to click on as Amazon won't let me directly link it within my review)

http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html?ie=UTF8&docId=1002988611

UPDATE 12/7/2013: I originally gave this 2 stars but have updated it to 4 stars. Why? Because Amazon has been giving lots of FREE coins away for buying Free apps, mostly Kindle Edition apps. In the past 2 months I've earned about $15 from the free coin giveaways. These coins can be used to purchase other apps and also for in-app purchases. How do you find out when free coins are being given away? Well, that's the hard part but I will try to post in the comments of this review in the future when I come across the giveaways.

UPDATE 5/24/14: (Memorial Day Weekend, Time Limited Offer Only)

Amazon has 5 Select Android Apps with 200 Amazon Coins Each for Free ($10 Total Value--it doesn't have to work on your device to get the coins and you don't have to actually download the app until if and when you want to try it.)

Food Network In the Kitchen
iHeartRadio - Free Music & Internet Radio
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coins did not load from purchase.
Same problem just occurred for me as well. 10k Coins, $100 spent and nothing? Amazon is a joke if they are going to make their customers wait for something they purchased digitally. And the lack of a response from their support team is more than enough to make me NEVER purchase from Amazon... Read More
Jan 21, 2015 by Tony Barbarossa |  See all 4 posts
free 500 coins balance when kindle purchased disappeared.
I just lost some of my freebie 500 coins too. If you read the write-up on the coins it says promotional coins expire after 1 year... that was my problem. I was using my fire for books and videos. Not games... so I lost them. I didn't know about the expiration until after I lost them. I saw a... Read More
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