Use Capital One Rewards at Amazon.com.

Simple

All you need to do is link your eligible Capital One card to your Amazon.com account. Paying with rewards will be an option every time you shop.

Flexible

Use as many or as few rewards as you want. You can use Capital One rewards for part of your order and pay for the rest with the associated Capital One card.

Convenient

Once you’ve linked your eligible card, you will see and be able to use your available Capital One rewards at checkout.

How to use Shop with Points at Amazon.com
Shopping with rewards at Amazon.com is available to eligible Venture, VentureOne, Quicksilver, QuicksilverOne, Savor, SavorOne, Spark Miles, Spark Miles Select, Spark Cash, Spark Cash Select, Spark Classic, and Journey Student accountholders with accounts open and in good standing.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Shop with Points at Amazon.com?

Shop with Points offers customers the ability to use points or rewards of participating rewards programs for purchases at Amazon.com.

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Are there any products I can't buy using Shop with Points?

You can shop millions of items at Amazon.com using Shop with Points. Please note, however, that rewards cannot be used for all purchases at Amazon.com. Please reference our restrictions list below.

About Shop with Points Restrictions

Which Capital One credit cards can I use for Shop with Points?

Shopping with rewards at Amazon.com is available to eligible Venture, VentureOne, Quicksilver, QuicksilverOne, Savor, SavorOne, Spark Miles, Spark Miles Select, Spark Cash, Spark Cash Select, Spark Classic, and Journey Student accountholders with accounts open and in good standing.

Is there a fee for using Capital One rewards for my Amazon.com purchase?

No. There is no fee for using Capital One rewards at Amazon.com.

How can I tell how many Capital One rewards I have while I am shopping at Amazon.com?

First, ensure your eligible Capital One credit card is enrolled for Shop with Points by clicking on “Accounts & Lists” in the top right. Go to “Your Account” and then “Shop with Points” under “Shopping programs and rentals”. If enrolled, you will see your balance here. You may also proceed to checkout and view your balance on the Payments Page.

Why can I no longer see available Capital One rewards in checkout?

First, ensure your eligible Capital One credit card is enrolled for Shop with Points by clicking on “Accounts & Lists” in the top right. Then, go to “Your Account” and then “Shop with Points” under “Shopping programs and rentals”. If the program is not listed under “Your Enrolled Rewards Accounts”, follow the directions on this page to enroll. If you have confirmed your eligible Capital One rewards account is enrolled for Shop with Points and you do not see your rewards program account, please contact Capital One using the phone number on the back of your Capital One credit card.

How do I contact Capital One if I have questions regarding my rewards account or my card?

To get in touch, please call the phone number on the back of your Capital One credit card.

I don't have enough Capital One rewards for my order. How can I pay for the rest of my order?

You may use the Capital One credit card from which the rewards are applied or use Amazon.com Gift Cards or Amazon.com Payments Stored Value to pay for the rest of your order.

May I apply promotional coupons or Gift Cards to orders in which I am using my Capital One rewards?

Yes, you may apply any eligible promotional coupons or Gift Cards to orders paid using rewards.

Can I combine points from multiple reward programs for my order?

Rewards from multiple reward programs cannot currently be aggregated for a single order. You may register multiple rewards programs at Amazon.com; however, rewards purchases will be paired with the card associated with the rewards program.

What if I no longer want to use Capital One rewards to shop at Amazon.com?

If you no longer want to use Capital One rewards to shop at Amazon.com, you can unenroll your card in “Shop with Points” under “Account & Lists” and then “Your Account”. You will still be able to use your Capital One credit card for transactions at Amazon.com.

Can I return merchandise that I purchased at Amazon.com with my Capital One rewards?

Purchases made with Capital One rewards at Amazon.com follow Amazon.com's standard return policies. Please visit the Returns and Refunds page at Amazon.com for more information.


Terms & Conditions

By enrolling your eligible Capital One credit card in Shop with Points at Amazon.com, your credit card account will be linked to your Amazon.com account. You authorize and direct Capital One to share information about your Capital One credit card rewards account with Amazon Services LLC and/or its affiliates.

Capital One rewards may be redeemed to pay for all or a portion of eligible purchases at Amazon.com. Capital One will deduct any rewards you redeem from your rewards balance at the time the order is placed.

Redemption values for Capital One rewards may vary and are subject to change by Capital One at any time.

Returns are subject to Amazon’s returns policy. If Amazon.com accepts a return for an item you purchased using only rewards, those rewards will be credited to your Capital One credit card rewards account. If Amazon.com accepts a return for an item you purchased using rewards and another payment method, Amazon.com may, in its sole discretion, credit the return to the other payment method before crediting rewards to your rewards account.

In the event your eligible Capital One credit card is linked to an Amazon.com account that is not your own, or you allow others to access your Amazon.com account where you have linked an eligible Capital One credit card, your Capital One rewards balance will be displayed and your rewards will be available for their use.

Additional Capital One service terms may apply.

For details, please visit the rewards page in your Capital One online servicing account or your rewards terms here

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