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13 ways to get Amazon discounts and rewards year-round

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Amazon's Prime Day , Black Friday, and Cyber Monday events are the only real sitewide sales that it hosts annually, but the company is no stranger to incentives like coupons and rewards.
We rounded up 13 ways to earn discounts and more from Amazon every day, below.
Around Amazon Prime Day 2020 , when there's bound to be more, we'll update this list.
For more deals and savings across the web, check out Business Insider Coupons. You can also s hop online sales going on today here and browse all the latest deals here .
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