Have you ever ordered a brand new beauty product to find out it's too harsh and not returnable? Or, have you purchased a box of 20 cardboard-like protein snack bars, and realized you're definitely not gonna finish the entire box? Though this can be extremely frustrating when shopping, Prime helps shoppers like you find products you like.
With Prime Samples, which is a benefit you get when you are a Prime member, you can get a number of samples like luxury cosmetics, gourmet snacks, pet food, nutritional products, and more. In fact, you could even purchase individual samples of single products or a sample box with an assortment of items. With Prime samples, you can earn credits that you can use toward a full-sized product. Read on to learn all that's included.
What are credits and how to use them?
Credits can make those samples go further. When you buy a sample box, you can earn credits for select items from the brands in the box. If you opt for a single sample, you can get a credit to purchase your product or similar products. So, if you buy a luxury beauty box for $19.99, you’ll receive a credit for $19.99. These credits are easy to track as well. You can check your balance to the left of the Amazon page to see how many credits you have.
How do I get started?
It's fairly easy to start using Prime Samples. First, go to Prime Samples and you'll see a list of categories. Then, you can browse through the samples you want, add them to your cart, and then check out. You could also find Prime Samples in your Amazon Shopping app on your mobile device. Whenever you're ready to use your credits, add an eligible item to your cart and the credits will automatically be applied when you checkout.
How many samples can I buy?
You can purchase as many samples as you want, but only purchase each sample once. This is because Prime Samples change every month. If you travel often, samples are the perfect size to take with you. Sample boxes also make excellent gifts!
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