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Do we still earn a commission from amazon if they are prime?

Do we still earn a commission from amazon if they are prime?

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I am just wondering with so many Amazon Prime members out there reading our sites... will we still earn commission if our reader/buyer logs in to their Prime account?

Have a look what they say:

1. Qualifying Purchases and Qualifying Revenue

We will pay Standard Program Fees described in Section 3 of this Fee Statement in connection with “Qualifying Purchases”, which (subject to the exclusions described in this Fee Statement) occur when:

(a) our customer clicks through a Special Link on your Site to an Amazon Site; and

(b) during a single session, which is measured as beginning when our customer clicks through that Special Link and ending upon the first to occur of the following: (x) 24 hours elapse from that click, (y) our customer places an order for a Product, other than a digital item sold under the name “Amazon MP3,” “Amazon Shorts”, “eDocs”, “Amazon Video”, “Amazon Software Downloads”, “Game Downloads”, “Kindle Books”, “Kindle Newspapers”, “Kindle Blogs”, “Kindle Newsfeeds”, or “Kindle Magazines” (a “Digital Product”), or (z) our customer follows a Special Link to the Amazon Site that is not your Special Link (a “Session”), any of the following happens:

i. our customer purchases a Product via our 1-Click feature, or

ii. our customer purchases a Product by adding a Product to his or her shopping cart and completing the order for that Product no later than 89 days after their initial click-through of the Special Link, or

iii. with respect to Digital Products, our customer purchases such a Product by streaming or downloading it from an Amazon Site; and

(c) our customer actually receives and pays for such Product.

For each Qualifying Purchase, the corresponding “Qualifying Revenue” is equal to the amount we actually receive from that Qualifying Purchase, less any shipping charges, gift-wrapping fees, taxes, service charges, rebates, credit card processing fees, and bad debt.

I hope so!!

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Elaine

Yep. Absolutely.
Regardless of their membership status with Amazon, your 24 hour cookie has now applied to them. Pretty sure this is covered in their terms of use or policy pages as well.

thank you. I was just uncertain if they clicked through to Amazon and then closed those pages and later logged in to their Amazon Prime membership if those "cookies" would still apply.

I kinda thought they should, but I guess in the back of my mind I thought they might not click through to Amazon from my site and just remember later to go to Amazon... in that case there would be no cookie. :(

As far as I know, cookies last for 24 hours and apply to every purchase they make within that time frame, including items you didn't even advertise.

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