$15 Amazon Credit for Trying Amazon Photos ($20 offered on some accounts)

Amazon is offering a $15 credit just for trying Amazon Photos! You need to do is upload just one photo to get the $15 promotional credit. Check to see if you’re eligible with our link below!

Update 5/21: Some readers are getting a $20 credit offer, $5 more than the more common promotion. You can check which offer you have, if any, using the links below in this post.

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What is Amazon Photos?

Amazon Photos is a free and secure online storage service for Amazon Prime customers. It offers unlimited storage of your full-resolution photos. Additionally, it also comes with 5GB of storage for all other types of files.

If you need more non-photo storage space, Amazon does offer other plans types:

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Aside from the $15 credit, I find Amazon Photos to be a great option for backing up my files. I’m starting to move away from making hard copies with my back-up drive and using cloud storage instead. With security being a concern, I only want to use safe, secure, and reliable online storage.

The features I like with Amazon are that they have advanced search and organizational features built-in. They also offer what’s called a Family Vault – essentially an album that you can invite family and friends to add pictures to.

I love this feature because on special occasions (weddings, parties, vacations), everyone is taking pictures on their separate phones. Mine might not be the best ones, but since we all share it to the Family Vault, everyone can get copies of the best pictures.

This also eliminates compatibility issues between Apple iOS and Android systems – sometimes you can’t see pictures shared across different platforms.

You can access Amazon Photos through their online site and their apps on Google Play and Apple App Store.

Amazon Photos $15 Credit Offer

You can check if you’re targeted by clicking the link below. This message will appear if you’re not targeted at this time: “Sorry, you are not eligible for this offer.”

Ninja Note: Want to see more Amazon offers? Check out all other active Amazon deals here.

Amazon Photos Promotion Terms & Conditions

Eligible Amazon Prime customers who upload a photo for the first time to the Amazon Photos app are eligible for a $15 promotional credit off their first eligible order of $30 or more on Amazon.com.

Amazon Photos promotion banner
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  • Offer expires at 11:59 p.m. (PT) May 31, 2024.
  • Offer only applies to eligible Amazon Prime customers who upload at least one photo through the Amazon Photos app for the first time.
  • You will receive an e-mail from Amazon within 7 days confirming when the promotional credit has been applied to your customer account with instructions on how to redeem the promotional credit.
  • Promotion credit only applies to an order over $30 of products sold by Amazon.com or Amazon Digital Services LLC (look for “sold by Amazon.com” or “sold by Amazon Digital Services LLC” on the product detail page).
  • Products sold by third-party sellers or other Amazon entities will not qualify for this offer, even if “fulfilled by Amazon.com” or “Prime Eligible.”
  • Offer does not apply to digital content or Amazon Gift Cards.
  • This offer is available to Prime members only and is not available to Prime trial members.

The Bottom Line

Good deal if you’ve never tried or used Amazon Photos before – just don’t spend all that $15 in one place!

About John Pham

John Pham is a personal finance expert, serial entrepreneur, and founder of The Money Ninja. He has also been fortunate enough to have appeared in the New York Times, Boston Globe, and U.S. News & World Report. John has a B.S. in Entrepreneurship and a Masters in Business Administration, both from the University of New Hampshire.

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