*Create an online account with your 16-digit membership ID. Terms may vary depending on location. See Rewards Program Rules at AutoZone.com/rewards/terms for more details.
YOUR $20 REWARD
Join and start earning Rewards today!
1. Join AutoZone Rewards
2. Earn a credit for every purchase of $20 or more
3. Get a $20 Reward for every five credits
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
AutoZone Rewards is a free program that helps you get more for buying what you need. You'll earn a $20 Reward after every 5 purchases of $20 or more and receive access to exclusive offers just for you. If you need help keeping track of your purchases and service history, our program helps you do that. These are just a few benefits of joining.
You can join the AutoZone Rewards program by visiting any of our participating AutoZone store locations or by going online to AutoZone.com/create.
You'll earn a credit when you spend $20 or more (pre-tax) on a qualifying in-store, online or Same Day Store Pickup purchase. All you will need is your AutoZone Rewards ID, phone number or digital card if shopping in-store. When shopping on AutoZone.com or through the app, you can either sign in to your account or enter your Rewards ID at checkout. For more detail on credits and qualifying purchases, please see the Program Terms and Conditions page.
A $20 Reward will typically be issued to your AutoZone Rewards membership within 72 hours of earning 5 credits. In some cases though, it can take longer. If you have questions, please reach out to AutoZone Rewards Customer Service at 1-800-741-9179.
Each of your credits will expire 1 year (365 days) from the date of issuance. Your AutoZone Rewards that are earned will expire in 3 months (90 days). For more detail, see the full Program Terms and Conditions. Please note: The State of Maine is not subject to these expiration periods.
Join now and start earning AutoZone Rewards.
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