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Rich, I actually have a few things sitting in my Amazon cart right now but I haven't purchased them yet. If I initiate my search through the Amazon link on this website and refill my cart with the items I'm going to buy, does KR gets a percentage of that sale? Or do you only get a commission if they are running related items that are advertised on the site and then purchased via the KR Amazon link?
 

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Tamster,<br><br>
This is what Amazon says:<br>
So my guess would be that items put in the cart before going through the link wouldn't count unless you re-added them.<br><br>
It sounds like once you go through one of our links, whatever you purchase in that session, kickrunners will get a referral fee.<br><br>
At least, that's how it sounds to me...
 

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That's how it sounds to me too. I will gladly go through the steps of emptying my cart and then re-entering the Amazon store through the link on KR, and re-select the items I want to purchase so that KR can get the commission.
 

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although, what does "qualifying items" mean? just certain items? What I'm planning on purchasing is a computer video card and a book (which does have to do with running). So, I wonder if the book would be a qualifying item but the computer item wouldn't? does it have to be running related stuff?
 

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It doesn't have to be running related stuff... that's just what I picked out for display for our "store".<br><br>
Obviously a search box lets you pick out whatever you want!<br><br>
As for what "qualifying" is... I'm not sure! I am sure there is some fine print somewhere.... I didn't see that offhand.
 

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Altoids is our <i>resident</i> Amazon Goddess, so I'd go with what she says - MY guess would be 'qualifying' are products that are not 'used' or deep discounted already.... whatever you buy and if it qualifies - then THAT is good enough. Just buy what you're going to buy based on what you want/need not on whether it qualifies<br><br>
Thanks!<br><br><br>
Rich
 
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