I asked this once on Dec. 12th and again Jan. 2nd, and on Jan. 2nd ROGETRAY said he would look into it for me, as yet no response, but I have been patient. I'll make the case for why I believe this situation could be possible, and query again!
The bank that issues and manages my "Best Buy" card is the SAME BANK that issues and manages my "Amazon Store Card". Best Buy allows you to log onto their website and use their card (again, using the same bank's line of credit that issues Amazon's Store Card) to purchase products from other vendor's websites.
The benefit to Best Buy is that, by allowing their customers to make purchases from other vendors in addition to their own offerings, Best Buy increases their store card's usage which will usually translate into more interest income for them. The benefit to the customer is they can use their Best Buy credit line to buy from vendors were they don't have a credit line to use and therefore couldn't purchase that item otherwise, [Yes, the customer may have another credit line (Visa, MC, etc.) they could use but, to maximize the point, my scenario assumes they don't] so this scenario is win/win for both parties.
So, if the bank that issues the Amazon Store Card already allows their credit line to be used to pay for purchases from other vendors in the case of Best Buy, I would think it wholely reasonable and possible they may also allow the same scenario to occur in the case of allowing their Amazon card holders to use it to pay for purchases made on Woot. And what's more, in the case of Woot, the bank issuer would be allowing their customers to make purchases from a vendor that is "owned" by the company whose card they issue which is not the case with their Best Buy card users.
So, has ROGETRAY, or any other staff member found out if we can pay for things we buy on Woot using our Amazon Store Card, after using the Amazon login? If the answer is no we can't pay with our Amazon card, is this an idea that Woot would consider pitching to Amazon? Thanks!