Have a Barclaycard Arrival Credit Card? FREE Amazon Money!

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Barclaycard has been sending out targeted emails to their customers offering them the opportunity to get a pretty nice statement credit when shopping at Amazon.com. I personally received a spend $50, get a $20 statement credit offer, but I’ve read that others have received $10 statement credit on a $100 offer and $10 statement credit on a $50 offer.

All you have to do is spend the required amount at Amazon.com between November 1 and December 31, 2014 and you will receive the statement credit after the promotion ends (so post December 31st).  You also must pay for your Amazon.com purchase with your Barclaycard Arrival Plus MasterCard.

The one caveat is that only purchases made and fulfilled by Amazon.com will qualify. If the item you are looking to purchase is sold my a third-party merchant, it will not qualify. The great thing about this offer is that many gift cards are sold by Amazon.com (similar to this free $20 promotion opportunity), so you can go ahead and purchase a $50 or $100 gift card and that will trigger the statement credit.

Remember, this is a targeted offer so I suggest going back to check your email or spam account if you have the Barclaycard Arrival credit card. If you did not receive the offer you can always call to see if you qualify or if the offer can be manually added to your account.

Did you receive this statement credit offer? If so, how much money will you be getting back?

Comments

  1. @VC – Yes the gift cards are permitted. Combine it with the HOLIDAYGCs offer ($45 multi-pack GC get an extra $10 amazon GC) and you can get pay $60 in amazon GC when paying on $30

  2. Offer came by snail mail was $10 credit for $100 spent. Is this a one time use or do you get the credit on every $100 spent?

  3. Has anyone received their Barclaycard credits yet? I used on Amazon Prime membership ($79) and $21.01 gift card, and I’m still waiting…

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