Test Drive a Hyundai, Get a $30 Gift Card

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If you are looking to test drive some cars (or have some spare time and looking to make some free money), go to a Hyundai dealership and you can get a $30 gift card either to Target, Amazon, or Visa (which can be used anywhere Visa credit cards are accepted).

Screen Shot 2017-02-25 at 5.19.10 PMNot all Hyundai dealerships will give you the $30 gift card, so you’ll need to check on the website. Enter your zip code on the Hyundai site and click “View Inventory”. Give the site a few seconds to load and the screen shot above should appear. If it doesn’t, then that Hyundai dealership is not participating in the promotion. Make sure to fill out the form properly. No purchase necessary. You are also limited to one coupon redemption per household per 6 months.

While this isn’t nearly as good as the 7,000 mile American Airline promotion I took advantage of a few years ago for testing driving a car, it is still free money. It all comes down to how much you value your time. Enjoy!


  1. I was brave today. I registered and went to a dealership in Houston when it opened at 9:00. A cool sales rep met me at the door and took my paperwork. He was very friendly and upfront…. “If you only want the “free” card, I can do that without any further conversation or a test drive.” I told him I did want to only look at a few cars since I am a current Hyundai owner. He dropped off the registration paperwork at front while we looked at 5 new cars. 10 minutes later I left. I just received an email asking which card I preferred–ecard/physical. I selected the card and will hopefully get my physical card soon. We shall see….! Hope this helps!

    • I went to a Hyundai dealership in Houston. I test drove 2 cars. Towards the end of my visit, I show the paper to the sales person, and he goes, “this is for people buying a car”. A little later, general manager comes over, and tries to persuade me to buy a car. I told him “as I made it clear from the very beginning, I am not considering buying a new car at this time”. The general manager goes, “no problem with the paper work ($30 gift)” My visit took almost 2 hours. It’s been a week, and I still have not heard back. The dealer has to enter the code in the system for you to receive the gift. I thought the whole idea of $30 gift card was to get people to visit a Hyundai dealership and test drive, even though that does not mean an immediate sales. Now, after what happened to me, it only had a negative effect on me regarding Hyundai. The dealership from the sales person all the way to the general manager is not trustworthy, and I am not going to buy a car from a place like that.

  2. I have a question I did an gift card promo offer for a Pine Belt Chevrolet recently and was browsing a website for the Pine Belt Chrysler (different lotion same townand abd would I be able to do another promotion even if it’s for a Pine Belt but a different location

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