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Earlier this month I wrote about a promotion where you can get a $10 Amazon credit when you purchase $50 in Amazon gift cards (related blog post). Unfortunately though this is only available for targeted Amazon.com accounts and you can check your eligibility here.
The deal: It is pretty straight forward and if you purchase a $50 gift card you’ll receive a free $10 promotional code to use at Amazon.com at a future point. You must purchase the gift card by September 30, 2014 and you will receive your $10 promotional code by October 15, 2014. That free $10 credit must then be redeemed by October 31, 2014.
While I was not targeted this time around, I was able to take advantage last month and everything went very smooth. I purchased my $50 gift card, applied it to my account, received my $10 promotional credit within a reasonable time, and was able to apply it to my account as well and use it a few days later. There really doesn’t seem to be any rhyme or reason to their targeting system.
You’ll need to sign onto your Amazon account, click this link, and either you’ll see that you are eligible or a notice saying “Unfortunately, you are not eligible for this offer.”
Both the $50 gift card and $10 promotional credit can be entered into your account to use for a future purchase (go to Your Account > Apply a Gift Card to Your Account). I’ve heard mixed results about purchasing two $25 gift cards – some state that it did not work for them last month, so to be cautious I recommend purchasing one $50 gift card.
Were you targeted for this $10 free promotion credit deal? If so, enjoy!