$30 Free to Zulily by Using Masterpass

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The deal-a-day site Zulily is offering $10 off a $20 purchase if you use Masterpass as your payment method at checkout. And the best part of this promotion is that you can take advantage of this deal three times per account – ultimately meaning $30 free! Masterpass is really trying to market themselves hard these days as I’ve seen a ton of partner promotions offering some sort of deal by using this checkout option. If you are new to Zulily you can sign up here.

Using Masterpass at Checkout.

Masterpass is extremely easy to use! Add your items your want to purchase to your cart and during the checkout process select “Masterpass”. Enter your Masterpass information (email address and password) or create a new account if you do not already have one. You can use add ANY credit card to your Masterpass account. It does not need to be a Mastercard. So while you are using the “Masterpass” option, you can really pay with whatever credit card you desire – Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, etc.

After entering your Masterpass information and selecting your credit card, you’ll see the $10 taken off automatically.

While the prices on Zulily are only sometimes cheaper then Amazon, with this $10 off promotion you can actually get a great deal! The only downside is that Zulily charges for shipping, usually $5.95 or $7.95 (depending on the cost of the item), but if you make all three purchases the same day, you’ll only pay shipping on your first purchase. You’ll then receive free shipping for the rest of the day. Or some items do ship for free, like all the Crayola items.

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    • @Martee – There was no expiration date in the terms, so I am not sure. However, when I go to Zulily I do not see the promotion listed at the top like it used to show.

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