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We are back with the November edition of Amazon’s monthly promo. Like previous offers, this one may be targeted, but it is worth a try! Amazon is offering a free $10 Gift Card when you buy a $50 Gift Card! The terms state that this will be available until November 30, 2016 (ACT FAST). Sometimes these deals have a maximum capacity, and then they disappear. Follow these simple steps to claim your free $10.
Step 1: Load a $50 Amazon Gift Card into your Cart.
Step 2: Enter Promo Code 1116GCARDS.
Step 3: Confirm that the code was accepted.
If you have used a similar deal in the past, your account may not be eligible for this promotion. You should receive an email within 3 days of your purchase with a $10 Amazon Gift Card code. Cheers!
Some of you may be having trouble with this offer. It appears to be targeted, or it could be specific to Amazon Prime members. You can do the 30-day Free Trial, which may get the offer to work. You can also try using an incognito browser to get it to appear. Good luck!
Discover IT Bonus – 10% Cash Back at Amazon
During the second half of 2016, the Discover IT card is offering 5% cashback at Amazon. They are also doubling all cashback during your first year as a card member! This means, if you grab the Discover IT card now, you can earn 10% back on Amazon purchases for the rest of 2016!! (10% on the first $1,500 in purchases per quarter, then 2% after that.) If you don’t already have the card, you can get it here and score a $100 sign up bonus in the process ($50 x 2)!
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