Limited Supply! Save $25 Off $75+ Amazon Purchase
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Stocking up for the holidays? Here’s your chance to save big!
Via Points, Miles & Martinis, you can save $25 on a purchase of $75+ when you buy select grocery, household, health, and personal care items through Amazon.com. This offer expires on December 31, 2016 at 11:59 pm Pacific Time.
This is a great opportunity to save on items you’d probably purchase anyway.
I’ll give you the details of this deal!
Spend $75, Save $25 With Amazon
Included items include bulk packages of instant coffee, band-aids, trash bags, toilet paper, and razors.
Here are other details you should know:
- You can only use the offer once
- Only valid for participating items
- Supplies are limited
- Items must be purchased in a single order and shipped at the same speed to a single address
- You cannot buy more than 2 units of each participating item
A few of us here at Million Mile Secrets took advantage of the deal to stock up on cleaning supplies, batteries, and household staples. It’s a no-brainer if you’d normally buy these items anyway!
And remember, if you have the Discover it Cash Back card you’ll earn 5% cash back at Amazon until December 31, 2016! Just make sure your card is activated before you shop.
You’ll receive 5% back on top of the $25 promotion from Amazon. So by stacking these deals, you’d end up paying just $47.50 for a $75 purchase.
And if you’re a new cardmember, you’ll save even more! Because Discover will match your card’s cashback earnings after 12 billing cycles, turning those 5% cash back categories into 10% cash back!
Or, if you activated the AMEX Offer to earn 3X American Express Membership Rewards points on Amazon purchases, you’ll earn bonus points for your purchase!
Until December 31, 2016 at 11:59 pm Pacific Time, Amazon is giving folks a one-time $25 discount when you spend $75+ on household items like paper towels, Clorox Wipes, and bath soap (purchases you’d likely make anyway!).
If you have the Discover it Cash Back, you’ll save an extra 5% at Amazon until December 31, 2016. Or use your AMEX card to earn 3X AMEX Membership Rewards points at Amazon if you’ve added the AMEX Offer to your card.
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