Save 20% on Through Amazon (Great Deal for Travelers With Pets)

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Good news, pet lovers!  Amazon is currently offering $10 off $50 Rover gift cards when you use the code “DOG10” at checkout.  That’s a 20% savings!

This is an easy way to save on your next petsitter (or dog walker!).  Because unfortunately, none of the best credit cards for travel can be used to offset the cost of pet care. 😉  Unless of course you like earning cash back credit card rewards.

My Dog Is My Fur Baby, So Finding the Right Person to Care For Her When I’m Out of Town Is Important!  And Has Been Great for Helping Me Do Just That.

You can only use the code once per account.  But I purchased 4 gift cards using my family members’ accounts to lock-in extra savings!  Also, the deal is only good for a limited quantity.  So you’ll want to take advantage of it sooner rather than later.

Heck, maybe this is a good excuse to go ahead and plan that Christmas getaway you’ve been thinking about!

I’ve purchased discounted Rover gift cards in the past and was happy to find that adding the credit to your Rover account is super straightforward.  So, if you’ve got a need for a dog walker or petsitter coming up, I’d suggest jumping on this deal!

If you decide to give Rover a try, you can use my referral code for $20 off your first booking!  I’ll get a $20 credit too!

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Meghan Hunter is an editor for Million Mile Secrets. She covers points, miles, credit cards, airlines, hotels and general travel. Her work has also appeared in The Points Guy.

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