See If You’re Targeted for Free $10 Gift Card When You Buy $50 Amazon Gift Card
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I’ll give you the link to see if you’ve been targeted for the promotion along with the details of the deal.
How to See If Amazon Has Selected You for This Deal
Link: Amazon Gift Cards
I was picked to take part in this deal!
If you were selected, buy a $50 Amazon Gift Card by July 31, 2014. Then within ~2 weeks you’ll get a $10 promotional code in your email.
To be safe, take a screenshot of the deal in case you don’t get your $10 promotional code emailed to you by August 15, 2014.
You Can Still Save Money at Amazon If You Weren’t Targeted
If you’re looking to save money at Amazon, remember that until September 2, 2014, you may be able to get $25 off a $250 purchase at Best Buy. And Best Buy sells gift cards to Amazon!
And you may have been targeted by American Express to get a $20 statement credit when spending $20 on Amazon.
If you were selected, buy a $50 Amazon.com Gift Card by July 31, 2014. Then within ~2 weeks you’ll get a $10 promotional code to use on Amazon in your email.
Did you get the offer in your account?
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