It’s Back! Another $10 credit to Amazon with a $40 gift card purchase

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Prime Day is officially here and one of the more favorable deals is the opportunity to receive a $10 credit with the purchase of a $40 Amazon gift card. This is the easiest $10 you’ll receive, although there’s a good chance this offer will sell out — so I suggest grabbing this deal sooner than later.

Best of all, all types of Amazon gift cards qualify. You can purchase an Amazon eGift card, print at home gift card, or physical gift card. Separately, reloading $40 on your gift card balance of $40 or more will also qualify.

Make sure to keep up to date on the latest Amazon Prime Day deals.

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To grab this deal, just make sure to go to this promotional page and tap the “Apply code to your account†or enter coupon code GCPRIME2021 at checkout.

Just make sure to add $40 or more in gift cards or reload with at least $40 and your $10 promotional credit will be applied to your account within two days. While you won’t be able to use the credit for your Prime Day purchases, you can easily use the gift card. The promotional credit expires August 7, 2021.

You’ll also want to make sure to read our ultimate Amazon Prime Day 2021 guide which will serve as your one stop shop to getting the best deals and discounts during Prime Day.

Purchase your $40 Amazon gift card here

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