Free $5 to Amazon with a $50 Gift Card Purchase

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If you are an Amazon shopper, this is a great way to receive a $5 promotional credit towards your next purchase. All you have to do is purchase a $50 gift card and the free credit is yours. Unfortunately though, this is a targeted offer. You’ll have to check here to see if you are eligible and then register if you are. Or, you can enter code SMS2020 at checkout to see if your account is eligible.

a screenshot of a credit application

The real only stipulation is that you must send the gift card via text message to receive the credit. During the purchasing process, just select the “Text Message” delivery option and enter your phone number.

amazon gift card free

This is a quick and easy way to earn $5 free to Amazon. The offer doesn’t expire until September 30, 2020, although I suggest taking advantage of it sooner than later. The promotional credit will be applied to your account within 3 days of the gift card being sent. You can then immediately apply the credit to your next purchase and use the purchased gift cards as well. (The promotional credit expires November 16, 2020).


This is another great promotion for those that shop at Amazon often! You can then use your gift card and promotional credit towards many Daily Deals and many other offers you see, such as spend $100 on baby products, get $20 off.

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