Purchase a $50 Amazon Gift Card, Get a $15 Promotional Credit [Targeted]

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Amazon just released a promotion for select Amazon accounts to receive a free $15 promotional credit with the purchase of a $50 Amazon gift card. If you should at Amazon often, you might as well purchase the gift card, immediately apply it to your account and then use the gift card on future purchases. If you are eligible, you’ll then receive the promotional credit to use within just a few days.

Unfortunately, out of the three accounts I tried, neither were eligible. You can check to see if you are eligible for this promotion here or by applying coupon code 19GIFTCARD at checkout.

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According to this Slickdeals thread, it seems like maybe more non-active Amazon accounts have been targeted for this promotion. There are also reports of some accounts being eligible for slightly different offers when using the same coupon code (i.e., $5 promotion credit instead of a $15 promotional credit).

Comment below if you are eligible for this promotion and your offer.

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