Tuesday, March 20, 2012

$10 Amazon.com Gift Card for $5

AmazonLocal is having a special 50% off gift card deal going on. Here's the deal text from their site:

What could be better than doubling your money? The answer: not very much. Take advantage of today's exclusive offer and watch $5 turn into a $10 gift card on Amazon.com, the world's largest online retailer.

Whether you're in the market for a Kindle eBook, an Amazon MP3, movies, electronics or new clothing, your $10 Amazon.com Gift Card could go a long way. Use it toward millions of items, including a brand new Kindle Fire, your Cloud Drive, sporting goods, toys, appliances and more. An offer this great won't last forever, so pick one up and stay tuned for what's to come on AmazonLocal, your source for unbeatable deals.
What You Need to Know
• Amazon.com Gift Cards (“GCs”) do not expire
• Limit one GC per household
• GCs may be used only for purchases of eligible goods on Amazon.com or certain of its affiliated websites. GCs may not currently be used for purchases on AmazonLocal.  For redemption options, see www.amazon.com/gc-legal
• Except as required by law, GCs cannot be transferred for value or redeemed for cash. Purchases are deducted from the GC Balance. You must pay for any remaining balance on your order with another payment method. Your gift card claim code may be entered when prompted during checkout. To redeem your gift card using the Amazon.com 1-Click® service, first add the gift card funds to Your Account. To redeem or view a GC balance, visit “Your Account” on Amazon.com. If you have questions about redeeming your gift card, please visit www.amazon.com/gc-redeem.  Amazon is not responsible if a GC is lost, stolen, destroyed or used without permission.  See www.amazon.com/gc-legal for complete terms and conditions. GCs are issued by ACI Gift Cards, Inc., a Washington corporation. ©,®,™ Amazon.com Inc. and/or its affiliates, 2012
• Purchase of GCs on AmazonLocal is valid for US-based customers only

1 comments:

  1. Sue tried to buy one but couldn't - guess the one per household policy is enforced. I wonder if we can get it if we use another credit card.

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