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Do It A Second Time! 20% Off Amazon Working Again!
Mark wrote about a great promotion on Amazon two days ago. You can get 20% off up to $100 when using 1 Membership Reward point at checkout. This may be targeted but looks like almost everyone is able to get it to work. You can try for yourself here, make sure you activate it first.
The promotion was even better than expected. You can buy $400 in Amazon gift cards and $100 in third party gift cards and get $100 off on the whole order.
Do It A Second Time!
Now the promotion is working again for a second time for those who already took advantage of it in the first couple of days. You can no longer use it for Amazon gift cards this time around, but it is still working on third party gift cards. I tested it with Lowe’s gift cards myself and it is working for me for a second time.
Some people who have yet to use the promotion could even be able to still go the old route with the $400 in Amazon gift cards. Try that first if you have yet to take advantage of this great promotion.
If you did purchase Amazon gift cards last time you can use them for the purchase this time. That is some great stacking there and would bring your discount to 36% on your first $400 in purchases this time around.
Just make sure you activate the promotion and use at least one Membership Rewards point.
It’s surprising that Amazon is letting people do this once more. Do this ASAP! It might not last long. Take a look at the gift card selection and find something that you could resell for the most value or brands that you can use yourself.
HT: Doctor of Credit
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