HOT – $10 of FREE Amazon Credit when you use “Amazon Cash” to load your account in-store (at CVS or other participating retailer!)

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Here’s a hot little freebie! Right now you can get $10 of free Amazon credit when you add $20 to your Amazon account using “Amazon Cash.”

What is “Amazon Cash?” From their web site:

Amazon Cash is the fast, no fee way to add cash to your Amazon Balance and is currently available at thousands of stores including GameStop, CVS Pharmacy, KwikTrip, Fred’s Pharmacy, Cumberland Farms, and more.
For a limited time, add $20 or more to your Amazon Balance with Amazon Cash and earn a $10 Amazon Credit towards your next purchase from Amazon.com. Your discount will automatically be applied at checkout. This is a limited time offer, one per Amazon customer account. The promotional credit expires on August 31, 2017

Go here to get more information, view the Promotion Terms & Conditioners, and get set up to score your free $10 Amazon Credit.


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Comments

  1. The CVS I checked at didn’t know anything about this; and the Amazon barcode wouldn’t scan. Has anyone done this successfully yet?