Amazon $15 Promo Credit For $75 Gift Card Purchase (Targeted)

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Amazon is out with a targeted offer that you might want to see if your account is eligible for where you can get a free $15 promotional credit on Amazon when you purchase a $75 gift card. This is a no brainer if you are targeted and if you like to shop on Amazon like I do. But, if you have done this one before, you are likely not eligible to do it again. It’s worth a check to see if you can get the offer though.

Amazon $15 Promo Credit For $75 Gift Card Purchase (Targeted)

The Deal

  • Add $75 gift card to your Amazon cart
  • Use promo code 0416GCARDS at checkout
  • $15 code will expire on June 15, 2016

Amazon $15 Promo Credit For $75 Gift Card Purchase (Targeted)

  • Gift Cards never expire and carry no fees.
  • No returns and no refunds on gift cards.
  • Redeemable towards millions of items store-wide at or certain affiliated websites.

Bottom Line

Check your Amazon account to see if you are eligible for this promotion that is targeted for a free $15 promotional credit when you purchase a $75 Amazon gift card. If you are not targeted, you will see ‘Unfortunately, you are not eligible for this offer.’

HT: Reader Lillis for sending this one in.

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  1. “Thank you for your interest in Gift Cards.

    Unfortunately, you are not eligible for this offer.”

    Oh, woe is me. 🙁

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