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Just as the title says. I got an email from Amazon. This is a targeted offer...check your emails.

Give $50 in Amazon Gift Cards, Get a $10 Promotional Credit for Yourself

Enjoy this e-mail-exclusive offer: Surprise someone with an Amazon.com Gift Card, and get a $10 promotional code to spend on yourself. Just purchase at least $50 in Amazon.com Gift Cards by August 31, 2013, and we'll email you a $10 promotional code to spend at Amazon.com this fall. A perfect present for any occasion, Amazon.com Gift Cards can be sent via e-mail, posted on Facebook, printed at home, or sent through the mail (with Free One-Day Shipping). Amazon.com Gift Cards are redeemable storewide for millions of items and never expire. Learn how to use your promotional code. Terms and conditions apply; learn more.


Important Notification: This offer is good ONLY to customers who received the e-mail invitation. If you did not receive an e-mail invitation, you are not eligible for this offer. Customers receiving the invitation must use the Amazon.com account associated with the e-mail address to which the invitation was sent in order to qualify.

Terms & Conditions

In order to qualify for the promotional credit, you must: (1) be the recipient of the corresponding offer e-mail; and (2) purchase at least $50 in Amazon.com Gift Cards ("GCs") between August 1, 2013 and August 30, 2013, 11:59 PM (PT).


• Purchases must be for at least $50 in combined GC value.

• Offer valid on GCs purchased on Amazon.com and, in the case of E-mail and Facebook GCs scheduled in advance, delivered before September 1, 2013.

• For qualifying purchases, a promotional code of $10 ("Promo Code") will be sent by September 15, 2013 to the e-mail address associated with the Amazon.com account used to purchase the GCs.

• Promo Code is valid through and expires on October 31, 2013, 11:59 PM (PT).

• Limit one Promo Code per customer/primary e-mail address.

• Promo Code may be applied only to eligible products sold by Amazon.com Inc. and its affiliates and does not apply to products sold by third-party merchants through the Amazon.com site.

• Savings from the Promo Code will be reflected on the final checkout page on qualifying orders.

• If items purchased with the Promo Code are returned, the amount of the Promo Code used to purchase such items will be subtracted from your return credit.

• The Promo Code is non-transferable and may not be resold.

• The Promo Code may not be combined with other offers.

• If you violate any of these terms and conditions, the promotion will be invalid.

• Void where prohibited.

• Amazon reserves the right to modify or cancel the promotion at any time.

• Additional restrictions apply, see www.amazon.com/promos for details.

Member Summary

Yep, got the offer in an email yesterday. Confirmed targeted since none of my friends received it.

Would it work if I buy $50 Amazon.com GC somewhere else and load it to my Amazon account?
The reason that I ask is because I normally buy Amazon GC somewhere else (e.g. Staples).

BTW, I received $10 promotion code 2 weeks ago (for a similar offer that expired 7/31), then receive this offer again. Wonder why.

snova said:   Would it work if I buy $50 Amazon.com GC somewhere else and load it to my Amazon account?


OP even posted the terms and conditions. Read them.

del

That's my question too. Do I hafta give it to someone else or can I give it to myself?

Understand what T&C says (must purchase GC at Amazon.com).
However, I got a $10 promotion code from last offer(7/31) for no reason, except the fact that I loaded $100 GC to my account prior. Any explanation?

snova said:    Any explanation?



Same reason as why I just received a "Limited Edition" of Battlefield 3 (with code), when I ordered the regular edition for $ 3.42 shipped from Amazon warehouse: random luck.

respdoc said:   snova said:    Any explanation?

Same reason as why I just received a "Limited Edition" of Battlefield 3 (with code), when I ordered the regular edition for $ 3.42 shipped from Amazon warehouse: random luck.


There got to be some algorithm used by Amazon (based on customer behavior).
Until we figure it out, I agree we call these luck. In any case, thanks for the sharing.

snova said:   Would it work if I buy $50 Amazon.com GC somewhere else and load it to my Amazon account?
The reason that I ask is because I normally buy Amazon GC somewhere else (e.g. Staples).

BTW, I received $10 promotion code 2 weeks ago (for a similar offer that expired 7/31), then receive this offer again. Wonder why.

  Hi there,
Just wondering if you are signed up for any promotional emails from Amazon. Can you check in your Amazon account communication preferences? I have never been sent these types of offers. Boo.
Thanks!

I received this offer today for October.



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