Send $50 Amazon Gift Card Via Text, Get $5 Amazon Credit (Targeted)

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Amazon keeps thinking up new ways for folks to send/receive/reload/ingest Amazon gift credits. Which is fine with me, because they’ll usually pay you a few bucks to try it out. Click here to check eligibility for their latest targeted offer: Get a $5 Amazon credit on your next order if you send a $50 Amazon gif card by text message by 12/22/18. If needed, use promo code SMS2018.

Don’t forget that the Discover it card has as a 5% cash back category this quarter, so you might consider using that as your funding source if you don’t have anything better. Otherwise, you’re basically buying a gift card but make sure to choose “Text Message” as the delivery option. Yes, you can send it to yourself if you want. You should see a little grey box when you check out with this text:

Qualifying offers
Thank you for treating someone to an Gift Card. Now we’re treating you to a $5 promotional credit automatically applied to your account, and good for eligible products sold by

Here’s the offer text:

Surprise someone with an Gift Card sent by text message, and get a $5 promotional code to spend on yourself. Just send at least $50 in Gift Cards by text message and in a single order by December 22, 2018, and receive a $5 promotional credit automatically applied to your account after the qualifying order has shipped. An email notification will also be sent within three (3) days after shipping, confirming your Promotional Credit.

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  1. I’m getting the message that this offer is no longer available.

  2. Joshua Katt says:

    Unfortunately, you are not eligible for this offer

  3. Not eligible. 🙁

  4. No soup for me either, not eligible. I think I spend so much there that they figure they already have my business and there’s no point in paying me five bucks. 😛

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