Free Limited-Edition Gund Teddy Bear with $100 Amazon Gift Card

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Each holiday season, Amazon teams up with Gund to create a limited-edition teddy bear. Gund is known for their quality stuffed animals and they do everything from Elmo to Curious George to Boo the Dog.

Amazon Prime customers can now get a free 10″ 2017 Gund Teddy Bear with the purchase of $100 Amazon gift card. It’s a nice little bonus that you can either give together or separate the gift card and give the teddy bear to a child. (You could also just do it and collect cute bears.) If it goes out of stock, it is also available in $150, $200, and $250 gift cards. You can also check back later as they usually come back in stock a few times. However they do eventually sell out every year.

Not Prime yet? In addition to the Amazon Prime 30-Day free trial, there is also Amazon Family which includes the 30-day free trial Amazon Prime plus 20% off diapers and special discounts. Amazon Prime Student includes a 6-month free trial + 50% off afterward.

Stack another 5% back on Amazon. If you have Amazon Prime, you can get 5% back at Amazon.com all year long with the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card. Discover it card also has Amazon.com as a 5% cashback category for Q4 2017.

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