Black Friday may be over, but there’s still plenty of deals to be grabbed with a ton of online Cyber Monday sales. Even better, savvy shoppers have uncovered a way to add a little extra money to their wallets while they fill their carts on Amazon — for free.
According to BGR, there are a few “hidden” ways you can score actual cash by shopping the Amazon Cyber Monday sales this year. The most lucrative offer can pad your Amazon account with $15 to put toward your purchases after purchasing a $50 gift card. Yep, that’s it! Then you can use the gift card plus your extra $15 toward any items in your cart.
There is one slight catch though: this deal is only eligible for anyone buying the gift cards online for the first time. If you’ve physically bought an Amazon gift card at somewhere like Walmart or a your grocery store, you should still be able to redeem the online offer. If you can’t remember either way, you can check your eligibility on the official promo page.
Don’t count yourself out just yet if you didn’t happen to qualify for this $15 perk, though. Amazon is also offering an extra $10 reward for those who reload an Amazon.com gift card balance with at least $100. Again, this must also be your first time reloading a card in order to receive the benefit and is also only available to Amazon Prime members. You can check the official promo page for this reward to see if you’re eligible.
If all else fails, you can try getting an extra $5 by adding $20 worth of Amazon Cash to your account. Although it’s the least amount of added dollars, this method is probably the best chance whether or not you have Amazon Prime account, since it's available either way, or if have purchased gift cards online in the past. It does still need to be your first time using Amazon Cash, though. Again, check out the official promo page for this offer to see if you qualify.
Here’s hoping you can grab all the Cyber Monday deals you’ve got your eye on without totally draining your wallet!
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