Amazon Bonus $5 with a $25 Gift Card (Amazon Student members ONLY)

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UPDATE: This offer is valid ONLY to Amazon Student members with a free trial or paid membership to Amazon Prime. Not an Amazon Student? Go here to learn about and sign up for the program.

Through October 9th, Amazon is offering a student-excusive lightning deal offering a free $5 promotion code with the purchase of a $25 gift card.

Here are the details from Amazon:

Amazon Student-exclusive offer: Buy a $25 Amazon Gift Card (shown below) by October 9, 2015 and get a $5 promotional code to spend on yourself. Here’s how:

1. Add a select $25 Amazon Gift Card (shown below) to your cart.

2. Enter “STUDWEEK” in the “Gift Cards and Promotional Codes” box at checkout to qualify.

3. After your gift card ships, you’ll receive an email containing a code for a $5 promotional credit that can be applied to your Amazon account for items sold and shipped by Amazon.com. Credit expires on November 22, 2015.

Amazon.com Gift Cards are redeemable store-wide 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 valid ONLY to Amazon Student members with a free trial or paid membership to Amazon Prime. Not an Amazon Student? Go here to learn about and sign up for the program.

This should stack nicely with the 5% 4th quarter bonuses for the Chase Freedom and Discover it cards. You may possibly earn 5% more from the Giving Assistant portal.

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Last updated on December 20th, 2018

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Nick Reyes is a (fairly) regular guy with an animalistic passion for maximizing the value of miles and money to travel the world in comfort and style. There is little in life that he loves more than finding a fantastic deal and helping you shop smarter & harder to achieve your travel dreams.

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Bran Fan
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Bran Fan

For regular amazon goods, will giving assistant honer stuff paid by amazon gift cards?

Duncan
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Duncan

Not seeing this gift card deal.

Bigdave
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Bigdave

It’s not midnight pacific yet. 🙂

Nikki O
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Ugh, that’s 3 am Eastern time :/ If there’s a limit of 1, not worth it. If there’s no limit, worth it!

Dan
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Dan

Giving Assistant’s rules for Amazon exclude gift cards.

Dan
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Dan

Amazon Student-exclusive offer: Buy a $25 Amazon Gift Card (shown below) by October 9, 2015 and get a $5 promotional code to spend on yourself. Here’s how:
1. Add a select $25 Amazon Gift Card (shown below) to your cart.
2. Enter “STUDWEEK” in the “Gift Cards and Promotional Codes” box at checkout to qualify.
3. After your gift card ships, you’ll receive an email containing a code for a $5 promotional credit that can be applied to your Amazon account for items sold and shipped by Amazon.com. Credit expires on November 22, 2015.
Amazon.com Gift Cards are redeemable store-wide 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 valid ONLY to Amazon Student members with a free trial or paid membership to Amazon Prime. Not an Amazon Student? Go here to learn about and sign up for the program.

Josh
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Josh

Seems to only work for physical cards. Wouldn’t let me apply the code when trying to purchase a egift cert. Of course I was using my own email, so I don’t know if this disqualifies the promotion.

Thanks for the tip.

Susan
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Susan

How do I access this? Not seeing the Amazon gift card under lightning deals.

Greg The Frequent Miler
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Sorry about that everyone. You do need a student account to access this deal. I’ve updated the post accordingly. I believe that if you have access to a .edu email account you can sign up as a student…

Mike
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Mike

That is correct. As long as you have a .edu email you can get a student account. You can also get Prime for half price if your account is an Amazon Student account. Thankfully my former University lets everyone keep their email addresses after graduation which comes in handy.

They run promotions like this where you buy a physical gift card and you get a egift card for x dollars back 4 or 5 times a year.