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There is a targeted offer out to get a free $10 credit at Amazon.com for changing your 1-click payment method to a Citi card. Unfortunately, I was not targeted for this promotion — but it’s easy to click the link below to check and see if you are eligible.
- Get a free $10 Amazon promotional credit by changing your 1-click default payment method to an eligible Citi card
- Direct link to see if you are targeted (this is an affiliate link)
- An eligible Citi Card is a Citi-branded consumer or business credit card issued in the US except for the Costco Anywhere Visa Card and the Costco Anywhere Visa Business Card
- Promotional credit must be redeemed by 11:59 p.m. PT on July 31, 2018
- The credit may be redeemed on the purchase of physical products sold and shipped by Amazon.com or Amazon Digital Services LLC (look for “sold by Amazon.com” or “sold by Amazon Digital Services LLC” on the product detail page), and excludes certain content and products, including but not limited to Alexa, Fire, and Kindle products/devices, Gift Cards, Kindle eBooks, instant videos, MP3s, and all other digital content and downloads. Products sold by third-party sellers or other Amazon entities do not qualify for this offer, even if “fulfilled by Amazon.com” or “Prime Eligible
- Your eligible Citi card mustbe active at the time of using your promotional credit
- See promotional page for full terms
These promotions come around pretty regularly. If you have an eligible Citi card, it’s worth clicking the link to see if you are targeted. Doctor of Credit reports that some readers have seen this as an ad in the Amazon app after clicking the link above. YMMV on that — I did not receive an ad for this offer in the Amazon app even after clicking the link.
If eligible, remember that the $10 promotional credit only applies to items shipped and sold by Amazon – no third party purchases.
H/T: Doctor of Credit