Amazon.com Gift Card Balance Reload

February 8, 2017 - Comment

Amazon.com Gift Cards for Any Occasion You can buy e-mail gift cards for any amount between $0.15 and $2,000.00. Amazon.com Gift Cards are the perfect way to give them exactly what they’re hoping for–even if you don’t know what it is. Recipients can choose from millions of items storewide. Amazon.com Gift Cards never expire, so

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Amazon.com Gift Cards for Any Occasion

Amazon.com Gift Cards for any occasion You can buy e-mail gift cards for any amount between $0.15 and $2,000.00.

Amazon.com Gift Cards are the perfect way to give them exactly what they’re hoping for–even if you don’t know what it is. Recipients can choose from millions of items storewide. Amazon.com Gift Cards never expire, so they can buy something immediately or wait for that sale of a lifetime.

E-mail gift cards generally arrive within 15 minutes of being ordered if you choose “Now” as the delivery date.

Schedule in advance Schedule in advance. If you wish, you can also specify a delivery date up to 1 year in advance of the purchase date. You can view the delivery date for scheduled e-mail gift cards in Your Account. If the delivery date is incorrect, simply cancel the gift card order and place a new one. Note: You’ll be charged 1-2 days before your e-mail gift card is delivered if you schedule a future delivery date. We’ll send you an e-mail reminder when the delivery date nears.

Key Features No expiration, no fees.

Order up to 400 e-mail gift cards per order.

Redeemable towards millions of items storewide on Amazon.com.

Multiple denominations. Choose your amount from $0.15 to $2,000.

Variety of designs for any occasion.

Other Buying Options

E-mail, print, or send through Facebook

E-mail a gift card, post it on their Facebook Wall, or print one on your home or office computer for personal delivery. Send now or schedule delivery up to a year in advance.

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Purchase Amazon.com Gift Cards with a single greeting card or gift box. Get these quickly with FREE One-Day shipping.

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Amazon.com Gift Cards are a great way to motivate, reward, and appreciate your employees or customers.

Amazon.com Gift Cards Multi-packs

Amazon.com Gift Cards are available to purchase in boxes of 3, 10, 20, and 50. Choose your amount and your design.

Corporate Sales

Order large quantities of gift cards or codes through the Amazon.com Corporate Gift Card Program ($5,000 order minimum). Advertising the use of Amazon.com Gift Cards as an incentive or reward requires a Corporate Gift Card agreement. Learn more.

Buy at a store near you

Need a gift card in a hurry? Amazon.com Gift Cards are sold at select supermarket, drug and convenience stores including Giant Eagle, Safeway, Super Value, CVS Pharmacy, Duane Reade, Rite Aid, and many more. See list of participating retailers.

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Product Features

  • Amazon.com Gift Cards never expire and carry no fees.
  • No returns and no refunds on gift cards.
  • Redeemable towards millions of items store-wide at Amazon.com or certain affiliated websites.

Comments

Tracy says:

Great Feature!! I used this feature because I was offered a $5 bonus with my first $100 upload & it worked perfectly!! Within minutes, I had $105 in my account…Thanks amazon!!If you’re unsure what this feature is, It’s basically buying an amazon gift card….After you add money to your account, when you go to pay for items in your cart, you’ll be prompted to either use your gift card balance, or pay using another method…which is nice because you’re not forced to use this first, or as a payment method every time…(great for accounts with multiple people)!! I think this is also a great feature because, at least for me, it helps me to control & easily keep track of what I spend so I don’t go too crazy, especially around the holidays!! Would recommend trying this!!

Mark McCord says:

Happy to have extra $5.00 in my gift card balance. As I was making a purchase thru Amazon, I was offered additional $5.00 to my gift card if I placed an order for $100.00 to my gift card balance and my remaining balance owed would be $107.00 on an item costing $112.00. I had never done this and was not aware of how it worked. I followed the blue links to read about it because I wanted to use all of my remaining gift card balance to make my purchase, not just the $5.00 being offered. I read the reviews. One review stated you can only use your gift card balance to make purchases. Another stated they never received their additional $5.00 credit after reloading their gift card. I went ahead and reloaded $100.00 on my gift card, and immediately received email that $100.00 was added to my gift card balance. I was expecting it to say $105.00 was being added. I went ahead and purchased my $112.00 item in full with my gift card balance and immediately received email notice that my additional $5.00 credit had been applied to my gift…

herb says:

Purchasing a git card went wrong. I had no intention to reload an old gift card. I received an Amazon gift card for my birthday in June and used it quickly. Once I used it I threw it away. I logged onto Amazon to buy a gift card for my brother for his birthday and somehow reloaded the balance on my old gift card. I don’t have the number and customer service was of no help and now I have a gift card without a number I can’t use. Purchasing a gift card for my brother was not easy. I have a $30 gift card I can’t use now. Isn’t there a way Amazon can help me out?

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