Thursday, June 18, 2015

Are You a Student? Amazon Wants to Give You $10

#Amazon #Student – Are You a Student? Amazon Wants to Give You $10 – If you’re a student looking for a good last-minute Father’s Day gift for your dad, Amazon may have just given you the perfect solution: buy him a $50 gift card as a present, and get a $10 credit for yourself. The offer is available only to Amazon Student members, and all the details can be found below.

Spend $50 or More on Select Father’s Day Amazon Gift Cards, Get a $10 Promotional Credit for Yourself


Show Dad you care with this Amazon Student-exclusive offer: Buy a Father’s Day gift card and get a $10 promotional code to spend on yourself. Just purchase at least $50 in select Father’s Day Amazon.com Gift Cards (shown below) in a single order by June 21, 2015 and we’ll email you a $10 promotional code to spend at Amazon.com. Here’s how:

1. Add at least $50 in Father’s Day gift cards (shown below) to your cart

2. Click the yellow button below or enter “STUDENTFD” in the “Gift Cards and Promotional Codes” box at checkout to qualify.

3. After your purchase, you’ll receive an email within 2 days containing a code for a $10 promotional credit that can be applied to your Amazon account for items sold and shipped by Amazon.com. Credit expires on August 31, 2015

A perfect present for dads, grandpas, and uncles, Amazon.com Gift Cards can be sent via email, printed at home, or sent through the mail (with Free One-Day Shipping). Amazon.com Gift Cards are redeemable storewide 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 ONLYto 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.

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Prejeesh Sreedharan

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I am a Biotechnologist very much interested in #SciTech (Science And Technology). I closely follow the developments in medical science and life science. I am also very enthusiast in the world of electronics, information technology and robotics. I always looks for ways to make complicated things simpler. And I always believes simplest thing is the most complicated ones.

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