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How do I redeem my Amazon Gift card?

I received a $25 AMazon gift card for Christmas. How do I use it?

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Go to Amazon website
Go to Accounts & Lists
Go to Gift Cards
Go to Add Gift Card
Enter your Card Information
It will show your cards balance
When you purchase an item, select Gift Card as payment method

Posted on Aug 01, 2019

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SOURCE: I got a flex card with a amazon gift and I do not know how to use it

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This website is a direct link to their support page. Good luck!

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SOURCE: Do you have a telephone number. My. Grandson gave me a Amazon gift card and I. can't use it

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of course ,if you want amazon site , the phone number is on their web page

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SOURCE: where is the claim code for my Amazon gift card

On the back of the card under a stick or scratch-off rectangle, pretty close to the middle of the card. If the panel is silver, you can usually peel up the edge with your fingernail and lift it. If it's one of the older gold colored ones, you'll want to scratch it off.

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SOURCE: How do I redeem a gift card?

take it to the retailer and buy stuff to the value of the card

Posted on Jan 09, 2017

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I have an amazon gift card that I want to use to purchase something from amazon. I am ready to go to the checkout how do I apply the gift card?


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  1. Find the claim code on the card.
  2. Go to www.amazon.co.uk/redeem. You may be asked to sign in to your account again.
  3. Enter your claim code and click Apply to Your Balance.
Note: If your order total is more than your gift card balance, the extra will be paid for by your default payment card.
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About Gift Card Redemption Problems

If you're having problems redeeming a gift card to your account, it's possible that the gift card claim code has already been redeemed to your account. After you've entered the claim code on our site, we'll keep the balance in your account for use on future purchases so that you don't need to enter the claim code again. If you're seeing an error message that the gift card has already been redeemed, it's likely because the gift card claim code has already been applied to your account. To check whether the funds are already on your account, view your gift card balance in Your AccountYour Account. If you're still having problems, check the Gift Card Terms & Conditions to make sure your order meets the rules and restrictions for paying with a gift card. If your Amazon.com Gift Card claim code is scratched off or can't be clearly read, you can contact us with the 16 or 30 digit number on the back of the card.If the gift card is for a retailer other than Amazon.com, please contact that retailer for assistance.

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