Amazonis just around the corner, arriving on with its usual parade of deals across the retailer’s full spectrum of categories, including everything from electronics to sporting goods to fashion.
Here’s a deal that’s not so “usual”: a “Spend $10, Get $10” promotion available when you shop one of “more than a million deals from small and medium-sized businesses” that are part of Amazon’s extended reseller network. (There was previously a second option involving a $10 credit with the purchase of $40 in gift cards, but that’s currently sold out.)
Option 1: ‘Spend $10, Get $10’
If you spend more than $10 at participating Amazon small-business vendors, you’ll be emailed a $10 Amazon credit to spend during the Prime Day sale, meaning June 21 and 22.
Amazon has pulled together a storefront atthat highlights the more than 300,000 small businesses in its seller network, including , and stores. Eligible products can also be found through Amazon’s and collections (basically, the company’s startup-friendly answers to Etsy)
Because this is Amazon, these stores are available via voice shopping, too. Echo owners can say, “Alexa, shop small business,” to find eligible products for the promotion.
Here are some example items that qualify:
Option 2: Buy $40 in gift cards, get a $10 credit (Update: Sold out)
For the gift card offer, just buy over $40 in select Prime-brandedfrom now through June 20 and receive a $10 promotional credit. ( .)
How can I save more than $10?
First off, you should be able to take advantage of both of the offers above, for a total savings of $20. In addition to that, savvy Amazon shoppers know that the aforementioned earn 10% back in rewards on eligible purchases (that’s up from the usual 5%).is the way to double-dip on rewards, and that’s true for the Spend $10, Get $10 offer, too. Use the Prime Rewards Visa or Amazon Prime Store Card and
Don’t have ayet? Amazon Prime members who sign up for the card in June will get a $150 Amazon Gift Card instantly upon approval.
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