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This offer is available only to customers who were served an advertisement or received an email for an "Add-a-Card" promotion and only applies if you add a valid, non-expired qualifying credit card or debit card to your Amazon Wallet. To claim the promotional credit, complete the following actions:

Sign in to your Amazon.com account.
Click the 'Add a Card' widget from the advertisement and enter your credit card or debit card details.
Upon successful registration of your card, the credit will be applied to your Amazon.com account.
To redeem the credit, make subsequent eligible purchase(s) using any valid payment method.
This promotional offer is valid for a limited time only or while supplies last. Offer limited to one per customer account and one per credit card or debit card. Amazon reserves the right to modify or cancel the promotion at any time. Amazon Business accounts are not eligible for this offer. If you violate any of these terms, the offer will be invalid, and the credit will not apply. This offer may not be resold, is nontransferable, not redeemable for cash, and is void where prohibited by law and in case of fraud. This offer may not be combined with other offers. Unless an Amazon Gift Card is the stated benefit of the promotion, credit (including those placed directly in accounts) may not be redeemed for Amazon Gift Cards.

After you successfully add your qualifying credit card or debit card, you will receive an email notification specifying the expiration date of the promotional credit. Unredeemed credit will expire after that time. The credit may be redeemed on the purchase of physical products sold and shipped by Amazon.com or products sold by third-party sellers or other Amazon entities which qualify for this offer. Offer excludes certain Digital content and products, including but not limited to Alexa, Fire, and Kindle products/devices, Gift Cards, Alexa Skills, Cloud drive and paid subscriptions such as Prime, Kindle Unlimited, Free Time Unlimited, Comixology Unlimited and Personal Shopper services. Shipping charges and taxes may apply to the full value of discounted and free promotional items. Items must be purchased in a single order and shipped at the same speed to a single address. You are responsible for the final purchase price after the credit is applied, plus applicable taxes and shipping charges. If any of the products purchased with the credit are returned, your refund will equal the amount you paid for the product, subject to applicable refund policies.

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So, because the page doesn't tell you whether or not you are targeted...

I think it's safe to assume if you did not receive the promotional email or click the banner ad for this, you aren't targeted.

Right?
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So, because the page doesn't tell you whether or not you are targeted...

I think it's safe to assume if you did not receive the promotional email or click the banner ad for this, you aren't targeted.

Right?
Looks that way. No go on my account here.
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Here's all you need to know:

"This offer is available only to customers who were served an advertisement or received an email for an "Add-a-Card" promotion"
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I wonder why Amazon keeps doing these random $5/$10 credit promos with different credit cards where the vast majority of us don't qualify for it.
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I wonder why Amazon keeps doing these random $5/$10 credit promos with different credit cards where the vast majority of us don't qualify for it.
They probably target people who they think don't have the card to encourage them to sign up for it. I can't tell if you mean to say a vast majority of people don't have an American Express credit card or that they don't qualify for this offer, but it sounds like you aren't doing credit card churning, so I would look into that as you could be leaving a lot of free money on the table.
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I wonder why Amazon keeps doing these random $5/$10 credit promos with different credit cards where the vast majority of us don't qualify for it.
Amazon padding stats for investors...
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I wonder why Amazon keeps doing these random $5/$10 credit promos with different credit cards where the vast majority of us don't qualify for it.
Most likely this is sponsored in part by American Express. Many people have multiple credit cards and have a default one listed with Amazon. Amex knows that if you switch to their card or at least add it to your cards in file with Amazon you'll likely use it and they earn money through transaction fees, typically 2 to 4%. It would also be easy to target with Amazon's help as Amazon can send out the targeted offers or provide Amex with a list of all customers that don't have an Amex card.
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no-go for me also
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No-Go for me also :-(
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Most likely this is sponsored in part by American Express. Many people have multiple credit cards and have a default one listed with Amazon. Amex knows that if you switch to their card or at least add it to your cards in file with Amazon you'll likely use it and they earn money through transaction fees, typically 2 to 4%. It would also be easy to target with Amazon's help as Amazon can send out the targeted offers or provide Amex with a list of all customers that don't have an Amex card.
that's correct. amex is asking amazon to do this. amex wants you to put the card in your payment line-up; they feel the card is on par with the amazon chase card and the amazon store card. there's no way people will use the card if it doesn't get stored. nobody types in credit card numbers into an amazon purchase.
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this sucks not wasting my time with these silly offers I am platinum card holder and a supp black card holder (thanks pops) and feel I should get these but never screw u amazon not going to waste my time !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
😳 Chill out 🤣
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that's correct. amex is asking amazon to do this. amex wants you to put the card in your payment line-up; they feel the card is on par with the amazon chase card and the amazon store card. there's no way people will use the card if it doesn't get stored. nobody types in credit card numbers into an amazon purchase.
On top of that Amazon is a crazy high spend for most people. I don't spend a lot but what I do goes through AMZN. There is also so much digital and 1 click purchase options, it could be a large windfall for a card issuer to make their way to default payment.
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