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Amazon is offering First-Time Amazon Cash Customers: $5 Amazon Credit when you Add $30 or more to your Amazon Balance at participating stores. Thanks DealHunter_565

Note, offer valid for first time Amazon Cash Customers only.

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  1. Head over to a participating store [store locator]
  2. Ask the cashier to scan your unique barcode or provide the verified mobile phone number associated with your Amazon Account
    • Log in to your Amazon Account and get the barcode here
  3. Add $30 or more to your Amazon Balance
    • Amazon Cash transaction must occur by 11:59 pm (PT) October 31, 2020
  4. The $5 Amazon Credit will then be applied to your next Amazon.com purchase when you add a qualifying item to your cart
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Try Amazon Cash [amazon.com] for the first time by adding $30 or more to your Amazon Balance and earn a $5 Amazon Credit towards your next purchase on Amazon.com. Your discount will automatically be applied at checkout. This is a limited time offer, one per Amazon customer account.
The promotional credit expires on November 30, 2020.

2 WAYS TO USE AMAZON CASH:
Visit www.amazon.com/cash and login to your Amazon Account to get your barcode or verify your mobile phone number.

PAY CASH IN STORE:
Go to a participating store and ask the cashier to scan your barcode or give the cashier your mobile phone number. Then pay the amount you want to add to your Amazon Balance in cash.

SHOP ON AMAZON:
The Amazon Credit will be applied when you add a qualifying item to your cart.

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Seems like a lot of work for $5 doesn't it?
All depends on where you shop I guess. We stop in the local CVS store once a week or two, so it's no harder than printing out the barcode and having the cashier scan it.
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Seems like a lot of work for $5 doesn't it?
Extremely low hourly pay.
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I can't believe you actually asked this, both because it's unethical and because this site forbids advising how to commit fraud. Just keep the damn $30. You're going to spend it eventually, I assume.
how is that fraud or unethical, it's your money; you can do whatever you want with it. c'mon dude. even though there is no mechanism to "cash out" even if there were, it's not fraud; that's ridiculous.
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Seems like a lot of work for $5 doesn't it?
First time here?
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how is that fraud or unethical, it's your money; you can do whatever you want with it. c'mon dude. even though there is no mechanism to "cash out" even if there were, it's not fraud; that's ridiculous.
It's fraud for the same reason that it's fraud to take advantage of a BOGO offer then later return the item you paid for but keep the free one. The terms are you pay for something to get something else free. Both sides get something in the deal. In your scenario, you're getting something for nothing, which is not the deal. Fraud.
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Dude...take the stick out of your.....
I didn't steal from the bread line and left kiddies without their meals.

It was a promotion that lasted days. Time limited not number.
If anything I took from billionaire Bezos.
Although I see nothing wrong with using the same deal on separate legit accounts (i.e. each is for a unique, real person), especially since it wasn't number-limited, none of these are legit defenses. Stick to what is actually a good reason, not childish rationalizations. Something doesn't have to be the worst thing ever to still be wrong.
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Although I see nothing wrong with using the same deal on separate legit accounts (i.e. each is for a unique, real person), especially since it wasn't number-limited, none of these are legit defenses. Stick to what is actually a good reason, not childish rationalizations. Something doesn't have to be the worst thing ever to still be wrong.
[Little girl and her brother walk up to the counter.

They have been saving up to get something for their out of work daddy and with the bonus. They have just enough but sadly they are informed "No Can't Do" some dude came up and use up the last four promotions.]

Really...these sticks up the hindquarters must be a new pandemic. Removal is covered by insurance OR is it that you like it there....????

*NOT.... that I need t explain but "ONLY" two are my accounts. The other two belong to my niece & nephew.
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It's fraud for the same reason that it's fraud to take advantage of a BOGO offer then later return the item you paid for but keep the free one. The terms are you pay for something to get something else free. Both sides get something in the deal. In your scenario, you're getting something for nothing, which is not the deal. Fraud.
give me a break. that's not the definition of fraud in my country. I live in america; we are free here and that includes the merchant's freedom to be stupid. maybe it's fraud in your country which would make sense since anytime you lose it's probably had something to do with fraud.

if the store allows returns with a receipt and you return it and they accept it, how is that fraud? it's the store responsibility to sort it out, not the customer. in your example, I would say the customer is a heck of lot smarter than the store. if you buy the product and take it home thinking you wanted two of them and you change your mind and you only wanted one so you return just the one....there no fraud. it's not my responsibility to bring back both of them if I want to keep one. what the merchants does after that is either brilliant or downright dumb but there's no fraud because there's no intent. fraud has nothing to do with the terms or both sides getting something or a deal. that's ridiculous son.
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give me a break. that's not the definition of fraud in my country. I live in america; we are free here and that includes the merchant's freedom to be stupid. maybe it's fraud in your country which would make sense since anytime you lose it's probably had something to do with fraud.

if the store allows returns with a receipt and you return it and they accept it, how is that fraud? it's the store responsibility to sort it out, not the customer. in your example, I would say the customer is a heck of lot smarter than the store. if you buy the product and take it home thinking you wanted two of them and you change your mind and you only wanted one so you return just the one....there no fraud. it's not my responsibility to bring back both of them if I want to keep one. what the merchants does after that is either brilliant or downright dumb but there's no fraud because there's no intent. fraud has nothing to do with the terms or both sides getting something or a deal. that's ridiculous son.
So, if you get away with it, it's not fraud? You just described much that's so wrong with the country I live in--same one you do, so spare me the "inferior furriners" crap (a total giveaway btw to where your political leanings lie). "Freedom" to you means being free to cheat others, so long as they don't know it? So it's ok to cheat children and the mentally challenged? What about being given too much change back at a mom & pop store? You're free to not tell them? What about "returning" an item you just took off the shelf?

You got caught in advocating clear cut fraud and are doubling down on all the BS rationalizations for it. It doesn't have to be illegal to be moral fraud.
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So, if you get away with it, it's not fraud? You just described much that's so wrong with the country I live in--same one you do, so spare me the "inferior furriners" crap (a total giveaway btw to where your political leanings lie). "Freedom" to you means being free to cheat others, so long as they don't know it? So it's ok to cheat children and the mentally challenged? What about being given too much change back at a mom & pop store? You're free to not tell them? What about "returning" an item you just took off the shelf?

You got caught in advocating clear cut fraud and are doubling down on all the BS rationalizations for it. It doesn't have to be illegal to be moral fraud.
It's not ok but it's not fraud either. There is no such thing as moral fraud.
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The $30 goes into your Amazon account balance, like a gift card. You can not withdraw that money as cash.
oh gotcha. thanks
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Or can insert $20/$10 bills?
It only accepts $30 bills
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What is mean by first time Amazon cash?i earlier loaded gift card to my Account but i didnt added cash from my credit card so am i eligible to this offer ?
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You know I've read a lot of wack threads before but since when do morales come into this website in any form or fashion we're all trying to save a buck keep your ethics at church I personally am a churchgoing guy but I sure enough grabbed up all four of the $15 480 GB PNY hard drives as well after searching three stores to get themI'm not trying to push it onto a site where people are trying to scrape by and save a couple bucks here and there so for all of you taking advantage of this I say hooray Amazon gets a ton of my money and is still living high on the hog I'm not rationalizing that's a fact but it doesn't belong on this site please stop the discussion about morals Or ethics and post some good deals instead of wasting your time I know everyone's riled up because it's election time but seriously find me some deals and post them love you all for real no negative energy this countries got too much of that already find me deals save me money that's why am on here for that's why we should all be on here for there's my sermon
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That was pretty painless. Dropped by a CVS on the way home. Put in 30$ cash and had my 5$ notification almost instantly.
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