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Get $10 off when you add your Discover card to your Amazon wallet and spend a minimum of $10.01

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This is a limited time promotion. Get $10 off using the promotional code above when you add your Discover card to your Amazon wallet and spend a minimum of $10.01. The promotion code will end on the earlier of (a) 11:59 PT on 9/30/2021, or (b) the time at which offers worth $440,000 have been redeemed. The promotion code will expire concurrently.
Amazon.com reserves the right to cancel or modify this offer at any time.
Offer is available by invitation only, is non transferable, is not redeemable for cash, and may not be resold.
Offer applies only to the purchase of at least $10.01 of eligible products using a Discover Card added to your Amazon wallet and the promotion is applied at checkout.
Offer is not available to anyone who removed and re added card after 6/24/2021.
Offer only applies to products shipped and sold by Amazon.com. Products sold by third party sellers or other Amazon entities will not qualify for this offer, even if they are "fulfilled by Amazon.com" or "Prime Eligible".
Maximum benefit you may receive from this offer is $10 per eligible Cashback Bonus enrolled card per one account.
Offer may not be combined with other offers.
Shipping charges may apply to discounted promotional items.
Offer does not apply to purchase of digital content.
Offer discount will be allocated proportionally among all promotional items in your original order. If any of the items in your original order are subsequently returned, your refund will equal the original price of the product, less the proportional amount of the discount. The total discount on the unreturned amount of your original order will then be less than $10.
If any of the products related to your original order are returned, subject to Amazon's refund policy, you will receive a refund of the amount charged to your card first, followed by Cashback Bonus.
Promotional codes (including those placed directly in accounts) may not be redeemed for Amazon Gift Cards.
This promotion is available only to Amazon.com customers with an eligible Cashback Bonus card issued in United States.
Promotional credit is applied before taxes and fees.
If you violate any of these terms, the offer will be invalid.

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Im curious why these kinds of posts are even allowed?? It's a targeted direct only deal so if Amazon didn't send it to you, you can't get it. So anyone getting this offer already knows it. Why post something no one can get??
Well, I am eligible for the offer but amazon doesn't send me an email or push notification about it, I only find it out with PO's link, will it explain your question?
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Yup, I never get a notification for these promotions since the account is in my wife's name/email. Saved me $10 on some Crocs, because I'm a grown man and secure in my comfortable footwear choices as I do yardwork or take out the trash.
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Im curious why these kinds of posts are even allowed?? It's a targeted direct only deal so if Amazon didn't send it to you, you can't get it. So anyone getting this offer already knows it. Why post something no one can get??
Worked for me and I didn't see any email (could have missed it). Thanks OP
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Thanks OP! I never knew about this and just got a $10 discount.
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For many of you, this will be TLBig GrinR, but I've learned a valuable lesson I'd like to share:

I've seen a lot of these Amazon "link your card" deals in recent months/years, and have availed myself of a couple of them. I'd like to take this opportunity to highlight some risks and some pitfalls I learned the hard way about storing too many payment methods on a website... If you read nothing else here, just think about not leaving too many stored payment methods on various web sites.

Here's my story:

In late-May someone managed to hack my Amazon account -- I am not sure how they managed this, as I had a reasonably sophisticated password. Needless to say, Amazon picked up on the fraud pretty quickly and locked the account, but unfortunately it didn't end there.

The fraudsters were pretty slick (no pun intended), as they ordered a small $10 to $20 item on each of my credit cards, which was shipped to my house. They then ordered an Amazon e-gift card, which was apparently sent to some other email address. These transactions were performed in the wee hours, and the small purchases initially fooled the Amazon fraud detection system into thinking it was indeed me making these orders. By the time I woke up and checked my email, they'd already gotten one gift card for $150. In all, they did this for 3 of my credit cards, though it appears that the subsequent gift card orders were stopped by Amazon.

Unfortunately, despite my speaking with Amazon CS, they really dropped the ball. They didn't cancel the small item purchases, and those items shipped via Prime. I couldn't even see the orders, as Amazon makes fraudulent orders invisible to the customer. They said they would refund them and send me return labels for the items, but also never did. In all, I spoke with them 3 times over the course of a few weeks about this. I then turned to the credit card issuers, all of whom immediately insisted on cancelling/replacing my cards, and initiated chargebacks for the charges back to Amazon. So I also had to update a bunch of credit card auto-pays to new card numbers. In all 3 cases, Amazon disputed the chargeback saying that I ordered multiple items to the address the items shipped to, using that same credit card, so my chargebacks were all denied (all of which is true, and could have been avoided if Amazon simply let me returned the items I didn't order instead of hiding those orders)..

I spoke with Amazon again, who told me once again that they would credit the amounts back, but they didn't. I then turned back to the credit card issuers, and I managed to get this resolved with my two AMEX cards, but Capital One turned out to be the worst to deal with -- despite them always being helpful. Despite me giving them the whole story on multiple occasions about what happened, they sent me a letter about a week ago saying that they "found no indications of fraud". Amazon says they gave Capital One the money back, Capital One claims they subsequently gave the money back to Amazon after the fraud investigation about a week ago. I am a tennis fan, and I really feel like the bouncing tennis ball being repeatedly hit to either side of the net.

So please learn from my adventure -- if you use one of these promos anywhere, REMOVE the card from your stored credit cards if you don't plan to use it often at that store. I've since left only 1 stored card at Amazon, and deleted my stored cards from my Target and Walmart accounts (I order from them online only a few times a year). Any store selling e-giftcards is a candidate for this new type of fraud...
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