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Buying an Amazon e-gift card online lets your recipient instantly redeem on millions of items. Or print at home, deliver by mail or find Amazon gift cards at local participating grocery, convenience and drugstores.
If you buy online, Amazon gift cards can be purchased for as little as $1 up to $2,000. In-store cards come in denominations up to $500 — and only at select stores.
Unlike most traditional gift cards, Amazon cards never expire. Free two-day shipping on thousands of items gets your gift to their doorstep lickety-split.
Amazon gift cards work by simply inputting the gift card ‘code’ during the checkout process. There are no fees when you purchase using the gift card, and you can use the credit over several purchases. For instance, if you have a $50 Amazon gift card and you make a $30 purchase, the remaining gift card balance of $20 will stay in your account for future use.
When buying Amazon gift cards, you can purchase one card on its own, or a number of cards in a multi-pack.
Follow these steps to purchase an Amazon gift card via Amazon.
If your heart’s set on giving your recipient a gift they can hold in their own two hands, you should be able to pick up an Amazon gift card at your local grocery store, drug store or department store. Use Amazon’s locator tool to find a participating retailer near you.
Here are a few national chains that sell Amazon gift cards:
Amazon gift cards are one of the most flexible gifts you can purchase online. Regardless of where you are and your recipient is in the world, an Amazon gift card can be purchased and redeemed with ease using a credit card in virtually any currency.
When the only information you have of your recipient’s information is an email address, consider choosing an electronic format for your gift card. Emailing your Amazon gift card, or delivering it via Facebook, ensures speedy delivery and reduces the risk of the card getting lost.
Both the Amazon gift card purchaser and the gift card recipient will need to register an account with Amazon. Registration is free and takes only a few minutes.
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