Get a $5 Amazon Credit for Downloading a Free Game

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If you have an Android mobile device and have never downloaded an app from the Amazon Appstore to that device, consider yourself $5 richer.

That’s because Amazon is offering a free $5 credit if you download one of six free games this week from Amazon Underground — Amazon’s collection of free apps, including paid apps that it is currently offering for free.

The six free games you can choose from are:

  • Elmo Loves 123s (which has earned 4.0 stars from customer ratings and which would normally costs $4.99 if downloaded elsewhere)
  • Flow Free (4.5 stars, normally free)
  • Fruit Ninja Academy: Math Master (4.7 stars, normally $4.99)
  • My Boo (4.5 stars, normally free)
  • Simple Solitaire (4.6 stars, normally $1.99)
  • Simple Sudoku (4.4 stars, normally $1.99)

The $5 credit is good toward the purchase of physical goods sold by and is valid for 10 days after you receive it.

To take advantage of this offer, first download the Amazon Underground app. Then, from the Amazon Underground app, download any of the six qualifying games.

That’s basically it.

This offer will be available until 11:59 p.m. PT Sunday, May 8.

Just allow 24 to 48 hours for the $5 credit to be applied to your account. According to Amazon, “You will receive an email notification and the credit will be automatically applied to your next purchase on physical goods sold by”

If you don’t have an Android device or prefer movies to games, head over to Google’s app store, Google Play. It’s currently offering 75 percent off the store price of any one movie rental.

This offer is available through May 26 on Google Play, which generally comes pre-installed on Android devices. It can be downloaded to iPhones and iPads from Apple’s App Store. The discount will be applied at checkout.

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