Get $35 (or More) in Free Amazon Credits This Week

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It’s almost time for Amazon’s biggest annual sale this side of Black Friday: Prime Day, which will be held July 12-13.

However, the deals are already rolling in — as are ways to get free credits to put toward future Amazon purchases.

Note that all these offers are available only to Prime members. Not a Prime member yet? Check out our story “Here Are 5 Ways to Get Amazon Prime for Free.”

Complete a Stampcard, get a $10 credit

You can score a $10 credit for a Prime Day order or future Amazon purchase by collecting a stamp for completing each of four Prime activities by July 13 at 11:59 p.m. ET:

  • Stream a show on Prime Video
  • Listen to a song on Prime Music
  • Borrow an e-book on Prime Reading
  • Make a Prime-eligible purchase

To learn more: Visit Amazon’s Prime Stampcard webpage.

Buy P&G, get a $20 credit

If you purchase $75 or more in Procter & Gamble products — including skin care, hair and shaving products, or supplies like laundry detergent and toilet paper — in one transaction, you’ll get $20 in Prime Day credits just in time for the big day.

To learn more: Visit Amazon’s Procter & Gamble Essentials page.

Shop ‘Lightyear,’ get a $5 or $10 credit

Buying merchandise from the new Disney-Pixar film “Lightyear” (a spin-off of the “Toy Story” films) or a ticket to the movie can earn you a $5 Prime Day credit. Buying a ticket to the movie as well as merchandise earns you a $10 credit.

To learn more: Visit Amazon’s Lightyear page.

Visit the Prime Day Offers Hub for more

These aren’t the only ways to earn Prime Day credits — as of this writing, Amazon says you can earn more than $60 in total credit through these and additional offers.

To learn more: Visit Amazon’s Prime Day Offers Hub.

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