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‘Free’ £10 Amazon credit with Barclaycard spend

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Barclaycard customers who spend a minimum £10 on Amazon will have their account credited with £10.

The promotion runs until Friday 30 September and can only be used once per person and per Amazon account.

To get the deal, you need to have an eligible personal Barclaycard (excludes business and corporate cards).

You need to log into your Amazon account via this Barclaycard Amazon promotion link to get the credit automatically when you spend £10 or more.

Once the order has been despatched, you’ll get an email from Amazon confirming your account has been credited with the £10.

You then have until Sunday 30 October to use the credit (products needs to be sold and fulfilled by Amazon and it isn’t valid on a number of items, as well as warehouse deals and marketplace orders). See the promotion link for the full T&Cs.

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