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(More People Targeted) $10-$50 Off Your Amazon Order When You Use Discover Cashback

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$10 Off Your Amazon Order When You Use Discover Cashback

There’s a new offer that can get you a free $10 to spend on products sold and shipped by You just need to have a Discover card and use your cashback for your purchase. Let’s look at the details.

Update 3/21/22 – More people have been targeted for this offer.

The Offer

Get $10, $20 or $50 off at Amazon when you use Discover Cashback Bonus for your purchase.

Here’s how it works:

  • Activate this promotion You should try the (Old Link) as well
  • Apply points to your next order using your Discover Cashback Bonus eligible credit card.
  • Add $30 or more (depending on the offer you get) of eligible products sold and shipped by to your shopping cart.
  • Get $10 discount

Offer Link

Key Terms

  • This is a limited time offer. The promotion will end on the earlier of (a) 11:59 PT on 5/31/22, or (b) the time at which offers worth $400,000 have been redeemed. The promotion button will expire concurrently.
  • 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 items made with an eligible Discover Card, where Cashback Bonus is used for at least a portion of the purchase and the promotion code is activated. When you click on the ‘Click to activate’ button your Discover Cashback Bonus will be temporarily set as default payment method at checkout for a duration of six hours, unless you manually update your payment option. The promotion remains valid even after the temporary default setting lapses, until the end of the promotion period.
  • The maximum benefit you may receive from this offer is $10 per eligible Discover Cashback Bonus enrolled Card.
  • Offer only applies to products sold by (Look for “sold by” or “sold by Amazon Digital Services LLC” on the product detail page). Products sold by third-party sellers or other Amazon entities will not qualify for this offer, even if “fulfilled by” or “Prime Eligible”.
  • Limit one promotion code per Cashback Bonus eligible card.
  • Offer does not apply to the purchase of digital content.

Other Amazon Promotions

Here is a list of other current Amazon promotions that can save you some money:


This is a targeted offer, but you can easily check to see if you’re eligible. Worth it if you have a Discover card. You just need to use $0.01 in cashback for your $30+ Amazon purchase and you will receive a $10 discount.

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  1. Here’s the thing with Amazon & their so-called “offers”. I’ve tried three times to order the total is over $135 & All items had Free Shipping except for one which I chose .22 for a 5- day shipping. I have a Discover card on file but last few times I’ve not allowed them to use the Cashback bonus. This time I saw they’d Give you $10 off If you do use your Cashback bonus. So, with taxes order total was slightly more than the $135 I did Apply the Cashback bonus for the Entire Balance because I have more than enough, 4 times more, so That’s not the Issue, what IS is the Fact I received the $10 Off of Shipping..Hum, I Qualified Free Shipping because of the items I Chose to Purchase except for the .22 cents. So, they were Charging me Shipping where they should Not & using That as the $10 so-called Off. This has happened a few times with Amazon & I refuse to Buy Prime because We do Not use that Much “Shipping” Charges in a year. There ARE other places to Shop. Think long ago, Amazon got Way too Big for their Britches. Or so they think. I also don’t use Whole Foods since when they Purchased that, they also Changed their Food & Farmers. Movies? Nope, Not interested in their Choices either. Guess I’ll have to Find All those items I’ve tried now 3 times to Purchase at a different location. I’m sure I’ll find them.

    • I am not sure you know how to use these offers. Did you register for the offer before you place the order? and got the confirmation? and are all items you are buying are ‘sold and shipped by Amazon’ ??? as terms and condition clearly shows, $10 discount will only apply to the items sold and shipped by Amazon and most items you buy from Amazon’s are NOT sold and shipped by Amazon so discount won’t apply.

      I can’t get enough of these offers… they work and saved me hundreds of dollars over the years. (I have 5 amazon accounts, 4 of them mainly used for these offers)

  2. “Thank you for your interest in this offer. Unfortunately, you are not eligible for this invitation-only offer.” Not a great post for the uninvited. Have A Discover card so it must be more selective than that.

    • look harder and there are articles on how to get your self targeted. However, that loop hole might be closing now that the ‘trick’ has been out there on internet for a while (since last year at least).


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