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Amazon Black Friday: Spend $20 and Get $5 back in eBook credit when you spend $20 on eBooks!

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Amazon Black Friday: Spend $20 and Get $5 back in eBook credit when you spend $20 on eBooks!

Get that Kindle book you’ve been thinking about!

How it works:

  1. Click Activate on this page any time during the offer period TODAY – Dec 5. Eligible purchases made before activation still count!
  2. Spend $20 on any eBooks by Dec 4.
  3. Get $5 back in eBook credit to spend on any eBooks.

 

How do I get my eBook credit?

Customers receive their eBook credit after spending the specified amount on any Kindle eBooks between Nov 27 and Dec 4 (in one or multiple transactions). You must activate your offer by clicking Activate any time during the offer period in order for your purchases to count.

Which Kindle eBooks count towards the offer?

Any Kindle eBook that you purchase on Amazon.com during the offer period will count, including eBook gift orders, bulk eBook orders, and pre-orders that are fulfilled during the offer period. Activation can occur at any time during the offer period. Pre-orders that are fulfilled outside of the offer period are excluded from this offer.

When is the offer period?

The offer period is between Nov 27 and Dec 4.

When do I get my credit?

Your credit will be automatically applied to your account within 2 days after spending the specified amount on any Kindle eBooks. We will notify you via email once your credit has been applied to your account.

How do I use my eBook credit?

Your $5 eBook credit is automatically redeemed on your next Kindle eBook purchase. Any Kindle eBook sold on Amazon.com is eligible for this credit.

When does my eBook credit expire?

Your eBook credit expires 21 days after it is applied to your account.

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