Here are five easy ways to get Amazon gift cards:
1. Coinstar – I posted earlier this year about starting a “change jar.” When you visit a Coinstar machine, you have the option of “cashing out” but then you have to pay 9.8 cents per dollar. They also have an option where you can get “free coin counting” if you opt for a gift card or gift certificate instead. Amazon is one of the choices and the e-certificates you get for Amazon never expire! They also offer gift cards for Albertson’s, Borders, Cabela’s, CVS, Eddie Bauer, iTunes, JC Penney, Lowe’s, Old Navy, Overstock.com, Regal Entertainment Group, and Starbucks. We started filling a change jar at the beginning of the year and it’s already almost full. I’m looking forward to cashing it in for an Amazon card and finding out how much money we’ve saved so far!
2. Epoll – Epoll.com is a survey site that I have been with for several years now. The surveys are typically fairly easy and usually relate to TV shows. I usually get 2-3 surveys each month. You earn points for completing the surveys which can then be exchanged for gift cards to Amazon and a number of other retailers including Best Buy, Target, Home Depot, and Red Lobster.
4. Opinion Outpost– Opinion Outpost is a survey site that I just joined recently. You earn points for completing surveys and for every 50 “opinion points” you earn, you can choose to cash out for a $5 Amazon gift card.
Also, check with your bank to find out if they offer rewards if you use your debit card. We recently found out that we can earn points from our bank for using our debit card and one of the retailers when we cash out points is Amazon!
Do you know of other ways to earn Amazon gift cards or do you have another thrifty tip to share? Feel free to link up below!