Amazon Canada Amazon.ca: $10.00 Credit When You Add $50.00 or More to Your Balance with Amazon Cash (First-Time Users Only) Get $10 When You Add $50+ with Amazon Cash!

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Get some spending money before Black Friday at Amazon.ca, because you'll get a $10.00 credit when you add $50.00 or more to your Amazon balance with Amazon Cash!

This offer is only available to first-time Amazon Cash users. Amazon Cash is a service that lets you instantly add an Amazon.ca Gift Card balance to your Amazon account at participating Canada Post or Hasty Market locations. The process does involve going to a physical store location to add the balance and we've listed the steps to get started below..

  • Go to the Amazon Cash page to get a unique barcode tied to your Amazon.ca account
  • Visit a Canada Post outlet or Hasty Market location, show the barcode and you can load a balance up to $500.00 directly to your account
  • Load $50.00 or more and a $10.00 promotional credit will be automatically applied to your account

This bonus offer is available until December 31, while the $10.00 promotional credit expires on January 31, 2019. The bonus credit can only be used on products sold and shipped by Amazon.ca, while the loaded Amazon.ca Gift Card balance does not expire and does not have merchandise restrictions.

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    • True RFDers did the $25 for $100 load on Prime Day, but alas no time machine for anyone new.
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    • Leverage wrote:
      Oct 25th, 2018 4:58 pm
      True RFDers did the $25 for $100 load on Prime Day, but alas no time machine for anyone new.
      should I wait for the next 25/100 special (which might never come) or go with this 10/50 offer? decisions .. decisions
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    • Worked for me. Grabbed 10$ of a credit. Thank you!
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    • Worked for me. Grabbed 10$ of a credit. Thank you!
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    • mcfrugal wrote:
      Oct 25th, 2018 5:37 pm
      should I wait for the next 25/100 special (which might never come) or go with this 10/50 offer? decisions .. decisions
      If you are or anyone that is a heavy amazon shopper then heres an idea if anyone want the promo credits "now".

      1st do this $50 deal for $10
      Then do a reload $50 GC get $10 special (google the active link)
      Lastly do another reload of $100 GC and get $5 (google active link)
      I'd suggest to wait for each credit to come through before jumping on to another one just incase. In the end total = $25 credit. Not the best but it is free $25 for someone that is amazon heavy.
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    • What's the point of Amazon Cash? When one can reload directly from their account, why would anyone reload at a CanadaPost or one of their listed sites is beyond me...
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    • I believe I already took advantage of this last year.

      How would one know if their account is eligible for the $10 credit?
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    • killer_chan wrote:
      Oct 29th, 2018 2:12 pm
      What's the point of Amazon Cash? When one can reload directly from their account, why would anyone reload at a CanadaPost or one of their listed sites is beyond me...
      Yeah, I don’t really get it either, I attempted doing this at a Hasty Market near my home and they wanted to charge 13% taxes on top of the $50 cash being loaded to Amazon, that pretty much would negate $10 bonus from Amazon that also has an expiry date if you don’t use it fast enough... smells more like a cash grab to raise up their cash reserves like other gift cards like iTunes where you can have hundreds of dollars of iTunes cards already paid for without them being cashed out for years afterwards... so they can reinvest the cash reserves received up front because of consumer behaviours where they may even forget about it that it exists or never log back into their accounts if they ever got hit by a bus.
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    • thought it was 7.50 for 100, got email saying they gave me $10
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    • killer_chan wrote:
      Oct 29th, 2018 2:12 pm
      What's the point of Amazon Cash? When one can reload directly from their account, why would anyone reload at a CanadaPost or one of their listed sites is beyond me...
      Money laundering?
      (I have been watching too much Ozark)
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    • Tried to load this up today and pay with credit card - dude at the Post Office said I had to pay cash or debit card...........
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    • Don't forget not everybody have credit cards. This way you can purchase things from amazon without a credit card. (exemples : person under 18 years, old, bad credit history etc...)
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    • Amazon Cash is a stupid idea. Amazon will have to run these promos forever because why would anyone ever use it?
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    • I loaded $50 got the $10 it had to be debit however no taxes and applied credit to my Amazon bill, easy free $10 however yes no credit allowed for loading it
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    • Going to try this again after losing out on the $25 from doing it last time (was in the hospital for 9 days, checked at some point and it was 3 days past expiry)
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    • I got this email despite having used Amazon Cash before.

      Has anyone who has previously used Amazon Cash tried to do this promo and received their $10 credit?
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    • $10 Amazon Credit when you try Amazon Cash

      Take advantage of them all with a $10 Amazon.ca Credit from Amazon Cash. For a limited time, your first Amazon Cash top-up of $50 or more will earn you a one-time $10 Amazon.ca Credit. Your credit is automatically applied towards your next qualifying purchase on Amazon.ca. Simply add Amazon Cash before December 31st to receive your $10 promotional credit.
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    • This deal comes back again. But I have already topped up once in The summer.
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    • Do you have a link for the offer?
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    • can you top up with credit cards ? ie go to Canada post outlet and use credit card or I have to provide them cash?
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