Discounted Retailer Gift Cards Available Now on Amazon

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With graduations and Father’s Day on the horizon, we are seeing some brand new discounted retailer gift cards available via Amazon! Some of these retailer gift cards are ones we don’t frequently see on the discounted gift card line-up.Ā  As one example, if you want to stick a $50 Chipotle gift card in your graduate’s wallet before they head off to college, you can grab one right now for just $40.

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Discounted Retailer Gift Cards on Amazon:

  • Spend $50, Get $10 Off on Chipotle Email Gift Cards (Code CHIPOTLE10)
  • Spend $50, Get $10 Off on Krispy Kreme Email Gift Cards (Code DONUT10)
  • Spend $50, Get $10 Off on Famous Footwear Email Gift Cards (Code FAMOUS10)

There are a few other discounted gift cards that will go on sale with limited quantities today, including Firehouse Subs, Steak & Shake, Bow Tie Cinema, and Lucille’s Smokehouse and BBQ, with several of those already available as of this morning.

Remember you can typically purchase retailer gift cards on Amazon by paying with an Amazon gift card. This means that you can use Amazon gift cards that you may have purchased at an office supply store or grocery store with a credit card that awards a bonus at those types of retailers.

While this won’t help you on Amazon, also know that Panera is offering a $10 bonus gift card with a purchase of a $50 gift card until May 31, 2018, just in case you like their salads and pumpkin muffins even half as much as we do.

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