New Scientist is reporting that the company’s gift cards can be redeemed for a wide range of gifts for family and friends.
In particular, it can be used to buy a Christmas tree or a stuffed animal for a loved one.
You can even spend $25 to get a Kindle, but that’s not a requirement, and Amazon will even give you a $5 gift card if you do it.
But is that enough to get you excited about spending your $25 on Amazon gift cards?
Well, not quite.
You’ll need to spend $50 for the full range of items listed above, plus some more.
The gift cards are only valid for the first year of Amazon Prime subscriptions.
It is worth noting that Amazon’s giftcards are not valid for new purchases, meaning if you already have a Prime subscription, you won’t be able to use them for the same gift.
How to redeem gift cards Amazon giftcards can be spent at any time at Amazon.com or online at Amazon.com/giftcards.
The card must be used in full within 30 days of its purchase date and will be cancelled after 30 days if unused.
If you’re buying gifts for a sibling, you can redeem a gift card for a gift that your sibling can redeem for at Amazon or online at Amazon.org/gifts.
Amazon giftcard gift card purchase rules and rules apply.
The gift card cannot be used for gift cards, online gift cards or in-store gift cards.
For example, the card cannot also be used with gift cards from Walmart or Target.
To redeem a new Amazon gift Card, visit www.amazon.com to find the card, click on the ‘My Amazon’ section and then select ‘Use a Gift Card’.
To redeem a used Amazon giftCard, go to Amazon’s online gift card redemption portal and then enter the card number or code.
All new Amazon Prime memberships include free one-year Amazon gift Cards.
New Amazon gift offers are not subject to Amazon’s terms and conditions, so you can buy a gift for someone you don’t know and it will be valid for up to one year.
You must be an Amazon Prime member to redeem a free one year gift.