Free Amazon Gift Card 2020
We all know Amazon is huge but prepare to be shocked. The tech giant brought in more than $280 billion in revenue last year, with $141 billion alone from online sales. To put this into perspective, PayScale reports that the average retail store owner made around $51,000 in 2018.
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The only thing better than shopping on Amazon? Getting what you want for free. I’ll tell you 10 different ways to get free Amazon gift cards.
1. Play games
If you like playing games online, you’ll like this even more: Some sites allow you to play in exchange for points, which you can exchange for PayPal cash or gift cards to places like Amazon.
Sites like AppNana, Swagbucks, and Appdown offer this point system. All you need to do is play games and reach certain levels, watch videos or temporarily download apps. Be sure to read the terms and conditions, though, so you’re not giving away more data than you should be.
Now, don’t expect huge rewards, but if you’re already playing eligible games, it’s worth taking advantage. AppNana even issues rewards for simply logging in each day.
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2. Take surveys
Bad at games? Try taking surveys instead. Sites like InboxDollars, Survey Junkie, Opinion Outpost and MyPoints offer surveys on a range of topics. As you submit your surveys, you earn points and can cash them out for Amazon or other retail gift cards or as a PayPal payment.
There are downsides. It can take a little while to build up points, and the gift cards are often for small amounts, but the surveys are easy to fill out, and usually don’t take more than a few minutes to complete. This is particularly useful if you’re bored. Why not channel that boredom into earning a little extra spending money?
Be warned: Using these survey sites will likely load up your inbox with junk email. I suggest making an email address just for that purpose, separate from your regular inbox.
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