[Prime] $10 Amazon AU Gift Card with $49 Spend Using Australian-Issued Mastercard @ Amazon AU

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Great deal if you have a Mastercard.

Works out to be about 20% off if you find something for $50.

T&Cs -

Terms and conditions
• The offer entitles the first 26,000 Amazon Australia Prime customers who have an active Prime membership on the Amazon Australia Store (“Eligible Customer”) to receive one $10 amazon.com.au gift card when they, in a single order, spend $49 or more on eligible items on amazon.com.au using a Mastercard card issued in Australia.
• Any non-Australian issued Mastercard cards or any non-Mastercard cards will not qualify for this offer.
• For the purpose of these terms and conditions "eligible items" refers to any item purchased on Amazon.com.au (via desktop, mobile browser or the Amazon Shopping App) but excludes digital purchases such as e-books, subscriptions such as Prime video and audible, gift wrapping and postage or delivery rates.
• Amazon's standard delivery rates and policies apply to any purchase made pursuant to the offer.
• To redeem the offer, once an Eligible Customer has added $49 or more of eligible items to their cart and finalized their purchase at checkout, the Amazon.com.au Gift Card will automatically be added to your account within 60 days after the promotion ends. A confirmation email will also be sent to the customer’s registered email account within 7 business days of their eligible order being processed.
• All Amazon.com.au Gift Cards are subject to the Amazon.com.au Giftcard Terms & Conditions and Amazon.com.au Gift Card restrictions.
• The offer can only be redeemed once per Eligible Customer.
• If Amazon considers a customer to be operating multiple accounts, those accounts will, for the purposes of this offer, be treated as one customer.
• If you return any item purchased under the offer, such that your order would not have met the offer terms, the offer will not apply.
• If you violate any terms and conditions of the offer, the offer will be invalid.
• Amazon may elect to cancel a transaction (and refund monies paid) if Amazon considers that a customer is violating these terms or to address suspected misuse, abuse or fraud.
• Amazon reserves the right to modify or cancel the offer at any time.
• Offer is non-transferable and may not be resold. Amazon.com.au’s Conditions of Use and Sale apply.
• The offer is valid until the earlier of 11:59PM (AEDT) on 29 November 2021 or once the first 26,000 Eligible Customers redeem the offer.

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2021

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Comments

  • +2

    But where's my switch deal?

  • +3

    Need Amazon Prime for this :(

    • You get three months free on an eligible mastercard - search for dealbots post on this.

  • +7

    Can you buy $50 gift card?

    • looks not

      • Based on where?

      • Why? It's not stated in T&C's

        • +1

          In TC

          but excludes digital purchases such as e-books, subscriptions such as Prime video and audible, gift wrapping and postage or delivery rates.

          I think gift card is digital purchase

          • +1

            @PeppaCat: Physical gift cards are not :)

          • +1

            @PeppaCat: You can always get a physical gift card. Plus get a free gift box.

          • @PeppaCat: what if i pay using $40 in gc and rest of balance of $9 mc

        • +6

          anyway bit the bullet and bought $50 gift card.. will see if I get the $10 amazon gift card or not haha

          • +4

            @gembel: I chatted in and the rep said gift it is eligible. So I bought one.

            • @Anonymous101: Digital or physical gift card? Pls tell us 😁

            • +2

              @Anonymous101: On chat with rep. Their response "Sorry, this offer is not eligible on purchase of e-gift cards."

          • @gembel: Egift card or physical? I got a physical 🤞

            • +1

              @John Kimble: umm.. I didn't ask specifically and the rep didn't say it had to be physical. So I just bought digital gift card. I have screenshot saved so I will get back to them if they don't give me that $10 :D

      • Thanks got physical.

  • +1

    Is this include gift card purchase?

    • Almost never does

  • Any terms and conditions? Can I buy anything and check out with a MasterCard as long as it's more than $49?

  • +1

    Within 60 days to appear?

    • To redeem the offer, once an Eligible Customer has added $49 or more of eligible items to their cart and finalized their purchase at checkout, the Amazon.com.au Gift Card will automatically be added to your account within 60 days after the promotion ends.

    • +1

      At this time of year they have an extended return period; they are waiting for the end of to prevent you buying an item getting the money then returning it

  • Seems like I should be able to buy a $50 gift card to activate the deal.

  • can i buy $50 gift card?

    • Seems unclear! I'm also curious.

    • I want to know too!

  • Pre-orders eligible, do we think?

    • +1

      I'd say no as you don't pay for preorders until release.

      • +1

        But you don't pay for items until they're shipped in general on Amazon.

  • +21

    Aww man Mastercard gets bonuses.. I have a Visa that gets extra fees lol

    • +2

      Literally feeling like VISA is gonna go down the drain man VISA is coming up with no offers, whereas Mastercard coming full on to attack VISA via amazon, elevate, CBA, elite club, SB etc. So many more

      • +1

        Yeah I don't really use credit cards enough to justify a second but next time it'll be Mastercard

        • only reason i dont Combank CC was because of that Decent Signup $200 CB on only $1000 spend

      • +5

        This is because Amazon is actively targeting Visa.

        https://www.paymentsdive.com/news/amazon-takes-visa-battle-t...

    • +1

      You can use a debit card.

    • +4

      …for everything else, there's Mastercard.

    • Just get a debit MasterCard?

  • +1

    Can you use cashrewards or shopback?

  • 28 degrees shouldn't work right? It didn't work with the Prime deal before.

    • +8

      Why not? It's an Australian issued Mastercard.

      • Sorry, i meant it "should" work right?

        The 3-month prime promo only worked on certain Mastercard cards. Didn't accept my 28 degrees.

  • -1

    Is this targeted or for first time users or anything like that?

  • +3

    Idek how we can tell if we are getting the voucher?

    • exactly

    • Seems like there’s no way of knowing until 7 days later at the earliest

      • yeah I bet the plan is to get a bunch of people to jump onto the deal not knowing they are already not eligible because the 26k limit was reached.

        I did it just now, but it's been 9 hours since this was posted. I have no way of knowing if I'm in the 26k. These are things I wouldn't have bought otherwise.

  • +12

    is Amazon gift card considered digital purchase?

    Also maybe stack with this?
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/664837

    • +6

      Good one, just bought $75 physical gift card which gives $15 off in total (20% off amazon gift card is pretty good!)

    • +13

      Thanks for sharing this! I ordered a physical Amazon gift card, and customer support confirmed that they both stack for $15 in total, stating that "$5 will be added as promo code and $10 will be added as gift card.”

      • +1

        Thanks heaps! I just did the same. I can see from checkout page "your purchase qualifies you for a $5 promotion credit". However did you see from anywhere that it confirmed you for the $10 bonus gift card? Thx

        • Neither did I, which was why I opened a customer service chat, and they assured me that they bonus gift card would automatically apply for the first 26,000 people spending >$50 using MasterCard

  • What items are eligible for the $49 threshold offer spend?
    Eligible items refers to any item purchased on Amazon.com.au (via desktop, mobile browser or the Amazon Shopping App) but excludes digital purchases such as e-books, subscriptions such as Prime video and audible, gift wrapping and postage or delivery rates.

    It says digital purchases are excluded, but doesn't give gift cards as an example which is confusing.

    • Could easily argue that a gift card is a digital purchase since it's not like they physically send you anything.

      • That's why i'm hesitant to buy the gift card since Amazon aren't clear on it.

  • +1

    Wonder if disposable TransferWise Mastercard is considered an Eligible Australian Issued Mastercard? 🤔

    • I'd like to know as well.

    • It's issued by Cuscal(and Aussie payments company) so I would think it should be fine. I added mine to the account and purchased a gift card so we'll see

  • +4

    It may be difficult to tell if you're one of the first 26000 customers to qualify for the $10 gift card when you purchase thing(s) $49 or over.

  • +3

    when did this start?

  • good

  • +1

    Would a debit MasterCard work?

    Issue is you don't know, last time apparently I wasn't one of the first 30,000 😬😬😬

  • I would say gift cards ok as it lists a point about their use.
    • All Amazon.com.au Gift Cards are subject to the Amazon.com.au Giftcard Terms & Conditions and Amazon.com.au Gift Card restrictions.

    • +2

      That's just T&C for the free $10 one you get from the deal.

  • +1

    Master Debit card eligible?

  • Prefect timing was just placing an order. :)

  • +2

    Bought a PS+ 1yr sub, which is eligible based on the T&C's as it's sent as a physical gift card to your address.

    • I’ve just done the same

    • -3

      Are you sure? Condition says excludes digital purchases

      • +1

        Read my comment properly…

  • +31

    From Amazon live chat

    I understand your concern, this offer is not eligible for digital purchases.

    If you order for a physical gift card you will be eligible, but an e-gift card is not eligible.

    • +16

      this was too cute to pass up, free $10 :)

      https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B081VD86T1/ref=ppx_yo_d...

    • +2

      Physical Amazon gift card, here we go

    • +3
      • Can it stack?

        • Yes, I was told by customer support that it will

      • Won't stack with the "Spend $39+ on Eligible Products & Receive $10 Promo Credit" because

        excludes products sold by third-party sellers on Amazon.com.au (even if fulfilled by Amazon AU), digital purchases such as e-books, subscriptions such as Prime video and audible, gift cards and postage or delivery rates

        • Yet it did. Didn't expect it to, but I posted that after seeing it show up on my Prime page.

          Thank you for making your first Prime eligible order and claiming your promo credit. The promo credit has been added to your account and will show up as ‘Prime Credit' at checkout.

          The promo credit will be automatically applied to a future Prime eligible order of $39 or more at checkout once your first Prime eligible order dispatches. Look for Prime eligible items marked ‘Prime’, and sold and shipped by ‘Amazon AU’ on the product detail page. The promo credit cannot be used towards purchases from third-party sellers on Amazon.com.au (even if fulfilled by ‘Amazon AU’). The promo credit will show up as 'Prime reward' at checkout. The promo credit expires within 30 days. See full terms and conditions below.

  • Pre-orders should be okay I guess

  • +4

    i bought a physical card so should be ok

  • +8

    No way to tell if first 26000 customers or not, would be good if they told you when placing the order whether you will get the bonus voucher or not.

  • Oh FFS, I spent $49 on Mastercard earlier today. Maybe I can cancel and reorder?

    Scratch that, I can't cancel and the item is out of stock anyway lol

    Any idea when this started? Maybe I'm already eligible.

    • +2
      1. What is the offer?
        The first 26,000 Eligible Customers who, between 26th and 29th November 2021, spend $49 or more on eligible items in a single transaction on Amazon.com.au using an Australian issued Mastercard card, will receive a $10 Amazon.com.au Gift Card, automatically credited to their account within 60 days of the end of the promotional period, for use on a future purchase.

      26th. Started 31 minutes ago.

      • Let's hope they count it from EST and not WSt otherwise I'm 2.5hrs early hahha

      • +1

        The 60 days wait has me :S

      • Bummer. I realised I actually used some gift card credit anyway, so only actually put $34 on the Mastercard.

        • +1

          You can amend payment methods to remove gift cards on desktop version on Amazon website

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