Buy $500 (or More) Worth of Gift Cards and Get $15 Promo Credit (First 3,000 Orders Only) @ Amazon AU


Better than nothing if you're gonna spend $500 or so with Amazon

"The first 3,000 orders who enter the promotional code “GIFTBFS15” in the “redeem a Gift Card or Promotional Code” box at checkout when purchasing $500 or more in Gift Cards in a single transaction will receive a $15 promotional credit that can be used on a future eligible order (“Offer”). Offer available between 12:01AM (AEST) on 20th November 2023 and 11:59PM (AEDT) on 3rd December 2023. Promotional credit will expire at 11:59PM (AEDT) on 30th November 2024. Your promotional credit will be automatically applied to your account within two (2) business days after your order is shipped (for physical gift cards) or the order being completed (for electronic gift cards). A confirmation email will be sent once the promotional code has been applied to your account. Your promotional credit can only be used for purchases of eligible items shipped and sold by Amazon AU and will be automatically applied during checkout. If a new account is created, it may take up to 48 hours for the promotional code to be successfully applied at checkout."

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2023

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  • +10

    That equal to 3% off.

  • +13

    6% off eGift Cards at Gift Card Exchange. Double the discount and it's gift cards instead of promo credit.

    Amazon gift cards or exchange gift cards.

    • +3

      That thread is a cluster f of problems. So many ppl getting credit cards blocked and wasted time.

      • +1

        Had no issues with it

        • What card?

    • +1

      Tried Gift Card Exchange for $500 Amazon gift card using NAB credit card. Failed with D4405 error. Looked at Internet banking/phone app….no indication or notification there that my account was blocked. They should use technology to immediately notify customer account is blocked e.g. SMS to contact number, e-mail to nominated account and notification in Internet banking - so customer doesn't get embarrassed having transaction rejected because customer didn't know card was blocked (lag between blocking and getting phone call from NAB).

      Anyway, no indication there was a problem so I bought $500 Amazon gift card from Amazon under this offer, using same NAB credit card. ($15 saving is better than an unfulfilled promise of a $30 saving). Transaction on Amazon went through straight away.
      Several minutes later I received call from NAB about first transaction - to confirm I wasn't being scammed and after confirming ok, they said they would unblock card.
      Explained I just used it for Amazon purchase without a problem - so was it blocked??? - maybe Amazon still hadn't processed payment.
      Asked whether I could now buy Amazon GC from Gift Card Exchange and was advised it would be ok - they would have override so it wouldn't block transaction.
      So tried again and failed with D4405 error again. I've used up both chances so kiss that offer goodbye!!
      I wasn't happy when NAB called the first time as wasn't advised my card had been blocked and they could have used technology to do so in real time. Unblocking would still rely on getting the call but at least I would be in the dark about the status of my account.
      I wonder if they will bother calling me about 2nd failed transaction on Gift Card Exchange. I suspect they'll just make sure account is not blocked and give the call a miss.

  • +1

    @mapax - get ready for a busy month leading up to Christmas.

    • +1

      Other peoples gift cards, the gift that keeps on giving for OzBargain shitposters…

  • -1

    Doesn't work

  • It worked for me today.

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