Amazon gift cards are always on demand. They are like cash, you can buy almost anything with them since you can find almost anything on Amazon.
But wouldn’t it be nice if you could get those for free, and as quickly as you can read this post?
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And I am not talking about getting them in exchange for doing surveys and offers…
I am talking about real free Amazon gift cards with no strings attached. You don’t have to fill out a single survey or complete a trial offer. And you don’t have to wait until you reach a cash out limit to redeem your points for a gift card.
I am about to show you a simple, no-strings-attached-way of getting a 100% free Amazon gift certificate in under a minuet.
How to get your free Amazon code?
Bing search engine is giving away free Amazon gift cards to those who join the Bing Rewards program which I reviewed last month.
The gift cards are worth $3 each, and can be claimed in 60 seconds or less.
Here is how:
1. Go to Bing.com.
2. Search the word “Amazon“.
3. Popping up should be a large banner toward the end of the page for this gift card promotion.
4. Clicking on the banner should lead you to a link to join Bing Rewards.
5. After joining Bing Rewards, the badge section at the top right of your account page should read that you have promotional credits to receive your $3 Amazon gift card.
6. Click the link to redeem the card.
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Only new Bing rewards members are eligible to receive the $3 Amazon gift card as it is a new sign-up feature.
Once a member, there is a Bing rewards referral program you can participate in and receive even more free credits to redeem for more gift cards.
Unlimited free gift certificates?
And no, you can’t keep creating new accounts and keep getting free $3 gift card codes. Bing takes note of your IP address and once you signed up once through that IP, that’s it.
That said, in theory you could do this over and over again if you could change your IP address or sign up for a new account through someone else’s computer. But I don’t think that’s right!
It didn’t work for me!
If you don’t see any promotional banner after you search the word “Amazon”, that’s probably because you already have a Bing Rewards account, and as I mentioned above, this only applies to new accounts.
It could also happen if you are logged in to Hotmail or MSN account, even if you didn’t directly signed up for Bing Rewards.
And remember, as with any other promotion, this promotion will end one day. As of the time of writing this post, the promotion is still going. But depending on when you discover and read this post, you may just be too late.
Go get yours
Ok, go get your free Amazon gift card, then come back here and tell me if you were successful.
I would love to see how many people can successfully get those free codes.