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Amazon Coupons: $10 off $50 Warehouse, $15 off $40 for Amazon Student

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amazon200Here are a couple of quick Amazon promotions before I sign off for the weekend:

Amazon Warehouse Deals $10 off $50. Get $10 off a $50+ purchase at Amazon Warehouse with coupon code EARTH10. This is where Amazon sells their open-box and pre-owned products. Basically, stuff other people returned. I’ve bought a few things without issue.

Here’s a link to the Kitchen goods and Electronics sections. Offer expires at 11:59 p.m. (PT) 4/22/2017. Offer only applies to products sold by “Amazon Warehouse Deals.”

Amazon Student $15 off $40. Have a .edu e-mail address? Sign up for a free 6-month trial of Amazon Student and get a $15 off $40 coupon with the promo code PRIMESTUDENT. How to redeem the offer by 4/16:

1. Log in to your Amazon account.
2. Select at least $40 in products (but not digital content) sold by Amazon.com or Amazon Digital Services LLC, not sold by a third-party seller or other Amazon entity (look for “sold by Amazon.com” or “sold by Amazon Digital Services LLC” on the product detail page), and place the products in your Shopping Cart.
3. Enter the code “PRIMESTUDENT” at checkout in the “Add a gift card or promotion code” field.
4. The $15 discount will then be applied.

Amazon Prime Student gets you the free 2-day fast shipping, video streaming catalog, and other exclusive discounts. After the trial ends, you get 50% off the full Prime membership cost for four years or until you graduate, whichever comes first. If you qualify, it’s worth signing up.

Alexa $5 promo code with $25 gift card purchase. Get a $5 promo code if you order a $25 gift card through Alexa. Also, get another $5 promo code when you re-order a previous purchase via Alexa. You can use Alexa through Fire TV and other devices now.

Trim Savings: Connect Your Visa Card For $40 Cashback Towards Everyday Purchases

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trimsavings0Financial chatbot Trim has a new feature called Trim Savings. (Here’s a previous review of Trim’s subscription cancellation service.) You link your existing Visa card and they will come up with cashback coupons. The offers are linked to your Visa card number so that when you swipe your card, the coupon is automatically applied as a statement credit on your account. No paper coupons. No codes to show. It sounds very similar to the AmEx Offers feature on American Express cards.

Limited-time promotion. They are currently offering $40 in cashback coupons towards “everyday purchases” like groceries, dining, shopping, and movies. While supplies last. Here’s how that $40 breaks down:

  • Groceries: $1 on any purchase > $5 (you’ll receive 10 of these–a total of $10)
  • Dining: $1 on any purchase > $5 (you’ll receive 10 of these–a total of $10)
  • Movies: $10 on any purchase > $20 (you will receive only once)
  • Shopping: $10 on any purchase > $50 (you will receive only once)

From their site:

For example: You sign up for Trim. We send you a $10 cashback coupon offer for shopping. You go to the Gap and spend $50 on your Chase Visa card. The moment after you swipe at the register, you’ll get a message saying “Trim saved you $10!” You’ll receive a statement credit for $10 on your Chase account.

Requirements. You’ll need both a Visa card and Facebook Messenger account in order to receive and activate cashback coupons from Trim Savings. When I did it, Trim only wanted access to my public Facebook profile. They say that SMS will be supported in the future. Here’s a screenshot from my Messenger account:

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What you’re giving up. The service is free, but you must agree that “Trim and Visa can share my card and transaction details to identify qualifying purchases, provide rewards and personalize offers based on my past and ongoing transactions.” Basically, you are signing up for targeted advertising in the form of coupons based on your spending history.

Bottom line. If you are comfortable sharing your Visa purchase history and have a Facebook Messenger account, Trim Savings seems like an easy $10-$40 bucks upfront for buying the same things you would have otherwise. We’ll have to see what other good coupons come up. Keep it afterward if you like it; unlink your card later if you don’t.

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