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$20 Amazon Gift Card for $10!!

UPDATE:  Your $5 sign up credit can no longer be used on this deal :(  Hope some of you got it!  Still a good deal at $10 and it's STILL AVAILABLE!!  - thanks Michelle!

Right now you can get a $20 Amazon Gift Card for $10 from LivingSocial!
Wahoo!!  The deal is available in every U.S market so it doesn't matter what city you use.  It's one per person and it doesn't expire.

Also if your new you'll get a $5 credit! (the credit will only show up if you go through a referral link, so don't go through mine if you have a friend who has
one :)  LivingSocial is a daily deal site similar to Groupon.

After you buy if you get 3 of your friends to buy from YOUR link, you'll get the $20 Amazon GC for FREE!  I happily paid $5, such a great deal!!  --that link may not give a $5 credit to your friend.  You will have another referral link under INVITE MORE FRIENDS that should give $5 to you and $5 to your friend.  Hope it works for you all!!!!!!  
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Comments

Anonymous said…
just wish u didn't need to use a credit card to get it :(
Anne D. said…
Thank you!! What a wonderful deal!
Michelle said…
Thanks for posting this. I got it through your link. After I got it, I emailed my friend with my referal link but it wouldn't give her the $5.00 credit through my link like it did for me through yours, have any idea why?
When will the $5 show up? I clicked on your link and signed up but the credit isn't there yet.
Michelle - The only thing I can think is that they give you 2 different referral links (weird) one for the "if you get 3 friends you get it free" and another one for "5 for you and me" Find your 5 for you and me link under "invite more friends" and have her sign up with a new email??

Tree Huggin Momma - Mine showed up right away, I've heard some say you need to log out and log back in. I hate it when these deals aren't the same for everyone and know one knows why...I'm so sorry!! I hope you get it!!!!
Michelle said…
Audrey, I think I now know what's going on with the $5.00 credit. It looks like you still get the credit but now it can't be used until future purchases. I guess being up all night with my baby did have a perk, I was one of the few who could use the credit towards it!
Thank you Michelle! I updated my post! I hate it when they do that. Glad you got it!

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