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    Full Member snappy's Avatar
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    Amazon Noob Doing well wants to know.
    Does anyone here besides me get paid via gift card? lol
    I do ok with amazon, just wondering if anyone here opted for the gift card feature instead of cash. I know silly question but hey I do it that way and it will change if I make more but curiosity is lingering since I see amazon has a slot on ABW and its a question I have been wanting to ask someone.
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    I do, it's great. It's where I usually do most of my online shopping and I also have Amazon Prime. Just yesterday ordered a lawn mower that will be coming tomorrow with free shipping and it came out of my gift card balance.

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    Thats why I do it like this, I was curious because I don't know anyone who works with amazon and my husband thinks I am nuts sometimes, but i like it.
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    I did the first time but knowing me I would forget or misplace the code, etc. so I changed it to autodeposit.

    We just recently started buying more non-books related stuff from Amazon after my friend told us they ordered a tv. Never knew they would sell lawnmowers though.
    Gotta think more outside the box.

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    A little off topic, but I think my daughter is addicted to Amazon....

    She buys a ton of gifts, books for me, and stuff for the grand stinkers.

    Used to be eBay, but now everything is Amazon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trust
    I do, it's great. It's where I usually do most of my online shopping and I also have Amazon Prime. Just yesterday ordered a lawn mower that will be coming tomorrow with free shipping and it came out of my gift card balance.
    I tried to PM you but have not enough posts yet on abw

    I am wondering if you get a gift card each month and you have to use each one on a different purchase or if they can be cumulated. so if i make 30$ one month and 50$ the following one... i can wait xmas and get something worth 80$ for free?

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    What you get each month is an email with a gift certificate code that you can copy and paste into your account - Apply a Gift Certificate/Card to Your Account

    And they can be accumulated, I remember it being a pretty long time before you had to use it.

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    Best New ABW Member 2007 sfcom's Avatar
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    How does the income tax work on that? I have always done direct deposit with them. Then again I have a seller account also.


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