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Amazon.com Gift Cards

by Amazon.com
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (671 customer reviews)

Price: $100.00
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Denomination: $100
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Amazon.com $100 Gift Card (0110) + Amazon.com Gift Card with Greeting Card - $15  (Christmas Tree) + Amazon.com Black Gift Card Box - $50, Congratulations Card (Starbursts)
Price for all three: $165.00

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Product Features

  • Amazon.com Gift Cards never expire and carry no fees. Gift Cards ship for free.
  • Single physical Amazon.com Gift Card. Gift card is attached to a folded greeting card and is packed in an individual 5x7 inch envelope. Envelope is delivered sealed.
  • Add a personal message to the recipient with a free gift note. Just click "Show gift options during checkout" when you add the Gift Card to your Shopping Cart. You will be prompted to add your message during Checkout.
  • For Amazon.com Gift Card restrictions and use, please read our Terms and Conditions below.
  • Sold by: ACI Gift Cards, Inc.

Product Description

Amazon.com Gift Cards are the perfect way to give them exactly what they're hoping for - even if you don't know what it is. Amazon.com Gift Cards are redeemable for millions of items across Amazon.com and are also now redeemable at Endless.com. Item delivered is a single physical Amazon.com Gift Card. Gift card is attached to a folded greeting card and is packed in an individual 5 x 7 inch envelope. Envelope is delivered sealed. Amazon Services provides shipping and GiftWrap Services.

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Amazon.com Gift Cards for Any Occasion

Amazon.com Gift Cards are the perfect way to give them exactly what they're hoping for--even if you don't know what it is. Recipients can choose from millions of items storewide. Amazon.com Gift Cards never expire, so they can buy something immediately or wait for that sale of a lifetime.

All Amazon.com Gift Cards ship with FREE One-Day shipping. Select One-Day Shipping at Checkout. See details at www.amazon.com/gcshipping.

Key Features

  • No expiration, no fees.
  • Redeemable toward millions of items storewide on Amazon.com.
  • Multiple denominations. Choose your amount from $0.50 to $2,000.
  • Variety of designs for any occasion.

Product Details

  • Shipping Information: View shipping rates and policies
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B001H324JO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (671 customer reviews)
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.

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124 of 144 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Awful experience January 7, 2009
Received the card in a timely manner, but would not work. Kept getting a very uninformative "We're working on the problem, try again in a few minutes" message from Amazon. Two days later and two phone calls to barely understandable customer service I was told that it was active and applied to the account. But it wasn't. Guess it's time for call #3.
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568 of 679 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Prime Members BEWARE December 14, 2008
Denomination:50|Verified Purchase
I am a dedicated Amazon.com shopper, and, am almost always happy. That being said, please note the top of the page should you be an Amazon Prime member. I NEVER thought that Gift Cards from Amazon.com would be subject to additional shipping and handling... The charge to me for two cards? Over $13.
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Amazon Gift Cards Team saysAugust 28, 2009
Amazon gift cards are now prime eligible, allowing Prime customers to enjoy FREE two-day shipping.
As always, standard shipping is FREE for all customers.
123 of 144 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not a good gift December 23, 2008
Denomination:25|Verified Purchase
I purchased 4 gift cards that were supposed to have a personalized gift message. There was no gift message on any of the cards and the envelopes did not identify who the intended recepient was. First item that I ever purchased from Amazon that I was not satisfied with.
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216 of 259 people found the following review helpful
By lori
I *highly* recommend the electronic versions of the Amazon gift cards as well as the ones you can print on your own. I have never had a problem with either of these methods, nor have any of my card recipients.

Although it is theoretically better etiquette to give a physical card, I've found that because Amazon is an online vendor and the cardholder is going to visit the web to use the card number, recipients enjoy the convenience of having the card information delivered to their inboxes--especially when it's on the day of a special event. If you use the printed versions, you can easily mail or hand deliver your gift with your personalization applied.

In short, make your life easier by sending joy to your loved ones through the technological magic of your computer--they truly will appreciate the sentiment behind your gift regardless of the delivery method.
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446 of 539 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Horrible experience December 11, 2008
By MjSher
Denomination:50|Verified Purchase
Bought three $50 gift cards as gifts, received them and mailed them out. One week letter Amazon emailed me that the cards could not be activated and were no good and they were so sorry. I contacted Amazon and they could not explain what happened but again they were "sorry". So I had to contact recipients and explain their gift was worthless. 7 days later I'm still waiting for a refund to my credit card.

Don't order these-the same thing could happen to you. How embarrassing to give these as gifts.
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183 of 219 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Card didn't work December 22, 2008
Denomination:25|Verified Purchase
After I ordered a gift card as a present for someone, it wasn't until after I had already given it to them that I found out the card was never activated. I got a refund, but it was just an annoying situation.
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149 of 178 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Never purchase a gift card through Amazon!! January 20, 2009
My bosses gave me a $50.00 gift card a couple of years ago and I could never use it. I got the run-around from so many people online that I finally gave up. I told my bosses and they replaced the gift with a Borders card. The one that ordered it had to fight with her credit card company about reimbusement. I still order from Amazon but merchandise only. I would never, ever buy a gift card from them or suggest to anyone I care about that they should do so either.
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133 of 159 people found the following review helpful
If you've never had a problem shopping from Amazon.com, then you really are not experienced enough to be giving the "gift" of Amazon to someone else. Wait until you've experienced your first screw up, and then evaluate.

I received a gift certificate, but have had trouble using it, because Amazon.com's outsourced customer service does not handle issues well. They are apparently scripted to say that an appropriate person will contact you within 48 hours, but in my experience, follow up contact is not timely. When contact is made, it has been to tell me that the issue was not well documented by the prior agents and to start over explaining my concern once again. After that, I was told, once more, to wait 48 hours for follow-up that did not come. Rinse and repeat.

The problem is that Amazon.com has apparently fire-walled these folks in Bangalore (or some other asian town) from the rest of the company. Therefore, there can be no quick responses to customer concerns. For me, after five contacts, I spoke with a "team lead" who indicated that prior agents had not documented the subject matter of my prior calls (even though I was promised a pompt resolution by those agents).

Add to all this the fact that during the recent holiday season, Amazon.com raised the price of the item I wished to purchase more than once, at the same time that the item's manufacturer was offering it for considerably less. This makes having my "gift" money tied up in an Amazon.com account less than ideal.

Do not expect that the person to whom you intend to give a gift will not have to deal with the customer service department. Try to be forward-thinking enough to consider that a problem might occur.
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