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Who wants a FREE $5 Amazon gift card??

Trying to start saving up Amazon gift cards for the holiday season up ahead? I’ve got a way for you to easily earn a $5 Amazon gift card in just minutes — completely free! If you are planning to do any errands or shopping in the near future, don’t miss this!

Here’s how to earn your free $5 gift card:

1. Sign up for Shopkick through this link, use code MOM5 during the registration process.

2. Go to one store listed in the app within 7 days. (Some of the stores listed: Kroger, CVS, Walmart, Target, Publix, Dollar General, Aldi, Sprouts, Walgreens, Whole Foods, Sam’s Club, and more!).

3. When you’re at the store, open up your app and click on the store and then scans. Scan one product listed in the app.

4. That’s it! You don’t have to purchase anything. Just use the code MOM5 when signing up and then scan one item in-store.

5. Because you used the code above, you’ll get 1250 bonus “kicks” instantly added to your account. You can trade these in for a $5 Amazon gift card! (Or any other gift card!)

HOT TIP: If you do the above steps by tomorrow evening (August 25, 2019), you’ll also be entered to win a $200 Amazon gift card!

Psst! Want to earn more points? Make sure to have the Shopkick app open when you walk in the store (you’ll earn kicks for this) and then scan all the other items listed in the app that you can earn points for.

Read more about how Shopkick works and how to earn more points with Shopkick here. Also, check out my post on 7 Easy Ways to Earn Amazon Gift Cards for other ways to earn free Amazon gift cards.

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