Amazon Free $5: How to Bag This 'Mother's Day Deal'

The retail giant is giving away free money to Prime customers.

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Just in time for Mother's Day, Amazon is giving away a free $5 credit probably aimed at the millions of people buying Mother’s Day gifts, but of course, the reality is you can use it however you want. 

In order to bag your free $5 credit, you need to be an Amazon Prime member and you'll need to buy an eGift card of $50 or more through May 14. If you do, you will get a code for the free $5, according to our friends at Tom’s Guide, which recently revealed this deal. 

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Guy Anker
MD, Wealth

Guy has extensive experience in personal finance journalism having joined Future (Kiplinger's parent company) after 13 years at MoneySavingExpert.com, most recently as deputy editor, and working closely alongside Martin Lewis. He has also worked at the Daily Mail as a personal finance reporter and his work has appeared in The Sun, Guardian, Observer, Mirror and other national newspapers. As a money and consumer expert, Guy is a regular guest on TV and radio – appearing on BBC News, BBC Radio 4, Sky News, ITV News and more.