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The very best Prime Day Deal: A $10 Amazon credit to use on your purchases

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Prime Day is here! Apart from all the discounts, Amazon has a few tricks up its sleeve to help you get even more savings. Here's one: the Amazon Stampcard. It's absolutely the best deal that you can score this year.

Think of it like a punch card you get at your favorite sub shop — every time you buy a sub, you get a stamp, and when you get enough stamps you get a free sub. The Amazon Stampcard works in a similar way with a few subtle differences.

Get an Amazon Stampcard

First of all, you don't get an actual punch card — it's a digital "card" that Amazon tracks. To earn stamps, you have to have a Prime membership. Once that's in order, to get the first stamp all you have to do is make a Prime-eligible purchase. If you stream a movie using Prime Video, you get a second stamp. For a third stamp, you just need to listen to a song through Prime Music. And for the final stamp that will get you a $10 credit, borrow an eBook on Prime Reading. You can start earning stamps now and they're good until July 13.

 money tree in green field over clear sky.
Sometimes, money does grow on trees. (Photo: Getty)

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