Get Free $10 Amazon Gift Card after $35 Purchase of Select Household/Personal Care Items

Amazon has a deal going on until September 12th where you can get a $10 gift card if you purchase $35 worth of select household and personal care items.

It’s billed as a “back-to-school” sale, but it’s really general household items that I (no longer in school) frequently purchase.

The brands on sale include Dove, 7th Generation, Degree, St. Ives, TRESemme, and more.  The items include deodorant, laundry detergent, disinfectant wipes, shampoo/conditioner, toilet paper, etc.  All of the items can be found here.

If these are items you’d purchase anyway, it’s a great opportunity to score a free $10 gift card at the same time.

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When purchasing household items, make sure the price itself still keeps it a deal.  Sometimes I find shampoo for decent prices, other times it’s way too expensive to purchase through Amazon.  (Those times, I get it at  So before jumping into this deal for the items you need, make sure you are still earning a $10 gift card without spending extra on the items.

Please note, most items are large multi-packs, but that isn’t always clear from the initial description on the deal page.  For example, it appears that handwash is $23 for one bottle when it really is an 8-pack.

You can find the whole listing of items here!

You must be a prime member for this sale.

Please note, if you purchase anything through any of my Amazon links, I will receive affiliate credit.  As always, I appreciate the support.  

About Jeanne Marie Hoffman

Former bartender, still a geek. One equal part each cookies, liberty, football, music, travel, libations. Stir vigorously. +Jeanne Marie Hoffman Jeanne on Twitter

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