Published on January 22nd, 2015 | by Chuck20
[EXPIRED] Free $10 Amazon Gift Card with Personal Capital
Personal Capital is a financial aggregation site, similar to Mint, which allows you to manage all your financial accounts in one place.
Over the holiday season, Personal Finance ran a promo where you could get a $10 Amazon gift card (a lucky few even got $20) by simply signing up with Personal Finance and adding one financial account. That offer is no longer around.
Personal Capital currently has a similar $10 Amazon gift card offer through the refer-a-friend program. The referrer and the referee will each get a $10 Amazon gift card for a new signup. Many of you may have gotten in on the past offer and won’t be eligible for this one, but if you didn’t get in on the last one, you can signup now and get the $10 bonus.
Here is my referral link: REFERRAL LINK. If you use this link to sign up with Personal Capital and you add one financial account (bank account, not credit card – see Fine Print below), you and I will each get a $10 Amazon gift card. If you click the referral link, you’ll see the $10 offer showing on the page. It may be a good idea to take a screenshot, in case you run into any problems.
If you have your own referral link, feel free to add it in the comments below. (Please only add it once.)
The Fine Print
- Must use a referral link to qualify.
- Must add one financial account in order to qualify for the $10 gift card.
- Credit and debit card account do not qualify. Paypal and Coinbase accounts do not qualify. (Any bank account or investment account would work. You could use a spare bank account or an old bank account, if you’re more comfortable not adding your regular bank. )
- First time customers only.
- Amazon gift card will be sent electronically. (No word on how long it will take to get the gift card. When I did the offer last time around, I got the gift card 4 days later.)
This could be an easy way for you –
AND ME – to get a $10 Amazon gift card. If you’re comfortable with giving one of your account login credentials it could be a good idea. I don’t have any info on how long this offer will last.
I currently use Mint, and I was actually considering switching all my accounts over to Personal Capital since I don’t love everything about Mint, but I never got around to it. If anyone can give us a Mint vs Personal Capital analysis, please hit the comments below.
Hat tip for this goes to Maximizing Money for letting us know about this deal.