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I was browsing around Amazon this morning looking for deals, and I found a few deals on some travel gear as well as a few other things. Of course, it’s always a bit hit or miss to decide what things are actually on sale rather than just “deals”. As always, take a look and only purchase what things make the most sense for you. Please note that all links on this (and any post) include my Amazon affiliate link. As an Amazon associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.

Remember too, that Prime members can currently get 20% off Amazon Brand products – see promotion page for details

20% Off Select Gift Cards

One of the biggest parts of the Amazon Mother’s Day Sale is that they are offering 20% off select gift cards. I wrote about this promotion a few days ago

(SEE ALSO: Up to 20% off Gift Cards at Amazon (Gap, Uber, Google, Doordash, H&M and More))

so it’s possible that some of these deals are already expired, but check out the main promotion page to see what you have available. And here are direct links to the gift card deals that were available at the time the promotion posted – there may be others available – try searching for “gift cards”

Remember that the Chase Freedom Flex℠  card is currently offering 5% cashback on Amazon purchases this quarter

17 Travel And Tech Gift Deals

Here are a few of the Amazon deals on travel, tech and other gifts that I thought seemed interesting:

a group of round white and black circular objects

a black earbuds with a case

a purple backpack with black straps

a pair of white earbuds

a group of colorful luggage tags

a red book cover with black text

As always, you can check out the current Amazon deals to see what else might interest you.

More Ways To Save Money at Amazon

Amazon often has promotions where you can get a percentage or dollar value off a purchase by using at least 1 credit card point (like Chase Ultimate Rewards, American Express Membership Rewards, etc). These deals are typically targeted, but it’s a good idea to regularly check if you’re eligible, because these deals come around quite a bit. Note that it is generally a bad value to use your points to shop at Amazon, but it’s definitely worth using 1 point to save $20 – $50.

Good luck and happy shopping


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