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eBillme $15 Rebate on $100 Gift Cards

Posted by Jorja Marion On Oct - 15 - 2016 1 Comment »

Try eBillme and get a $15 Mail-in Rebate on $100 Gift Cards* purchased with eBillme. Restrictions apply**. See details.

The details. is not a sponsor of this promotion. Gift Cards (“GCs”) sold by eBillme, an authorized reseller of Gift Cards. Amazon,, the logo, and the Amazon Gift Cards logo are trademarks of, Inc. or its affiliates. GCs may be used only for purchases of eligible goods on or its affiliated website GCs cannot be redeemed for purchases of gift cards. Except as required by law, GCs cannot be reloaded, resold, transferred for value, redeemed for cash, or applied to any other account. See for complete terms and conditions. GCs are issued and © 2010 by ACI Gift Cards, Inc., a Washington corporation.

**Time limited mail-in rebate offer. is not a sponsor of this promotion. IMPORTANT For first time use of eBillme only. If you have previously received an eBillme instant rebate/coupon or mail-in rebate, you cannot participate in this offer. There is a limit of one (1) rebate per person, household or address. Not to be combined with any other eBillme offers. Buy any Gift Card* using eBillme before January 15th, 2011 and receive $15 by mail. Customer must fill out the rebate form and mail in. Offer applies only to Gift Card purchases made between September 15th, 2010 and January 15th, 2011. Your Gift Card must be a minimum of $100 and your bill must be paid in full to participate in the promotion. This offer does not apply to other products sold by or third-party merchants and other sellers through the site. Rebate must be postmarked within 15 days of purchase date. There is a limit of one (1) rebate per person, household or address. Order must be paid in full. Order must meet minimum order total requirements. Not applicable to returned products. Not applicable to refunded orders due to out of stock inventory. eBillme is not responsible for lost, late, misdirected or illegible submissions. Offer subject to change at any time without notice.

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One Response so far.

  1. Raymon Lyons says:

    Oh yes I should participate at this promotion surely. Thank for info I didn’t know that amazon loves to resell things like this. Other issue is that if you make a mistake in submission form you cannot correct it. Another thing that I don’t like is one bill per house. But as whole idea I approve it.