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New Amazon store card

I got a new Amazon store card in the mail, after chatting with them to change my name on the account. The new card is plastic, thick, embossed, and has a strip on the back to use for swiping. I'll still leave the card in the safe, as I have no reason to carry it, but I thought it was kind of cool that it is an actual card now.
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Re: New Amazon store card

Nice.. Enjoy your new card..

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Re: New Amazon store card


Annipoo wrote:
I got a new Amazon store card in the mail, after chatting with them to change my name on the account. The new card is plastic, thick, embossed, and has a strip on the back to use for swiping. I'll still leave the card in the safe, as I have no reason to carry it, but I thought it was kind of cool that it is an actual card now.

I wonder if it can be used in their brick and mortar location in Seattle?



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SunriseEarth wrote:

Annipoo wrote:
I got a new Amazon store card in the mail, after chatting with them to change my name on the account. The new card is plastic, thick, embossed, and has a strip on the back to use for swiping. I'll still leave the card in the safe, as I have no reason to carry it, but I thought it was kind of cool that it is an actual card now.

I wonder if it can be used in their brick and mortar location in Seattle?


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That's exactly what I thought of when I first read the beginning of the thread.  It does make sense!

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