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How to Get Your Amazon Gift Card
1. Apply for your loan for free online at https://www.avantcredit.com/
2. Enter promo code 50FUNDED when filing out your loan application. This is how they can identify and qualify you for the gift card!
3. If you are funded expect an email with your $50 gift card in the next few weeks.
 * Actual amount a customer may qualify for varies based on credit and applicable state law


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