‘Wedding’ and Netflix Gift Card Offer: $5.95 Amazon gift card on Netflix

The Amazon Prime Instant Video streaming service offers a $5 gift card to any Netflix subscriber.

To get a discount, make sure to activate your Prime membership.

The deal expires this Friday, February 16, and will automatically renew every year for the next 10 years. 

If you’ve got a Netflix subscription, you can buy the gift card for $5, the same price as a standard Amazon Prime subscription.

 For the past few months, Amazon has been offering a free Netflix gift card.

The card is good for a single $5 purchase, but you can also get it for $10, $15, $25 or even $50 if you are a Netflix subscriber who also has an Amazon Prime membership that also has a $10 discount. 

The offer comes after Netflix was caught trying to make it harder for people with low incomes to qualify for the Amazon Prime discount.

While the offer does offer an alternative way to get a gift card online, it still has a lot of caveats.

It requires you to activate a Prime membership for the first time, and the Amazon Instant Video subscription will automatically re-apply for every 10 years, meaning you’ll need to use a new subscription to get the same deal.

The other caveat is that you can’t use the Amazon gift cards to pay for Netflix or Prime.

As for what you can get, the $5 Amazon giftcard will work for any Netflix account, including those that aren’t active.

If you already have an Amazon account, you won’t get a $2 credit.

The offer will be available for Amazon Prime subscribers on Netflix’s site until February 17, but it is currently not available for other subscribers.

Netflix is the biggest pay TV service in the US and the company is offering discounts for Prime members for a few years now. 

Amazon is also offering a special $25 Netflix Giftcard that you need to activate before it can work.

This deal will last until February 21, 2018.

Netflix also is offering a $50 Amazon Giftcard to anyone who owns a Samsung smart TV and wants to pay with a credit card, even if they have a Prime subscription, which is a nice perk for a smart TV.