November 25, 2006

Aloha Island Coffee: Get $10 Off a Future Purchase at Amazon.com

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From November 19 to December 15, 2006, every order of $50 or more of products offered by Aloha Island Coffee will earn you a gift certificate for $10 off a future Amazon.com purchase. Restrictions apply. Please review the Fine Print below. Thanks to Terry for sending this in.

To take advantage of this offer

1. Browse for products offered by Aloha Island Coffee.
2. Add to your Shopping Cart products that are sold and shipped by Aloha Island Coffee until the total amount before taxes, gift-wrap, shipping, and other promotions is $50 or more.
3. Click the Proceed to Checkout button and purchase your products.
4. Important: All purchases must be made in a single order to a single address.
5. Limit one gift certificate per order.
6. Limit of three gift certificates (for a total of $30) per customer.
7. Between December 30 and January 13, 2007--provided you don't return items that qualified you for the promotion--Amazon.com will e-mail you a gift certificate redeemable for $10 off a future Amazon.com purchase. (Canceled orders are excluded from the offer.)

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Posted by Jay Brewer at November 25, 2006 7:49 AM

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