When you file your taxes using TurboTax you not only have the ability to get your biggest tax refund possible, but also now with the TurboTax Refund Bonus Program, TurboTax will give you an exclusive bonus worth an extra 5% to 10% on top of your refund.
How Do I Get the Bonus?
- Just sign in and file your taxes.
- Use any increment of $100 from your federal tax refund to purchase an Amazon.com Gift Card* from TurboTax.
- If you are using TurboTax Federal Free Edition or Basic, TurboTax will give you an extra 5% on your gift card. If you are using TurboTax Deluxe, Premier, Home & Business or Military Edition you will receive an extra 10%.
For example, if you are using TurboTax Deluxe, you can use $500 of your tax refund to receive a $550 Amazon.com Gift Card.
You can use your electronic Amazon.com Gift Card** (electronic is optional here) to shop on Amazon.com for almost everything. This exclusive bonus is just another way TurboTax puts more money back in your pocket.
Get ready to file your taxes and get your biggest tax refund possible with our exclusive bonus.
As soon as your tax refund is available, TurboTax will email you your Amazon.com Gift Card claim code.
What will you do with your biggest tax refund? We’d love to hear.
* Amazon.com Gift Card offer is for federal refunds only. Limits apply ($2000 per e-card, maximum $10,000 per customer). Offer available only for TurboTax Online or CD/download versions sold and shipped, or downloaded directly from Intuit or Amazon.
** Amazon.com is not a sponsor of this promotion. Amazon.com Gift Cards (“GCs”) sold by Intuit, an authorized and independent reseller of Amazon.com Gift Cards. Except as required by law, GCs cannot be transferred for value or redeemed for cash. GCs may be used only for purchases of eligible goods at Amazon.com or certain of its affiliated websites. For complete terms and conditions, see www.amazon.com/gc-legal. GCs are issued by ACI Gift Cards, Inc., a Washington corporation. All Amazon ®, ™ & © are IP of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. No expiration date or service fees.