Free $10 Amazon Gift Card w/ First Amazon Key In-Car Delivery (Prime Members Only)

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Place your first Amazon Key In-Car Delivery order and score FREE $10 Amazon Gift Card!

For a limited time and while supplies last, Amazon Prime customers who place their first Amazon Key In-Car Delivery order will earn a free $10 Amazon Gift Card.

The $10 Amazon Gift Card will be emailed to you within approximately two weeks from when you place your order.

With the Amazon Key In-Car Delivery service, Prime members with a compatible 2015 or newer Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Cadillac, or Volvo vehicle with an active OnStar account (or active On Call account for Volvo) can enjoy the convenience of having deliveries of their packages inside their car in select cities at NO additional cost. AND you’ll get real-time notifications when your package is safely delivered.

To take advantage of this service, Prime members just need to download the Amazon Key App, link to their connected car, and start ordering on; no additional hardware or devices are required. Packages will only be delivered when the car is parked in a publicly accessible area, such as your home or workplace. Just make sure the location of your car is the address you choose for delivery.

Are you willing to try this service to score a free gift card?
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Comments 14

  1. Melissa

    What could possibly go wrong having your packages delivered to your car???

    • Denise

      A stranger going into your car.. a lot

    • kayti

      Our delivery guy already does. Kind of annoying bc he won’t put it in the garage with the open door, but puts it in the bed if the truck when it’s raining….

    • mh

      if you leave the glove compartment open, they can get your address off your insurance card.

      • Brittany

        If they are delivering your packages they already have your address….

    • Rebecca

      Sarcasm is apparently a lost art…

  2. hip2trade

    My mail person leaves packages in my car that don’t fit in the mailbox as I requested. Nice Amazon is doing the same..😀

  3. Tia in FL

    2015 or newer car + an On Star account? Not for me anyway!

  4. Karen

    very limited area. SELECT CITIES. i have a 2018 Chevy Equinox, onstar, and amazon account but not in one of the few delivery areas.

  5. Nn4ever


  6. Judy Trac

    I ain’t let anyone in my car. My Mercedes Benz

  7. Sam

    I don’t know that it’s limited by model year, it seems like you just need to have an active OnStar account – I have a 2013 Chevy Equinox with an OnStar account that lets me lock/unlock my doors and whatnot, but I can’t test this theory as I’m not in a delivery area. It’s just 2015 or newer that come with free OnStar accounts at the moment.

  8. Susan


  9. MamaBug

    Sounds like this could be handy if you are on vacation or traveling and don’t have an address for deliveries. I don’t think they are just talking about regular home deliveries. As for that, my Amazon items are already delivered to my vehicle… my ‘94, well before OnStar vehicle! We live in the country and the delivery carriers leave packages in whatever vehicle is at home. We leave them unlocked and it keeps our packages safe from weather and our chickens!

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