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If you have any no-rush or other digital promotional balance, it shows below the buy button and the price often shows the discounted price instead of the true price. I see that now with that buy $20 in ebooks, get $5 credit.
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Mine are all set to private and I received a credit towards one specific book which took the price down to $4.99.(it's still priced at $9.99). It had been on my wish list for a couple of years and it wasn't my main list, it was my Maybe list
ETA: to add emails. Only once has the "Selection of Kindle Books" had one I wanted to get. Ditto for the Kindle First lists
I have been able to use each of the Wish List credits and Special Instant Credit twice which was really nice as that helped me get the $5 Kindle Book credit (buy $20 get $5) - which I discovered is BUY $20 and not SPEND $20. I had wondered how I earned the $5 credit as I had not SPENT $20 yet but I did BUY $20 worth of books (less various credits).
All of the "Wish List" books have been in various "Private" Shopping Lists...
I did receive a $29 credit for the Great on Kindle promotion. However I paid way too much for the book.
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but that's not a Great On Kindle book as it doesn't have the box shown on Pirate's image (see mine) that's on this book (image2). That's why, even if you have a $29 credit from Great on Kindle, you can't use it on the book you purchased