The US’s most popular online retailer, Amazon, has announced it is now offering its customers a gift card for any item that costs $200 or less.
Amazon will sell gift cards for up to $100 for purchases of $200, with the card being available until the next business day.
The new cards will be available through Amazon.com, which also sells other retailers’ merchandise, on the same day the items are delivered to your door.
Amazon has long offered gift cards, but in 2016, it began offering the cards online as well.
A few months earlier, Google also launched its own card payment service called Google Card Services.
That service has been available for quite a while, but only available to the company’s own customers, and it only allows for a $10 credit card charge per transaction.
It has been in use by Google’s own Android and Chrome users, though, and also by Google Wallet.
In order to use Google Card Service, customers will need to log in to their Google account on the web site and select the Google Card Payment tab.
Google is also giving customers the option to add gift cards to their account, though the company will not be charging them for this.
This isn’t the first time Amazon has added gift cards.
In October, Amazon added a card for $100 and $250 to its $5.99 monthly Prime membership.
And the company also recently added gift card cards for $150 and $200.