Why do I have a $5 Amazon MP3 credit?
I've done lots of things to get Amazon mp3 credits in the past. Between free app promotions, delayed shipping, and Amazon Local deals,I'm always aware of what I'm doing, and when I'm getting a credit for it. But I just checked, and I have a $5 credit I didn't do anything purposefully to receive. The last credit promotion I'm aware of was the Coinstar one, and I definitely didn't do that. I've bought a few things recently (Flight of the Concords, David Tennant years of Doctor Who), but had no emails about some potential wrongdoing on Amazon's part that would result in me getting a credit.
I'm sort of afraid to use it. I've had instances before where the credit indicator was incorrect, and I was charged. I want to make sure it's real before spending it.
Does anybody else have one? Do you know why?