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FREE CREDIT: Get a £10 Amazon credit and enjoy unlimited photo storage with Amazon Photos. You'll receive your credit within seven days.


Looking for somewhere to store all your stunning photos? Amazon Photos is the place for you.

Amazon Photos provides unlimited full-resolution photo storage with Prime, with secure backup of all your favourite pics, sharing that respects your privacy, and the possibility of personalising your Amazon devices with your best snaps. All of that is pretty great, but it gets better.

You can now get a £10 Amazon credit when you back up your pics with Amazon Photos. All you need to do is download and sign into the free Amazon Photos app, select the option to automatically back up of your photos and free up space on your phone, and then you will receive an email with your £10 Amazon credit within seven days.

The credit comes in the form of a promotional code applied to your customer account with instructions on how to use it. This code is subject to a minimum purchase requirement of £30 and the code needs to be used before Feb. 15. This introductory offer ends on Jan. 31.

Get a £10 Amazon credit with Amazon Photos.

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