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Topic # 112706 17-Dec-2012 22:18
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This may be a silly question, but not having got into the kindle craze myself I'm wondering if someone can tell me the best way to buy a gift card to give to someone for christmas for a kindle bought in an NZ shop?  Do I just go to gift cards section and buy one there and they'll be able to use that?  I assume it's in USD then?  Or is there a better way and do I need to worry about regional pricing or anything like that?

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  Reply # 734051 18-Dec-2012 06:23
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Just go to our Amazon Kindle order page, click through to go to Amazon and buy the gift card there... It will work the same for any Kindle.

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  Reply # 734129 18-Dec-2012 09:43
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Thanks! Will do so tonight.

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