Looking good, Teddy!

By Mir
November 19, 2015

Okay, so, you know how every year Amazon teams up with Gund for a limited-edition holiday bear, and you get it by spending $100 or $150 or something on qualifying toys? (Maybe you didn’t know that, but it’s a thing, and because it’s a Gund bear it’s usually really nice—I always try to get one for Toys For Tots.)

Anyway, I don’t know about you, but I’m rarely dropping that kind of money at Amazon all at once. I’m more of a $20 here, $30 there type. But now I can get the bear, anyway—because if you buy this $150 Amazon gift card you get the bear for free!

Now, if you’re buying those kinds of cards for others, then let’s please be good friends because you’re awesome. If you’re not, though, you can absolutely buy that card and use it yourself. And then you have a cute bear to keep or give or donate, too.


  1. I am so looking forward to getting cozy with you again for the holidays!
    My end just shows up $200 gift card, just fyi,,,,
    Was thinking about getting the card for myself! and re-entering it into my account,
    still thinking on that…

  2. so, the frequently bought together item with that bear is a mens electric razor….and i find that kinda humorous. And it make me think through that kids rhyme about the bear with no hair…

  3. I was wanting to do this when I bought a train set for our toddler the other day, but for the life of me I cannot figure out how it works. A couple of questions:

    1) Do I just add the bear to the cart and if I spend over $100 on qualifying items the price of the bear just disappears?

    2) Do you know if I can add together existing orders (that I’ve already placed) and get the bear retroactively? I’m unlikely to spend another $100 in a single order on toys in the next few weeks, but I HAVE already spent $100 on toys in the last week (thanks to that train).

    • I doubt you can add it retroactively BUT it never hurts to ask—I might open a customer service chat and see if they’ll do it for you.

      • OK. I figured–but I’ll check. Thanks! 🙂

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