Through May 16, 2015 you can get $20 off your purchase of $300 or more in Visa Gift cards at Office Depot/Office Max.
This is a great deal, as it is an instant discount instead of rebate. If you are working towards minimum spending on any Credit Card signup bonus, this could be a great opportunity to meet the spend requirements and make some money in the process.
You can maximize this promotion by using Chase Ink credit card which offers 5X ultimate rewards at Office Supply stores. There is a limit of 2 offers per customer, but you can be able to visit a different store or visit another day to buy again.
Couple of Office Depot stores I have visited only carried Vanilla Visa gift cards. These gift cards can not be unloaded at Walmart using Serve. You can use the Vanilla Visa gift cards to load RED Card, Pay rent (if your land lord/property accepts Debit/Credit Cards) or use them for regular Purchases.
You may be able to find Visa Gift cards at OfficeMax that can be unloaded at Walmart. I will report later once I have more information.
Here is the Math
Each $200 Visa gift card carries a one time fee of $6.95 and $100 Visa Gift card carries a $5.95 fee. You can buy $300 Visa gift cards for $292.90 (profit of $7.10 and $300 spend on your card)
If you choose two $200 Visa gift cards, you can buy the $400 Visa gift cards for $393.90 (Profit of $6.10 and $400 spend on your card)
Note that you cannot buy Variable Visa gift cards ($500 visa gift cards) with credit card.
Through May 16, 2015, you can get $20 off your purchase of $300 or more in Visa gift cards at Office Depot/Office Max. There is a limit of 2 offers per person, but you can always buy more at a different store.
Office Depot’s I have visited only carried Vanilla Visa gift cards, which cannot be unloaded at Walmart.
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