Tuesday - Nov 21, 2017

Staples Deal Alert: Get a $20 Prepaid Visa Card When You Spend $300 Or More in Visa Gift Cards


Starting 10/25/2015 through 10/31/15,  Staples is offering $20 Visa Prepaid card through Easy Rebate, when you make a purchase of $300 or more in Visa gift cards.

 

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In-store or Online?

In the past, all gift card rebate offers clearly mentioned in-store only. This time, there is no reference of “in-store” only in the ad.

If this offer is applicable for online purchase of visa gift cards, you could buy the $300 Visa gift cards at Staples.com.  I will purchase online and submit a rebate on Sunday.

 

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Analysis

You may consider paying with a credit card that offers 5X at office supply stores like Chase Ink cards or you could consider taking advantage of the Discover – Apple Pay promotion.

If you are planning to buy in store, you could buy 2X $200 gift cards or $300 Visa gift cards at Staples.com could be best bet if you are planning to buy online.

I suggest hitting the stores as soon as possible, as the $200 cards tends to run out very soon. if you do not see the cards on the rack, do ask as a store associate as they tend to store a few in the back .

You can submit the rebate through Easy Rebates, an easy online process. In my past experience, I have always had good success with these rebates. There is a limit of one rebate per household.

 

These Visa cards can be unloaded via Serve

Seems like, there is a new packaging for the $200 Visa gift cards in some of the staples stores, but they work fine for loading to Serve

 

                 New Packaging, same features

 

Conclusion:

Starting 10/25/2015 through 10/31/15, you can get a $20 Prepaid Visa card when you make a purchase $300 or more in Visa gift cards. These is a limit of  1 rebate per household.

It is unclear if this rebate is valid for in-store or online purchase as well. I expect to try on Sunday and will report back if this offer is valid online as well.

 

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