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You can save $25 when you make a purchase of $150 or more on Staples.com but this deal expires September 20, 2014, or while supplies last. You save the $25 only when you choose “Visa Checkout” to pay.
The fine print says, “while supplies last” so if you’re considering this deal, you may want to act soon. The last similar deal at Staples.com sold out within hours.
How to Get the $25 for Your $150+ Purchase at Staples.com
Shop on Staples.com and place items in your cart as usual.
When you’re ready to checkout, click the “Visa Checkout” button as shown below.
You’ll have a chance to sign-in or create an account. It took me ~30 seconds to create my Visa Checkout account.
You’ll see “Pay with Visa Checkout” in red to confirm how you’re paying.
I paid with a Visa card but you could also use MasterCard, American Express, etc.
The $25 discount is shown on the check-out screen.
How to Get Points for Travel With This Deal
Link: Chase Ink Plus
Link: Chase Ink Bold
Link: Chase Ink Cash
Link: Visa SavingsEdge
Some credit cards give you a bonus for shopping at office supply stores such as Staples.com. So you could use your (no longer offered) Chase Ink Bold, Chase Ink Plus, or Chase Ink Cash to earn 5X Chase Ultimate Rewards points per $1 spent at Staples.com.
You may earn more points by 1st going to evreward and then choosing a shopping portal.
And if you spend at least $200 at Staples, you may be able to get a 1% discount applied to your credit card statement.
You can read how to sign-up for this free Visa Savings Edge program.
This Deal Is Limited
Save $25 when you make a purchase of $150 or more on Staples.com when you choose “Visa Checkout” to pay. This deal expires September 20, 2014.
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