$20 Rebate on Purchase of $300 in Visa Gift Cards at Staples

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Via Frequent Miler, you can get a $20 rebate when you buy $300 or more in Visa gift cards at Staples from October 19, 2014, through October 25, 2014.

20 Rebate On Purchase Of 300 In Visa Gift Cards At Staples

You Save $20 When You Buy $300 or More in Visa Gift Cards at Staples

$20 Rebate on Purchase of $300 in Visa Gift Cards at Staples

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You get a $20 rebate when you buy $300 or more in Visa gift cards at Staples from October 19, 2014, through October 25, 2014.

You can only get the rebate for gift cards purchased at the store.  And there is a limit of 1 rebate per household.

You can buy $200 Visa gift cards and load them to your Bluebird card.  However, some Walmarts are reportedly more difficult than others with loading Visa gift to Bluebird so your experience may differ.

You’ll pay a fee of ~$7 per $200 Visa gift card.  But the $20 rebate will almost offset the ~$21 fee to buy 3, $200 Visa gift cards.

You can get 5% cash back if you use your AMEX SimplyCash card.

Bottom Line

You can get a $20 rebate when you buy $300 or more in Visa gift cards at Staples (in-store only) from October 19, 2014, through October 25, 2014.

You’ll pay a fee of ~$6 per $200 Visa gift card, but the $20 rebate will nearly cover the ~$21 fee for buying 3, $200 Visa gift cards.

You get 5% cash back when you use your AMEX SimplyCash card.

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16 responses to “$20 Rebate on Purchase of $300 in Visa Gift Cards at Staples

  1. Why not just buy 2 $200 gift cards and pay $12 fee ?

  2. I think you want to write $6 fee per $100 Visa gift card instead of $200

  3. Why are you buying $600 worth of cards and paying the extra $6 in fees?

  4. use easy rebate from staples to get 20 off and 20 from Amex for a total of 40 off gift cards $300 or more

  5. First it’s $6.95 not ~$6, so 3x that is $20.85 not $18. Don’t know why you are so lazy to round things down.

    $400 and $13.90 in fees would of course be okay.

    AFAIAC buying $600+ is never that bad of a deal if you can easily liquidate the visa gc, as the incremental 5x earning when using Ink makes the $6.95 a small amount for the boost in UR.

  6. Could I load these gift cards to my Serve at Family Dollar?

  7. you forgot the 1% discount from Visa SavingsEdge (for staples purchases)

  8. What’s the latest on annoying Chase with these kinds of purchases? I just put $900 on my new Ink by purchasing Amex gift cards. I don’t want to be on their bad side!

  9. It’s only for the store in Oregon

  10. @Mark, it is nationwide.

  11. I called 2 stores in Virginia. The managers said no such rebate exists. I wish these posts would be more specific as to where these promos apply rather than blast stuff out to the world when it does not apply.

  12. Right, the one store in Oregon. That store. Their flagship. Like Starbucks in Seattle. Good one.

  13. Go to the Staples website and view the weekly flyer or Search IN the weekly flyer on the site. It’s there. Managers don’t know every promo that exists. The paper flyer is also in the store. The rebate prints out like a receipt. Unless they have done them in the store for this promo, they will have no idea until it prints out the long rebate receipt. Then they go, ohhhh! look at that.

    Then again apparently this doesn’t work unless you’re in that store in Oregon. Now I’m in San Diego, so I’ll let you figure out if I traveled to Oregon and back for the promo.

  14. I went to 2 Stapes stores in San Francisco. The guy in second store told me they have detected people committing fraud and reselling these gift cards online and therefore cancelled the promotion and visa gift card sale all together in all Stapes stores from this morning.

    Not sure if this applies to SF stores or nationwide. If anybody hears otherwise, let me know and I’ll try checking out another store.

  15. I also saw this rebate offer in a NJ flyer, but it’s only valid in store, not online. For online purchases I found a $15 off $150 coupon at retailmenot. It says not valid for gift cards, but I purchased 2 $200 visa GCs and it worked. Expires 10/25

  16. Could I use the same credit card to do 2 separate purchases to get the rebate if I have 2 different addresses? It does say 1 per household.