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Here’s another nice Staples deal where you can get a bonus $20 Visa Prepaid card when you buy $300 or more in Visa Gift cards. You should use a credit card that gives you bonus cash back at Office supply Store purchases such as the SimplyCash® Business Card from American Express, which gives you 5% at U.S. office supply stores. Then, you could get another $15.00 back on your credit card from purchasing at Staples.
See my post here from earlier today for another nice Staples deal.
Staples: Get $20 Visa Card When Purchase $300 Visa Gift Cards
*Get a $20 Visa (R) Prepaid Card on a Purchase of $300 or more of Visa Gift Cards at Staples Stores ONLY
The purchase fee on these Visa gift cards is $5.95 so, you will end up making money on this deal even if you have to buy 2 gift cards to get to the $300 spend. Plus, if you are looking to hit extra spend, this will help! Not to mention that the Visa gift cards make really nice gifts!
Visa Prepaid Card Fine Print
- When your reward arrives it will be ready to use – which means no need to activate your card and no trip to the bank is required
- Use your card instantly everywhere Visa debit is accepted. Currently 24 Million world-wide locations, including the internet
- This card is not a credit card. It is a Rebate Visa Prepaid Card. Because no credit is granted, this card does not impact your credit history.
- This Rebate Visa Prepaid Card is not redeemable for cash and does not have a PIN associated with it. This card may not be used for cash withdrawal at any cash-dispensing location and may not be used for Debit transactions.
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