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Office Max is offering $15 off $300+ Mastercard gift cards. This deal is valid through 8/8/15 as long as your store has the Mastercard gift cards. As reported by Milestomemories, the deal isn’t published in Office Max’s ad but, rather there are signs up in the stores showing the details of the sale.
Office Max: $15 Off $300 MasterCard Gift Cards
You will save $15 instantly off $300 or more in Mastercard gift cards with a limit of 1 per household/business.
There is an Office Max Amex Offer for You that if you were able to load to your card, would make this an even more profitable sale for you.
- If you buy 2 $200 Mastercard gift cards, you’ll pay $13.90 in fees.
- If you buy a $200 gift card and a $100 gift card you’ll pay $12.90 in fees.
The whole reason to do these types of deals is to earn the bonus points or cash back for making these purchases. You should definitely put your purchase of these discounted Mastercard gift cards on to your favorite credit card that earns you bonus cash back or points. To maximize Staples/Office Max deals even further, always 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 (on first $50,000 spent.)
With the instant $15 off for making a $300 MasterCard purchase at Office Max, you will essentially get your fees free (even making a couple bucks.) And the best part is that you will be earning 5x points or 5% cash back depending on which card you choose to use to make your purchase. Happy Shopping!
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