Visa Savings Edge offers 1% cash back on Staples $200+ purchases!

Valid through: 12/31/2015

Savings and point-earning opportunities at Staples never end!  Now, earn 1% cash back on all purchases of $200 or more in store or online at Staples.  You must first enroll your Visa small business card with Visa Savings Edge program and use that card to pay at Staples.

Terms & Conditions

  • Offer valid from 01/01/2014 to 12/31/2014.
  • Valid on qualifying purchases of $200 or more made in the U.S only at Staples retail locations, by phone at 800-333-3330 or online at
  • Offer not valid on purchases made through Staples Business Advantage, Staples National Advantage or Staples Industrial
  • Offer applicable only to qualifying purchases made with a valid enrolled Visa Business card
  • Void where prohibited, taxed or restricted by law 
  • Discount provided as a statement credit on a future account statement
  • Applicable taxes must be paid by bearer
  • Offer only redeemable in the U.S.
  • Offer may be subjected to additional terms and conditions. Please see the VisaSavings Edge Terms & Conditions for more information

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  1. Thanks so much for sharing this offer. I’ve had the Chase Ink Plus VISA for months now and I have no idea why they didn’t mention the VISA SavingsEdge program. Isnt’ this an incentive for their Ink Plus customers to use the card even more? Duh. Do you know if this 1% cash back offer at Staples is valid when purchasing gift cards? In other words, the Terms & Conditions don’t seem to excluse gift cards, but maybe it’s mentioned elsewhere? I’d like to get my 5x UR points + this offer.Thanks!

    • The Savings Edge program is independent of Chase (it works with all business Visa cards and is similar to the MasterCard Easy Savings program), but yes it would make sense for Chase to mention it as a benefit.

      I believe that gift cards would work, but I haven’t had a chance to try it yet.

    • Thank you! I’m actually heading to Staples this weekend to buy a bunch of gift cards and will definitely spend much more than $200. I’m happy to report back next month if my credit card statement shows the 1%. I’ve benefited a lot from your blog, so I’m happy to do this.

    • I registered my visa chase cash card previously and bought a $206.95 visa gift card recently. Two days later there is a $2.07 credit in account histry. I have no idea what it is. Now I know. The description shows “
      Visa SavingsEdge Discount”, so gift card purchase counts. Combined it with Plink, you can lower your gift card purchase fee to less than 1%((6.95-3-2.07)/200), comparable to old OD times of $500 gift card purchase, which has fee of 0.8%(3.95/500)

  2. Can anyone confirm that they were able to register their Ink Bold or Ink Plus? I am getting an error message that says my Ink Plus is not valid. I have a suspicion that this could be that the Ink Plus is a small business card it is not branded as “Visa Business”, it is branded as “Visa Signature”. On the flip side, I have a Club Carlson small business card that is branded “Visa Business” and I was able to register that card.

  3. Has anybody gotten the Visa Savings Edge discount for Staples recently? I have other items showing up on my statement (Chevron, Alamo), but nothing from Staples. Didn’t know if it was still valid on GC’s or not…

  4. @Gabriel – I bought 3x $200 gift cards in the store last Thur or Fri. Rebate showed up around 6/2. You will not get the refund unless your purchase was $200 or more.

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