$50 Staples Gift Cards for $30 (Possibly Targeted)

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Online marketing company Constant Contact is selling $50 Staples gift cards for $30. It is possible to purchase up to 50 cards total at the $30 price. In order to purchase the cards you will need to be a Constant Contact member.

Constant Contact is a paid service, however they do provide a free trial option which doesn’t require a credit card. To get the free trial, simply sign-up here and click free trial after verifying your email address.

Once registered, you can purchase the gift cards from this link.

Disclaimer:

This appears to be a targeted promotion, so there is a chance that your order may be cancelled. To find out the latest developments, I highly suggest reading this Slickdeals thread.

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Last updated on December 20th, 2018

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Sold out!

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Thanks. I have updated the post.

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