[DEAD] Earn $20 / $30 GroundLink Credit For Every Visa Signature / Infinite Card You Own

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UPDATE: This offer appears to be dead.

GroundLink is a company that offers chauffered car service in major cities worldwide. Thanks to a partnership with Visa, you can get a (presumably unintentioned) $20 or $30 GroundLink credit for every Visa Signature or Visa Infinite card you own.

Groundlink

The Deal

  • Register your Visa Signature card here and get a $20 GroundLink credit and 10% off every booking.
  • Register your Visa Infinite card here and get a $30 GroundLink credit and 15% off every booking.

GroundLink have a referral program where both the person referring and the person being referred earn $25. If you’d like to use one of our links, these are below:

Quick Thoughts

Miles Briefs (who discovered this deal) notes that you can register every single one of your Visa Signature and/or Visa Infinite cards to the same account. I’ve started registering some cards and already have a $85 credit.

Groundlink $20

Miles Briefs created a list of some eligible cards which Doctor of Credit has added to. Personal cards are eligible, but I wasn’t able to register any of my business cards (e.g. Chase Ink Plus, Marriott Rewards Business, etc.)

Miles Briefs also noted that none of the terms (e.g. “Eligible Visa Signature cards must be used as payment for the ride to qualify for the discount or use the promotional credit.“) seem to be enforced.

I did a dummy booking to to see what the process would be like and it’s very straightforward. I figured I’d check the cost to get from San Francisco airport to the Hyatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf seeing as that’s a category 4 Hyatt that can be used with the anniversary certificate from the Hyatt credit card.

The cost for a luxury sedan came out at $69 (an economy sedan would’ve been $63).

GroundLink SFO

This is the price before any discounts and/or other fees. The final cost was displayed as $65 which included a $7 discount for using the Visa Signature link but with a $3 ‘Safety Assurance Fee.’

GroundLink SFO to Hyatt Centric Fisherman's Wharf

You can find GroundLink on several cashback portals, so click through from one of those when making an actual booking.

It’s unlikely that this loophole will last for long, so register your cards ASAP – I’m off to register the rest of ours!

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