10% Off Sears Gift Cards + 5X at eBay

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PayPal Digital Gifts via eBay is offering $100 Sears gift cards for $90 with a limit of 2.

Need to Know

  • Purchases from PayPal Digital Gifts tend to code as 5X when you pay with a Chase Ink Plus/Cash card through PayPal.
  • eBay no longer pays out through portals for the purchase of gift cards.
  • eBay no longer gives eBay Bucks for the purchase of gift cards.
  • You can no longer use eBay gift cards to purchase merchant gift cards.
  • Some people get stuck in a security loop when purchasing cards from this seller. Usually if you verify your account a few times you can eventually purchase the cards.
  • Sears/Kmart aren’t in the best financial shape, so holding their gift cards long term probably isn’t the best idea.

Last updated on December 20th, 2018

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If you had one more “Need to Know” bullet point, you could at that point say ‘screw it’ replace all of them with “This is a horrible idea”

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Are these reloadable on sears.com for the amex offer?

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Yes they should be. They are treated like any other gift cards.