$100 Staples eGift card for $85

staples egift 100 for 85

Cashstar is offering $100 Staples eGift cards for $85 with a limit of 2. Since this transaction is handled by Cashstar and not Staples, it will not count as an office supply purchase and thus will not earn 5x with Chase Ink or Amex SimplyCash. The card(s) will be delivered via email on 4/8/15.


  • Limit 2 discounted cards per person
  • For every $100 eGift Card you purchase, receive a 15% discount, not to exceed 2 discounted cards.
  • This Daily Deal Offer valid on 4/7/15 ONLY or while supplies last.
  • There is a limited quantity of discounted eGift Cards available. When the quantity is depleted, the offer will no longer be available. Customers can still purchase full-price eGift Cards.

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Last updated on December 20th, 2018

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Why is this a good deal? No 5X with an Ink card, so unless you want to buy something from Staples I don’t see it. GC Resale sites are paying about 80-83% only (unless you want Amazon credit for 90%) so I don’t see it ….

Someone enlighten me?


Sure, its a money looser if someone trying MS. Its a good deal if someone is trying to use to buy something from Staples.com


Fair enough. FM deals with a lot of MS techniques so I thought maybe there was an angle I was missing.