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$15 Instant Rebate on $300 in Visa Gift Cards at OfficeMax/Office Depot

Through October 15, OfficeMax and Office Depot are offering an instant $15 rebate on $300 or more in Visa gift card purchased in-store. The Offer Save $15 instantly when you buy $300 or more in Visa gift cards. Key Terms In-store only. Limit two offers per household/business. Discount is taken at the register. Valid October 9th – 15th Which Cards? As you may know, variable load up to $500 Visa gift cards are cash only…

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$20 Instant Rebate on $300 in Visa Gift Cards at Officemax

Officemax is offering a $20 instant rebate with the purchase of $300 in Visa gift cards through 12/26/15. (This deal is not at Office Depot.) There is a limit of 2 per customer, meaning you should be able to purchase $600 in cards in one transaction and receive a $40 instant rebate. Deals like this are popular because it is possible to earn 5% back or 5X points with cards such as the Amex SimplyCash…

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$20 Instant Rebate on $300 in Visa or Mastercard Gift Cards at Officemax

Officemax is offering a $20 instant rebate with the purchase of $300 in Visa or Mastercard gift cards through 11/28/15. There is a limit of 2 per customer/business, meaning you should be able to purchase $600 in cards in one transaction and receive a $40 instant rebate. Update: The registers are taking off more than 2 discounts on higher denominations. For example here is what the receipt for $1,800 in gift cards looks like. The…

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Are Visa gift cards at Staples still worth buying?

There was a time when $200 Visa gift cards at Staples was an absurdly lucrative deal (see this post, for example).  Then, Staples stopped paying out through portals for online purchases of Visa gift cards.  Despite that, and thanks to Visa Savings Edge, buying $200 Visa gift cards was still profitable (see:  The deal without portals). Now, though, Visa Savings Edge no longer offers rebates at Staples.  So, are the cards worth buying anymore?  Keep…

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