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[Targeted] $10 Starbucks eGift card for $5 at Groupon

For a limited time, Groupon has a targeted offer for a $10 Starbucks eGift card for $5. This offer didn’t work on any of the accounts in my family, but it may work with a new account. The Offer $10 Starbucks eGift card for $5 Targeted promotion Subject line of the email says “50% off Starbucks eGift card” or you can try this link to see if you were invited for this promotion. Key Terms Limit…

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Starbucks deal: Give $5, Get $5 [Apple users only]

Starbucks is out with a promotion for Apple iPhone users — Give a $5 Starbucks gift card via iMessage, get a $5 gift card for yourself. Instructions from Starbucks.com: First, download the Starbucks App on your iPhone 5S or above. You must be using iOS 10.2.1 and above to download the app. Second, ensure Apple Pay is set up on your phone. If you don’t already have Apple Pay set up, you will be prompted to…

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Gift cards that don’t suck

Gift Cards that Don't Suck

Lately there have been quite a few opportunities to earn big rewards or get big discounts when buying merchant gift cards. So, you might be tempted to run out and buy gift cards to restaurants, gas stations, department stores, etc. Unfortunately, most gift cards suck. More about that, later in the post. First, let’s review some current deals for gift card discounts… Merchant Gift Card Deals American Express’ Amex Offers have always been a great…

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Starbird? Will the Starbucks prepaid card be the next big thing?

Starbird Starbucks prepaid card

Starbucks has announced that they will introduce a prepaid card by the end of the year.  Will this be the next big thing?  For years, American Express prepaid products, Bluebird and Serve, made it easy to increase credit card spend to earn rewards.  And, for a while, REDbird (the Target Prepaid REDcard) was even better.  Then, Target stopped allowing credit or debit reloads, and then Amex began freezing Serve and Bluebird accounts.  And, we were…

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