$5 Walgreen Gift Card with the Purchase of 2 Vanilla Visas

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In this week’s ad, Walgreens is offering a $5 Walgreens gift card with the purchase of any 2 Vanilla Visa cards. (Ends May 9, 2015.) This deal appears to include all Vanilla branded Visas including variable load cards.

Vanilla branded Visas (issued by Bancorp) are more difficult to liquidate since they do not work at Walmart to load Bluebird/Serve in denominations of $50 or more. Additionally, many Walgreens stores nationwide do not allow gift cards to be purchased with credit cards.

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  • Limit $500 load per card.
  • Limit 2 free gift cards per person

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HT: Shan

Last updated on December 20th, 2018

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Is there any problem liquidating the $500 variable load Vanilla Visa via Amex Target REDbird?

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No these cards work like any other credit card when loading REDbird. Sometimes they can take a little while to activate, so it is best not to load right after purchasing.

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Has the limit of (2) been enforced in the past per account?

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“Vanilla branded Visas (issued by Bancorp) are more difficult to liquidate since they do not work at Walmart to load Bluebird/Serve in denominations of $50 or more”

Just tried a $49.99 load at a WM kiosk in suburban Chicago and got a “debit not available” error code 56

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Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor

How soon after the card was purchased? Some of these cards take up to 24 hours to fully activate.

I know of several people who have confirmed that $49.99 loads were working on kiosks as recent as a couple of days ago.

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Only about an hour afterwards. I’ll try again today. Thanks for the tip!

On a similar topic, are US Bank MC gift cards not loading to BB anymore? I successfully loaded some earlier last month but I haven’t been able to load anymore since around 3rd week of April.