Get $15 Off $300 Of Visa Gift Cards From Office Max Or Office Depot This Week

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Get $15 off $300 in Visa gift cards from Office Max or Office Depot stores through 4/15.

Use your Chase Ink Cash, Ink Plus or Ink Bold card and get 5 points per dollar spentYou can view credit card offers by clicking on the “Credit Card Offers” tab on top of the DansDeals banner to view links for card offers. You can click on the link that says “View all card offers by issuing bank” and scroll down to view all card offers from the bank of your choice. Here’s How To View Credit Card Offers On This Site.

Or you can use an AMEX SimplyCash card to earn 5% cash back.

Some stores may limit you to 1 transaction, but some stores won’t have any limits at all, which would allow you to scale the savings quite nicely.

If you buy 2 $200 Visa gift card in store you’ll pay $398.90 including fees and you’ll earn 1,995 points by charging it to an Ink Plus or Ink Cash card. If you buy a $200 gift card and a $100 gift card you’ll pay $297.90 including fees and you’ll earn 1,490 points by charging it to an Ink Plus or Ink Cash card.

You can use the gift cards to buy money orders at Walmart or at various grocery stores and gas stations. Just use the last 4 digits of the card as the PIN number to cash them out.

Or you can donate the gift card to charity and get a receipt for the full $200 face value.

Or you can give away a gift card as a wedding or Bar Mitzvah gift.

Or you can always use it for everyday spending.

HT: Iz, via DDF and FM

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13 Responses to “Get $15 Off $300 Of Visa Gift Cards From Office Max Or Office Depot This Week”

  1. Moshe Says:
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    Unfortunately there are no Office Depot/max at all in NYC

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  2. fjdo Says:
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    Can these be purchased online?

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  3. Jason Smith Says:
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    @Moshe: The OfficeMax on Atlantic Avenue closed on January 16, so there are none left in NYC. I’ll be honest, I predict Office Depot/OfficeMax will be out of business within the next 2 years. They are almost always more expensive than Staples, their rewards program is a joke, and these unadvertised sales make no sense (the whole point of a sale is to drive customers into the store and get them to buy other stuff. If you don’t advertise it, the only ones who come in are those who read deal blogs who very rarely buy other stuff anyways.)

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  4. Mark Says:
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    Too bad it’s Pesach this week. I won’t have time to run around for this one and it’ll probably either be dead or out of cards by Thursday morning chol hamoed.

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  5. Jaymar01 Says:
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    Are the VISA gift cards sold by Office Max/Depot issued by Metabank?

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  6. NoonRadar Says:
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    @Jaymar01: Yes

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  7. JAY Says:
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    WOULD SOME ONE BE INTERESTED IN MAKING A VIDEO HOW TO OFFLOAD THE GIFT CARDS? I HAVE $1000 IN CARDS BUT DON’T KNOW WHAT TO DO.

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  8. Anonymous Says:
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    @JAY: Check out Plastiq

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  9. PraiseCanada Says:
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    @JAY: Isn’t it clear in the post that you can buy money orders at Walmart?

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  10. Raf Says:
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    Plastiq is quite pricey.
    Usps wont take visa cards for money orders. I find groceries are getting tougher by either accepting cash or bank debit cards. Walmart didn’t work to load bluebird.
    Looking for other options. Which gqs stations take them?

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  11. Paul Says:
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    Help sos I’m trying to unload 6k in visa gc issued by meta bank and I am going through hell please help me thank you

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  12. Ricky Hill Says:
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    Chesapeake va walmart is holding me captive

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  13. Ricky Hill Says:
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    Humiliating! The clerk manager finally released me. Held my money orders and debit cards for over an hour. No apologies.

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