Save $10 Off $50 Or $20 Off $100 Of Mastercard And Select Store Gift Cards From Office Max Or Office Depot This Week

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Update, 4/6: This offer has been pulled as of today!

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You can instantly save $10 off $50 or $20 off $100 of Mastercard and select store gift cards from Office Max or Office Depot stores through 4/15.

Valid gift cards include Mastercard, American Eagle, Catherine’s, Groupon, Fandango, and ToysRUs/BabiesRUs.

You can mix and match gift cards to get to the $50 and $100 thresholds.

-A $100 Mastercard gift card will cost $85.95 after fees.

-A $200 Mastercard gift card will cost $186.95 after fees.

Use your Chase Ink Cash, Ink Plus or Ink Bold card and get 5 points per dollar spent. You 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 a $200 Mastercard gift card in store you’ll pay $186.95 including fees and you’ll earn 935 Chase points by charging it to an Ink Cash/Bold/Plus card of you’ll $9.35 cash back with AMEX SimplyCash.

These Mastercards should have the PIN number in the package. They’re a bit trickier to use at WalMart, you need to hit cancel on the keypad after swiping it in order to change it to a debit payment before using it to load Bluebird, buying money orders, or using bill pay.

You can also buy money orders at various grocery stores and gas stations.

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 LT

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can you buy these online or in-store only?


Any limit?


Is this online too


Why do people keep asking questions that are already answered in the post?


People are lazy and don’t want to read.


went to OD this morning and manager told me this deal has been pulled yesterday, no longer available. he told me it won’t ring up with the discount anymore. did not confirm.


At OD now, no longer ringing up in registers.


All three store managers in the LA vicinity said it was corporate I.e the limit of 2 per transaction per day so I don’t know how one would of gotten more than 2 anyway.


@Dan: thats as it wouldn’t be worth their while especially since it would be easy to trace which store and store manager allowed that to happen. That’s actually one of the managers reasons why he said no(but he really wanted to say yes)


@Dan: hey Dan I must of reread that post and the most recent one like 10 times. I like to be in the know before I try one of these posts. I guess they are just nicer in Cleveland. Annnnd now that I have your attention (lol) can I get a business card without actually having a legally registered business as I would of liked to have gotten more points back for purchasing the cards?


Often the registers are programmed to be uncooperative. For this particular deal, the discount is $10 off $50. But maximum per register transaction is 2 discounts ($20 total discount). You could get that same $20 discount on any of the following:

* Four $25 cards.
* Two $50 cards.
* One $100 card.
* Two $100 cards.
* Etc.
* One $200 card.
* Two $200 cards.
* Etc.

You wouldn’t get $30, $40, etc., per register transaction no matter how much you bought in that single transaction.

That doesn’t mean that there couldn’t have been offers in the past where the register didn’t enforce a maximum number of discounts. (There were.)

That also doesn’t mean there weren’t cashiers and stores during this week’s offer that would allow you to ring up individual $200 cards, one after another. (There were.)


you guys are the greatest