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

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You can get $15 off $300 of Mastercard gift cards from Office Max or Office Depot stores through 9/26.

Use your Chase Ink Cash Business Card or Ink Plus card and get 5 points per dollar spent.

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 Mastercard gift cards 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 $100 and a $200 Mastercard gift cards in store 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 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 while earning 5% or 5 Chase Ultimate Rewards points per dollar everywhere!

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Not working for money orders at Walmart. Visa gc still work, but MC seems to be registering as a cc–not a valid form of payment.


Known issue. There is an easy workaround- you have to hit the cancel button on screen before it disappears, then you will have the option to select debit and enter the PIN.
If you’re doing split-tender, make sure to swipe the card and hit cancel- and only THEN have the cashier enter the split amount. Once he/she does that, then go ahead and select debit and enter PIN. If the cashier puts the $200 split amount first, the cancel button won’t even show up on screen at all and it will default to credit and won’t go through.


when does the cancel button appear? After swiping the MC Debit card?


After you swipe.
It’ll show a red “cancel” icon on the bottom right side of the screen.
when you hit cancel, it gives you an option to select “Debit” then you put your PIN.

Dave S

Thanks Dan!


This deal is even better this time, since Dosh is paying out at 2%


not valid on gift cards


Its paying out anyways.

joe al.

anyway to buy these gift cards say 10 of them for a total of $3000 and go to walmart and transfer them to a money order if anyone knows how that works and can post, please

or is there a way to purchase money orders on credit cards without the cash advance fee


MC gift cards you can buy at office max are up to $200 each card. To get the best value I buy 2 x $200 cards. Some stores let you do multiple tender but some don’t. (My neighborhood only 1 out of 4 stores let me purchase more. They started to tell me “We can’t do separate tender for Gift Card purchase” 🙁 )
Let’s say you buy 10 cards ($2000) You can use them to get Money Order at Walmart. Money order fee is 88cents.
Walmart I go to stop letting me use multiple payments, so I can only use one card to buy one money order 🙁
I buy a money order for $199.12 to make it even $200 with a fee.
or sometimes get the different amount and use the small balance to reload Amazon gift card (has to be at least $1.00 to reload)

As CtownBin stating above, you have to hit “Cancel” after you swipe the card to be able to select “Debit” when you are purchasing Money Orders.


Do you get 5 points per dollar when using chase Ink business preferred?


No. You need a “Chase Ink Business Cash” card.
It’s a different card and has different perks. Also, Ink Business Cash has no annual fee. I personally like Ink Cash better than Preferred.

From Chase website
“Earn 5% cash back on the first $25,000 spent in combined purchases at office supply stores and on internet, cable and phone services each account anniversary year.”


Oh ok , thank you