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

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You can get $15 off $300 of Visa gift cards from Office Max or Office Depot stores from today through 11/23.

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 Visa gift cards in store you’ll pay $398.90 including fees and you’ll earn 2,020 points (worth $30-$40) by charging it to an Ink Plus or Ink Cash card.

If you buy a $100 and a $200 Visa gift cards in store you’ll pay $297.90 including fees and you’ll earn 1,515 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!

HT: farmbochur

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Can these be paid for with office depot/max gift cards?




Which cards are NOT good to use to buy visa cards.
Meaning, cards that either won’t earn points or won’t count toward spending requirements.
Can you maybe add that info to the post?


An amex card will not work for the sign-up bonus and possibly the points as well


How do they know given that the purchase wouldn’t end in a flat 200.00 charge i.e. $398.90 could be for a printer etc.?


It’s a common misconception that the credit card issuer only sees amount. Level 2 data can also include itemized receipt. They know what you bought.


Not sure I agree with this. My experience (using an AMEX card to purchase fixed-value Visa Gift Cards from a retail outlet) has been that I have received points and that the amount spent has counted as a qualifying transaction to achieve a sign-up bonus. (Though I did not pay attention as to whether it was an AMEX Charge Card or an AMEX Credit Card.)

My rule-of-thumb if that if I earn points (or dollars), then the spend is a qualifying transaction.


Dan, can you please share the rules on this.


Dan, where do you see these ads because I looked through the weekly ad and did not see this?


which cards are dangerous to us e to buy Visa cards?


can someone please explain to me how this works. curious to know how visa or office depot make money by selling these at this discount?


Did anyone mention that they were making money on this deal?


then why have it? why sell a product at a loss? what is in it for visa or office depot? Dan?


You can also send you yourself the money whith PayPal when you send it to a another account and then send it back. It takes about 3% and another 1% if you deposit through your debit card or need it instantly


why would you want to send it to your PayPal if you were already able to deposit it in another account? is there a way to load this directly to PayPal?


No O max in nyc


If I use my delta Amex will it be considered spending towards the 25k to get 10000 bonus miles and 10000 mqm’s?


Dan, most stores these days have limits. The link in the post is from 2015 and not all that practical today. Even if it were, there are no easy ways to cash out as BB and Serve also have limits these days. Unless there’s new methods out that we don’t know about yet…

Ah giten

Bought a variable card, paid 285+tax $290 total.
Didn’t Know it works on variable cards.
So @dan you can add the pricing and points for this one.


My store in Michigan officially has a limit (of 1) but it depends on how lazy or dumb the cashier is. Usually they let me do two transactions, tonight my cashier said she “thinks the limit is 6”. Uhuh, the sign right on top says one but I’m not gonna argue! Now if this store was within 75 miles of Brooklyn or Lakewood, they’d know the limit in their sleep.

reb chaim

store near maimi airport has no limit