Get $5 Off $200 Visa Gift Cards From Staples This Week

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Staples is offering $5 off $200 Visa gift cards through 4/17 in-store only.

That reduces the card purchsae fee from $6.95 to $1.95 per card.

Use your Chase Ink Cash Card or Ink Plus card and get 5 points per dollar spent. Office supply stores never charge a fee for retailer gift cards such as Amazon and hundreds more, but these Visa gift cards can be used anywhere! Read about the current offer to earn 75,000 points on a new Ink Cash card here!

The weekly ad states that there is a limit of 5 per customer per day, though the discount should apply on up to 9 cards per transaction if your store isn’t a stickler for limits.

You can use the gift cards to buy money orders at various 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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No more fee waived?


Don’t buy! If they see this works they’ll never go back to no fee!


I usually don’t buy unless it’s no fee but I need to pay the roofer this week! At least I can pay in $200 increments! 🙂
OfficeDepot closed down most locations and limits you to 1 transaction of 2 VGC. Hardly worth the trip.


I need spending bonus on newly opened as card..I read gift cards may not count towards some spending bonusrs..will this count

Stan the man

All the local staples have been out of $200. Cards. Anybody else seening this issue??


You must be from Brooklyn.. why would you assume we know what local to you is


Enforcing limits is a YMMV and completely arbitrary. You can have other checkout agents and/or branch managers in the same store who just impose, change or remove the limits on a whim.

Honest Abe

Is it still worth it?