Staples Mastercard Gift Card Promotion, Waived Fee Starting 10/20

Staples Mastercard Gift Card Promotion

Staples Mastercard Gift Card Promotion

Starting on Sunday 10/20/2019 till 10/26/2019 there’s a new Staples Mastercard Gift Card promotion. You will pay no fee when purchasing $200 Mastercard Gift Cards. This is a good opportunity for free credit card rewards, especially when combined with one of the Chase Ink cards [5X Ultimate Rewards] or  Amex SimplyCash Plus [5% cashback] the deal becomes much better.

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Offer Terms

  • Valid 10/20/2019–10/26/2019
  • Limit 1 per customer

How to Maximize Profits

We have seen better deals from Staples, where the rebate gave you a profit. But this could be seen as a better deal since it doesn’t require to fill out any rebates and wait for a gift card in the mail and there’s no household limit. But, you’re limited to $2,000 in gift card purchases every day.

So for every $200 MasterCard gift card you buy, you can earn 1,000 Chase UR points if you’re using your Chase Ink Plus/Cash card. Amex SimplyCash is an other option for earning 5% back. You can also use a card that has an Amex Offer or Chase Offer for Staples.

How To Liquidate Gift Cards

Mastercard Gift Cards are not as easy to use as Visa. You can still use them at WalMart to purchase money orders, but you need to quickly hit cancel on the keypad after swiping to switch to debit and it doesn’t always work. You can also use them for bill pay at Walmart and Kmart. Also check out smaller local stores near you that sell WU money orders. Plastiq is another option. And if everything else fails, you can always use them for everyday spend everywhere Mastercard is accepted.

Guru’s Wrap-Up

This Staples Mastercard Gift Card promotion is a great way to add more points to your Chase Ultimate Rewards balance. I would suggest going to your nearest location on Sunday because stock runs out quickly. You can also use a card that has an Amex Offer or Chase Offer for Staples.

HT: GC Galore

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