Staples Rebates Are Back, Get $20 on $250+ Purchase In Visa Cards

Staples is back again with one of their $20 rebates. Starting on Sunday 3/15/2015 Staples is offering a $20 rebate when you purchase $250 or more in Visa gift cards. Deal ends on 3/21/2015. The $20 rebate will already give you a small profit, but when combined with one of the Chase Ink cards [5X Ultimate Rewards] or Amex SimplyCash [5% back] the deal becomes much much better.

Visa Gift Card

I will be using my Chase Ink Plus business card that I just received (using the 60K sign up offer), so it will count towards my minimum spend requirement as well.

The deal is valid in store only and you can only receive one rebate per household, so you might need the help of friends and relatives to use more than one address when you fill out the rebate forms online. The $20 gift cards are issued by Metabank and cab be easily loaded into Bluebird/Serve and Redbird or used for everyday purchases anywhere.

Best strategy

The best way to maximize your returm, would be to purchase two $200 VGCs for every transaction. The total cost will be $413.90 and you’ll already make a profit of $6.10 after the $20 rebate. But on top of that you will also receive 2,070 CHASE UR points.

Fine Print

In store only. Valid 3/15/15–3/21/15. In store only. Subject to availability. Visa® is not a participant in or sponsor of this promotion. See gift cards for details, terms, conditions and (if applicable) fees. Limit 1 rebate per household. All trademarks are property of their respective owners. The Visa® gift card is issued by MetaBank®, member FDIC pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc.

3 thoughts on “Staples Rebates Are Back, Get $20 on $250+ Purchase In Visa Cards

  1. Pingback: Staples, $20 back with $300+ purchase of Mastercard GCs | Danny the Deal Guru

  2. Last time it was minimum spend of $300 if I remember correctly. But anyway it would be stupid to purchase anything less than 2 x $200. You’d be throwing points away 🙂

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