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Save _____ (amount) when you buy _______ (purchase amount) in _______ (type) Gift Cards at _______. Refund will be given in ___________
This time, the Mad Lib answers are:
5) Staples gift card
In case you didn’t follow along, if you buy $300 in Mastercard giftcards next week at Staples, you’ll get a $20 Staples gift card. This isn’t quite as good as some of the other deals, since it’s not cash back and comes as a Staples gift card, but it’s still probably worth doing. Here’s next week’s weekly ad.
Option 1 – 2 $200 cards
Best option (if you can find them) is 2 $200 cards. There’s a $6.95 activation fee on both, so it’s a money maker of $6.10, plus if you’re paying with the Chase Ink, that’s 2000 Chase points
Option 2 – 1 $200 and 1 $100 cards
You can also get a $200 and a $100 card for $300 total. Your out of pocket will be slightly less, since the $100 cards only have an activation fee of $5.95, making it a moneymaker of $7.10, but you only get 1500 Chase points (when paying for the Ink)
Option 3 – 3 $100 cards
If your store is out of $200 cards (probably likely), you can get the $100 ones. There’s a $5.95 activation fee on both, so it’s still a slight money maker, plus if you’re paying with the Chase Ink, that’s 1500 Chase points
In addition, there is also Kaspersky Anti-Virus, which is FAR, with a limit of 3 per household. So that’s another good way to rack up some Chase Ultimate Rewards points.
Let me know if you take advantage of this deal?