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If you live near a grocery store that uses the Just For U program (Albertsons, Safeway, Shaw’s, Tom Thumb, Vons and more), check your account as there should be a couple of digital coupons offering up to $25 in savings when buying Mastercard gift cards.
- Buy two $100 Mastercard gift cards & save $15 instantly
- Buy two $50 Mastercard gift cards & save $10 instantly
- Expires October 31, 2020.
- Limit 1 per household per digital coupon.
The digital coupon offering $15 off two $100 Mastercard gift cards is the better of the two deals here. $100 Mastercard gift cards cost $5.95 at Safeway et al, so you’ll make a profit of $3.10 before any liquidation fees you might have.
The $50 card offer is marginally profitable before liquidation fees. Those cards carry a $4.95 activation fee, so your profit is a grand total of $0.10. While a dime’s profit isn’t going to have you rushing to the grocery store, if you do your grocery shopping there anyway then it might be worth grabbing a couple of those once you take into account the points you’ll earn when paying with a card that earns more at grocery stores.
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Your article about buying gift cards to gross $.10 is really stupid.
The post isn’t about buying gift cards to make $0.10. It’s about buying gift cards to make up to $3.20 and get ~$300 in bonused spend on credit cards to make that even more rewarding. For example, on a new Chase Freedom Unlimited card they’d also earn ~1,500 Ultimate Rewards which many would value at at least $22.50. You’d therefore be making more than $25 for buying some gift cards at a grocery store you’d likely be shopping at already.
If someone is working on the minimum spend requirement on a new card, that can be helpful. If
u must be a troll, making ‘stupid’ comment
Any tips on how to liquidate these,?
This should help: https://frequentmiler.com/manufactured-spending-complete-guide/#Buy_liquidate_gift_cards