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There are a few deals currently available on Delta gift cards. The best of the two offers gives 10% cashback, but if you can’t get an order fulfilled for that deal there’s a different one giving a Starbucks gift card free or BonusCash available at Rite Aid.
- Earn 10% cashback when buying Delta gift cards from MyGiftCardsPlus
- Buy $250 Delta gift card & get $20 Starbucks gift card free
- Buy $150 Delta gift cards & get $15 BonusCash
- MyGiftCardsPlus – limit $1,000 per household.
- Starbucks deal – limit 6,000 purchasers.
- Rite Aid – expires December 10, 2022, limit 2.
Saving 10% on Delta gift cards via MyGiftCardsPlus is the best of the three deals. You can pay by PayPal if you want, so if you haven’t maxed out your Chase Freedom and/or Freedom Flex spending for this quarter yet, this deal could help you towards that $1,500 spend limit.
If you’re not familiar with MyGiftCardsPlus, it offers cashback rather than an instant discount. It’s owned by Prodege which owns other sites like Swagbucks, Upromise, InboxDollars and more. You select your earning preference on your account such as Swagbucks via Swagbucks, cashback via Upromise, etc. If this is your first purchase from MyGiftCardsPlus, there’s a good chance that they’ll want to send you a postcard with a PIN on it for address verification. You’ll still be able to earn 10% cashback on the Delta gift cards in your cart when you confirm that PIN, but it does mean there would be a delay of a few days before you receive the gift cards, so bear that in mind if you’d want to use the gift cards sooner rather than later.
As for the other deals, getting a $20 Starbucks gift card for buying a $250 Delta gift card is an OK deal. However, the Rite Aid giving $15 BonusCash when buying $150 Delta gift cards might be preferable if you can get good value when redeeming the BonusCash.