(EXPIRED) MastercardGiftCard giving 100% off purchase fees when using promo code MOMSDAY2024

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In addition to VanillaGift waiving purchases fees on Vanilla Visa gift cards and TheGiftCardShop doing the same for Visa and Mastercard gift cards, MastercardGiftCard.com is now offering a 100% discount on purchase fees of Mastercard gift cards when using promo code MOMSDAY2024.

MastercardGiftCarddotcom promo code MOMSDAY2024

The Deal

  • Get waived purchase fees on $50+ Mastercard gift cards from MastercardGiftCard.com when using promo code MOMSDAY2024.
  • Direct link to offer.

Key Terms

  • Expires May 11, 2024.

Quick Thoughts

MastercardGiftCard.com, VanillaGift and TheGiftCardShop are all owned by Incomm which is why they’re all running similar promotions for Mother’s Day. As with those other two deals, the best option – in theory – is to buy the eGift cards as you then won’t have any fees because the physical cards will still come with a shipping fee. That also assumes that you have a way of liquidating the eGift cards too. People sometimes run into problems using these types of cards, so it’d be worth testing out your liquidation method(s) on one of these cards first before buying a ton.

The last I heard, Amex wasn’t awarding points for purchases from these Incomm sites – similar to how things work for Simon Mall – so it’d be better to use other cards to buy them.

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Aloha808

Even worse than not awarding points, amex counts the purchase as a cash advance.

Last edited 16 days ago by Aloha808
thang

can this card added to apple pay ?