(EXPIRED) More free money: Giftcards.com giving $10 off $100 Virtual Visa gift cards again

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Update 8/23/23: Giftcards.com is back on airline shopping portals. The EOS10OFF promo code is listed on many – or possibly all – portals, so that seems to be the best code to use. We’ve also added EOSSAVE as an additional promo code.


Giftcards.com is once again giving out free money as they’re offering $10 off $100 Virtual Visa gift cards when using promo codes EOS10OFF, EOSSUMMER, VISA10OFF & EOSSAVE.

Giftcardsdotcom promo code EOS10OFF

The Deal

  • Get $10 off when buying $100 Virtual Visa gift cards from Giftcards.com & using promo codes:
    • EOS10OFF
    • VISA10OFF
  • Direct link to offer (our affiliate link).

Key Terms

  • Promo codes valid 08/22/2023 – 09/04/2023 for 10% off $100 Visa Virtual Gift Accounts from http://Giftcards.com while supplies last.
  • Limit 6 per order (maximum $60 per order).
  • Excludes http://Giftcards.com for Business orders.
  • Promo codes are one-time use codes and cannot be combined with other offers.

Quick Thoughts

Giftcards.com charges a $5.95 purchase fee on $100 Virtual Visa gift cards, so getting a $10 discount means you make $4.05 profit per card before any kind of costs you had liquidating the cards in one way or another. With a limit of six per order, maxing that out means you’ll make $24.30 per order on top of your credit card rewards and any shopping portal rewards/cashback that tracks and pays out.

Speaking of shopping portals, those usually only seem to track for deals such as these when they list a specific promo code. The three codes listed above are working for the discount right now, but we sometimes see additional promo codes popping up on shopping portals. In those instances, using the code listed on the portal you’re planning on clicking through from is the best way to go. At the time of publishing this, only the EOS10OFF code is showing on the portals I checked, so it’s best to stick with using that one for now.

In case you’re wondering, buying denominations larger than $100 in order to reduce the purchase fees doesn’t seem to work. I added a $100 card to my cart along with two $250 cards to make a total of $600 which could, in theory, trigger the maximum discount of $60. Unfortunately it only took off $10 for the one $100 card I had in the cart, so you’ll want to buy six $100 cards if you want to max this out for each order you place.

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