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Staples B&M Only - Buy $100 in Visa® or MasterCard® gift cards and get a $15 Staples® gift card After Staples Easy Rebate- Starts 11/11

cosdeals 382 November 9, 2012 at 02:41 AM in Gift Card (4) More Staples Deals
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Last Edited by cosdeals November 10, 2012 at 11:59 PM
This deal is listed in Page 9 of staples ad for the week 11/11 - 11/17. Limit 10 Staples Gift Cards per name/address/household. Of course, there is an activation fee of $5.99 on the $100 Visa / Master cards. Even after factoring in the activation fee, it is a potential $9 MM deal(in the form of Staples GC..) per VISA/Master card purchase.

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#391
Quote from simplyblown View Post :
so I went out and purchased 10 $100 GC's together EEK! ... will I'll still be able to get the $150 in GC?
you will get 10 x $15 = $150 yes. but in return, you lost $50 in purchase fee instead of $30 like those who bought $200 cards.
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#392
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Yes, I posted screen shots. 2x$15 for $200 Visa card.
Thanks. I will get few of these in the coming week`
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#393
Quote from mathfaster View Post :
Thanks. Fixed and before and after screen shots posted. Yes, as compfreak posted and pen360guin posted and now I have posted you get 2 x $15 rebates for a $200 card.
I can also confirm that $200 counts as 2x$15.
Last edited by jackiesyu November 11, 2012 at 05:21 PM
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#394
Quote from daniel32 View Post :
you mean 10 $100 Visa/Mastercard GC

yes you will get $150 provided rebate receipt printed out.



10 x $15 = $150.



why $200 x 10?
Ppl are getting $30 per $200 card...everyone bought 5 , nobody tried 10 .
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#395
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why $200 x 10?
he meant 10 giftcards for 10 $200 cards because limit is up to 10 cards (not $1000).
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Quote from microkelvin View Post :
I dont know how you got that screenshot but this is what i got (see my screenshot). when did you file your rebate? I just did 1 about an hr ago, and 3 more at 5:31pm EST. None of them said $30 for each $200 cards. Do you think they fix it? None of my screenshots listed any final amount yet. But I think it's weird that my screenshot does not look like what you got. This screenshot is captured during filing the rebates.
That picture was also taken while submitting the rebates. I submitted mine sometime after 12PM ET and of course before that post. I also uploaded another picture that shows it's status where it also says $30. Look above several comments and you can compare. I uploaded several screenshots.
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#397
Quote from microkelvin View Post :
he meant 10 giftcards for 10 $200 cards because limit is up to 10 cards (not $1000).
From the way the $200 cards are being eligible for a $30 rebate, it appears the limit is actually
$1000 for a total $150 rebate and not 10 cards.
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#398
Quote from mathfaster View Post :
Just Google Serve or go to www.serve.com and read their FAQ. It is quite detailed. Fees are waived until March of next year. Limit is $250 per month on cc loads on Serve. Google Amazon Payments or search this thread for details. Been discussed on how to use AP to drain these cards.
For some reason Amazon didn't deduct the one dollar authorization. Anyway I went ahead and did a transaction with one dollar less of my total in my gift cards. It asked me to choose advance cash or good or services. I chose good or services. Is there any distinction between the two. Mighty thanks for being so helpful.
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Quote from pen360guin View Post :
That picture was also taken while submitting the rebates. I submitted mine sometime after 12PM ET and of course before that post. I also uploaded another picture that shows it's status where it also says $30. Look above several comments and you can compare. I uploaded several screenshots.
well, that's what i got. you can look at my screenshot. i did not doctor it or erase anything. so i guess maybe those who did later were farked.


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For some reason Amazon didn't deduct the one dollar authorization. Anyway I went ahead and did a transaction with one dollar less of my total in my gift cards. It asked me to choose advance cash or good or services. I chose good or services. Is there any distinction between the two. Mighty thanks for being so helpful.
will amazon charge any fee on those transactions? i know it's free to send, but what about recieving? if they all work out, i will do some AP's now by creating a new amazon account and transfer money over.
Last edited by kel_be November 11, 2012 at 04:47 PM
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#400
who wants to buy 6 $200 GCs and try out getting $180?
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#401
Quote from simplyblown View Post :
so I went out and purchased 10 $100 GC's together EEK! ... will I'll still be able to get the $150 in GC?
Yes, you will. I did the same. My rebate is showing $150 gcs.Wink
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Quote from microkelvin View Post :
well, that's what i got. you can look at my screenshot. i did not doctor it or erase anything. so i guess maybe those who did later were fucked.



will amazon charge any fee on those transactions? i know it's free to send, but what about recieving? if they all work out, i will do some AP's now by creating a new amazon account and transfer money over.
No charge, previous posts have more details explanation on this.
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Quote from Kwong1 View Post :
For some reason Amazon didn't deduct the one dollar authorization. Anyway I went ahead and did a transaction with one dollar less of my total in my gift cards. It asked me to choose advance cash or good or services. I chose good or services. Is there any distinction between the two. Mighty thanks for being so helpful.
As stated on AP:
Goods or Services
Select this option if you are sending money for the purchase of goods or services, such as buying a digital camera or paying your babysitter.

Cash Advance
Select this option if you are not sending money for the purchase of goods or services. You may be charged a cash advance or other fees by your credit or debit card issuer. Amazon Payments is not responsible for these fees. Contact your issuer for more information.
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Can the manager approve a transaction remotely? When I bought $1000 worth of Mastercards last time, no manager came to the register.
Quote from mathfaster View Post :
No clue. Just what others have posted about approvals for over $500.. There is always a MOD of some sort from what I understand. MOD = manager on duty.
In the last promotion, I did $1000 (10x$100) in one transaction. My wife also did $1000 but in 4 transactions ($100,$100,$200, and $600). My $1000 and my wife's $600 required manager's approval.

In both cases, they called the manager over to the checkout for approval.
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Quote from FREEALTA View Post :
As stated on AP:
Goods or Services
Select this option if you are sending money for the purchase of goods or services, such as buying a digital camera or paying your babysitter.

Cash Advance
Select this option if you are not sending money for the purchase of goods or services. You may be charged a cash advance or other fees by your credit or debit card issuer. Amazon Payments is not responsible for these fees. Contact your issuer for more information.
Thanks! I just remember in the other thread what they say about this situation. The transaction between husband and wife is always a service that is realized but not recognized.
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