I doubt you can sell on ebay. I mean you may be able to sneak one through but it is against their policy to allow it.
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Did you 3x200 + 2x200 on each address ?
Or did you risk doing more than that PER 1 address, based on the "Limit 10 STAPLES gift cards" ...
I dont understand your question. I did 10 per address. I have many friends and family who have addreses both home and work.. I can easily do 35 reabtesx 10 if I wanted to have that much $ tied up in cards.
Late to the game. But assuming 3x $200 cards still give $135, could you get 9 cards (sets of 3 each) and get $405 as the total rebate amount per address?
This is what I did in one of my SER accts and they are all still showing up as valid. I did this yesterday but I don't see anyone saying that any of their rebate submissions got rejected yet, for any reason.
We don't even know that 10 transactions of sets of 3 would not work. It would be 10 rebate submissions. That would be 30 cards and $1350 in total rebate amount.
It probably wouldn't work and I don't know of anyone who has tried to submit more than 10 cards per acct but system is screwy so who knows.
Submittable. Yes. Limits are enforced when the system validates the rebate. Which is generally 3-4 hours after you make the purchase if you submit the rebate right away. Been there done that with other rebates including the system confirming limits on a single rebate when I purposely bought more than the offer limit for a rebate.
This is the question I have been wondering about... This would be true if you bought and exceeded the limit in 1 transaction, but is the rebate system able to check limits as you enter them across multiple transactions? For example last week the photo paper had a 13.99 rebate limit 4. If I bought 5 in one transaction, I assume the rebate system could easily validate he limit a few hours later and would show you getting back a check for only 4x13.99. However what if you buy 2 in one transaction and 3 in another? If you wait a few hours and submit rebates for each receipt, would it be able to compare across both transactions and show you getting back 2x13.99 and only 2x13.99 for the second one? Or since each individual transaction was within the limit would it appear you would get back 2x13.99 and 3x13.99, but at a later step be rejected? And if you are rejected is the system smart enough to reduce the 3x13.99 to 2x13.99 or will the entire rebate for one receipt be rejected outright?
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