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PNC Bank Customers ONLY - Visa Checkout $10 credit on $10+ purchase

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Saw this when I was trying to also get the Starbucks offer. Might be a new promotion since 2014 so give it a whirl!

https://www.pnc.com/content/pnc-c...ckout.html

Try Visa Checkout and get a $10 statement credit.*
With Visa Checkout, one login lets you pay in a snap. Give it a try and get your bonus.
  1. Step 1
  2. Enroll in Visa Checkout and add your PNC Bank Visa(R) Credit or Debit Card
  3. Step 2
  4. Use Visa Checkout to make an online purchase of $10 or more at participating merchants - just make your purchase by June 15, 2016
  5. Step 3
  6. Get a $10 statement credit

To make the deal even sweeter, some of the PNC cards (debit or credit) have additional "purchase payback" promotions where you get extra points for shopping at starbucks Just check through your PNC account to see if you have one of these offers.

Terms & Conditions:
*Offer valid 5/01/2016 through 6/15/2016. The $10 statement credit will be awarded upon verification that customer has created a new Visa Checkout account, has enrolled a PNC debit and/or credit card as the preferred card in Visa Checkout, and has made a single purchase of $10 or more with the enrolled PNC debit or credit card using the Visa Checkout account at the merchant website.The $10 statement credit will be awarded with 90 days after the end of the promotion period to either the enrolled PNC Visa credit card account or the primary checking account associated with the enrolled PNC Visa debit card, whichever card is listed as the preferred card in Visa Checkout. Visa Business Cards, Visa Gift Cards, and Visa Prepaid Cards are excluded. Limit of one $10 statement credit per customer or card account. If the enrolled card or the underlying account is not open and in good standing at the time the statement credit is to be made, the credit will be forfeited. PNC or Visa may terminate this offer at any time without notice.

This starbucks promo thread is here:
http://slickdeals.net/f/8721871-10-starbucks-egift-card-w-additional-10-bonus-10-w-visa-checkout?related=8722003&src=rtw
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New Visa Checkout accounts only?
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Let's see if this will work with the starbuck deal
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Quote from addictedsaver View Post :
New Visa Checkout accounts only?
Probably? Or maybe just first time you use the PNC card with that associated visa checkout account?

To make the deal even sweeter, some of the PNC cards (debit or credit) have additional "purchase payback" promotions where you get extra points for shopping at starbucks.
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What's pnc?
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What's pnc?
A bank, based out of Pittsburgh I believe so their presents is mainly in the midwest.
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What's pnc?
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A bank, based out of Pittsburgh I believe so their presents is mainly in the midwest.
Yes Pittsburgh based super-regional bank but they're all over the midwest and even mid atlantic now.
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I've had trouble with these VCO-related statement credits in the past but the SB deal is a good one even without it, so I gave it a shot. Thanks OP.
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I've had trouble with these VCO-related statement credits in the past but the SB deal is a good one even without it, so I gave it a shot. Thanks OP.
How hard was it to claim? I've never really used it for statement credits so it was worth a shot especially since I was using it anyway for that starbucks deal!
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How hard was it to claim? I've never really used it for statement credits so it was worth a shot especially since I was using it anyway for that starbucks deal!
Several months ago there was a similar offer with Chase (think it was $15 back on $15+). On both Chase cards it took me several phone calls to get them to credit my account. It was about 4-5 months between the time I made the purchase and the time I was finally credited. Luckily, I put these things on my phone's calendar as my college years left my short-term memory in shambles. Big Grin
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Quote from chri521 View Post :
Probably? Or maybe just first time you use the PNC card with that associated visa checkout account?

To make the deal even sweeter, some of the PNC cards (debit or credit) have additional "purchase payback" promotions where you get extra points for shopping at starbucks.
I think it is clear about "creating a new vco account". I already have like 4

And can I buy a $10 GC or something? Is there any way to use it in a store?
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Quote from comeback View Post :
I think it is clear about "creating a new vco account". I already have like 4

And can I buy a $10 GC or something? Is there any way to use it in a store?

Well my suggestion was to buy a starbucks gift card with it and get that extra $10 in that deal linked in the top post.

And online, as long as the merchant can support it gift cards should be fine.
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A bank, based out of Pittsburgh I believe so their presents is mainly in the midwest.
Lots of branches in So. Fla too
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Nice find OP!

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Already have a VCO account. Should I bother opening a new one to give this a try?
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