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GAP Family (Old Navy, Banana Republic, Athleta and Gap) Visa Credit Card - Earn $60 of rewards YMMV

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YMMV, Got this offer on snail mail (photo attached). Not sure if it applicable for all GAP visa card holders. Not able to find details online.

If you have a GAP family (Old Navy, Banana Republic, Athleta and Gap) Credit Card, you can earn $60 worth Rewards.

Between September 1 and October 31st, Earn 100 points (worth $1) each day you use your GAP visa card anywhere outside GAP brands.

1) Set up a daily auto reload on schedule for a gift card in Amazon with a reload value of $5. Alternatively, you can use a vending machine in your office for lower value transactions.
2) At the end of offer period, you would have earned 6100 points which will get you $60 in rewards (GAP awards $5 for every 500 points)
3) Set a reminder to cancel the auto reload to October 31st.

Additionally, you can also earn 5 points for every $1 spent on Gas, Grocery and Dining.

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They send out a few different targeted offers. Mine for the same time period is 2x points at grocery and dining so very YMMV. I'd rather have your offer!
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YMMV, Got this offer on snail mail (photo attached). Not sure if it applicable for all GAP visa card holders. Not able to find details online.

If you have a GAP Visa Credit Card, you can earn $60 worth Gap Rewards.

Between September 1 and October 31st, Earn 100 points (worth $1) each day you use your GAP visa card anywhere outside GAP brands.

1) Set up a daily auto reload on schedule for a gift card in Amazon with a reload value of $1
2) At the end of offer period, you would have earned 6100 points which will get you $60 in rewards (GAP awards $5 for every 500 points)
3) Set a reminder to cancel the auto reload to October 31st.

Additionally, you can also earn 5 points for every $1 spent on Gas, Grocery and Dining.


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Do you have any suggestions for the auto re-load? I've never done one with a schedule so I'm not sure where I can do this, I've only done the ones that auto re-load when the balance gets to a certain amount.

Also, will daily purchases for the same amount from the same merchant trigger their fraud department to block the card and contact you? Have you done this in the past with success?

I got the same promo but I have the Banana Republic Visa Card.
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Do you have any suggestions for the auto re-load? I've never done one with a schedule so I'm not sure where I can do this, I've only done the ones that auto re-load when the balance gets to a certain amount.

Also, will daily purchases for the same amount from the same merchant trigger their fraud department to block the card and contact you? Have you done this in the past with success?

I got the same promo but I have the Banana Republic Visa Card.
You will be able to find the auto reload by a schedule on the same page as you find the auto reload when balance gets low. Here is a useful link.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/cu...=201627950

Don't know if it will trigger merchant's fraud department. I know a lot of ppl setup auto-reload to happen every 6-month or so to avoid their credit card being closed due to inactivity.
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You will be able to find the auto reload by a schedule on the same page as you find the auto reload when balance gets low. Here is a useful link.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/cu...=201627950

Don't know if it will trigger merchant's fraud department. I know a lot of ppl setup auto-reload to happen every 6-month or so to avoid their credit card being closed due to inactivity.
ok, thanks, I'll check it out. Every 6 months is a lot different than every day though.
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You will be able to find the auto reload by a schedule on the same page as you find the auto reload when balance gets low. Here is a useful link.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/cu...=201627950

Don't know if it will trigger merchant's fraud department. I know a lot of ppl setup auto-reload to happen every 6-month or so to avoid their credit card being closed due to inactivity.
Ah, didn't notice you mentioned Amazon specifically. I was asking about different merchants to try it with, like Starbucks. Just checked Starbucks though and they don't allow on a schedule by date, only by "balance drops below".
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Ah, didn't notice you mentioned Amazon specifically. I was asking about different merchants to try it with, like Starbucks. Just checked Starbucks though and they don't allow on a schedule by date, only by "balance drops below".
I'm aware of auto reload by schedule only in Amazon. Let me know if you come across any.
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I'm aware of auto reload by schedule only in Amazon. Let me know if you come across any.
I might just do reloads manually on my Starbucks card since I use it a lot. By the way, Amazon shows that minimum is $5.00 for auto reload.
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I haven't gotten an offer in a while. I usually like the ones that are use the card 4x in a month and get $20.
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I might just do reloads manually on my Starbucks card since I use it a lot. By the way, Amazon shows that minimum is $5.00 for auto reload.
​Oh is it? Thanks. I have updated the post.
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If I make an amazon gift card purchase online daily of .50 - 1 dollar each day,
would that count ?
would it trigger a red flag so as to now qualifty for the bonus
otherwise I can make a daily purchase at my rite aid on my block for something I need anyways

thanks
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They send out a few different targeted offers. Mine for the same time period is 2x points at grocery and dining so very YMMV. I'd rather have your offer!
got the same offer ... offers were better last year when i wasn't luxe ... now just crappy offers all year long
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I pay comcast bill for $.01 to $.03 every day Big Grin
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I think that's the truth. However, before you jump into using old navy credit card, you should have read through their terms and condition and through the small print as well. Be sure to check out how other customers have fared with them in time past. I personally heard their customer care is a little shabby. Anyway, you can read through articles i saw on the internet to aid you. How to apply for an old navy credit card [techbloga.com] (that's if you are new to old navy credit card) How to login and manage your old navy credit card account [techbloga.com]( that's those that want to activate their credit cards, make payments, schedule payments, confirm mailing address, etc. And frequently asked questions about Old navy Credit Card [techbloga.com]. I hope these will help you greatly. Thank me later
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