Here’s some new deals that I noticed last night and this morning. You can save on a few gift cards, plus some free money.
Swych, 10% Off best Buy Gift Cards Plus 5X
Check out the Swych app to get a 10% discount on Best Buy gift cards. You can buy a $100 denomination for $90 with promo code LIGHTS. Limit of 1. You can earn 5X with Chase Ink Cash through PayPal.
Walmart, 20% Off iTunes Gift Cards (HT: Danny the Deal Guru)
Walmart has an online sale on iTunes gift cards with a 20% discount on $50 denominations only.
- Buy $50 iTunes eGift Card for $40. Limit 2.
They cancel orders sometimes, but hopefully you don’t have any issues.
Chase Checking: Send $5 Starbucks Gift Card, Get Free $5 (HT: Danny the Deal Guru)
Chase has an offer for checking customers through the Chase mobile app. Send a $5 Starbucks gift card, you’ll receive a free $5 Starbucks gift card yourself. You need to activate Chase QuickPay in the app. If it’s activated, you’ll see a Gifting option, under the drop down menu on the upper left corner.
Chase: Enroll In Paperless Statements, Get $10 Bonus (HT: Doctor of Credit)
Chase is offering some cardholders a $5 or $10 statement credit when you go paperless by 12/31/2018. The offer was sent by email. If you’re not signed up for estatements, hopefully you received it.
Rakuten, Get $30 Back in Points on $100+ Purchases with Mastercard (HT: Danny the Deal Guru)
You can get a discount of $30 in Rakuten Super Points, just for using your Mastercard credit card on a purchase of $100 or more. Points will be added to your account once the order ships. These points can be used on Rakuten purchases, even for gift cards. You can buy a $100 Xbox Gift Card for example and get $30 back in points.
PayPal, Free $5 to Spend Anywhere
PayPal sent out emails earlier this morning with a free $5 to spend anywhere as long as you used PayPal at checkout. The offer was limited to the first 30,000 to save and redeem the offer, so hopefully you got in on it. Early risers and east-coasters were the only ones to grab this one probably.