Save At Stop&Shop/Giant With This New Visa Gift Card Deal

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Visa Gift Card Deal

New Visa Gift Card Deal at Stop&Shop/Giant

Starting tomorrow, Stop & Shop and Giant have a new Visa gift cards deal that can get you $15 off your next purchase, plus credit card rewards.

The Offer

Get $15 off your next order with a $250 Visa Gift Card purchase. Coupon printed on receipt. Expires 4/6/17.

Key Terms

  • Offer valid 3/17/17 to 3/23/17
  • $15 Coupon expires on 4/6/17
  • Coupon can not be used for gift card purchases
  • Must use your Stop&Shop/Giant card
  • Offer valid only on Visa gift card purchases

Maximizing Offer

The coupon already gives you a profit, but make sure to use the right credit card to maximize your rewards. Amex Blue Cash Preferred will give you 6% at grocery stores and  you can also get 5% with Amex Old Blue Cash.

You should buy a $500 gift card to maximize you card rewards.


This is a good deal especially for those who shop regularly at these supermarkets since the coupon is in the form of a discount towards the next purchase. make sure you save your receipt because that’s where the $15 coupon is printed. There’s no limit mentioned in fine print, so you should be able to repeat.

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  1. Starting April 1st, Chase Freedom card is offering 5x points per dollar at Grocery Stores including Stop & Shop. With an Ultimate Rewards points card, there points are worth 1.25 – 1.5 cents each (depending on the UR card you have) – which translates into 6.25% – 7.5% cash back.

    If the activation fee is $6.95 for a $250 visa gift card, then the math would work out to be:

    Minus coupon $15
    Final Cost: $241.95
    UR Points earned: 1284

    The points are worth $16.05 to $19.26
    Making this offer effectively cost $222.69 – $225.9
    Which is about a total return of 12-13% back.

    Happy shopping!

  2. Because they come with activation fees? That fee would be a higher percentage on the $250 card than on the $500 card.

  3. Why would buying a $500 card maximize your profit? Wouldn’t it make more sense to buy two $250 gift cards?


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