Discounted Gift Cards on eBay; Save at GameStop, Bass Pro Shops and JCPenney

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Discounted Gift Cards on eBay

Discounted Gift Cards on eBay

There’s a couple of new discounted gift cards that came out on eBay this morning from PayPal Digital Gifts.

New Gift Cards Available

These are the discounted gift cards that you can purchase on eBay. Some of these were added today and some others have been up since last week.

  • $50 JCPenney Gift Card for only $40 – Fast Email Delivery
  • Buy a $100 Bass Gift Card & get a bonus $15 eBay Code – Via Email
  • Buy a $50 Game Stop Gift Card and get a Bonus $10 Domino’s Pizza code – Email
You can find all of the discounted gift cards here.

How to Maximize

Previously these gift card would be more profitable, when sold by PPDG. You could earn 5X Ultimate Rewards on top of the discount. But that changed last month.

Now that Chase Ink Plus/Cash credit cards are no longer an option, you should probably just use any card that you’re working on a minimum spend requirement, or cards such as AT&T Access More or Amex Blue Business. It’s also possible to still earn 5X if you have an old Ink Bold MC. You can read more about these options on mark’s post, How to Approach Gift Card Purchases in This Sad New World.

Conclusion

With the recent changes for PPDG purchases where you no longer earn 5X UR points, these deals are not as good as they used to be just a few days ago. But you could still get nice discounts for personal use and some credit card rewards. The GameStop and JCPenney offers could even get you a small profit, depending on your reselling relationship.

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