Gift Card Sale; 20% Off Xbox Live at Rakuten and 10% Off Lowe’s at Newegg
There’s two separate gift card sales from Rakuten and Newegg that can get get you discounts on XBox Live and Lowe’s gift cards.
Rakuten 20% Off Sitewide
Rakuten has a great sale today with 20% off site wide. To get the discount you just need to use promo code FLASH20 at checkout. The code even works on gift cards and they do carry XBox Live and Google Play ($1.99 fee).
Here’s the links to their gift card option. Just keep in mind that the code can be used only once per account within a single transaction with one merchant, so you can only buy 1 XBox Live gift card.
- Microsoft Xbox Live $100 (Digital Code)
- Microsoft Xbox Live $50 (Digital Code)
- Microsoft Xbox Live $25 (Digital Code)
- Google Play – $25 Gift Card
You can go through a portal such as TopCashBack for a possible 5%. Rakuten also has their own rewards, Rakuten Super Points. Members automatically get 1% back in points on every purchase, but that’s currently increased to 5% Back until 10/31/2017 11:59 PM.
You can also check for other items that might interest you, since the code applies to everything.
Newegg, 10% Off Lowe’s Gift Cards
Newegg is selling Lowe’s $100 Gift Cards (Digital Delivery) for $90. That’s a 10% discount. There’s a limit of 1 per account. This was the same deal that came out earlier this week and it;s now back in stock.
At Newegg you also get 3% through Visa SavingsEdge if you have a Visa Business Card such as Chase Ink cards. That will give you a decent discount for personal use, or a very small profit is possible depending on your reselling relationship.
Two decent deals, but limited to just 1 per account. Hurry if you’re interested, I doubt these will stay in stock for long.
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