Gyft, Buy $50 Nike Gift Card with $10 Bonus plus 5X

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Gyft, Buy $50 Nike Gift Card with $10 Bonus plus 5X

Gyft is one of our 7 easy and effective ways to earn 5X with my Chase Ink Plus and Cash cards. Today they are running a new promotion on Nike gift cards that can get you a 16.7% discount. Let’s take a look at the offer.

The Offer

A treat from Nike:Get a $10 bonus Nike Gift Card when you buy a $50 Nike Card. Use code NIKEBOO. Ends 10/31 or while supplies last.

Key Terms

  • The offer is valid from October 18, 2017, at 12:01 AM ET to October 31, 2017, at 11:59 PM ET or while supplies last.
  • Bonus gift card will be added to your Gyft account when promotional code is successfully applied
  • Cannot combine with other promotions
  • Each household can redeem promo code up to 5 times
  • Email validation is required to complete a gift card purchase
  • Only valid for users residing in the U.S.
  • Gift cards are only redeemable in the U.S.

How To Maximize

This offer will give you a 16.7% discount. On top of that you can also get 5x Ultimate Rewards points when using a Ink Plus/Cash card through PayPal. So you get 250 UR points.

Conclusion

This is a nice discount for those who who have any planned purchases at Nike and you can even net some cheap UR points, depending on your reselling relationship. If interested, purchase these quickly, as they usually go fast and way before the deadline.

Happy shopping!

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