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Hy-Vee Gift Card Deal
It’s seemingly raining gift card deals lately and I only expect it to heat up a bit more as we get into the holiday season.
As a reminder:
- Staples has a Visa gift card rebate this week
- Bed Bath and Beyond has a Visa gift card rebate this week
If those weren’t enough, regional grocery chain Hy-Vee (mostly in the Midwest) has a decent promotion on gift cards. Let’s take a look.
Receive a free Hy-Vee $10 gift card with the purchase of $100 or more in Visa or MasterCard gift cards
- Variable load cards not included.
- Maximum load value of $1,999.99 per customer, per day.
- Offer good 10/26/16 – 11/1/16.
You can find the full terms of the offer on page 12 of their Digital Exclusive ad.
If you shop at Hy-Vee anyway and especially if you have a card that earns bonus rewards in the grocery category this might be a deal to look at. It is a shame that variable load cards are excluded (and don’t ask me what the “maximum load value” language means), but even if you purchase a $100 card for $5.95 it could make sense to get some spend, earn some rewards and pocket a few bucks.
Need Help Liquidating?
For more information and ideas for liquidating these cards, visit: How To Liquidate Prepaid Visa & Mastercard Gift Cards
‘Tis the season of great gift card deals and hopefully more will come soon. This isn’t the greatest deal ever, but if you are local to Hy-Vee and can liquidate these cards, this could be a nice deal, especially considering it seems to be instant as opposed to a mail in type deal. Happy shopping!
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