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ShopRite Promo; Buy $50 in Select Gift Cards, Get $10 Off Next Purchase
ShopRite has a promotion that can save you money on your next purchase when you buy at least $50 worth in select gift cards. Let’s take a look at the offer and the gift cards selection.
Get $10 off your next shopping order at ShopRite, when you purchase $50 or more in select gift cards. The gift cards shown in the ad are:
- Valid 6/4-6/10/17.
- Limit 1 per customer.
- Coupon prints at register and must be presented to redeem $10 with your Price Plus club card within one transaction on your next shopping order at your local ShopRite store from 6/11-6/17/17.
- Minimum purchase of $10 required (excludes prescription medications, gift cards, gift certi cates, postage stamp sales, milk, cigarettes, tobacco products and alcoholic beverages or any other items prohibited by law).
This offer doesn’t give you an instant discount, so works best for those who have a location nearby and regularly shop at ShopRite. The $10 discount applies towards a future purchase, the following week, so you will need to make two trips.
Don’t forget to use a credit card that gives you the most points at groceries stores such as Blue Cash Preferred, Old Blue Cash or Chase Freedom that has grocery stores as a bonus category this quarter.
This is a nice discount and it is available on some third party gift cards that we don’t usually see discounted much. Your credit cards could give you another 5x or 6x on the full price of the gift cards, so that definitely makes the deal better.
HT: Doctor of Credit
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