Stop&Shop/Giant/Martin’s: 4X Fuel Points or 15% Savings on Third Party Gift Cards
Stop & Shop and Giant and Martin’s supermarkets have a new gift cards deal starting tomorrow that can get you decent fuel savings or a discount on groceries. Let’s take a look.
- Earn 4x Gas Rewards Points with the purchase of all gift cards (excluding Visa, MasterCard, Amex and store gift cards)
- Buy $100 of Gift cards and receive $15 off your next order via print receipt (includes all gift cards excpet Visa, MasterCard, Amex and store gift cards)
- Offer valid 6/8/18 to 6/18/18
- Must use your Stop&Shop/Giant/Martin’s card
These gas rewards used to be better, but these deals could still get you cheap gas. Every 100 points are worth $0.10 off per gallon on your fill up of up to 20 gallons in some places. If you buy a $100 eBay gift card for example you will receive 400 points. That would be $0.40 off per gallon. Multiply that by how many gallons you can pump in one fill up, to calculate your profits. With 20 gallons that’s $8 off or an 8% discount.
If you buy more than one gift card, you’ll obviously get more points but you can only redeem up to 1500 points per transaction in some areas, which is $1.50 off per gallon. Gas Rewards points are valid for 30 days from the day they are earned. Points can be reedemed at Stop & Shop gas stations and at participating Shell locations.
This is a good deal for people who drive a lot since it get’s you cheap gas if your store carries some of the more valuable gift cards. It’s even better if your store has the $15 savings offer which gets you 15% off basically if you do your grocery shopping at these supermarkets.
Don’t forget to use a card tha tearns you the most points at supermarkets. This quarter you can also use your Freedom or Discover cards to earn 5X.
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