Staples.com is selling $200 Visa gift cards online. That’s good news if you’re not near a Staples that carries $200 Visa gift cards.

Screen Shot 2014-04-28 at 1.42.16 PMBy purchasing the $200 Visa gift cards, you can earn Ultimate Rewards for only 0.47 cents each. Ultimate Rewards transfer 1:1 to United, British Airways, Hyatt, Southwest, Virgin Atlantic, and many more partners or they can be used for 1.25 cents toward most flights.

  • How do you earn Ultimate Rewards for 0.47 cents each?
  • How can you save $2 off the price of the gift cards?
  • What can you do with your gift cards?

Staples.com is selling $200 Visa gift cards for $206.95 on this page. Shipping is free on gift card orders, and no tax is collected, so $206.95 is the all in price.

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You can even get $2.07 (1%) off the price by using a Visa business card that you have first registered at visasavingsedge.com to purchase the gift cards.

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That means the all in price is only $204.88.

Each $200 Visa gift card from staples.com earns 1,035 Ultimate Rewards if purchased with an Ink Bold, Ink Plus, or Ink Cash.

If you get a full $200 worth of value from your gift card, you are out only $4.88 and have earned 1,035 Ultimate Rewards at a cost of 0.47 cents each, which is a phenomenal deal.

To get the full $200 worth of value from your gift card, you can use it for day-to-day purchases, buy a money order with it, load it to a Bluebird, or use it to send money on Amazon Payments. When using the gift card, the PIN is automatically set to be the last four digits of the card number.



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