We’re going to round up some deals from around the web.
Amex Offers: Best Buy, Starbucks, Petco
Best Buy: Spend $250 and get
$250 $25 statement credit. You can get this offer via your Amex login or via Twitter by tweeting #amexbestbuy with a connected Twitter account.
We wrote about a similar offer earlier this year, you can see all the details here.
Two additional notes:
- Just recently, Best Buy started carrying third party gift cards for gas stations and restaurants, besides the Visa, Best Buy, Amazon, and iTunes gift cards that they always had. See the details here.
- All gift card purchases at Best Buy, including Visa and Best Buy gift cards, earn 2% back via Best Buy Rewards. Make sure to have the cashier scan your card at the time of purchase.
Starbucks: Spend $10 online and get a $5 statement credit. Reports indicate that reloading a Starbucks card (but not buying a Starbucks gift card) triggers the credit. You can get the offer via Twitter by tweeting #amexstarbucks. And possibly in your Amex login.
This could be a small moneymaker (probably not worth the time), since you can buy Starbucks load at half price, and then sell it for around 70% of its value.
Petco: Spend $10 online and get a $5 statement credit. Again, this could be a small moneymaker (though probably not worth the hassle) by buying $10 Petco gift cards and selling them. Only the physical gift cards will trigger the credit, not the e-gift cards.
See also $50 Off $200 at Marritott.
Purchase $300 of Staples e-gift cards from 11/9 – 11/15 and receive a $50 promotional e-gc. See all the details by MilesToMemories here.
Here’s an interesting offer to rack up drugstore-category spend: No activation fee for Amex gift cards. Also, $25 Extra Care Bucks with the purchase of a $100 Gap, Banana Republic or Old Navy gift card. 11/23 – 11/26
See the details of these two offers on MilesToMemories here.
Great 6-hour Black Friday deal: Via Slickdeals, there’ll be a 6-hour period on 11/28 which you can buy Target gift cards at a 10% discount. Max $300 of gift cards. The great news is that you can even do it online. See the details here.
See Targets Black Friday ad here.