Posted by Chuck on November 15, 2014
Free money

Published on November 15th, 2014 | by Chuck


Free $10 Visa Gift Card for Bank of America Credit/Debit Cardholders

The Offer

Direct Link

Create a Visa Checkout account, and add a Bank of America credit or debit card, and receive a $10 Visa Prepaid card.

Here’s how to complete this offer:

  • Go to this promo page and click “Enroll Now”.
  • Create a new Visa Checkout account.
  • Add a Bank of America credit or debit card to the account. No purchase necessary.
  • Wait up to 60 days to get the $10 Visa Prepaid card from Bank of America.

Folks report getting the prepaid card in 3 weeks.

The Fine Print

  • [Update: The T&C seems to indicate that only “Visa”-branded BoA cards are eligible.]
  • Must click-through the BoA promo page when creating the Visa Checkout account.
  • Must be a new Visa Checkout account. If you already have one, opening a new Visa Checkout account with a new email address should work.
  • Must add the Bank of America debit/credit card during the initial account setup.
  • Limit one reward per customer.
  • The Visa prepaid card will come to the BoA credit/debit card billing address.
  • Offer ends 12/4/2014. Offer extended to January 8th, 2015. Extended until February 27th

Our Verdict

Definitely worth a couple minutes of time. I don’t have any BoA cards, so I won’t be taking advantage of this, but if you have a BoA debit/credit card it sounds like an easy way to get $10.

HT: MilesQuest

5 Responses to Free $10 Visa Gift Card for Bank of America Credit/Debit Cardholders

  1. Grant says:

    Great find, that only took about 1 minute to earn a $10 gift card 🙂

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  3. Jesse says:

    Does this have to be a BofA Visa card or any ol’ BofA card? I know Checkout works with all the majors, but is this promo just for Visa cards…?

    • Chuck S says:

      I had thought that it was any card, but I just looked again in T&C and it seems clear that it needs to be a Visa, not Mastercard. Thanks for pointing out. Will update.

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