Posted by William Charles on January 31, 2018
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Published on January 31st, 2018 | by William Charles

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Visa SavingsEdge Now Has Activate Offers (Similar To AmEx Offers) – Includes 10% At Office Depot

Visa SavingsEdge is a rewards program for Visa business cards. Rewards are earned in addition to what you’d normally earn. The partners they offer have traditionally been a fixed cash back % that are available year round. They have just sent out an e-mail to members informing them of a new feature called ‘activate offers’, these are limited-time offers that you must activate in order to be eligible for savings. To view these simply click here. They have launched with the two following offers:

  • 10% back at Office Depot
    • Offer valid from 1/30/18–4/29/18
    • Offer valid for in-store and online purchases only.
    • Offer valid for U.S. and Puerto Rico issued cards at U.S. merchant locations only.
    • Offer must be activated by Visa SavingsEdge enrolled cardholder.
    • Discount provided as a statement credit on a future account statement.
    • Offer applicable only to qualifying purchases made with a valid, enrolled Visa Business Card.
    • Offer may be subject to additional terms & conditions. Please see Visa SavingsEdge® Terms & Conditions for more information.
    • Maximum reward earn of $5 per enrolled card.
    • Void where prohibited, taxed, or restricted by law.
  • 4% back at Vista Print
    • Offer valid from 1/30/18–4/29/18
    • Offer valid for online and phone purchases only.
    • Offer valid for U.S. and Puerto Rico issued cards at U.S. merchant locations only.
    • Offer must be activated by Visa SavingsEdge enrolled cardholder.
    • Discount provided as a statement credit on a future account statement.
    • Offer applicable only to qualifying purchases made with a valid, enrolled Visa Business Card.
    • Offer may be subject to additional terms & conditions. Please see Visa SavingsEdge® Terms & Conditions for more information.
    • Maximum reward earn of $100 per enrolled card.
    • Void where prohibited, taxed, or restricted by law.

It’s a shame that Office Depot is restricted to $5 back. I’m somewhat surprised they are managing this themselves as it seems they have offered the personal version as a back end system (e.g I think it runs both the Chase offers and Uber offers).

Hat tip to readers German E & Jienan Z



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“Maximum reward earn of $5 per enrolled card”.

yea. they already know whats up…

Such generosity!

The Savingsedge program has been mostly useless unless you stay at a lot of those low-tier hotel chains that give discounts, but then you can probably do better with hotels.com or similar cashback sites.

The best deal I’ve found is B&H photo. They have better prices and faster shipping than Amazon on a lot of computers/audio/camera products and no other way to get cashback through portals.

“Discount provided as a statement credit on a future account statement.”
So if your statement when you did the eligible spend closed 1/31, you would get the credit applied on your next statement or a future statement with a greater than $0 balance? Do you get the credit applied even if you put back the card in the sock drawer, if the card is a sock drawer card (Marriott Business) or do you need to make a purchase for the statement where the credit will be applied?

are GC’s restricted with this program?.

is Ink AU card eligible for another 10%

I got it on Ink AU card, admittedly I haven’t used the offer on the primary card yet. I anticipate it will work since they have different card numbers.

I just tried to enroll a Wells Fargo Business Platinum card, but it was not accepted. I called VSE customer support and they informed me that Wells may not participate in the program. Any other data points on this?

My WF wouldn’t enroll. Chase did. Costco did.

The TOS specifically outlaws the good stuff. Any DPs on successful $5.00 statement credits?

Purchased $15 3rd party gc on 2/1, statement “adjustment” showed on my CIP with a posting date of 2/19. I’d given up!

ETA: this was a CIP AU card. Haven’t tried the offer on the primary CIP yet.

got $5 on vgc, and on ink plus au card

Tried purchasing on 2 other cards registered with the site, will report back if statement credit posts on these as well. Expect it to, but will be more patient this time!

Transaction dates of 2/27, both cards $5 credited on 3/1.

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