Stock Up on Savings at Giant Eagle
With the holidays only a few weeks away, finding great deals takes additional legwork and often help from others. Consider this your help from others! For a limited time you can not just double dip but triple dip on savings when you shop at Giant Eagle stores.
Most of my crew are old enough to prepare a wish list which is a huge help for me when shopping. Even with a list, I want to make the most of my money and this promotion is going to go a long way on making that happen.
Here are the details on this offer that runs through November 25, 2015:
For every $100 you spend on select gift cards at Giant Eagle you earn a $10 coupon off your next purchase. Of course you still earn your 10 cent fuelperks for every $50 spent on gift cards purchases.
Okay, so you go in the store with your list of names that you are buying for… the offer includes the following participating gift card partners: Visa Gift, Sears, Best Buy, Google, Fandango, and JCPenney! Yeah, I know.. there are some awesome names on this list…ones that I could really enjoy shopping at after the holidays.
The best part of this deal is if you use your favorite rewards credit card to purchase the gift cards, you can earn points, miles or a percentage back on your purchase. Some credit cards even offer increased rewards for purchases made at grocery. For example, the Blue Cash Everyday® Card from American Express offers 3% cash back on groceries, and the Blue Cash Preferred® Card offers a whopping 6% cash back!
This limited offer is a great way to stock up on gift cards now (and spend later after the holidays when the sales are awesome), nabbing gifts for the teachers, neighbors, and especially for your out of town family. Have you priced shipping lately? Sending a gift card is almost a no brainer for those that live out of town.
To locate your closest Giant Eagle store, simply use the Store Locator Link.
Legal fine print aka Additional Program Information/Disclaimers:
- Coupons presented at checkout
- See store for more details
- Some credit cards may have limits on the rewards you can earn at grocery.
Disclosure of Material Connection: This is a sponsored post. The company who sponsored it compensated me with some form of payment or service. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
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