For a limited time at Food Lion, purchase $75 in gift cards from any combination of the following stores: Xbox, Lowe’s, MasterCard, Cabela’s, iTunes and other select brands, and get $15 off on your next shopping order OR Purchase $100 in select brands and get $20 off on next shopping order at Food Lion. This promo is just in time for shopping to get ready for the holidays and also for sending those kids back to school after Winter break and who does not love receiving a gift card as a gift?
While gift cards are great gifts they are also great to use all year long for yourself. Stock up on gift cards during this promo for purchases you make everyday. We just purchased a new home so Lowe’s is our favorite hangout so buying a Lowe’s gift card to use like cash is a no brainer. We are all so busy during this time of year so we are going to have to grab a quick meal to eat every now and then while we are out so add a Burger King gift card to your next shopping trip and get paid for buying something you would be buying anyways. Gift cards make great side items for birthday gifts, buy a new Xbox game and give an Xbox gift card along with it.
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! Capital One QuicksilverOne®, AMEX EveryDay®, BankAmericard Cash Rewards and Citi® Hilton HHonors credit cards also offer increased rewards for grocery purchases. (This is a huge benefit of purchasing gift cards at grocery stores rather than drug stores!). Here is the savings in black and white, $15 off coupon + $4.50 back if you earn 6% cash back on credit card grocery purchases = $19.50 in savings on a $75 gift card! This offer only runs from 12/7-12/20 so find your nearest Food Lion here so don’t miss out. While you are here be sure to enter below to win a $75 Amazon Gift Card!
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