Discounted Gift Card Round-Up at Amazon and More

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If you are still shopping for holiday presents and think that a gift card is the right answer, then you can grab a discounted one via a few different sites online. This isn’t an exhaustive list of all discounted gift cards, but it should give you an idea of some things that are out there right now.


Discounted Gift Card Deals at

  • $50 Gift Card for $40.00
  • $50 Cabela’s Gift Card for $40.00
  • Spend $50, Get $10 Off on TGI Friday’s Email Gift Cards (Code TGI10)
  • Spend $50, Get $10 Off on Brinker Email Gift Cards (Code BRINKER10)
  • Spend $50, Get $10 Off on Children’s Place Email Gift Cards (Code CP10)
  • Spend $50, Get $10 Off on Spafinder Email Gift Cards (Code SPA10)
  • Coming up later today are discounted gift cards from Fandango and Build A Bear.

Discounted Gift Cards at

  • $85 for a $100 Darden e-Gift Card (Olive Garden, Longhorn Steak House, Red Lobster, etc.)
  • $41.99 for $50 Jiffy Lube Gift Card

If you go for these or other gift cards from, remember you cam make the deal sweeter by using the Amex Offer for a $20 statement credit on a $100 Staples purchase (if you added it to your Amex card) or earn 5x points for the purchase at a office supply store using a Chase Ink Plus card or similar.

Discounted Gift Cards at

  • $175 for a $200 Southwest Airlines E-Gift Card
  • $90 for a $100 Saks OFF 5th E-Gift Card
  • $85 for a $100 iTunes Code
    $50 for a $60 JcPenney E-Gift Card

I also recently saved $10 on a $50 purchase of retailer gift cards at Lowe’s like Hyatt, Jason’s Deli, Panera, Delta and more via an Amex Offer, so remember to think beyond just online stores when looking for discounted gift cards.

Gift cards at Lowe's

Gift cards at Lowe’s

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  1. I don’t know if there’s a “general” answer about this, but I’m wondering if/how it works with a or when booking nights in Europe. Do you know anyone who’s done this?

    I’m heading to Ireland next summer!

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