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The Visa Gift card is an ideal choice for birthdays, holidays, weddings, and suits all your gift-giving needs. It's also perfect for people of all ages. You decide how much money to give; they decide where to spend it.




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The Visa Gift card is a prepaid card welcome everywhere Visa cards are accepted. Visa Gift cards are loaded with a set amount of funds and can be used for multiple purchases for as long as value remains on the card. Giving a Visa Gift card puts the power of choice in the hands of your friends and family.


The activation process is determined by the provider of your card, so you will need to follow the instructions provided with your card. Many Visa Gift cards are activated automatically upon purchase and may be used immediately. However, some Visa Gift cards must be activated by the recipient before they can be used.


Yes. You can use your Visa Gift card anywhere Visa cards are accepted. Just always ensure that the remaining balance on your card will cover the amount of your planned purchases. If the remaining balance doesn't cover the entire transaction, let the merchant know how much funds you have remaining. The merchant may split the transaction and allow you to pay for part of the purchase using your Gift card, and then the remaining part of the purchase with another form of payment such as credit, debit or cash.


You should not use your Visa Gift card for recurring bill payments, such as your monthly telephone or cable bill. For recurring bill payment transactions please use your Visa Credit, Visa Debit or Visa Reloadable Prepaid cards instead. By doing so, you reduce the risk of using a Visa Gift card that has expired or has insufficient funds available.


Yes. Your Visa Gift card is intended for use anywhere Visa cards are accepted. To make an online or phone purchase, you will need to register your card. You can do this by either calling the provider, or by visiting their website.


Visa and Mastercard gift cards can be extremely useful tools to maximize rewards on credit card spend. These cards are sold both in fixed denominations and in variable-load forms where you can put anywhere between $20-$500 on the card. They are accepted almost everywhere that you can use credit or debit. Outside of periodic sales, there is almost always an activation fee on these cards, usually from $3.95-$7.95.


Regardless of how you use them, the first step is to find Visa or Mastercard gift cards that can be bought with a credit card, with low activation fees, and without risk of incurring cash-advance fees. This post solely focuses on options available within the United States. And even within the US, options will vary immensely by region, by county and by store.


The limit on gift card purchases is 2K. Staples will only let you do 9 $200 gift cards at once when because the purchase fee is included in the 2K limit, thus 10 cards will code as being MORE than 2k (2,079.5, for example) However, a way around this is to buy the the 10th card separate from the first 9. The total gift card purchased are exactly equal to 2k. Did this with the Staples MC sale and had no problem using this technique to get 10 2oo k cards.


Forgive me for my ignorance but I thought that Visa/MC gift cards arent eligible to earn points and are coded as cash advances. Since US merchants provide L3 data. Is this the case or am I wrong? Would definitely wanna take advantage if its not enforced.


Hello. I have had no issues in the past loading my Serve prepaid card using Visa Gift cards. Today I noticed Dollar General updated their terminals, so that the cashier has no keyboard anymore, and the swiping of my serve card takes place at the terminal in front of me at the counter. When trying to load my Serve card, we couldnt get it load using any debit card. I tried a visa gift card, as well as my wells fargo bank debit card, and neither one was not allowed. unfortunately I dont have the exact error message. I will get that next time.


Is anyone aware of any issue loading Serve cards with a debit card using the new terminals? Or did my casher not understand how to use the terminal? I wouldnt think that functionality would be removed all together. I didnt try to load it with cash, I just went to a store with older terminals and it loaded without issues.anybody else have that issue?


Prepaid my state taxes with the Staples $200 card. PIA to do these one at a time, but good way to flush cards. They would only accept about 6 cards per day, so it takes a few days. No fee either. Next is to try on my local taxes. I know they charge a fee on debit cards.


i keep having my order cancelled by giftcards and giftcardmall. Has anyone else encountered this and were able to resolve it? I called their help desk which was an effort in futility. They just said keep trying a different card or email and make sure your billing address matches. 6 failed attempts. Any suggestions?


Buy VISA/MC cards to pay bills? Silly to pay the gift card fees. Just use your new credit cards to prepay monthly bills for signup bonuses and get it back from no monthly payments for some time. Note: No place in Dallas, TX area will sell money orders using PIN-enabled gift cards. Sad.


1) Unfortunately, office supply stores are not a bonus category for the Ink Business Preferred. The 3x categories on that card are travel, shipping, internet, cable, phone, and advertising with social media sites. Staples purchases would only be 1x whether in-store or online.Chase Ink Plus and Ink Cash cards offer 5x on office supply stores (Ink Plus capped at $50K spend per year; Ink Cash capped at 25K spend per year). I have updated this guide to clarify that it is the Ink Plus or Ink Cash cards that earn 5x at Staples.


Did you try the trick of quickly cancelling the transaction and changing payment type to debit? This is a known thing that you need to do with Mastercards at Walmart. See the mastercard trick, here: -gift-card-pins-and-example-uses/


Post has been (belatedly) updated as follows:1) Removed warning about possibly getting PIN-less Visa cards from GiftCardMall. That practice seems to have stopped. Still have warning about GCM cancelling many/most orders.2) Removed note about gift cards no longer being available in many grocery stores. Many stores have started carrying the cards again. Also Whole Foods now sells them nationwide.


I just bought loaded VISA gift cards with new Citi Hilton credit card and, when activating them, set my desired PIN. Bought money orders at Walmart money center (NOT at a cashier) and deposited MOs into my checking account. Why mess with Bluebird? I paid 67c cash for each $1,000 MO. 75,000 bonus Hilton HHonors points + points for buying the gift cards.


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Aside from random gift card purchases for birthdays or teacher gifts, some people also go out of their way to buy gift cards with a credit card, usually to earn rewards or save money on a specific purchase.


Buying gift cards in person is a breeze regardless of how you decide to pay. When you buy a gift card with a credit card in person, you simply bring the gift card to the register and choose credit as your form of payment.


Just make sure you pick the right type of rewards credit card for your gift card purchases. Some rewards credit cards only let you earn cash back, while others offer flexible rewards or points you can use in a specific airline or hotel program.


As a side note, buying gift cards from small businesses can also be a helpful move if you are looking for a way to help small businesses recover from the economic impact of COVID-19. By buying gift cards now, you can send businesses some much-needed cash and wait to redeem your gift card for goods or services at a later date.


Generally speaking, gift cards code as a cash advance when you buy them directly from a financial institution or when you buy a prepaid card instead of a gift card. However, you can get around this by buying gift cards within your normal shopping, such as in your weekly grocery haul at the supermarket.


You can also get around dealing with surprise cash advance fees by asking retailers if their gift cards code as a cash advance or purchase before you buy, or you can call your card issuer and ask them to turn off cash advances on your card altogether. 041b061a72


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