$15 Staples Gift Card for $7.50 (New Saveology Members Only)

If you have not yet signed up to Saveology, then you can take advantage of this new deal they are offering: a $15 Staples gift card for just $7.50.  Get it for immediate redemption.  Combine it with any Staples coupon to get a sweet deal!  Great time to use with back to school shopping! This is only for NEW Saveology members only!

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  • Dee

    Hello — I subscribe to your posts, but wanted you to know of my experience with Saveology. You might get credits for referring your readers to their service, but I feel it is a dishonest company, and I wrote to tell them why. Here is my letter to them to save someone else from the experience:

    Hello —

    I took advantage of a deal of yours posted by a savings blog, specifically the $15 Staples Voucher for $7.50. I am extremely dissatisfied in your services and the way you operate your business.

    First of all, the voucher was advertised by the blatantly false statement “IMMEDIATE REDEMPTION.” I had planned a visit to Staples that very day for ink cartridges because I had a coupon for a percentage off. I was excited to take along this voucher for additional savings.

    Once I paid for the voucher, I received an e-mail telling me to “check my e-mail TOMORROW” for details on redeeming the voucher. That is not immediate redemption is an sense of the word. I could not redeem my voucher at Staples that day, nor could I even get the voucher until the next day. The next day, the email stated that now I needed to CALL to give my voucher number so that I could receive a Staples Card for $15 in the MAIL. Once again, this about as far from “immediate redemption” than you can get!

    I feel I was duped; not once, twice, but even three times. When I called to redeem the voucher for the actual card that would be mailed to me, I had to listen to TWO sales pitches for magazines (even though the representative was very nice and polite — I never blame the salesperson) before having my voucher “processed.” Then I had to give all of my personal contact information.

    Great way to do business — you lose customers immediately after they enter their credit card information and submit for the deal. Awful, awful. I would not buy another thing from your company or recommend anyone else do so!

    D. Gormly