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Here's How You Can Save 15% on Gift Cards

April 13, 2019
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Here's How You Can Save 15% on Gift Cards
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For a limited time you can get 15% off gift cards, at BJ's Wholesale Club. Normally sold for $95 each, this is your chance to get a $100 card for $85. While BJ's might not be as well known as or have the name recognition of Costco or Sam's Club, they do have really good deals on gift cards from time to time.

BJ's does require a membership, but the good news here is that even if you don't have one in your area, you can buy an online-only membership for $10 per year. If you have travel plans coming up, this one deal alone could make that $10 investment worth it. Click here to head over to BJ's for the offer.

There are a few important notes about using gift cards to book on Mainly, that you can only use one gift card per booking. However, if you have a number of gift cards, you can transfer the balances to a single card that you can use for booking. To combine gift card balances, head over to the gift card site and click the Balance Transfers tab.

When you are ready to book with your gift card head here to start your booking.

Note that if you plan to pay for your stay with a gift card, you will not be able to use the "Pay at Hotel" option when booking, and any remaining balance for your stay will be due when you book your reservation.

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