Multiply Your Savings by Paying with Plastic Jungle Discount Gift Cards
Years ago, it used to seem as frequently as I was asked to choose a bag type, “Paper or plastic?” at the grocery store, I also heard, “Cash, check, or charge?” Today is a whole different story as many more payment options exist. Many stores now also accept manufacturer coupons, store coupons, and gift cards.
In the traditional sense, gift cards are used to pay for an item after someone gives you a gift card as a gift for a birthday or special occasion.
With Plastic Jungle, gift cards unlock an whole new level of savings – in addition to store sales, coupons, and credit and debit card rewards.
To increase your savings, all you do is stack discounts by…
Paying with Discount Gift Cards
Stop paying for purchases with credit cards, debit cards, check, or cash and start using discount gift cards from Plastic Jungle as tender and you’ll save up to 35% on your purchase aside from any store sales or other discounts. Can you think of a future purchase you’d like to get for less? Create a Plastic Jungle account (by clicking “Sign In” in the top right corner at PlasticJungle.com) and then set up Alerts for the stores you like most and Plastic Jungle will email you when discount gift cards for those stores are in stock.
Credit & Debit Card Rewards
Buy discount gift cards from Plastic Jungle with your credit or debit card and earn rewards while saving money. I know that sounds backwards, but it’s true. (Check your card agreement for details, or explore the potential you could be earning by asking friends and family which card they recommend.)
Manufacturer & Store Coupons
Coupons are helpful ways to save money, but coupons are even more helpful to your finances when you combine them with discount gift cards. Here’s a simple “Recipe for Saving.” For instance, if you have a coupon for a purchase you plan to make at Target, buy a discount Target gift card from Plastic Jungle so you can save an additional 3% on the SAME PURCHASE.
Adding to the “Recipe for Saving” described above, think of store sales as chocolate chips – cookies are good without them, but they’re even sweeter with them. When you combine discount gift cards with coupons AND store sales your savings grow.
If you’re an extreme couponer or just a fan of the reality t.v. show, you may know that part of the secret to getting the best price on an item is all in the strategy.