Discounted Gift Cards for Back-to-School Shopping

discounted gift cards for back to school shopping
Today is the day to order discounted gift cards for back-to-school shopping.

Yes…discounted gift cards do exist! You've probably seen a few discounted gift cards at Costco and Sam's, but you'll see hundreds of discounted gift cards for back-to-school shopping at Buy Discounted Gift Cards For Up To 30% Off at! Even better, shipping is always FREE, but the gift cards do take about a week to arrive, so order today and shop next week!

Discounted Gift Cards for Back-to-School Shopping

Aeropostale 25% off (now why would you pay full price?)
American Eagle 17% off
Bealls 20% off
Childrens Place 15% off
Dick's Sporting Goods 15.5% off
GAP 8% off
H&M 19.5% off
Kohl's 5% off
Limited Too 14% off
Macy's 13% off
Marshalls 17% off
Rack Room Shoes 15% off
Ross 11.5% off
Shoe Carnival 15% off
TJ Maxx 15% off
Under Armour 12% off

Combine your discounted gift card with a great sale, and you'll save some serious money! By the way, nobody will know that you didn't pay full price for your gift card…it's our secret!

Get in the habit of checking often because inventory changes daily.


In full disclosure, this post contains affiliate links to help support The Budget Diet girl! My advice will always be unbiased and free, but free won’t pay the bills! Thanks!

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Pamela R
11 years ago

I had herd there was a company that did this but I didn’t know the name -THANKS for the info!

11 years ago

Oooh…. thanks for the tip! I haven’t heard of Plastic Jungle sounds great!

11 years ago

How do you know that the cards aren’t already used by the people selling them? If there are security proceudres in place I would love this idea.

Coretta Owen
11 years ago

I’ve never heard of this, thanks! Can’t wait to check it out 🙂

11 years ago

I have heard of Plastic Jungle before. I have a friend who sells them her gift cards and she just loves their service. I think it’s a great way to get rid of unwanted cards without losing spending potential. I can’t count the number of times I have received a gift card only to let it waste away in my purse. With this type of service, someone can use the card who really wants it, and you get the cash back (with a deduction applied, of course) to buy what you want. It seems pretty win-win if you’re probably not going to use the card anyway.

Cindy Hallman-Morris
11 years ago

LOVE this link to the Plastic Jungle. I had heard of this idea but never pursued it. Thanks!

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