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From now until December 20th (unless they run out sooner), Delta will give you a $25 Lyft gift card for buying a $250 gift card.

While this *seems* like an easy 10% rebate on Delta gift cards (and it mostly is), there are also ways to get discounted Delta gift cards (like Raise, where right this second I see a card for 5.76% off which could stack with a portal for another 2-3% back. You could also buy gift cards at an office supply store with a Chase Ink Cash and earn 5X Chase Ultimate Rewards points. And of course you can also buy discounted Lyft gift cards.

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All that to say that there is no one way to buy gift cards, but this promotion is an “easy” option for 10% back as Lyft credit.

Offer: While supplies last or until 12/20/21 11:59pm EST, purchase USD $250 or more in Delta Gift Cards by going to http://promo.giftcards.delta.com (the “Promotional website”) starting 12/6/21 and receive a $25 Lyft Ride Credit (also known as Lyft Pass) with your qualifying Delta Gift Card purchase. Eligible customers will earn one bonus $25 Lyft Ride Credit per purchase of Delta Gift Cards at $250 or more. The customer will automatically be opted in to the promotion if shopping on the Promotional website. Bonus Lyft Ride Credit will be emailed to eligible purchaser separately from the Delta Gift Card, to purchaser’s email address listed at time of purchase.  Lyft Ride Credit can be used multiple times, up to the value of $25, on all car rides (excluding tips), and will expire on 6/30/22 at 11:59pm EST.

Eligibility: Only customers who are U.S. residents over the age of 18 (or of legal age in their state of residence, if different) are eligible to participate in this offer. This offer is non-transferable.

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