Every Visa Rewards Credit Card You Have Lets You Stack Free Car Service Credit

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A week and a half ago I wrote “9 Lesser Known Benefits of the Chase Sapphire Reserve Card”. In it I pointed out that as a Visa Infinite the card gives you a $30 one-time credit and ongoing 15% off with car service provider Groundlink.

GroundLink even promoted my find.

Since then it’s been all over the blogs, along with the $20 one-time credit and 10% off with Visa Signature.

This has gotten really popular because it isn’t just a ‘one credit per person’ situation. You can take each of your Visa Signature and Visa Infinite cards and get a code from each, saving all of the codes in a single GroundLink account. So a Chase Sapphire Reserve and get a $30 credit, have a Chase Sapphire Preferred Card and get a $20 credit. Each of your Visa cards that’s an Infinite or Signature gives you GroundLink credit!

  • Enter your card number (even the cards of friends and family)

  • Choose “Already have an Account? Sign in here” and log into an existing GroundLink account.

Each of the credits will save in your account and you can stack credits and ongoing discounts together for rides.

By the way if you haven’t registered for GroundLink before then register and you get a $25 ride credit for that, too. (This is my referral link and I get $25 also if you use it, but you’re welcome to leave your own referral links or codes in the comments.)

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Comments

  1. groundlink not only took back the credits but they also deleted my entire account (which I created for this deal).

  2. They waited until today to renege on the deal and delete my account for a ride that I booked January 31 and was supposed to take on March 24, just three days from now in Lima Peru.
    I have cancelled and will make sure that Groundlink is on the blacklist for everyone I know.

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