Do dreams of First Class flights and overwater villas have you looking for new ways to earn lots of miles, points, and cash back? You’re in luck because there’s a new prepaid card. And you can earn 5X Chase Ultimate Rewards or 5% Cash Back. Keep reading for my review: Dining Everywhere Prepaid Visa card.
Dining Everywhere Prepaid Visa Card
The Dining Everywhere card is a pin-enabled variable load prepaid Visa card that’s meant to be used to buy food and drink at restaurants and bars in the US. But you can use this card at other places…
Note: Some restaurants might charge an automatic 20% for tips when you use the Dining Everywhere Prepaid Visa card to pay your bill.
You can load $20 to $200 to the Dining Everywhere card. It is not reloadable. So the amount you load to the card is what you can spend.
The PIN is the last 4 digits of the card. You can change the PIN online or by calling 877-341-5484.
The Dining Everywhere Prepaid Visa card is issued by MetaBank and part of the Blackhawk Network.
You can register your card, check your card balance or change your PIN online.
This is Dining Everywhere Prepaid Visa card is a new way to earn a lot of miles and points or meet minimum spending.
Where to Find the Dining Everywhere Prepaid Visa Card
You can get the Dining Everywhere Prepaid Visa card at Office Depot. At this time it’s not available in Staples, Rite-Aid, or CVS.
And you can pay with your credit card. The prompt “Only cash purchases allowed” will display on the cashier’s screen. An override is NOT required.
If you buy $1,000 or more at a time, your driver’s license, date of birth, and addresses required.
I’m not sure what’s the maximum you can buy in one day. As I didn’t want to risk having too many prepaid Visa cards that couldn’t be liquidated.
Use your Chase Ink Plus (You get 60,000 points, I get 5,000 points) card or Amex SimplyCash and to get 5X Chase Ultimate Rewards points or 5% cash back on your purchase.
Important things to keep in mind:
- Don’t get stuck with cards you can’t lose
- Don’t buy gift cards if you can’t float the money
- Slow and steady wins the race
Fee to Purchase
There’s a $4.95 fee to purchase the Dining Everywhere card.
If you buy a $200 Dining Everywhere prepaid card with your Chase Ink Plus you’ll earn 1,025 Chase Ultimate Reward points. Your cost is $0.0048 per point.
Not a bad cost per point but you should consider: How far Office Depot is from you? How easily can you use the Dining Everywhere card?
This could be worth it for people who don’t have a Staples, Simon Mall or Macerich Mall in their area.
Where You Can Use the Dining Everywhere Card
You can use the Dining Everywhere card at restaurants and bars.
Note: restaurants and bars that use a card reader like Square sometimes don’t code as a restaurant purchase. So your card might get declined.
But you can also use the Dining Everywhere card to purchase money orders.
I was able to purchase money orders at Walmart, grocery stores, the post office, and other places that sell money orders and accept debit cards.
And I didn’t have to enter my PIN at Walmart.
I was not able to get cash back.
But YMMV (Your Miles May Vary).
Can You Load Bluebird or Serve With the Dining Everywhere Card?
I was not able to load my Bluebird or Serve at Walmart. Unlike the first Walmart, this Walmart required a pin.
If there are any Dining Everywhere cards left at Office Depot, I might buy more and try a different Walmart.
The Dining Everywhere Prepaid Visa card is a new way to earn lots of miles and points.
You can buy the Dining Everywhere card at Office Depot. There’s a $4.95 fee for each card.
Cards can be loaded up to $200 and are pin-enabled. PINs are changeable online or calling.
You can’t load Bluebird or Serve with the Dining Everywhere Prepaid Visa card but you can buy money orders.
Thanks to Chris Stafford for the heads-up.
What have been your experiences with using the Dining Everywhere Prepaid Visa Cards?
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