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I Just Got 60% off at Jamba Juice!

Jamba Juice Coupons!I'm a big Jamba Juice nut and just got my best deal ever there. Here's how you can do it, too:

1) Head to Costco and buy a $50 Jamba Juice Gift Card for $39.99, a 20% savings. These are not available at Costco.com, unfortunately. Costco is secretly a great source of many other discounted gift cards, as well.

2) Print out this buy one get one free Jamba Juice Coupon. Hurry, it is only valid through today! It will come again, though (we've seen a half-dozen others in the past 12 months), so stock up on the gift cards for when they do.

I paid about $6 after tax for two "Power" (read: large) smoothies that should have cost me $12 but I used the gift card so the $6 really only cost me $4.80. Not too shabby!

Worth noting: check your Jamba Juice gift card balance online here or by phone at 1-866-4R-FRUIT (1-866-473-7848).

About the Author: Brad Wilson

Brad is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Brad's Deals and Brad's Black Friday, as well as and author of Do More, Spend Less. He loves the game of hunting down the best deals and being able to spread the word to so many others. He is likely travel hacking his way around the world right now, trying to spend his millions of points and miles faster than he earns them!

5 Responses to “I Just Got 60% off at Jamba Juice!”

  1. KC says:

    Nice, but next time how about not waiting until the day the offer expires to let us know about it?

  2. Brad says:

    Yeah, my bad. Just discovered the combo myself! We’ll see it again.

  3. Jessica says:

    Wouldn’t you pay sales tax on the gift card? Or not?

  4. Brad says:

    No, gift cards are tax-free. You’ll pay tax at Jamba, assuming you’re not in a sales tax free state like Delaware.

  5. Ivan Cameo says:

    great post, I´ll take notes ;)

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