Posted by Chuck on June 12, 2017
Gift Card Deals

Published on June 12th, 2017 | by Chuck

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[Expired] CardCash: Get An Extra 5% Off Sitewide on All Giftcards + 5x with INK

Warning: If you’re making a purchase, be sure you use the card within 45 days otherwise you have no buyer protection. You can also use the e-mail doc@cardcash.com to hopefully get better than normal customer support.

The Offer

  • Cardcash is offering 5% off sitewide with coupon code: SUMMERDAYS

The Fine Print

  • Expires: 6/14/2017 at 11:59 PM EST
  • Maximum $3,000 per customer

Our Verdict

Cardcash earns 5x with Chase Ink cards but only when you use Paypal to checkout. As far as I know no portals offer anything back on Cardcash purchases. As always, second-hand exchanges are tough to deal with, and many people have had experiences with Cardcash gift cards coming back as depleted which then requires follow-up.

Hat tip to Slickdeals



8 Responses to [Expired] CardCash: Get An Extra 5% Off Sitewide on All Giftcards + 5x with INK

  1. Trevor says:

    Looks like they removed some companies from the promo. Best buy was availabe before this went live. Not sure if that was intentional.

  2. stvr says:

    They also raise prices on brands in advance of sales

  3. shaky02dd says:

    Says the promo code is no longer available. Strange?

  4. Jeff says:

    45 days is crazy short for buyer protection. I’ll stick to Raise for all second-hand GC purchases.

  5. iahphx says:

    I’d be particularly leery of retail merchants, as opposed to things like restaurants. I bought a clothing store gift card from them last year and it was really a “merchandise credit.” Sure enough, the store identified it as the return of stolen merchandise and voided by gift card. It was slightly beyond 45 days before I realized it, but Card Cash refunded my money. Good thing they did, or I would never buy from them again. But I certainly did learn a lesson from this.

  6. dearly43 says:

    I have had awful luck with cardcash. About 90% of the cards I ordered came with zero balance. I did always get my money back, but it’s a hassle and not worth the stress.

    OTOH, I have noticed that the zero balance tends to occur on physical cards and not that much with the egift card.

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