Posted by William Charles on November 26, 2018
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Published on November 26th, 2018 | by William Charles

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[Expired] CardCash: 6% Off Sitewide With Promo Code CM2018

Deal has expired, view more CardCash deals by clicking here.

Warning: If you’re making a purchase, be sure you use the card within 45 days otherwise you have no buyer protection.

The Offer

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  • CardCash is offering 6% off sitewide when you use promo code CM2018

The Fine Print

  • Offer ends 11/26/18
  • Maximum of $3000 per customer
  • Brand new cards are excluded

Our Verdict

You get 6% ontop of the already discount cards, so that’s good. Problem is CardCash seems to have a habit of raising prices before these sales. This is 1% higher than the Black Friday deal.

 



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John
John

Has anybody bought Starbucks GCs from this site? it says that “Starbucks cards sold on our site cannot be transferred onto personal Starbucks cards, accounts or the Starbucks App.”
It’s an ecode, so how exactly are you supposed to use it? I’m going to give it to a friend.

R
R

u go to store with printout

RM
RM

What this means is that CardCash registers all Starbucks codes to their own Starbucks account, so that they, and not you (or your friend) get the various Starbucks rewards. Some people care about this; others don’t. But, as “R” said, you can just give the cashier the code and PIN and they will type it in.

John
John

Wow lmao I never would’ve guessed. That’s smart, free coffee every day for all the execs over at Cardcash…
My friend seems to be really into the rewards program and paying with his phone etc so I’ll buy the GC over at Lowe’s with 10% off w/ Chase Offers, works out to be about the same price as this deal. Thanks to both of you

RM
RM

CardCash is not a good site for buying gift cards as actual gifts. The protection period is only 45 days from the date of purchase, compared to one year on Raise. That is why they frequently have much higher discounts than Raise — you *must* spend the cards right away. This works fine for grocery cards or other stuff where you control the spend date, but absolutely does not work for cards you need to hold on to for a while or intend to gift to others, as you or your friends could (likely would) end up with a drained card and no protection in a few weeks’ time.

John
John

Thanks good to know. I’ve sold them some cards but never bought any. I saw today that I have a 15% off Starbucks amex offer, so i think that’ll be my best bet.

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