Posted by Chuck on April 12, 2019
Gift Card Deals

Published on April 12th, 2019 | by Chuck

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[Expired] Raise: Save 5-10% on Top Giftcard Brands (Best Buy, Southwest, Airbnb, Home Depot and many more), Promo Code RAIN

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

The Offer

Direct Link to offer (affiliate link)

  • Raise.com is offering 5% or 7% or 10% discount on many top gift card brands (on top of the regular discounts found on the site). Use promo code: RAIN.

Below is an image with some of the available brands and discounts, see the link above for full list.

The Fine Print

  • Expires 04/14/19 11:59 PM CST
  • $10 maximum discount
  • Limit one per household
  • Not valid on cash back gift cards

Our Verdict

The better cards usually go fast. Remember to use a shopping portal, just keep in mind the lifetime limitations there.



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Jason Smith
Jason Smith

Just out of curiosity, if someone buys a gift card on raise, uses it 2 weeks later, and then 3 months later complains to raise and says the card was used by someone else, how does raise know if they are telling the truth? Does raise automatically believe the buyer?

Tim
Tim

They won’t know for sure, but the exact investigation process they go through is probably a closely held secret to prevent people from gaming it.

They may get in touch with the retailer to find the location the card was used. They will take into account your past history with them and the seller’s past history. If it’s a small value they will probably just eat the refund fee out of their large margins. For a larger value they may want to see a police report or do a more thorough investigation.

Ado
Ado

Just out of curiosity ha? I had a problem where the cards were used in California and I live in Florida. I had loss prevention from Home Depot help me out because I spend sh$t load of money there. I sumbited all the paperwork to raise and they refunded. I dont think the 5-7% discount it’s worth the hassle IMO.

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