Published on March 31st, 2020 | by Chuck177
Topcashback: Get 10% Cash Back At Raise.com (& Statement From Topcashback)
Update, statement from TCB about Raise issues:
TopCashback has just received notice from the network that they are experiencing a tracking issue with Raise.com that they are actively working on resolving. For each member who has recently made a purchase on Raise.com and sees that their cashback has been declined, we’ve been alerted that this will be paid out, but with a delay. Please reach out to Dominique via email to email@example.com so she can help to escalate this process. Please be prepared to email information about your purchase including a receipt to help make your experience as quick and efficient as possible. Thank you and we appreciate your patience.
Topcashback is currently offering 10%. Personally I think this should be pulled until these issues are resolved.
Update 3/30/20: Back again for today only at 15% cash back (we don’t usually see higher than 10%). Note, Raise doesn’t seem to track well so you might have to file a claim and hope for the best.
Update 3/27/20: Back again
Update 3/24/20: Back again and available until 3/24. I’m guessing Raise is desperate to move inventory at this stage.
Update 3/21/20: I’m seeing 4% now (11 pm ET), not sure when they lowered it.
Update 3/20/20: Deal is back for today and tomorrow (3/20-3/21). Hat tip to reader RM. Note again that Raise tracking people seem to complain about pretty often so you might need to file a ticket.
Update 3/13/20: Deal is back for today and tomorrow (3/13 & 3/14). Hat tip to GC Galore.
Update 2/28/20: Deal is back for today and tomorrow. Hat tip to GCGalore
Update 2/26/20: Seems to have expired early.
Update 2/25/20: Deal is back for today and tomorrow (2/25-2/26). Hat tip to FM
- Topcashback is offering 10% back on Raise.com gift card purchases. Offer is valid today and tomorrow, 2/13 – 2/14.
The Fine Print
- Orders submitted over $1000 are not eligible for cash back.
- If you list a gift card for sale on Raise.com you will not be eligible for cash back.
- Orders submitted under $20 are not eligible for cash back.
- After you have placed over $5,000 in lifetime purchases on Raise.com, you will no longer be eligible for cash back.
This only works if you haven’t made $5,000 in lifetime purchases from Raise.com, including purchases not made through the Topcashback portal (more information in this post), so it won’t work for a lot of us. Otherwise, it’s a pretty sweet deal as it’s 10% on top of the existing discount on Raise.com.
I don’t see Raise Cash Back Gift Cards excluded in the fine print this time, but they usually are excluded, and I assume they will not earn cash back from Topcashback.
Some readers in the comments are having issues with this deal tracking. I’m unsure if it’s due to the portal limits or if Raise just doesn’t track well.
Hat tip to reader Christopher