(EXPIRED) Get 10% back at Raise.com via Top Cash Back [2/13-2/14]

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TopCashBack is offering 10% back on Raise.com purchases today. Keep in mind that there are max limits in terms of a single purchase and lifetime purchases (whether or not they were made through TopCashBack), but this could make for a solid deal for those eligible.

The Deal

  • TopCashBack is offering 10% back on Raise.com purchases 2/13 and 2/13/20 (subject to limits listed under “key terms” below)
  • Direct link to this offer

Key Terms

  • Orders under $20 or over $1,000 will not earn cash back
  • After you have purchased $5,000 in gift cards lifetime from Raise.com (whether or not those purchases were made through a shopping portal), you are no longer eligible to receive cash back
  • No cash back for listing a gift card
  • See full terms on the landing page

Quick Thoughts

Keep in mind the key restrictions:

  1. An individual order for more than $1,000 is not eligible for cash back
  2. Once you have purchased $5,000 or more in gift cards from Raise.com, lifetime — whether or not those purchase were made through a shopping portal — you are no longer eligible for cash back.

If you’re within those limits, this is a good chance to save an extra 10% on a wide range of already-discounted gift cards. It likely does not work on Raise’s “cash back gift cards”, but rather only on the discounted second-hand gift cards.

H/T: Doctor of Credit

Last updated on February 15th, 2020

About Nick Reyes

Nick Reyes is a (fairly) regular guy with an animalistic passion for maximizing the value of miles and money to travel the world in comfort and style. There is little in life that he loves more than finding a fantastic deal and helping you shop smarter & harder to achieve your travel dreams.

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