(EXPIRED) Increased payouts for Raise: 7% / 6x miles

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Raise.com is offering increased portal payouts through TopCashBack, Alaska Mileage Plan ShoppingAmerican Airlines eShopping, and the United MileagePlus shopping portal. It is likely that this is a Memorial Day-only deal, so it will probably only be available for a few more hours. Keep in mind the lifetime limits on Raise: once you’ve placed $5K in lifetime purchases on Raise.com, you are no longer eligible to earn cash back at TopCashBack. The airline portals note a lifetime cap of $10K in purchases, so you if you’re tapped out at TopCashBack, you may still be able to use an airline portal.

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The Deal

Key Details

  • Not valid on “Raise Pay” purchases
  • Not eligible on orders of over $1K.
  • 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 through TopCashBack
  • Each of the three airline portals note a lifetime limit of $10K in purchases

Quick Thoughts

You won’t earn rewards when listing gift cards for sale and keep in mind the various limits — you won’t earn portal rewards on orders over $1K and once you have placed $5K in lifetime purchases with Raise, you will not earn cash back through TopCashBack. Each of the three airline portals note a $10K cap on purchases, so you may still be able to earn miles on your purchase if you’re tapped out on cash back but haven’t yet hit the $10K cap.

H/T: GC Galore

Last updated on June 1st, 2019

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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