25% Back in Points on Gift Cards & More at the Shop Your Way Everywhere Portal

shop your way everywhere deal

The Shop Your Way Everywhere portal is offering a very good deal at select stores.

The Offer

Get 25% back in points when you shop with a qualifying brand. (Max award of $50 Back in Points)

Key Terms

  • Valid September 10th – September 23th, 2016.
  • Limit one (1) offer per member.
  • Purchase requirement after gift cards and discounts and before taxes and other fees are applied.
  • Offer cannot be combined with other Shop Your Way promotions.
  • Void if purchase is cancelled or returned.
  • Must initiate purchase online through ShopYourWay.com or SYWEverywhere.com only.
  • Points may require up to 45 days to be awarded.

Qualifying brands

Update: It appears that Raise may not pay out if your account has had more than $1K in gift card purchases despite that not being in the terms. YMMV with Raise purchases, but other merchants should hopefully work as promised.

Here is a sample of the qualifying brands:

  • Nordstrom
  • Gap
  • JCPenney
  • Kohl’s
  • Macy’s
  • Neiman Marcus
  • Nike
  • Tommy Hilfiger
  • Groupon
  • Expedia
  • Staples
  • Raise

You can find the full terms and list of qualifying brands on the promotion page.

Questions?

For more information on Shop Your Way points, see: Sears and Kmart Extreme Stacking

HT: Couponista Queen

Last updated on December 20th, 2018

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raja
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raja

Is this offer only once per SWYR account?
Thanks

Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor
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Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor

Yes.

Dan
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Dan

It says after gift cards and discounts are applied. Does that mean gift cards you use to pay for the order or gift cards that you buy? In other words, do you get the points for buying gift cards.

Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor
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Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor

I believe it is excluding using gift cards to pay. I don’t see anyway they could exclude the purchase of gift cards at Raise considering that is all they sell.

Marie
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Marie

Well the general ShopYourWay terms says that you cannot get points on gift card. So for instance you cannot buy a Macy’s gift card at MAcys and get the points. I don’t know what the deal with raise.com

MMKate
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MMKate

Wow, I didn’t know Raise was a SYWR partner, but the most significant thing is that the terms don’t have the usual wording Raise puts in portals – “Only valid on the first $1000 ever ever ever through any portal on the planet”. Okay, so that’s how my brain remembers it, but you know what I mean.

Steve
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Steve

Yes, the high light of this post is the 8% you can get at Raise normally. I am sure a lot of people are already capped out at $1000.

Can anyone confirm if the $1000 cap doesn’t apply to SYWR?

Thanks,
Chris

Rambo
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Rambo

The $1000 cap does apply at Raise. For folks at the $1000 cap, I doubt the 25% would be awarded, since the 8% would not be awarded.

Similar deal with Staples, where GCs do not earn CB, but the SYWR portal does not say anything about that.

Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor
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Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor

I’ll follow up and let everyone know.

Steve
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Steve

You could make an argument that SYW is not cash back since it’s points. It would be awesome if they paid 8%. SYW points good as cash for buying household items like diapers, formula, paper towels, etc.

dan
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dan

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MMKate
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MMKate

Did anyone receive the SYW points for their Raise purchase? I haven’t and just contacted SYWR customer service. 8% was supposed to hit after 30 days (it has been 40), valid for 12 months. I do not know when the 25% is supposed to hit, but I’m pretty sure it should have happened already.