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TopCashback has once again increased the rate it offers for purchases from Raise.com to 10%. This is due to end tomorrow (March 25), but don’t wait around as it’ll likely end at midday tomorrow rather than at midnight.
- Earn 10% cashback on purchases from Raise when clicking through from TopCashback.
- Direct link to offer.
- Expires March 25, 2020.
- 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.
- Using a promotional/coupon code not posted and approved by TopCashback.
- Returning, exchanging or cancelling part of your order.
- Purchases made on other sites than Raise’s US site
This 10% rate from TopCashback has been coming around fairly frequently recently and is a great way to enhance the savings you’re getting from the already discounted gift cards listed on Raise.
One important thing to note regarding the timing of this is that while most shopping portals update their retailer rates at midnight (sometimes Eastern, sometimes Pacific), for some reason Raise’s rate on TopCashback seems to get updated at midday. TopCashback is listing the expiry date of this increased rate as tomorrow – March 25. That probably means that it’ll end at midday tomorrow, so don’t wait around until the afternoon or evening to take advantage of this.
Another reason to purchase sooner rather than later is that the better discounts will also go sooner rather than later. For example, at the time of publishing this, there are four $25 Chili’s gift cards being sold for 18.8-18.9% off ($20.28-$20.31). Those will likely get sold fairly quickly, especially with this 10% cashback rate, with the next highest discount being 15.1%.
One other important thing to note is what I’ve bolded in the terms above – orders submitted under $20 aren’t eligible for cashback. I’ve made that mistake before – I bought a $25 gift card for something like $19.17; while that was a great discount, I’d specifically bought it to stack with a 10% cashback rate from TopCashback, forgetting that it was below that $20 threshold.
Last updated on March 28th, 2020