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TopCashback has once again increased the rate it pays for Raise purchases to 10%. There are a few important things to be aware of to ensure you earn cashback, with this increased rate expiring tomorrow (Wednesday February 26).
- Earn 10% cashback on Raise purchases when clicking through from TopCashback.
- Direct link to offer.
- Expires February 26, 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.
- The following are also excluded:
- 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.
10% cashback is an excellent rate seeing as this is cashback earned on gift cards which are already discounted.
It’s important to be aware of some of the terms listed above, as well as one additional consideration. That additional consideration is that you’ll only earn cashback on discounted gift cards rather than “Cash Back Gift Cards”. Discounted gift cards are ones where, for example, a $25 gift card is being sold for $23.21 and are listed beneath a heading saying “Discount gift cards”. Cash Back Gift Cards aren’t discounted; instead, you’ll earn cash back (in the form of Raise cash which can be used to reduce the cost of a future order) and can be found listed beneath a heading called “Cash Back Gift Cards”.
Another important thing to be aware of is that you’ll only earn cashback when spending at least $20. That’s based on how much you actually pay, rather than the face value of a gift card. For example, buying a $20 gift card for $18.91 won’t earn you cashback, whereas buying a $25 gift card for $20 would.
If you’ve been a frequent purchaser of gift cards from Raise, TopCashback limits you to earning cashback on $5,000 in lifetime purchases. That even includes purchases when you didn’t click through to Raise from TopCashback.
This increased rate ends tomorrow (February 26), but this 10% rate will likely increase the number of people buying gift cards from Raise today. It’d therefore be better to buy gift cards ASAP as gift cards with higher discounts will be sold first.