Raise Gift Cards Sitewide 5% Off Coupon

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Raise Gift Cards Sitewide 5% Off Coupon
Emma Johnson

Dec 02nd 2019 10:34 am

Raise is offering an additional 5% off coupon which is good up to $15 off. These gift cards have a 1 year guarantee so just make sure to use it within a year.

Good until 12/2/19

1. Go to CardBear and choose a gift card you'd like

2. Buy through Raise
- It's for a maximum of $15 so get a gift card that's $300 or under

3. Use coupon code CYBER to get an additional 5% off good up to $15 off

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  • Guest
    Guest - 10 months ago
    BEWARE:I bought card from GC Spread. I verified the value. Later after 60 days card got used somewhere else. GC Spread denied claim stating that I made claim after 60 days.
  • Spoofee
    Spoofee - 4 years ago
    I'm not a new customer, but this coupon worked.

    and yes, as myspaceisacult and thenneKP said, make sure you use the gift card within the guaranteed timeframe. Raise guarantees the gift cards to work for 100 days
  • Guest
    Guest - 4 years ago
    Chances are you will RAISE you chances of being scammed as they did me.
    I was scammed out of $272.00 as the card was used up in another state before I got it. I did not realize it for 4 months and they have a 100 day 'policy' . Judging from the timing it looks like an inside job between staff and their vendors.
  • Guest
    Guest - 4 years ago
    For new customers only!
  • thenneKP
    thenneKP - 4 years ago
    L7 Private
    I had an issue with Raise as well. A gift card I bought was being used in another state. No help and I was out $60. It's not worth the risk of getting screwed.
  • myspaceisacult
    myspaceisacult - 4 years ago
    L8 Private
    Just a warning, I've bought stuff from Raise in the past, more specifically Starbucks gift cards. I was getting $100 cards for ~$85. Once I registered them and started transferring funds to my primary card, Starbucks locked my funds and detected the GC I purchased as a 'fraudulent' gift card. It took me about a week to get my primary card unlocked, and I had to call Raise for a refund. YMMV but, just a warning if you're aiming for starbucks cards.