Why You Probably Want to Login to Your Giftcards.com Account: You May Find A Forgotten Surprise!


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Claim Your Orphaned Giftcards.com Rewards

We have lost a lot of nice avenues of manufactured spend over the past couple of months. One of the nicer methods was Visa gift cards from GiftCards.com. For awhile they were offering free shipping alongside 1% in “G-Money Rewards”.

After your first initial investment in cards, you would be able to roll your rewards to your next order. This meant that the Visa gift cards were free after the first order. Then of course Giftcards.com removed the free shipping codes and lowered the maximum denomination to $250. It no longer is a viable method to MS.

Like many, I moved on to greener pastures and didn’t think a lot about Giftcards.com. Then yesterday I received a marketing email from them advertising their rewards program. After reading that email a light bulb went off in my head. I still have “orphaned” rewards in their program from my last Visa gift card order. My wife does too!

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So I logged into my account yesterday and did indeed find $14.96 in credit just sitting there. My guess is that a lot of you probably have some rewards left over. You should be able to use that credit towards any regular gift card purchase and reclaim your initial investment.


Sure $15 is not a lot, but I still love to find lost money. In this case it was like finding loose change in the couch. If you have orphaned rewards go get yourself a nice little gift card and have a good time!

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  1. Checked my account and voila! just enough points to cover fees for a couple of cards to finish up some annoying spending left for my most recent credit card bonus. Thanks for the tip!

  2. I don’t buy through GiftCards.com, but I do log my Visa card purchases into GoWallet. I looked on it last week for the first time in several months and found that I had $19.67 on an old card. As you said, it’s not a lot of money, but it was certainly a pleasant surprise.

  3. Best option is to just redeem for an Amazon gift card for the amount of g-money you have left in there.

    Giftcards.com is dead as far as I’m concerned.


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