Get $10 Back On $100 Raise Purchase With Raise Pay

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Get $10 Back On $100 Raise Purchase With Raise Pay

Raise has kicked off a new program called Raise Pay and they want to pay you to try it.  It looks like a rewards program where you get a percent back on your purchase.  They have selected over 100 brands to be in the program, including Best Buy, Hotels.com, Gamestop etc.

Details

Here are the details of the offer:

  • Must spend $100+ on Raise Pay brands by 11/18/18 11:59 PM CST to qualify.
  • Total amount spent must be greater than or equal to $100 after any previously earned Raise Cash has been applied.
  • $10 in Raise Cash will be deposited on or before 11/20/18 11:59 PM CST and expires after 180 days.

The Raise Pay earnings can be used towards future purchases like a gift card.

Raise Pay Link (affiliate link)

Conclusion

I can not tell if these are resold gift cards or 1st generation new gift cards.  I would imagine they are new since they only have $25, $50, $100 values from what I can see.  Getting 9% off your $100 purchase plus the regular earning rates, an additional 1% plus, makes this a tempting deal.  If you have used Raise Pay in the past and have any insight let us know what you think of it.

 


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