Save money on the go. One of the best ways you can save money when you shop is to purchase discounted gift cards. See why you should be using “Raise” Smartphone gift card app.
Why You Should Be Using “Raise” SmartPhone Gift Card App!
I think I can speak for all of us when I say we love to save money on the things we buy. Right?? I want to introduce you to another Smartphone app that allows you to rake in the savings. Raise is not a NEW app, but it is now available to Android users where in the past only iPhone users could take advantages of the savings.
Because Raise.com works with both national companies and consumers looking to get rid of gift cards they don’t want, you get pretty remarkable deals on most of the brands, stores and restaurants you already visit.
Raise.com lets you buy and sell gift cards online, and according to them, they are the largest online marketplace for gift cards. You can purchase gift cards for a cheaper rate than purchasing at a stand-alone store. That $50 gift card may just cost you only $40 and you just saved $10. LOVE THAT!
After the Holidays have come and gone, you may have a few new gift cards in your life. Gift Cards are a mixed bag. We don’t know what people want or need, so we buy gift cards for them instead. You may be on the receiving end of the gift cards and have found the card you received you will never use. So, what is to be done? Raise.com is here to step in to help.
Insider TIP: While Raise.com gift cards don’t expire, they are only guaranteed for 100 days (so only buy what you can use in that time).
How Raise.com Works
For the seller
If you have a gift card you don’t want, even if you’ve used part of it, you can put it on the Raise.com marketplace and sell it for cash. Raise gets a 15% cut of your sale, and that’s it. No seller fees, no nonsense.
For the buyer
For those buying gift cards on Raise, the situation is even simpler. Buyers can select between traditional “physical” gift cards and virtual gift cards, which can be printed or scanned straight from your smartphone.
Insider TIP: Give a card to someone as a gift? If something goes wrong, the 100-day, 100% satisfaction guarantee still applies, but only when the company is contacted by the card purchaser (you).