Sell Unwanted Gift Cards & Merchandise Credits! Buy Discounted Gift Cards to Your Favorite Store!

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Do you have gift cards or merchandise credits laying around that you wish you could sell or trade?  Or, are you looking for additional ways to save money?  If so, you’ll want to check out  Not only can you sell unwanted gift cards or merchandise credits, but you can also cash in on extra savings by purchasing a gift card to your favorite store at a discount.  For all you Starbucks lovers out their right now there are 58 gift cards available to purchase that are up to 18.2% off!  Plus, right now you can score an additional $5 off a $75 purchase with code RAISE75! (new customers only) exp. 3/31/13.  Wow!  That’s a pretty big discount!

Here’s the skinny:

  • Raise is the gift card marketplace where you can buy discount gift cards and sell your gift cards for cash. You have the ability to control your listing price for your gift card
  • Get paid through check or PayPal once your gift card card sells on the site
  • Great customer service and 100% money back guarantee

Save $5.00 off of $75: On top of the already discounted gift cards, Raise is offering every member a $5 off coupon for your order over $75 with code RAISE75! (new customers only) exp. 3/31/13.

Some things to know about

When someone sells a gift card on the site, they take a 15% flat commission fee from the seller. E-cards are free to list and it costs $1 to list a physical cards. All cards must be over $20 and they accept merchandise credits, electronic gift cards and physical gift cards from all national brands.

Now’s the time to clean out those junk drawers and sell their unused gift cards!   I just cleaned out my drawer and found a gift card for Motherhood I forgot that I had.  Check out

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