Raise Rewards offers a $5 referral credit for both parties to use toward the purchase of discounted gift cards from popular merchants on Raise.com.
Updated 11/18/2015: New Raise accounts can save $15 off your first gift card. Just sign up via this Raise Referral Link to get a $5 reward, and then use Coupon Code SAVE10 for $10 off a gift card purchase over $15.
About Raise Referral Program
The Raise referral program lets current customers refer new customers, so that you can both earn a $5 credit.
Current Raise customers will get 500 Raise Rewards points ($5 value) for each referral who spends over $50 within 30 days of joining.
New Raise customers who are referred by a current member will receive $5 off your first order of discounted merchant gift cards.
$5 New Raise Customer Discount
If you are a new Raise customer, just sign up through this Raise $5 Referral Link and apply Raise Promo Code REWARD5 during checkout to get $5 off your first gift card order.
The $5 Off Raise Promo Code REWARD5 is provided to new customers as an incentive to join, and it can only be used toward your first purchase of gift cards on Raise.com when you sign up through a current member’s referral link.
Just apply the code at checkout to get $5 off your first order after you sign up through a referral link, available for 1-time use only.
Raise Referral Program Details
Current Raise members will get 500 points ($5) when your referral makes their first purchase over $50.
Your referral’s order total must be greater than $50 after applying the $5 promo code (i.e., $55 or more) in order for you to receive the 500 bonus points.
You can refer your friends via email or by sharing your unique referral link.
Your referrals must create a Raise account via your referral link, and they have 30 days from the first time they click your unique referral link to make a qualifying purchase.
There is no limit to the number of friends that you can refer.
In order to participate in the Raise referral program, you must create a free account on Raise.com, but no purchase is otherwise required for you to access your referral link and refer your friends.
Raise Weekend Savings Gift Cards 5% Discount
Each weekend, you can save 5% more on select brands at Raise with the Promotional Code TAKE5.
To redeem this offer, sign in to Raise.com and apply code TAKE5 in the promo box at checkout.
Every order comes with free shipping and their 100% money back guarantee.
This offer cannot be combined with any additional offers, such as the referral program discount for new customers that is listed below, although you could use the promotional codes separately on different orders.
This offer is limited to a 1-time use within the dates of the promotion each weekend.
There is a limit of 1 redemption per household.
About Raise Rewards
The Raise Rewards program allows you to earn points for buying and selling gift cards as well as for referring new Raise customers.
Every 100 points is equal to $1 in Raise Rewards to spend on Raise.com, so the 500 points that you earn for referrals is worth $5 in Raise Rewards.
You can redeem your Raise Rewards points toward gift card purchases on Raise.com.
Your Raise Rewards points must be redeemed in 100-point increments.
Your gift card order total must be greater than the amount of points that you wish to use, as you cannot pay for gift cards solely with points.
However, points can be redeemed in combination with Raise promo codes.
Points expire 6 months after the date that they are earned.
Raise offers discounted gift cards from popular brands such as Target, The Home Depot, Macy’s, Apple, Whole Foods, Lowe’s, and many other merchants.
You can also sell gift cards for cash on Raise.com at the price you choose.
It’s free to sign up for an account with Raise to access discounted gift cards.
You may also be interested in the Wrapp Gift Card Service to send free gift cards to your friends.
Participate in the Raise Rewards referral program to earn $5 in bonus credits toward discounted gift card purchases.
Please feel free to share your Raise referral link in the comments below this article.