Raise: Save more in ADDITION to coupons at your favorite craft stores

This is really not too good to be true!  You can shop at your favorite yarn stores such as Michaels, Joann, or Hobby Lobby, use their weekly percent off coupon, AND save an additional 5-30% (roughly).  How?  By purchasing a gift card from Raise.  The following is from their website:

How Raise Works
Buy Discount Gift Cards
Before you shop online or in stores, check out the Raise marketplace to find discounted gift cards to brands such as Target, The Home Depot, and Macy’s. Search by brand, category, or value, and simply add to your shopping cart. With free shipping on all gift cards, it’s easy to boost your purchase power and give yourself a raise.

I have personally shopped 8 different times on Raise, and I can tell you that I have been happy with my experiences!  There was one instance where I did receive an online code (to Maurices) that was not valid, but Customer Service immediately refunded my purchase.  They have a 100 day guarantee on their sales, so if you do run into a problem you can always get your money back! 

The Raise Guarantee
100% Money-Back
Our marketplace is built upon the concept of trust. We hold our buyers and sellers to the highest of standards. Whether you’re shopping for gift cards or selling them for cash, we want to ensure you have the most positive experience on Raise. We provide each member with the following 100-day, 100% money-back guarantee on every order:
For 100 days from the date of purchase, the Raise Guarantee covers:
  • Gift cards that are not active
  • Gift cards with an inaccurate balance
  • Gift cards received as a different brand than ordered
  • Gift cards not received within 30 days from the date of purchase

I have ordered 3 Michaels gift cards, and all of them have been perfect and had the stated balance when I got them.

Many Michaels gift cards are listed up to 15-20% off-which means you can save that much in ADDITION to using their 40-50% off coupons.

So there it is.  Enjoy saving even MORE money on yarn :)

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