Deep Discounts on Restaurant eGift Cards (Panera, TGI Friday’s, Papa John’s & More)

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gift-cardsGiving the gift of gift cards this Christmas?

For a limited time, hop on over to CardCash.com where they are offering an additional 5% off select already discounted Restaurant Gift Cards when you use promo code MEALSATASTEAL at checkout.

Here are just a few of the deals you can snag…

$50 Panera eGift Card
Only $36 with code MEALSATASTEAL

$50 Cracker Barrel eGift Card
Only $40.76 with code MEALSATASTEAL

$50 TGI Friday’s eGift Card
Only $34 with code MEALSATASTEAL

$25 Papa John’s eGift Card
Only $21.50 with code MEALSATASTEAL

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$50 Buca di Beppo eGift Card
Only $37.50 with code MEALSATASTEAL

$50 P.F. Chang’s eGift Card
Only $40.50 with code MEALSATASTEAL

$50 Krispy Kreme eGift Card
Only $39.22 with code MEALSATASTEAL

and Much MORE

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Comments 36

  1. Kim V

    Thank you! I got the $50 Panera gift card for $36!

    • Erica (Silly Sidekick)

      You’re so welcome!

  2. Holly

    I’ve never purchased from this site before. Anyone had a good experience they could share? I have had problems with cards purchased from Raise in the past, so wonder if this site has the same guarantee that they will refund you if the card doesn’t work?

    • Cindy

      I have also had problems with Raise, but never with Cardcash. I’m not saying “it would would never happen”, but I have had good luck with them. Most of these card resellers offer a 90 day guarantee. Good luck!

      • Lilly

        Cardcash only offers a 45 day guarantee. I have been burned before from bad gift cards bought through this company. My advice is to make sure that if you buy a gift card through here, use it prior to the 45 days being up.

    • Zimmerman

      You’re lucky if you got a refund from raise. They only refunded me a few dollars so basically lost a lot of money and it was within their time frame. They have terrible customer service who takes forever to respond. I ended up filing a dispute with my credit card company to get the money back!

      • jenn

        I’ve had this happen. They told me the difference was less the % I saved on the gift card. So with them you only end up getting the discounted value if you get to use the whole card with no problem.

        • Zimmerman

          Hers what happened as I was not expecting the whole value back (that’s insane). I paid $78 for a $100 gift card and went to use it there was ZERO on it… You think I should get my $78 back but no they gave me $32. I went back and forth with them over email for a week and a half because they only respond every 2 days… So yes they did scam me.

      • breadhead88

        I never have any problems with raise. Recently, my dunkin donut gift card was invalid and called to get a refund. I got a full refund. Cardcash.. I havent tried it yet.. I see some negative reviews too..

        • Jenn

          I had an invalid card from the start and got a full refund. This was from a card we had started using and then suddenly stopped. We called dunkin first and they said someone (who they assume was the person with the original physical card) called and reported the card stolen and they couldn’t do anything for us. After inquiring, they said the person who called and said it was stolen, if they could prove they had purchased the card (like a receipt or something) they would get their money back. So i think the Raise seller pulled a fast one. In this case Raise refunded us (it was just under the 90 days) what was left on the card minus 10% which was the discount we bought it at. So, we really never saved anything. Totally understandable practice, just sucks because we bought a $100 gift card thinking we were going to be saving money.

        • Jenn

          Oh and what we now do to avoid any issues (assuming the card works from the start) is combine the new cards from Raise to our own existing card in the DD perks app. This “voids” the raise card and adds it to the one we physically purchased a long time ago. I think this is a newer feature for DD so try that if you are worried.

          • breadhead88

            Thanks for your info! That is very informative. I really appreciate it.

    • Suzanne H

      I’ve used CardCash and Raise. I prefer CardCash as I’ve had some invalid cards come from Raise (although they did refund me both times). I love CardCash! Emails confirming order / with attached ecard come almost immediately which I love b/c you can buy and use right away. Also, they frequently have sales. My only suggestion is to uncheck the “store my card” box when you checkout. I haven’t had problems with them, that’s just me since my card got stolen via Groupon last year.

  3. Monica

    Has anyone ever bought these? Are they legit?

  4. Jenn

    Is this a legit site? any experience for those who’ve tried purchasing from them? Appreciate your feedback. Thanks!

    • Maile

      I’ve bought from cashcard twice and both were good experiences! I just bought a egift card this weekend and it was sent to me within 20 minutes. I’ve already used the card without any problems!

  5. Rita

    Do you have to use the total face value at one time on the printable cards?

    • Pon

      No.

  6. MomofTwins

    I was tempted, but see a lot of negative reviews saying the card had a zero balance or used after the 45 days was up. I can’t risk throwing my money away.

  7. emily

    They have a 45 day guarantee, so only buy if you’re going to use in that time

  8. Michelle

    I’ve actually bought from them several times with no problems!

    • Michelle

      I should clarify…I have bought from CardCash frequently! 😊

  9. Brianna

    I won’t do Raise again either. I bought a $145 Burlington coat factory card in July for school shopping. I went shopping with my 3 kids in August and spent several hours in the store and filled the cart with clothes for them. I went to checkout and the card had a $0 balance. I was angry and embarrassed. BCF looked into their system at the card and got several Managers to help. They held my merchandise for me so I could get it straightened out and I left with 3 children melting down. I had no luck with Raise and an appropriate response beyond a general form letter. I wont buy any gift cards online again, it was an expensive lesson for me and my kids got an unfortunate back to school shopping trip.

  10. Kelly

    It’s probably a long shot but does anyone have a $50/$50 Tiny Prints code that they aren’t going to use? They expire tonight. I traded a Shutterfly free shipping code with someone and the code they gave me was redeemed already😦 I just spent 30 minutes picking out the perfect card! Thank you! thekestons@gmail.com

  11. Susan Crawford

    Read the reviews on this. With only 45 days to get your money back, that is not a good idea. I would not waste money on this site or Raise either. I will spend the money on a full price gift card from a reputable seller, a physical store so I can be assured the card will be good. These reseller are a scam waiting to happen. Buyer beware.

  12. Noorie

    @Kelly..please check your email 🙂

  13. Lexy

    I like to buy my gift cards from Safeway because I get points for purchasing Gift cards and use those points for Gas 😀

  14. angie

    I have purchased from Raise mulitple times and never had an issue. But usually use it as soon as I can. I just purchased Panera cards and have already added them to my app, so hopefully they will work tomorrow when I goto lunch.

  15. Jamie

    I purchase my gift cards from Hy-Vee if you have them around. They give you .20 in fuel rewards for each $100…I purchased $1,000 in gift cards to buy a washer and dryer at Lowe’s and got $2.00 a gallon off my gas purchase – so basically a free fill up, saved me $40. Also they were running a promo for $15 in Hy-Vee gift cards for each $100 gift card (there were lots of different stores available) you bought – so yeah, that was $150 in groceries as well…that was black friday only, but currently they are doing $10 in Hy-Vee gift cards for each $100 gift card purchased (again any gift card not just Hy-vee)

    • Vonda Borer

      If I calculated correctly, .10/$50 works out to 8.3% if you buy the whole 30 gallons. We have the same program with Giant Eagle here around Cleveland, Ohio – with .20/$50 during Christmastime). So if the discount offered here is more than 8% it’s a really great deal!

  16. Lila

    Thanks! Got a Panera nearby, so it comes handy

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re welcome Lila!

  17. Stephen

    Purchase two Panera cards $50 each. Both weren’t even valid cards when checking their balance. First and LAST time I use card cash.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Oh bummer! Sorry to hear about that. Thanks so much for sharing your experience! Were you able to contact them about the issue?

  18. Carol_R

    I’ve purchased from Raise several times and never had an issue. I do check the balance on the card though when I get it. They have a web page to the links and phone numbers for the various cards that they sell. That way you’ve verified that it has the right amount of money on the card. I also check the cards that way if I buy them from a store like Rite Aid or some other store.

  19. Mandy

    I purchased 2 gift cards yesterday after seeing this post. I hadn’t received the gift cards by this afternoon so I emailed their customer service email address. I got an email back about 2 hours later saying that my order had been canceled. No reason given and I see the payment pending on my Paypal account.

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