Once you have these 3 accounts you can get started!
1. Login to Swagbucks.com. Go to the SHOP menu and then use that page’s search to find Raise.com. Click on the SHOP NOW under the Raise.com page and you’ll be sent to Raise and once you make the purchase you will receive your Swagbucks for that. (currently 1 SB per dollar).
2. On Raise.com, search for Target. It will bring up a list of all the Target gift cards available. The page will show you the value of the gift card, the percent off that you will get, and the total price you will pay. Check back often because it changes minute by minute! The best Target Gift Card I’ve gotten so far was 8.6% off. Choose the gift card(s) that you want and add them to your shopping cart and of course check out. Raise will process it and you will get an email when your gift card is ready (it’s usually really quick, like within an hour of purchasing). You’ll login to your account and get the gift card information.
3. Head on over to Target.com. Once you have your Target gift card number, go to MANAGE MY ACCOUNT. Under Account Information, click the link that says EDIT PAYMENT METHODS. Make sure you add your REDcard and make it the default payment – this will get you the 5% off your purchases. Then in the PAYMENT METHODS, add your gift cards. You can use up to 3 gift cards per order in checkout. Now you are ready. Go ahead and go to GIFT CARDS in the Target Menu and find the Disney Gift Cards. They are available in $50 increments, so add as many to the cart as you need (I think the limit is 10 per order). Checkout and use the gift card codes you entered!
Using this process can save quite a bit on your gift cards. You get the 5% off from Target, whatever % off you bought the Raise cards at, PLUS you will earn SwagBucks that can be used for Gift Cards too. It all adds up and any savings that you can do for a Disney Vacation is so worth it! Make sure you use SwagBucks for your other online purchases too, so that your “bucks” will add up and you can earn your rewards!
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