The fact that you’re checking out this article says a thing or two about how you spend your gift cards––you just don’t, do you? It’s either you’ve been given the gift card or you just left it at home, but we’re not here to judge you. In fact, we’re here to help you sell your gift cards for cash and there are plenty of places online for you to do just that.

Around the world, it’s been estimated that approximately $1 billion in gift cards are unused every year. To lessen this occurrence, you might want to sell your gift cards (at a discounted rate, of course) to somebody who needs or wants them instead––an easy win-win situation for the both of you.

Here are all the best websites that can cater to your need in selling those gift cards of yours!

Cardpool

There’s a reason why Cardpool is on top of this list––it’s both well-known and trusted. As long as you’re dealing with money, platforms that have a clean reputation bats it out the field. Through Cardpool, people can sell gift cards for cash and boasts of the best rates for them as well. It may be discounted, but it can go up to 92% of the card’s value––not so bad after all, isn’t it?

Visit the website, identify which gift card you’re selling, and you’re off to get your offers. Once you’ve accepted the offer, send your card to Cardpool and get paid after one business day.

Gift Card Granny

Just like Cardpool, Gift Card Granny, despite the odd name, is one of the most reputable and well-known selling platforms out there.

Here, you can sell your gift cards for cash or exchange them for ones you’ll use. All you have to do is to access the website, search for your gift card, confirm how much the gift card is worth, and pick which offer is more suitable for you. What’s most convenient about Gift Card Granny is how it doesn’t limit you to just one selling option––but a handful more.

Sell it now: With this, you just choose the best offer for your gift card. You can also earn up to 92% cashback while receiving it within a couple of days.

Name your price: As the name suggests, this option enables you to list your gift card online and, well, name your price for it. It takes longer, yes, but it gives you the chance to earn more than what’s expected.

Trade-in: One of the more worth-it options on the platform––this allows you to exchange your unwanted gift card for one that you actually want.

Raise

Raise has been widely advertised by the biggest names in the media industry. The gift card platform has been mentioned by NBC News, ABC News, Today, USA Today, and even Time Magazine. If that doesn’t speak of the platform’s reliability, then I don’t know what will.

The platform works relatively different from those of this list. Instead of just receiving an offer and accepting, Raise gives you the freedom to list your card for sale. However, please take into account how much time this needs. The payout, however, compensates greatly. Assuming you’re not in a rush to sell your unused gift cards, this might be the best route to go.

Of course, selling your card at a better price comes at a cost––and that cost comes in the form of a 12% commission from the Raise itself.

QuickCashMi

Conveniently, QuickCashMi partners with brands you’re most likely to actually use a gift card for. These companies include:

  • Ace Hardware
  • Amazon
  • Bed, Bath & Beyond
  • Gap
  • Macy’s
  • Old Navy
  • Rite Aid

With this, just like Gift Card Granny, there a couple of methods to sell your gift cards:

In-Person: Conveniently, the company has a couple of locations that you can sell your card instantly with. This method does give the fastest cashout but expect it to be of the lowest payout. If you’re reading this during the pandemic, try not to follow this method.

Via mail: Forwarding your gift card through the mail will enable you to get your payment through a check. Opposite to in-person transactions, this method gives you the highest payout but takes longer than usual––10 business days, to be exact.

Redeem online: This is in the middle of the pack. If you send your gift card code through the website, you would get more money by selling in-person but less than when you sell it through the mail. However, this method only takes 5 business days.

Coinstar

Okay, so, this one’s a little bit more complicated than it should be. Considering that Coinstar Exchange has sold their kiosks to Cardpool, expect that you’ll be dealing with Cardpool a whole lot more if you choose to transact with Coinstar.

What sets Coinstar apart from the others, however, is its ability to let users get cash instantly from their gift cards. All across the United States, the company has imparted kiosks in grocery stores that are really hard to miss. Through the kiosks, you can sell your gift cards for cash almost instantaneously.

Just place the card into the machine and voila, if you choose to accept your cash offer, the machine gives you a voucher you can redeem for cash the next second.

CardCash

CardCash works like a charm. Definitely one of the easier ways to sell your gift cards by far. One of the better aspects of CardCash is how it enables you to sell cards that are partially used.

All you have to do is visit the website, enter the details of your card, and then you’re presented with offers. Just like any of the exchanges, you can sell your card for a different one. Once approved, you can get paid through check, PayPal, or even a deposit in just one or two business days.

Gameflip

Now, gaming gift cards are on the rise. With millions of consoles existing around the world, there must be some people who aren’t as passionate about games and would rather spend gaming gift cards someplace else, right? If so, let me introduce you to Gameflip.

Gameflip is a platform where you can get cash for your Xbox Live, PSN, Amazon, and even Google Play gift cards. It works similar to Raise where you list your cards instead of just directly selling them to the site. The price depends on you here but Gameflip does recommend you list your card 2% to 15% off the original amount.

You can sell unused cards, prepaid cards, and/or non-reloadable gift cards. Once paid, you can access your payment through PayPal, bank accounts, or even Bitcoin.

GiftCards.com

Just like the aforementioned platforms, GiftCards.com is a gift card exchange site (isn’t it obvious) that allows you to sell and trade your cards. If there’s a specific gift card you want to trade for, GiftCards.com is a likely platform you have to check.

Unlike other platforms, GiftCards.com only reportedly offers up to 75% of the card’s value––immensely lower than other platform offers.

However, swapping cards can be done for free and, in hindsight, gives more value to your card. If you’re just finding trades for your gift cards, this platform proves to be the best.

Monster Gift Card (Inactive)

Monster Gift Card is one of the simplest gift card exchange platforms out there. The process is as basic as it sounds:

Visit the website, go find your card’s retailer, and get your price. If you accept the platform’s offer, then you mail your card to the company and then you get paid. Monster Gift Card, however, only accepts cards that are valued at $10 to $200. If the card is worth more than $200, though, you have to contact the site for pre-approval first.

Gift Me (Inactive)

The user interface of Gift Me really makes them the most convenient of all. With Gift Me, not only can you sell your gift cards but you can also track your inventory, sales, and funds efficiently. When your gift card is sold, you get paid through a check or bank deposit. Seven business days is how much time you have to wait before the company pays you––but the hassle-free transaction and how you can keep track of it is the true icing on the cake.

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