$7.50 For a $15 Payless Shoe Store Gift Card from Saveology

Need new shoes?

Get a fab deal on shoes with this deal on Saveology  $7.50 for $15 Payless Gift Card.    This deal is available to first time customers of Saveology.

Here is the fine print

  •  Limit 1 per household
  • Deal is good for 1 genuine Gift Card that will be mailed to your address once redeemed
  •  Offer cannot be redeemed until 24 hours after voucher is received
  •  Although this gift card NEVER expires, this voucher must be redeemed within 60 days from date of purchase
  •  Gift Card will be shipped via standard shipping to address provided on redemption site
  •  No worries, there are no shipping charges to you and no hidden fees of any kind
  •  Step-by-step redemption instructions will be on your voucher.

Get your Payless Gift Card HERE!

Comments

  • Jen

    I’ve never used Saveology before, & I am very confused. The fine print says that the gift card never expires but that the voucher has to be redeemed within 60 days of purchase? So is it a voucher or a gift card? Does it come in the mail? I don’t really get it. A little help anyone?

    • Kearna

      From what I understand is you buy a voucher you can print off then you follow the instructions on the voucher to get the giftcard mailed to you. So you have 60 days to call them and get the giftcard sent to you and the actual card that they send you does not expire. I think you just have to phone the company and they get your information to send you the card.

      • Jaime

        BEWARE of Saveology!! I purchased the Toys R Us deal a couple weeks ago and am VERY sorry that I did. Since then I’ve read a lot of bad reviews that this company is a scam, bait & swich, etc. and does not deliver on the product you purchase.

        I had to call the company to redeem the “voucher”. The representative was really nice until I refused the extras that she tried to sell me. She tried to get me to purchase a $100 restaurant gift card for $20 and all I had to do was give her my credit card number. She was also trying to sell magazine subscriptions. Luckily, I followed my gut instinct and felt this offer was too good to be true and told her I wasn’t interested. She continued to try to sell it to me and after I said no several more times, she was not friendly anymore!

        I feel they get you in on these “first time buyer” deals, then they try to sell you these additional “good deals”. Hopefully, I get the Toys R Us gift card that I origianlly purchased, but if not, luckily I’m only out $5. I did read some reviews from people who said they got what they ordered, but I felt the majority of the reviews were not good and I don’t want to take that chance!

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