Cardpool Promo Codes & Deals USA Aug 2017 |


Have unused gift cards kicking around? Make some cash on them by selling on Cardpool

If you’ve received a gift card (from a well-meaning friend or family member) but it’s not for a retailer you’re fond of, you can sell your gift card via Cardpool for up to 92% of its value. On the flip side, you can also buy gift cards and save up to 35% on what you’d normally pay. Cardpool verifies the balance of all gift cards and all orders are guaranteed with free USPS shipping.

Latest Cardpool discount codes and coupons

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Buy gift cards for up to 35% off Buy, sell gift cards for cash, or trade gift cards at the most trusted and most popular gift card exchange.

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Pros and cons of using Cardpool

For a full breakdown, see our review here.


  • Rated A+ with the Better Business Bureau.
  • No fees.
  • Cardpool pays you for your gift card even though they may never find a buyer for it.


  • Cardpool only accepts credit or debit cards for payment.
  • Not really a con, but as part of the secure process you may receive a phone call or email from Cardpool to verify your order information.

Mary Brown

Mary Brown is the Shopping Publisher for She enjoys finding ways to save and sharing those tips with others. An avid adventurer, she explores the world in her free time (and is always looking for a good deal).

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