There are several websites that lets you earn cash back for purchases that you normally make online. You are not doing anything out of the ordinary. Instead of going directly to websites such as macys.com, att.com, kohls.com, target.com and so forth, you will simply go to these websites through these websites that offer a chance for you to earn cash back and once you make your normal purchases, you will earn cash back as well as receive coupon codes and promo codes when you shop online at your favorite stores.
What could be better than this? These online venues offer links to thousands of stores online that offer online coupons and promo codes. Additional stores are continually added on a daily basis. On top of the coupons and/or promo codes, you will get up to 25% cash on any purchases that you make at these stores. However most cash back opportunities are usually within 1% to 10% which can still add up.
Shoebuy.com for instance which is one of the stores listed on these sites gives you in addition to a shoebuy coupon and/or promo code, 10% cash back on your purchases. In addition to cash back rates, you will be able to find food coupons/promos, overstock coupons, HP coupons/promos, Verizon coupons/promos, etc.
If you are looking for cheap electronics or refurbished electronics, there are several stores listed on these sites offering cash back as well as coupon and promos such as reduced or free shipping and discounts. Find car electronics and receive cash back in addition to any additional coupons and promo codes. This means that your purchase shall end up being at a discount and on top of this, you shall get cash of up to 25% on your purchase amount.
The various stores listed on these sites usually pay the site a sales commission for sending shoppers to their websites and these sites use part of the commission to pay you. Payments are usually made on a quarterly basis (usually to give opportunity for any customer returns). Payments are made to your paypal account or you can request a check for the distributed amounts. Other sites may also allow you to donate the money to your favorite charity.
There are usually no points to redeem, no forms to mail in and no fees. You simply register and include your email address for any notifications when money is added to your account or when your payment has been sent.
Various coupon codes, promo codes and discount codes are available for almost anything and everything that you normally shop for online and are simply waiting to be used. To not take advantage of this is inexcusable since you are basically leaving money on the table!
All that is required of you is to register and visit your favorite stores through a link at this website. Nothing out of the ordinary is required.
You only receive credit when you use the merchant link at these cash back websites to your favorite store. You can return the purchases you make at the merchant’s website that are subject to the merchant’s normal return policy and the cash originally credited to your account is returned as well.
The great thing is no membership fees are usually charged and a mail in rebate form is unnecessary. A tracking system is activated when you click a merchant’s link at the website to keep track of your purchases and the related cash back you are owed. As you continue with your normal online purchases, your cash back amount will stack up. I know this from experience!
Save by using coupons/promo codes and getting cash back at the same time. The best thing of all is that ebates never charges a membership fee or requires a mail-in rebate form. They simply send you your cash with no strings attached. I am certain you can find a number of ways to use this extra cash. Shop again, pay down debt or save it.
My favorite cash back site is ebates.com which I joined on January 1, 2010 and I have already received significant payments to my PayPal account which was nice to see. Incredible deals await you so visit http://www.squidoo.com/getcashbackonline and see what deals in the form of coupons, promos and cash back from your favorite online stores await you.
Question by crushedice: Use reusable recycled grocery bag and get credit back?
Do you know any grocery stores (or any kind of stores) that give you discount or credit back by using own reusable recycled grocery bag instead of their plastic/paper bag?
Answer by me
Many grocery stores in here in Canada will charge you for bags if you do not bring your own. It’s encouraging to see more then half toting their cloth or heavy grade plastic containers in the store.
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Question by hrrng_jdy: Can a person put a discount sign for a business in the back of their truck legally?
A person sells XYZ for $ 15.99 and wants to put a sign in the back of his truck that it is going to sell for $ 10.00 today. And then parks his truck in a parking space that is visable from a busy intersection. Is this legal?
Answer by rtfm
As long as he’s parked legally, sure. There are no laws against having a sign in the back of your truck.
(The only exception might be if there are local zoning laws regulating the size of signs that may be displayed in public, but that’s pretty unlikely, and those laws might not even apply to signs in a motor vehicle.)
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Question by lenora j: You want to use the 50% off coupon for your ticket today but are planning to come back again another day. You?
•Buying a ticket at 50% off today and then purchasing a new one-day ticket at the student price tomorrow. Show your work to prove option one. Make sure to round to the nearest tenths place.
•Buying a two-day pass and not using the coupon at all.
Look at the given information in the table for Option 2. Is buying a two-day pass and not using the coupon at all a better deal?
Which option you would choose and explain how you arrived at your answer?
Answer by Rawr!
You’ll need to provide the pricing information.
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Question by Zach: Could I return a used game I bought with a coupon and get it back for the same price?
I bought a game from Gamestop, not knowing that next Wednesday they have a buy 2 get 1 free deal on all used games. I bought this game with a 20% off coupon, if I return it for 20 dollars, will they let me purchase the same game to be part of the Buy 2 get 1 Free deal, or when I return it, will the new purchase ring up to the price of my game without the 20% off coupon?
Answer by RR
Yes you can
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