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Get 15%+ Cash Back at 400 Stores through Ebates

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The shopping cashback portal Ebates has a great ongoing deal, with 15% (or more) cash back at over 400 stores.

Whether you’re getting cash back or earning points and miles, you should get something extra out of every purchase you make online. It’s a simple extra step that can easily add up fast. And Ebates is one of the best cash back programs out there, with a broad array of retailers eligible for cashback bonuses.

This promotion is one of the largest in recent memory. Hundreds of stores make the cut, from Macy’s and Ebags for luggage to Madewell and even Orbitz. You can also earn 30% cash back on those flowers you need to order for Mother’s Day this weekend from several different online vendors. Scope out the full list of eligible stores.

It’s a celebration of Ebates’ 10th anniversary, so the bonuses at many stores expire at the end of Monday, May 6.

 

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Getting in on this cashback bonus is easy. First, sign up for Ebates if you haven’t already. As a bonus, you’ll also receive an extra $10 reward after your first purchase of $25 or more through Ebates by signing up through our link. Full disclosure: We also get a bonus, so we appreciate it if you use our link!

Whether you’re shopping at Amazon and Target or buying a Blue Apron subscription, you’ll get a percentage of your purchase price back from hundreds of stores. You’ll get paid every three months, through either a paper check or a PayPal transfer.

 

Bottom Line

Cashback portals like Ebates are a great way to get something back from the spending you’re doing to do anyway. And with 15% or more on the table, don’t pass this up if you’ve got a purchase to make.

 

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2 Responses

  1. GARY HERTOG says:

    Just saw you on the Jason Show. I haven’t been to your site before. You answered a question about rental cars which reminded me of something I’ve done when travelling. You probably already know this, but I have been able to save as much as half the cost of a rental car (same car and rental company) by renting in the nearby city vs. the airport. I take public transportation into the city, which I learn about on the internet prior to departing. Of course, it won’t work so well if you have much luggage, but I usually travel very light and don’t mind taking public transport into the city to get a “tour” of it and save $.

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