What’s better than holiday-weekend sales? Getting as much as 12 percent cash back on top of sale prices.
That’s what the cash-back portal Ebates.com is offering now through Monday, which is Presidents Day.
As of Wednesday morning, 32 retailers are participating in this promotion. They include:
- Carter’s: 5 percent cash back
- Dell: 10 percent
- Finish Line: 6 percent
- Gap: 6 percent
- Groupon: 9 percent
- HP: 5 percent
- IT Cosmetics: 8 percent
- JCPenney: 12 percent
- Kohl’s: 6 percent
- Lenovo: 6 percent
- Macy’s: 6 percent
- Old Navy: 6 percent
- QVC: 5 percent
- Rosetta Stone: 12 percent
- Shoebuy: 12 percent
- Sierra Trading Post: 5 percent
- Under Armour: 6 percent
By doing your online shopping through Ebates — during this promotion and in the future — you’ll earn cash back on purchases from some 2,000 retailers that partner with Ebates. It’s like getting paid to shop.
I pocketed more than $100 in cash back last year.
How is that possible? It’s simple. Ebates receives a commission from retailers for referring online shoppers to those retailers’ websites. Then, Ebates shares that commission with shoppers.
It’s free to sign up for an Ebates account, and it’s free to use the portal.
Even if you already have an Ebates account, you might want to check out other cash-back portals because different portals often offer different cash-back percentages for a given retailer.
Check out “4 Websites That Pay You to Go Shopping” to learn more about cash-back portals in general and how the different ones compare.
Do you plan to take advantage of any Presidents Day weekend promotions? Let us know which ones — you can comment below or on our Facebook page.
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