Get 12 Percent Cash Back When Shopping Today Only

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As the deadline for holiday shopping nears, the savings increase. And today, you can get an extra 12 percent off already low prices at many retailers when you shop through Ebates.

Thanks to Ebates, you can save even more on already low prices. All day, Ebates is offering 12 percent off at scores of retailers. This means that for 24 hours, you get extra cash back beyond what you normally would save by using the site.

Merchants participating in the program include:

  • American Eagle
  • Barneys New York
  • Charlotte Russe
  • Coach Handbags
  • Dick’s Sporting Goods
  • Forever21
  • Gap
  • IT Cosmetics
  • JCPenney
  • Kate Spade
  • Levi’s
  • Macy’s
  • Michael Kors
  • Nasty Gal
  • Pier 1 Imports
  • ULTA

And that’s just a representative sampling. Many other retailers are offering cash back at rates as high as those above.

How it works

Ebates gets a commission from retailers for referring online shoppers to those sellers’ websites. If you are a member of Ebates, you get a share of that commission when you make a purchase.

Best of all, it’s free to sign up for an Ebates account and to use the portal.

While Ebates is among the oldest and best-known cash-back portals, it’s not the only one. Others include Swagbucks and

Ebates is offering some great cash-back deals on Cyber Monday. But 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 “3 Websites That Pay You for Shopping” to learn more about cash-back portals and how the different ones compare.

Have you done any holiday shopping? Tell us about any great deals you’ve discovered by commenting below or on our Facebook page.

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