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Earn cash back on your everyday purchases using free online rebates.

You can earn 3% to 40% CashBack Bonus or discounts on everyday purchases simply by linking to a retailer of your choice through a third party site. The various rebate services are free are simple as well as quick to sign up for. Basically you get paid just for shopping through another and/or linking to website. It is a quick and simple way to save up to 40% on your everyday bills or to get, in effect, free cash back for shopping.

All you need to do is log onto one of these sites, register for free, and then proceed to shop for any products you would normally buy. Companies such as ebates, Shopkick, Drop and others all offer the service. The amount you can earn for shopping as a free rebate is unlimited, and you can use the service as much as you want. Another bonus is that there are no enrollment or promotion codes to remember, and no cost to register or use the sites.

These online companies partner with national retailers to offer you rebates (3-40% or more) every time you shop online. They have been partnering with retailers for many years and millions of consumers have benefited from their services. In addition, they will also pay you for testing products or services.

Exactly how do online retailers help me save money on bills?

For example, if you shop using a free site such as Ebates, you will receive a percentage of your purchase back as a cash rebate. Just a few examples of the stores and the amount of rebates offered are below. You just need to register with the sites, simply use their shopping tool, click on a store, purchase an item, and watch your account for the rebate! You will in effect be getting paid cash back for the shopping you would otherwise do.

After you sign up for these sites, we suggest visiting their forums to see how real people are making (and saving) cash. Also, to earn the highest rebates and save the most money, be sure to take advantage of the free offers that are available on the sites. If you put the time in, people can either make a few hundred dollars per month or save hundreds on their shopping, and ABC News wrote a feature article about this money making opportunity.





You can shop at hundreds of name brand national and local retailers and receive cash rebates from these retailers that can help you save money on your bills. Lets just use a free, 5% rebate as an example. So if you spend $100 per week at Wal-Mart for food, supplies, etc., you will save $5 per week, or $260 per year But many of the rebate sites may provide even more cash back or discounts, and some go as high as 40%.  Saving that amount of money, combined with other actions you can take to save on bills, and it really starts to add up over the year.

We have been using many of these rebate services for a while and it is an easy way to save. Think about it as shopping that you are going to do already, so why not get paid (cashback) for the shopping. Some of these sites are also market research or survey sites, but you do not need to use that feature if you are not interested in that.

In addition to signing up for ebates or another company, then what we do is shop at these sites with a credit card that offers cash rebates. Personally, we use the Chase Freedom credit card (but there are other options on the market) and we get an additional 1-3% cash rebate from Chase on all purchases we make. Once again, it is shopping that we are already doing, so we get rebates for shopping from both my credit card and from these free rebate sites.

Therefore when we shop at most retailers, we can very easily save a total of over 5% to almost 40% (or more) on everyday bills, as we get rebates from both the credit card and from the online sites and in effect are saving twice! We also have many other tips and tricks for saving money, and find other ways to save money on your shopping.

When signing up for a free rebate website, they all have different retailers and deals available, so you need to review them all, or better yet, even sign up for all of them for the most options and highest savings. They even have many other offers and coupons. As noted, some of them are incentive sites or market research as well, and they pay for leads. This is also a form of free rebate, and just a couple examples of the many other deals out there include you can receive $40 for signing up with Discover Credit Card, $15 for joining up with Netflix online, save $8 on an Entertainment book, etc.

Examples of free online rebates and websites

Below are just a few examples of the many deals, cash rebate sites and retailers available online. There are many others, all with different percentages and saving amounts. Anyone who is interested can review them, and others, for savings.

As noted, in addition to below, there are a number of other cash rebate type websites available to shoppers. They each offer their own terms and deals, as well as savings, to consumers. Find more details on the pros and cons of cash back websites.





So what consumers need to do is to register, for free, at any of the companies mentioned above or below, such as Ebates or Swagbucks. Other providers include Ibotta, FatWallet, BeFrugal, or ShopAtHome. Then before you do your shopping, just log on to the online site you sign up for and link to the retailer from there. It is very easy to save money and get free cash back from a rebate site by taking this approach.


By Jon McNamara

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