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If you haven’t started using Ebates yet, what are you waiting for? You can earn cash back with on almost anything you buy online. Ebates often has specials for double cash back on from companies like Marriott. What’s even better is that you can earn a free $10 gift card just for signing up and making your first $25 purchase.
How to Become a Member
Signup for a new Ebates account through this registration link. Once you spend $25 or more at a participating online retailer, you’ll earn a $10 gift card of your choosing. Note, I’ll also earn a referral credit for signing up through my referral link. You can too, simply send your referral link to friends and family and you’ll be on your way to your own referral credit.
Double Dipping With Ebates
You are able to “double-dip,” so to speak on your savings, just pair your favorite credit card with purchases through Ebates. Once you have reached the $5.01 minimum in cash back earned (it adds up in no time) you can have your money sent to you quarterly in the form of a check, Paypal, or a gift to your favorite charity, organization, or even a family member.
Ebates is seriously easy to use. If you don’t earn $5.01+ in a single quarter, no problem! You do not lose the cash back you have earned, it just rolls over to the next quarter. Sign up with Ebates and keep more of your money in your pocket.
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