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*Expired* Double Cash Back on Ebates

by Freebies4Mom on December 15, 2008 8:17 am

If you have any last-minute online shopping to do, you can earn double cash back on Ebates today only. They are calling it “Cyber-Monday II”. I actually did have a last-minute gift to buy, and took advantage of 20% cash back from Cherry Moon Farms. If you have books or music to buy for someone on your gift list, then you can earn 12% cash back from Barnes & Noble and Borders (usually 4%). Browsing the list of increased cash back offers, the highest I saw was 40% cash back from Magazines.com. The increased cash back offers vary by store, so browse the list to check them out. But remember that this double cash back event ends today at 11:59 pm PST.

Remember that new sign-ups for Ebates get $10 cash after their first purchase. I used Ebates and coupon codes to buy my free Victoria’s Secret sweater and my free LeapFrog toy at Target. I love Ebates and I hope you do to. Remember that it’s free to sign-up, you need to make your normal online purchases through Ebates to get the cash back, and they’ll mail you a “big fat check” every quarter if your account has at least $5 in it. This is the best way to get cash rebates on almost any online purchase. And in case you missed it, I also just bought my free Entertainment Book through Cashbaq (very similar to Ebates).

I file all offers that require a purchase under rebates.
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The Royal Family December 15, 2008 at 12:37 pm

https://www.paypal-promo.com/holiday/index.htmlHave you seen the deals you can get by checking out with paypal? I am wondering if anyone has done this. I did the walmart $20.00 back on a $50.00 purchase… but I saw that you can do $25.00 back on a new blockbusteronline account… and you can sign up for the 2 week trail period… What do you think of this???

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Heather December 15, 2008 at 1:58 pm

The Royal Family – I don’t use Paypal, so can’t try out one of the deals to give you an informed opinion about it. Just depends on what type of deal it is for you. Always read the fine print. I don’t recommend starting a free trial of anything, it’s too hard to remember to cancel before you are billed.-HeatherFreebies 4 Mom

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