How to use cash back rewards programs
By CharissaCowart on February 11, 2011
Let’s admit it, shopping is fun and so is spending money. That is, until you’re running low on money. But you can’t forget about the deals, discounts, coupons, and especially cash back programs that in essence pay you for online shopping!
Think about it, a $10 off coupon essentially pays you $10 to buy the product. Even better, any cash back program is the best way to get paid for shopping. You can either earn points that go toward your next purchase or you can earn cash in the form of a check in the mail.
eBillme, Inc. has one of the easiest cash back programs. You can earn up to 10% (and 20% on 2x Tuesday) on leading retailers like Sears, Kmart, TigerDirect, Fathead and top gift cards to Zappos, Amazon, Overstock.com, and so many more! Just by buying gift cards or a product from an eBillme merchant you’ll earn money!
Here’s how it works:
- For every dollar you pay through eBillme, you will earn 1% cash back (or higher when applicable, with special offers) towards your future eBillme orders.
- Cash back is free - no fees whatsoever!
- eBillme Cash Back program has low minimums, and you can cash out with your choice of coupon or check by mail!
- At $10 earnings, customers can request and redeem an eBillme coupon, for their next purchase at participating eBillme stores.
- At $50 earnings, customers can ‘cash out’ and request a check to be mailed to them
For more information: Read the Cash Back terms & conditions.
Getting Started - How to Join
Select eBillme at the retailer checkout. Receive your bill, and pay at your bank Click the ‘Join Cash Back’ button on your bill email or payment receipt.
How it works - Earn a $10 coupon
Use eBillme to pay for your orders. Earn until you have at least $10. Apply your earnings at participating eBillme merchants.
Or earn a check for $50
Use eBillme to pay for your orders. Earn until you have at least $50. eBillme will send you a check in the mail.
So what are you waiting for, start shopping and watch the cash add up!