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Cashback websites are all the rage right now. Almost everyone I know shops through at least one cashback website, many shop through multiple. It’s difficult to keep up with all of them which is why I’ve put together a list of 13 of the best cashback websites.
I’m starting out with my new favorite, Giving Assistant, because I think you’ll appreciate the simplicity of it. It’s the only one I know of that will give you cash back at only $5.01. No more waiting for a check because they will pay you through PayPal. The best part is that you can choose to give a % of your cash back to any charity of your choice. Isn’t that amazing?
Here are the best cashback websites, starting with my favorite:
For purchases originated by members they pay the entire commission as cash back directly and digitally. They’ll also make a small donation to Feeding America to give one meal. Members are given the option to automatically donate any % of their cash back to any charity of their choice.
Their motto is: Double Cash Back, Always. They give you 100% of the commission, unlike the other guys with just 50% of the commission. I love that they give money to Feeding America. Check out how one of my tiny purchases donated 16 cents. Pretty cool, right?
I just recently bought an anti-tip TV strap on Amazon through Giving Assistant and I’m in love. It’s so easy to use this website.
Check out some of my favorite deals:
They also have some pretty great stores:
The site will mail you a check once you get $20 in cash back. They also offer deals and rewards that can be redeemed for free gift cards. They boast a selection of over 3,000 online sellers.
Checks are mailed quarterly once you reach a balance of over $5. They have over 12,000 retailers. This is probably the most well known cash back website.
Payouts are at $10 through mail. You can request through PayPal. They have hundreds of participating stores.
Swagbucks.com is cash back rewards system that also pays a virtual currency for participating in online activities such as searching, shopping, taking surveys and playing games. You can redeem Swag Bucks for retail gift cards, PayPal cash and other rewards.
You can earn rewards points from shopping, which can be redeemed for for gift cards, cash back or even travel miles.
Payout is via check or PayPal once the account reaches $10. Boasts over 2,000 merchants.
Upromise.com is a loyalty program set up to pay off student loan debt. Members can also request a check payout and are not required to spend their rewards on college-related expenses.
Cash out is at $25. They have over 4,000 merchants, offer coupons and promotional codes. You can also print coupons for restaurants and grocery stores.
Earnings are paid by check, Alipay or PayPal once your account has reached at least $10, or you can have the money donated to charity. They have over 2,500 retailers.
Payouts are at the end of the month and you only need $1 for a payout. They only pay through PayPal currently. When you buy a product through their site you are also buying shares in their company.
You get paid every three months at a $10 payout through PayPal or check. They boast 4,000+ retailers and have online and printable coupons too.
They work through points. You get $5 for every 8,000 points, and you redeem points at $10 through check or gift cards.
Did I miss your favorite? Let me know!