There’s a ton of sites out there, but I’m only including the ones that I (or my family) have used personally, so that I can vouch for their legitimacy — No scam sites here 🙂
Cash Back Sites
Get cash back from your regular online purchases!
If I do ANY shopping online, I always make sure to visit Ebates first. It’s a site that offers cash back on at a ton of online retailers (Kohls, Target, Walmart, Macy’s, Sephora, Amazon, etc!).
You just create an account (for free!), then visit the site any time you plan to do a lil’ shopping, click on the store’s link, and shop as usual. That’s it! Ebates will then send you an email (usually within 24 hours) with the total cash back that you earned. I LOVE Ebates!
Like Ebates, you also get “paid” to shop, but in “swagbucks” instead of cash. You earn swagbucks by shopping at your favorite online retailers, as well as doing surveys, searching the web, and a variety of other tasks offered on your Swagbucks “dashboard”. Your swagbucks can be redeemed for gift cards to places like Amazon, Target, Starbucks, Walmart, etc.
Use these awesome (and FREE!) apps to save money at the supermarket!
This app offers cash back on the groceries you buy. They release new offers daily that you can unlock by doing simple tasks such as watching a video or taking a brief survey. Once you unlock the offer and purchase the item, you simply take a photo of your receipt. The money goes into your account within a day or so and can be used towards gift cards or transferred to Paypal.
Pretty much the same as Ibotta, but you don’t need “unlock” the offers. Uses the same “photo of receipt” for verification.
I’ve been using this app for years. You get points just for scanning items at the grocery store (the app has a built-in scanner). The points can be redeemed for gift cards from Target, Walmart, Amazon, and more! Use my referral code “wendyrose” to get bonus points when you sign up!
Link this up with your loyalty cards and get instant credit for the items you purchase. Earnings can be deposited into your bank account or Paypal.
A newer app that offers cash back on a variety of grocery items. Many offers can even be used more than once.
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