2 Simple Ways to Get Holiday Shopping Bonuses for Huge Savings

By Christina Majaski on 8 December 2015 0 comments

Wouldn't it be nice to get a little something back for all the gifts you'll be buying this year? There's two simple ways to do this: shop through a cash back site and use a cash back credit card. These savings don't cost you anything, not even time. 

Cash Back Sites

Doing some online shopping? Check out Ebates, InboxDollars, and Swagbucks. See a store there that you were planning on buying from? Sign up for an account, click through to that store from their site, and watch your account rack up cash. 

These stores earn money by sending referrals to their shopping partners, and they pass some of that to you. There really is no difference between typing in the name of the shopping website directly or clicking through from one of these cash back websites, as far as your shopping experience, but you do automatically get cash back on your purchases. Why not? (See also: 30+ Cash Back Sites to Earn You Thousands Per Year)

Cash Back Credit Cards

There are different types of cash back credit cards you can use. One type will give you a flat rate percentage on all your purchases. Typically this is about 1.5% cash back on all purchases. Others offer bonus cash back on specific categories. For example, you can get 5% cash back on certain types of purchases. Still others will offer a cash bonus if you meet certain spending requirements. Check out the available offers and choose the card that will get you the most cash back for your planned purchases (See also: How Cash Rewards Credit Cards Work)

Don't miss out on easy cash back for your holiday purchases!

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