Ev’Reward – Max Out Online CashBack Rebates

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I get a lot of ‘check this site out’ e-mails, but this one actually looks useful. As I’ve mentioned before, many sites like Fatwallet, Upromise, and eBates offer cashback on online purchases if you purchase through their portal. Usually I have to do a quick comparison on all three to see which one offers the best deal for the specific store I’m buying from. This new (beta) site, EvReward.com, does the comparisons for me and includes tons of cashback portals I’ve never even heard of. It even includes the frequent flyer miles-earning options, for you mileage junkies.

Of course, one issue is the reliability of the listed portals in giving your cashback, as you have to use their specific link, enable cookies, and then wait months to get your rebate. I’ve only used FatWallet and eBates with good success. Still, EvReward is my newest bookmark.

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Comments

  1. Oooh. I love this. Thanks, Jonathan.

  2. Oooh. I love this. Thanks, Jonathan.

  3. Dang. Double posted. Sorry.

  4. VERY cool! Thankyou. (Now to figure out why some of these sites keep telling me I’m blocking cookies even though I’m not. LOL.)

  5. Very nice…surprised I haven’t seen this site mentioned elsewhere. Thanks!

  6. Hey, here’s another good one, a college saving site called Little Grad (www.littlegrad.com — sent to me by my sis, the super online shopper.) They have TONS of partner sites and a super easy setup. I put the money into our 529, but they let you put in whatever account you want…

  7. I signed up with Little Grad and I LOVE it. It’s super easy and it has so many of the online stores that I use anyway. It’s FREE money.

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