TopCashBack: Spend $20 at Walmart, Get $20 Cash Back (New Members)

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TopCashBack.com rebates you back a percentage of your purchases made through online stores like Macys.com or Walmart.com. There are many such cashback portals, but TopCashBack promises to rebate you 100% of all commissions earned. If you are going to shop online for Black Friday, Cyber Monday, or any day, you should try to use a cashback portal. Many will boost their payouts on certain days.

TopCashBack wants you to pick them this Black Friday, so they are offering $20 back on anything at Walmart for new users. This matches the highest new member offer I’ve seen from them – it usually never goes above $10 value. Here are the directions:

  1. Sign up at this specific link for new TopCashback account (my referral link specific to this offer). It’s free to join and they won’t ask for credit card info. You should see “$20 to Spend at Walmart Freebie”. Be sure to check your email and click on the link to confirm your email address.
  2. Once you’ve successfully signed up, you should be redirected to the Walmart freebie offer page (screenshot). Click on the pink “Get Offer Now” Button.
  3. Spend $20.00 or more on anything from Walmart and head to checkout. Try Free Store Pick-up or Free Shipping over $35.
  4. You must spend at least $20.00 to get this deal. The $20.00 will post to your TopCashback account within 14 days, and the amount will become payable. Cash back can be credited straight to your checking or PayPal account.

Offer ends November 25th, 2018 at 23:59 PST. Walmart’s website has been getting better over time; if you haven’t shopped there in a while you might be pleasantly surprised. Just find something you’d buy anyway, and this should be an easy $20. For example, I recently loaded up on their foaming hand soap refills – they are the cheapest that I’ve found on a per ounce basis.

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  1. Can that site send you a check in the mail, like ebates ?

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