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Earn Cold Hard Cash Shopping At Your Favorite Stores

Ashley Rogers
June 6, 2019
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When it comes to saving money, Ebates has long been one of our secret weapons over here at The Money Manual. The site allows you to earn cash back from hundreds of stores, and on things you would be buying anyway. It’s a no-brainer if you are shopping online, and well, we shop online a heck of a lot over here.

Now, most of the time, shoppers are getting around 2 to 3% back when they use Ebates which is pretty good considering it takes absolutely zero time and effort, but our favorite trick to get the most out of Ebates is to check the “hot deals” and “double cash back” sections, where you can find insane deals, up to 40% cash back.

And, when it comes to getting cash back with Ebates we aren’t just talking about any stores, either, the list includes some of our all-time favorites from Michael Kors to Barneys to Shoes.com, Walgreens, Nike, Topshop, Madewell, and so many more.

Thinking about buying anything from shampoo to designer shoes to a new watch, you might as well do it utilizing Ebates, otherwise you’ll be leaving money on the table. Like, a lot of money.

If you haven’t used Ebates before you’ll automatically get $10 just for signing up.

Trust us, once you start using Ebates you’ll realize why so many bargain hunters swear by it.

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