Using e-bates to get money!

Written on 11/19/2012

So I wanted to post this before I forgot! My brain is officially mush after last weekend! Post on that coming later…

Anyway. If you are like me and you love shopping online this site is stinking amazing. I’m seriously NOT into signing up for stuff online that promises money back etc. but a friend who is a major legit coupon queen shared it and because I totally trust her I checked it out. It’s bomb.

Basically you go to the site, sign up, choose the store you want to shop at (there’s literally about any store you could think of) some of my frequents include, Nordstrom, Old Navy, Amazon, Groupon Etc…. Anyway you get a percentage back for whatever you spend and they mail you a check every 3 months. And they automatically give you the latest coupon code to use before you shop! ALSO you get a $10 gift card (I chose target) when you spend your first $25! I’m a little giddy.

Another thing. The Thomas family doesn’t use Credit cards. We don’t even have one! We’re cash or nothing kinda people so this is a great way to get some rewards for shopping without having to sign up for a credit card.

So do yourself a favor and go sign up. And share this goodness with friends!


3 Responses to “Using e-bates to get money!”

  1. Julie Says:

    November 19th, 2012 at 8:35 pm

    So fun seeing you at the Heritage Fair. My child found your Motrin. Just kidding! Hope you are feeling better.
    You had such a cute shop. The girls love their hair clips. Ivy has worn the owl one the last two days. You are one talented lady.

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