Reminder: 15% Cash Back at Many Stores via Ebates Ends Tonight

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REMINDER: The 15% cash back on MANY stores from Ebates is ending tonight (Monday May 19th). Additionally, they added Kohls to the 15% cash back list for today only!

I just received a letter in the mail letting me know that Ebates is celebrating their 15th birthday and as a result many stores through their shopping portal are offering 15% cash back! This offer lasts through Monday May 19th.

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There are over 100 stores included, but my top favorite include:

  • Brooks Brothers
  • UGG
  • Sephora
  • Macy’s
  • Piperlime
  • LivingSocial
  • (today only)
  • TOMs
  • JCPenny

Most of these stores are typically 2-4% cash back, so getting 15% cash back is awesome! Also remember, you can combine the 15% cash back with the Amex Sync deal at Reebok (Spend $60+ online, get a $20 statement credit).

What is Ebates? Ebates is an online shopping portal where you simply go through their site to go to another merchants website. You ultimately make your purchase through the regular merchants website that you would have anyways by going directly to their online site. It just requires an extra step and you earn cash back along the way! Every 3 months, Ebates will send you a check for purchases posted during the previous quarter (as long as it is $5.01 or more, if not, it will be coupled with the next quarters check). Some shopping portals do pay out quicker then every 3 months, but to get 15% cash back on many stores is worth it. You can compare the cash back/points/miles for other online shopping portals at

You can sign up for for Ebates here and start shopping!

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