Join Ebates Today, Get a $10 Gift Card!
This offer ends 7/26/11!
Choose from Barnes & Noble, Target, Home Depot, or Magazines.com $10 Gift Cards!
Gift Card is earned after your first $25 purchase made through an Ebates link.
Why Join Ebates?
Earn cash back for the online shopping that you already do! Ebates pays you cash back every time you shop online as well as provide you with the best coupon codes and online deals. There are no points to redeem, no forms to mail in, and no fees.
How Do I Earn Cash Back?
Purchases you make at Ebates stores are only credited if you start your shopping session at Ebates.com and click to a store via an Ebates link. Each store offers a different cash back percentage. Just look at the percentage next to the store name on the Ebates.com site to see how much savings you will earn. Stores pay Ebates a sales commission for sending shoppers their way, and Ebates uses the commission to pay you cash back! When someone you refer makes their first qualified purchase, you both get rewarded!
When Do I Get the Cash?
Most cash back rewards are credited within 48 hours. Some stores, however, may take up to 30 days to confirm your cash back.
Every 3 months, Ebates will send you a cash back payment for purchases posted during the previous quarter. You only have to earn $5.01 cash back to get a check! If you’ve earned less than $5.01 cash back, they’ll carry over your money to the next check. Bonus Rewards (Sign-Up Reward or Tell-A-Friend Bonus) do not count toward the minimum.
How Do I Get the Cash?
Currently Ebates offers 4 ways to receive payment:
- Big Fat Check: We send a check directly to you – mailing fees are on us.
- PayPal: We deposit your payment in your PayPal account – sender’s fees are on us.
- Charity/Organization/Family Member: If you don’t need cash back, why not send it to your favorite charity, organization, or family member? It’s free and mailing fees are on us.
- Ebates is currently testing other forms of rapid payment with select members including Visa® virtual; pre-paid Visa debit cards; and direct deposit into member bank accounts.