Never Pay Retail Again —How to Save Big Money Online with the Triple Dip
Today is a great day to get a great deal on eBay! You can save big money with the following combination:
- 2.5% cashback for eBay purchases on Topcashback.com
- 4X eBay Bucks on items $50 and over (this one is only is you have signed up for the eBay Buck program in advance) which is like getting 8% off
- 3% off eBay gift cards at ABCgiftcards.com
I love eBay. The merchandise is great and eBay blows away the mediocre prices on Amazon.com on a daily basis. You may not get y0ur product the next day but the savings are well worth the wait. And you will Never Pay Retail Again with my eBay shopping secrets.
Never Pay Retail Again — The eBay Triple Dip
- Buy a discounted eBay gift card from Raise, Cardpool, ABCgiftcards.com, CardCash. etc. (the really inspired shopper will use a cashback site to buy gift cards too)
- Use a cashback site like Topcashback.com to click through to eBay (today only 2.5%) cashback
- Activate a nice eBay Bucks offer like today’s 4X eBay Buck for an 8% purchase credit from eBay
Never Pay Retail Again –The Traditional Triple Dip
The traditional Triple Dip can be summarized as follows:
- Use a cash back shopping portal like Topcashback.com, Splender.com, ActiveJunky.com, FatWallet.com
- Grab a coupon code from sites like Coupons.com or Retailmenot.com. Please be advised that sometime using coupon codes can affect your ability to get cash back. The best course is to use the coupons directly on the cashback sites.
- Buy a gift card from sites like Raise, Cardpool
- Use all of them together in one transaction
One Chink in the Armor — Most Cashback Sites Cheat
Topcashback.com is free to join by clicking here. You can get paid at any time after your cash back vests via Paypal, ACH transfer or Amazon Gift Card (you get a 2.5% bonus if you accept your payout in the form of an Amazon gift card), the payouts are free, you can get paid $10 when you refer a friend and they have over 3,500 merchants to choose from.
The problem is that Topcashback.com, like most cash back sites, seem to “forget” to record most of the purchases you make on their sites. in my experience, Topcashback is one of the worst at “remembering” that you made a purchase through their portal. My $6,000 plus of purchases at Dick’s Sporting Goods have yielded less than $50 of cash back so far (although more than $180 is owed). However, Topcashback.com has been perfect on all of my eBay purchases.
The most honest cash back site is by far and away, ActiveJunky.com. ActiveJunky.com offers generous cash back deals and it is without a doubt the single best cashback site out there. The second best is Splender.com (which still owes me some cash for BassPro.com purchases) but has been excellent in offering cash back for many other purchases.