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TopCashBack increased payouts today only: eBags 24%, Lord & Taylor 16%, Dell 10%, and more

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Today only, TopCashBack is offering double cash back with increased payouts at a number of popular retailers – including 24% back at eBags. Not all retailers are quite doubled from previous rates (we know, for instance, that eBags was paying 15% on most purchases and 20% on Tumi purchases a few days ago). Still, several of these payouts are better-than-average and worth a look. Stores with increased payouts are as follows: Lord & Taylor, Was…

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Ebates Triple Cash Back Week – up to 24% cash back

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Ebates is offering up to triple cash back this week at select retailers.  Some payouts are quite good while others are average. It’s always smart to check the current rates at Cashbackmonitor.com.  For example, 9% at Kohl’s looks pretty good.  It’s not the highest historical rate, but it is only the second time in 2017 that the rate has exceeded 6%. One retailer that could potentially be interesting is Spring.  Ebates is offering 24% cash…

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14% Cash Back at Kohl’s, Sears, 175+ stores at Ebates

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Ebates is offering increased cash back rates at more than 175 stores for one day only today. If you don’t yet have an Ebates account, you can sign up here. Rates are at or near 15-month highs on several stores.  For example, according to Cash Back Monitor, Sears hasn’t been higher than 12% in the past 18 months: Kohl’s hit 15% one day in the past 15 months and hasn’t been higher than 12% otherwise:…

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Is the Costco Anywhere Visa the best new cash back card?

Costco Anywhere Visa

Costco recently switched their co-branded card from Amex to Citibank.  Now, in store, they accept only Visa credit cards (or Visa/MC debit cards).  And, they now offer a co-branded Visa credit card instead of the old Amex Costco card. On the surface, the new Costco Anywhere Visa card looks pretty awesome with 4% cash back for gas, 3% cash back for travel and dining, and 2% cash back for Costco purchases.  And, the card has…

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Can iConsumer really deliver cash + shares? My interview with iConsumer’s founder.

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A new cash back portal, iConsumer, made a big splash last month by offering some of the best cash back rates around.  Some examples include: 8% cash back for Ebay (briefly 16%!) and 32% cash back for 1800Flowers. Many of those great rates were due to a Double Cash Back promotion (which I wrote about here) that ended January 30th. Beyond a few excellent cash back rates, the really interesting thing about iConsumer is that…

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Fidelity’s new 2% cash back Visa Signature card now available

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You’ve probably seen the news by now: Fidelity has dropped Amex.  Fidelity’s Amex card used to be the only no annual fee 2% cash back card on the market.  Then, Citibank introduced their Double Cashback card, which is essentially a no-annual-fee 2% cash back MasterCard.  Now Fidelity is dropping Amex in favor of Visa. You can read the details in this New York Times article: Fidelity Switches to Visa for Credit Card Branding. According to…

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Best credit card combos: Cash Back

Credit Card Combos

This is part 5 of a multi-part series of “best credit card combos”. The goal is to find the combination of 2, 3, or maybe 4 credit cards that, together, offer the best rewards for day to day spend. The series, so far, is as follows: Best credit card combos: Ultimate Rewards (earn up to 2.16 points per dollar) Best credit card combos: Membership Rewards (earn up to 2.56 points per dollar) Best credit card…

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