(EXPIRED) 20% back at Dell, 12% back at Sears, many more at Top Cash Back


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Top Cash Back is offering some great increased payouts today (Monday, May 28, 2018). Some of these are excellent deals — especially 20% back at Dell, which could mean a substantial savings – especially if you stack it with one of their many gift card bundled deals. As always, check rates against other portals via Cash Back Monitor to make sure you’re getting a deal.

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Quick Thoughts

Many of these rates are quite good, with some high payouts available at retailers that have stacking deals available. For example, the 20% back at Dell.com would stack nicely with many of their deals that get bundled with gift cards. For example, this Dell monitor is available for $399.99, bundled with a $150 promotional gift card.

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After 20% cash back, your net cost would be $320 for the monitor and $150 promotional gift card. That’s a pretty solid deal compared to other results via Google Shopping.

Some of the other high-payout retailers have other simultaneous deals running. For example, there is a Current Amex Offer out for eBags (either spend $75, get 1500 Membership Rewards points or spend $75, get $15 back depending on your offer):

Stack that with 20% cash back from Top Cash Back for a pretty solid deal. Even if you only have the $15 back version and/or only value Membership Rewards points at 1c each, that’s still a total of $30 back on $75 between the portal and the Amex Offer — making it pretty easy to find a decent deal. You might even be able to stack it further by first buying a gift card with an Amex card synced with the offer and then using that gift card and a second offer-synced Amex card to pay for $150 worth of merchandise. You may then get a total of $60 back on $150 (or $30 in cash back and 3,000 points). YMMV on earning cash back when using an eBags gift card, but I think it would likely work. See our Complete Guide to Amex Offers for more on syncing an offer on multiple cards.

This cash back event is being sponsored by Sears. While we used to often see increased offers for Sears, it has become less common to see high payouts over the past year or two. According to Cash Back Monitor’s historical rate information, payouts at Sears have only met or exceeded 12% twice previously in the past 15 months.

As always, shop around to be sure you’re getting a good rate and deal, but there are certainly some good opportunities today via Top Cash Back.

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