iConsumer’s Double Cash Back Promotion returns

Through 2/28/16 iConsumer is offering double cash back and double shares on purchases made between now and midnight (Central time) on 2/28/16.

iConsumer Double Cash Back Feb 2016

Important Note: The doubled rates are already shown on the iConsumer site.  For example, if a store shows 10% cash back, then it most likely used to be 5% but was doubled to 10%.  You will not earn 20% cash back in that example.

iConsumer isn’t offering double cash back for all stores, but most do seem to be included.  I found the following exceptionally high portal cash back rates through this morning’s Frequent Miler’s Portal Alerts (note: I am not recommending these stores – just pointing out a sampling of high cash back rates):

  • 1-800-Flowers: 32% (visit extremestacking.com to learn how to make the most of this)
  • Beezid: 48%
  • Birthday in a Box: 32%
  • Boomstreet: 25.6%
  • e-file.com: 64%
  • Entertainment Books: 32%
  • From You Flowers: 40%
  • TheLadders.com: 96%
  • McAfee: 40%
  • StopZilla: 80%
  • ValueMags: 80%

There are many more excellent cash back rates.  Listed above is just a sample of some of the highest rates I found.

For an overview of the iConsumer portal, please see: Can iConsumer really deliver cash + shares? My interview with iConsumer’s founder.

Name / LinkOfferFrequent Miler Notes
iConsumerWe'll each earn 100 shares of iConsumer stock if you use this link to sign up.In my experience, this has proven to be a reliable portal. With this portal you earn both cash back and shares in the iConsumer business. Requires $25 payable before they'll pay out.

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Last updated on December 31st, 2019

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