ShopAtHome: Earn $5 Bonus When Spending $25 At Participating Retailers

The ShopAtHome portal is offering a $5 bonus when spending $25 or more at participating retailers. While not as good as the United portal promotion for larger purchases, this is a good return if you’re spending close to $25.

ShopAtHome Portal Bonus $5

The Deal

  • Make a purchase of $25+ at participating retailers through the ShopAtHome portal and get a $5 bonus.
  • Direct link to offer.

Key Terms

  • Expiry date unknown.
  • Purchases made by resellers and/or bulk buyers may not be eligible for Cash Back, and do not qualify for Extra Cash Back, Special Events, or Bonus Offers.
  • Please allow 45 days for your Cash Back bonus to be credited to your account.

Quick Thoughts

ShopAtHome hasn’t done a great job of making this promotion clear. The email I received from them about it mentions a $5 bonus at the top, but the terms listed at the bottom of the email don’t mention the $5 bonus, only that you have to spend $25.

Meanwhile, the landing page that the email links to doesn’t mention the promotion whatsoever, nor does it advise anywhere what date this promotion ends. Given that it’s a Mother’s Day themed promo, I suspect it’ll end on May 11 or 12, but who knows.

If you were to spend $200 at a participating retailer, a $5 bonus is effectively only 2.5% extra – not amazing, but potentially worth considering depending on what other shopping portals are offering.

For smaller transactions though, a $5 bonus offers much better value. If you spend exactly $25, you’ll effectively be earning 20% on top of whatever cashback rate is paid normally for that retailer. Just make sure you’re spending $25 before tax. Participating retailers include Macy’s, FTD, StubHub, Walmart, Petco and more.

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