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$50 items for ~$5 net for new users / 20% back at Macy’s for everyone

Shopping portal TopCashBack is offering 20% cash back at That’s the best rate we’ve seen in at least the last 15 months according to CashBackMonitor. If you’re new to TopCashBack, this could get you a ~$50 item for about $5 net cost. That could be a terrific deal. The Deal TopCashBack is offering 20% back at If you’re new to TopCashBack, you can earn a $35 bonus (the best they’ve ever offered) when you sign up through this promotion…

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(EXPIRED) United Shopping Portal: Spend $250 At Macy’s & Earn 1,000 Bonus Miles

United Shopping Portal Macy's Bonus

The United MileagePlus shopping portal has a new promotion that’s offering 1,000 bonus miles when spending $250+ at Macy’s. Even better, they’ve temporarily increased the rate for Macy’s, so you can earn up to 14 miles per dollar. The Deal Earn 1,000 bonus miles when spending $250 at Macy’s having clicked through from the United shopping portal or by paying with a card linked to MileagePlus Shopping in-store offers. Direct link. Key Terms Expires December…

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(EXPIRED) Macy’s Amex Offer: Spend $100, Get $15 / 1,500 Membership Rewards

Macy's Amex Offer

In addition to the Nike gift card Amex Offer we wrote about this morning, there’s also a new Macy’s Amex Offer. The Deal There are a couple of variations of this deal: Spend $100, get $15 back Spend $100, get 1,500 Membership Rewards Key Terms Enrollment limited. Expires June 18, 2018. Offer valid online and in-store. Valid at any participating location in the US and US Territories. Not valid at outlet locations (in-store and online).…

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[Expired] 20% back at Macy’s, stack w/ coupon & gift card cash back

TopCashBack is offering 20% cash back today only at This stacks with 20% off via coupon code HURRY. You could also stack it with 4.5% back on gift cards from Seashells or buy through gift card resellers for a bit more savings. The Deal Get 20% cash back at TopCashBack on purchases at Direct link to Topcashback Key Terms Max cash back at the increased rate is $500 (max purchase of $2,500 – then 8% back) Apple products are not eligible for cash…

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Stacking for a great price on cookware at Macy’s

If you’re looking for a new set of stainless steel pots and pans, Macy’s has a nice deal today that can be stacked with an increased payout of 8 miles per dollar from the Alaska Airlines shopping portal. Additionally, there is a portal bonus that would yield another 500 miles after you spend $150 or more through the portal. Theoretically, that means you would need to find a cheap filler (more on that below). You can also combo this…

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[Expired] Up to 15x Ultimate Rewards at Macy’s today

This morning’s Portal Alerts showed Macy’s has increased to 10x through a couple of shopping portals. Clicking through to, we can see that is offering 10x Ultimate Rewards points: The fourth quarter bonus category for Chase Freedom cards includes department stores, meaning you should be able to earn an additional 5x on top of the portal payout (on up to $1500 in total 4th quarter bonus category spend) for a total of 15x. Interestingly, my Ink Plus account…

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Apple Watch sale at Macy’s, may stack with Discover for 10% back

Macy’s is advertising a “surprise sale” today. Part of the sale is a discount on Apple watches, which should stack with 10% cash back from Discover (which will double to 20% if you’re in the first year of a Discover IT card). That cash back could make these prices a great deal. One note of caution: Most portals explicitly exclude Apple products from earning cash back at Macy’s. Discover doesn’t include that exclusion on its site. I’d suggest taking…

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Free gifts instead of free travel

Usually, I argue against using bank points, airline miles, or hotel points to get “free gifts”.  In most cases, when using points to buy merchandise, you’ll get at best 1 cent per point value where you could have done much better by purchasing travel.  Worse, when you use points this way you almost always forgo store coupons and portal rewards that could have made your purchase much cheaper. Still, whether you want stuff for yourself…

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