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TopCashBack is offering increased payouts via certain cash out methods from now until November 16, 2018. You can get a bonus of 7% if you cash out via Virtual Visa Gift Card, 8% via Hotels.com gift card, or as high as 10% with some retailers. That could be a nice little boost to your cash back if you’ve been letting it accumulate.
- Get bonuses via select cash out methods when you cash out your TopCashBack balance between November 1st – November 16th, 2018 at 2pm PST. Receive a bonus when you cash out via the following methods:
- Direct link to this promotion
If you cash out via Virtual Visa, keep in mind that your Virtual Card will be emailed directly to you from firstname.lastname@example.org with a subject line of “Your TopCashback Reward has Arrived”. You’ll then register it with your name and address and be able to use it online. TopCashBack also indicates that it can be used with some apps (think GrubHub or UberEats maybe) — it should be easy enough to use most of it between online purchases and things like that and then use any small remainder for an Amazon gift card.
Other retailer payouts excite me less since you can often buy those gift cards online for a discount — if you cashed out your virtual Visa and then used it to buy discounted gift cards to those retailers, you might do even better (especially if you can shop through a portal like Top Cash Back when doing so).
Still, if you have a hotel stay you need to book today and you have $300 in cash back lying around, you could get yourself an extra twenty-four bucks towards the room today, and that may represent real savings for you (just be sure your chosen hotel accepts hotels.com gift cards).
I think the offer that makes the most sense for most people is likely the 7% bonus for Virtual Visa payouts. That’s a pretty decent bonus, especially if you’ve got a good chunk of cash back waiting to be redeemed.
H/T: Running with Miles