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20% cash back on Amazon, Overstock, TigerDirect gift cards and more w/ebillme

TripleCCC 122 December 6, 2011 at 06:10 AM in Mail In Rebate (19)
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ebillme.com has all their gift cards at double cash back today only (Dec. 6) which means 20% cash back for new users with a maximum of $20 earned for each card. Ends tonight.

Return users doubles too to 2% with a $20 limit.

Check them out - some good cards for Christmas gifts http://www.ebillme.com/gift-cards/

Here are the terms: https://www.ebillme.com/learn/pro...onGiftCard

2x Tuesday Holiday Cash Back on Gift Cards Earn double the advertised Cash Back when you buy Gift Cards at eBillme.com on orders placed Tuesday December 6th, 2011 and pay using your bank’s online bill pay. 10% Cash Back for new customers - doubles to 20%, to a max. of $20 per order. 1% Cash Back for repeat/existing customers - doubles to 2%, to a max of $20 per order. Restrictions apply.

Limited time offer. Tuesday December 6th, 2011 only.
Offer applies to eBillme gift card purchases: 10% cash back rewards, which doubles to 20%, to a max of $20 per order is available to NEW eBillme customers. If you have received or participated in any other eBillme Cash Back promotion, instant rebate coupon or mail-in rebate, you cannot participate in this offer and do not qualify for 10% cash back; you will earn 1% cash back, which doubles to 2% - to a max of $20 per order.
You may earn up to maximum of $200 every 12 months.
Order must be paid in full, using eBillme, to earn your Cash Back.
Cannot be combined with any other eBillme coupon or rebate offers. Using another offer with your order will invalidate your earnings.
Not applicable to returned products.
Not applicable to refunded orders due to out of stock inventory.
eBillme reserves the right to change or terminate this offer at any time.

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#2
Have you bought through them before?
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yes, I've bought a few gift cards before which means I can only get the 2% cash back today but wanted to let everyone who has never bought with them they can get 20%

I like buying for gifts for out of town friends to send in an email but also just to use for my own online shopping Smilie
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Does this mean I can buy 10 separate cards for $200 total bonus,
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Please read the terms:
Limited time offer. Tuesday December 6th, 2011 only.
Offer applies to eBillme gift card purchases: 10% cash back rewards, which doubles to 20%, to a max of $20 per order is available to NEW eBillme customers. If you have received or participated in any other eBillme Cash Back promotion, instant rebate coupon or mail-in rebate, you cannot participate in this offer and do not qualify for 10% cash back; you will earn 1% cash back, which doubles to 2% - to a max of $20 per order.
You may earn up to maximum of $200 every 12 months.
Order must be paid in full, using eBillme, to earn your Cash Back.
Cannot be combined with any other eBillme coupon or rebate offers. Using another offer with your order will invalidate your earnings.
Not applicable to returned products.
Not applicable to refunded orders due to out of stock inventory.
eBillme reserves the right to change or terminate this offer at any time
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Quote from BonusDealer View Post :
Does this mean I can buy 10 separate cards for $200 total bonus,
Sounds like you are limited to one order with a maximum of $20 cashback.
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So you spend $100 and you get $20 back.
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#8
How do you get your cash back?
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Grr double post
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I was all about the amazon gift card, but not after learning how to redeem the cash back reward:

Getting your Cash Back

Your cash back earnings may be redeemed one of 2 ways:

eBillme Coupon:
After you earn a minimum of $10.00 USD, you can turn your earnings into a coupon from your monthly Cash Back statement. To redeem your coupon code simply enter it on the eBillme Terms and Conditions page as you checkout with eBillme at one of our participating merchants.

Check by Mail:
You can choose to earn a minimum of $50.00 USD and then redeem your Cash Back in the form of a check that we will mail to your billing address. Please note any remainder of your balance will remain in your Cash Back account.
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I've used Ebillme before in the past. If i'm not mistaken, in order to get the money back, you have to accumulate $50 in cash back before you can receive a check. If you have less than that amount, you can only use the cash back as a discount towards the purchase of future gift cards

http://www.ebillme.com/customer-s...e-rewards/

The eBillme Cash Back program has a redemption minimum of $10. Once you’ve reached $10 or more you can cash out for a coupon in $10 increments or you can cash out with a check once you’ve reached $50. On the 15th of each month, we’ll email you a statement with a summary of how many cash back rewards you have, and how you can cash in.

Maximum allowable cash back earnings are $200 every 12 months (across all eBillme merchants, gift cards, and offers).
When redeeming cash back please note: online coupon code will be active immediately; allow 8-10 weeks delivery for check (check will be send by mail).

You can log in to the eBillme Cash Back portal any time, to check your rewards, and if you meet the redemption amounts, you can request a coupon code, or a check.
To log in, you need your email address and your eBillme account # (begins with EB).
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So you spend $100 and you get $20 back.

How about placing 5 orders of $100 each, then in 30 or 60 days you request your check?
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How about placing 5 orders of $100 each, then in 30 or 60 days you request your check?
It says a minimum of $50 for a check. You'd only be able to do one order per account, so each account would have $20 in credits.

I assume you cannot combine account credits. If you can, then your method should work.

Even if it doesn't work, you can use the $20 towards a $50 amazon card, and in the end you will have $100 in Amazon gift cards and have spent $50 + $30 for them. $80 for $100 is good in my opinion.
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How about placing 5 orders of $100 each, then in 30 or 60 days you request your check?

Would be awesome but you won't be a "new" customer for orders 2-4 will u nod
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Quote from digglestein View Post :
I was all about the amazon gift card, but not after learning how to redeem the cash back reward:

Getting your Cash Back

Your cash back earnings may be redeemed one of 2 ways:

eBillme Coupon:
After you earn a minimum of $10.00 USD, you can turn your earnings into a coupon from your monthly Cash Back statement. To redeem your coupon code simply enter it on the eBillme Terms and Conditions page as you checkout with eBillme at one of our participating merchants.

Check by Mail:
You can choose to earn a minimum of $50.00 USD and then redeem your Cash Back in the form of a check that we will mail to your billing address. Please note any remainder of your balance will remain in your Cash Back account.
I think I am going to give it a try, spend $100.00 on an amazon gift card, get the $20.00 credit, then it appears you can make a custom giftcard with a minimum of $25.00, so you can get $125 worth of gift card for $105
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