September 27, 2018

Earning Cash Back on Online Purchases

If you know me, you know that I love a good deal. Not much makes me happier than getting a great deal on something that my family needs (or wants). Over the years, I've learned a lot of little ways to save money on different things so that we can buy what we need and want. Cash back on online shopping is one of the ways that I have saved through the years.

I recently started using Giving Assistant which is a site that lets shoppers earn cash back from the online purchases that they're already making. It is different than other cash back sites in the way that you can donate 1-100% of your cash back to a nonprofit of your choice.

It is pretty awesome because you would not be spending any extra money out of your pocket but really, just donating what you earned back on purchases that you were already making. Giving Assistant has over 3,000 partner brands. They not only have cash back but also offer online coupon codes for 6,000 brands. You can earn up to 10% back on your purchases. For example, if you shop at a store that has 10% cash back and you spend $100, you can take that $10 you earn back and donate it to your favorite nonprofit.

Giving Assistant has a free browser extension so making money while you shop takes no extra work. I love this because at times, it can be easy to forget to go to the cash back site before you buy. So far, they have been able to raise over $4 million to over 18,000 good causes.

These are some of my favorite cash back deals from Giving Assistant:

-Home Depot- 8% back
With all of our home improvement projects going on, this would be amazing!!

-Walmart- 11% back

-Groupon- 7% cash back

-JcPenney- 6% cash back

-Macy's- 7% cash back

I'm kind of freaking out over these deals because these are all stores that I have purchased things online at and the cash back amount is higher than many other sites!

Check out Giving Assistant to save on the online purchases that you're already making!

This post is sponsored by Giving Assistant. All opinions are my own.

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