5% Cash Back at Walmart or 10% With Discover Card
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When you shop at Walmart.com today (November 3, 2014), you’ll get 5% cash back if you 1st go through the TopCashBack portal.
I’ll tell you the restrictions. And I’ll explain how you can save another 2.2% or an extra 5%!
Today Only Get 5% Cash Back at Walmart.com Through TopCashBack
The 5% cash back deal is only available at Walmart.com (not physical locations) and you must 1st click through TopCashBack.
There purchases are NOT eligible:
- gift cards (drat!)
- cellular purchases (such as iPhones)
- prepaid phone cards
- Sam’s Club
- financial services
- Wal-Mart Connect Internet Service
How to Get Another 5% Cash BackLink: Discover It Link: Barclaycard Arrival Plus
Through December 31, 2014, when you use your Discover It card, you’ll save 5% on all your online shopping, up to $1,500 in purchases. So you can get a maximum of $75 this quarter. (You have to register your card.)
I don’t currently get a commission for the Discover It card, but I always tell you about the best deals!
That said, I checked evreward.com to see if TopCashBack has the best deal. It does, but it’s matched by ShopDiscover and Upromise.
And those shopping portals might give you 5% beyond today. But you have to check 1st because the deals are always changing!
If you don’t have the Discover It card, remember you can use your Barclaycard Arrival Plus to get 2X points on all purchases. Then you can use those points to get 2.1% back on your travel purchases.
And a $5 Statement Credit!
You can use an AMEX card to get $5 off a $15 purchase as well!
Go through TopCashBack today to get 5% cash back at Walmart.com. This deal is NOT available in physical Walmart stores. And there are restrictions on what you can buy.
Use your Discover It card to get another 5% back. That’s because all online purchases get 5% cash back with the Discover It card through December 31, 2014, when you register.
Or use your Barclaycard Arrival Plus to earn 2X points and redeem them for 2.1% back on travel purchases.
If you missed this deal, check evreward.com to see if other shopping portals can match this offer!
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