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Review: Discover Card Rewards

There are so many cashback programs out there. I used to be with cashbaq.com until they eventually merged with ebates.com. I do have an ebates.com account and occasionally use it. There is a site http://www.cashbackholic.com/. It is a cashback comparison shopping site. Type in the site you wish to get cashback, see if they have a cashback program, and then choose the site that offers the most cashback.

But lately, I have been just using my Discover credit card. You get 5% cashback (when you go through their shopping partner site). But sometimes you get 10% cashback depending on a promotional period. On top of that, any time I swipe my Discover card at a store, I get 1% cashback on my purchase.

Each shopping quarter, Discover specifies which category gets 5% cashback. For Oct-Dec, any Fashion and Restaurant purchase gets an auto 5% cashback when you swipe your card. This quarter so far, I’ve earned $30 cashback that can go towards my payment or a gift card or redeem it for merchandise.

So try to get a Discover card.

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Swagbucks

What I love about Swagbucks is that you get money for searching. It is a search engine that awards points in the from of “Swagbucks” for items even gift cards to Amazon and Paypal. I have been a member for about 1 year. I haven’t cashed my earnings yet but currently accumulated about 9,835 Swagbucks. You can also get Swagbucks by doing surveys, shop at participating stores (thousands of shops), or find swagcodes before they expire. So there are multiple of ways to earn Swagbucks.

It’s not a scam. Completely legit and awesome. They do not ask for anything in return.