How to get more ‘discounts’ while shopping online

July 7th, 2016 by admin

Do you already shop at Lazada, Groupon, Zalora, Asos, Redmart, Foodpanda, Agoda, Expedia or Jetstar to name a few? Guess what? You can get an additional 2-12% rebate, just with a few extra clicks! What’s more, if this is your first time trying Shopback, sign up through this link and you can get a $5 sign up bonus upon signing up, and another $5 after your first purchase. That’s a total of $10 just for starters!

How It Works
Our merchants reward us with a commission for referring you to shop on their site. Instead of keeping the rewards all to ourselves, we share them with you! – Shopback

So basically, all you need to do is log on to shopback, and click on the shop link on shopback. You’ll get redirected to the shop, complete your shopping, and tadaa, you’re cashback will show up in your account as pending after a couple of days.

Cashback Buddy

But, but … how am I suppose to remember which sites works with Shopback and which doesn’t? Don’t worry! There’s a simple way actually. Just install the “Shopback Cashback Buddy“. It’s a chrome or safari extension, and it alerts you whenever you are on a site that works with Shopback. Just click the red [S] button, wait for it to turn green, and voila, you are good to go!

Payout through Paypal

You may be wondering if it’s legit. Yes it totally is. You can cash out once you hit a $10 cashback (excluding bonuses), and get your payout through Bank Transfer or Paypal. I’ve redeemed $77.79 so far, and I’m about to redeem $20.19 more once I finish this post.

To redeem your cashout, click on Total on the top right of your browser, click redeemable, and just “request payout”.

Ready to give it a try? Sign up through this link and you can get a $5 sign up bonus upon signing up, and another $5 after your first purchase.

Disclaimer: I’m not paid by Shopback to write this article, but I do get a $5 referral bonus if you sign up through my link, and make a purchase above $25.

FRANKly speaking, 6% rebate is a lot!

July 3rd, 2014 by admin

Update: Btw, the main reason why I feel this card isn’t attractive anymore, is that online spending no longer counts towards the minimum $500 spend. – 5 July 2016

Update: OCBC changed it’s terms & conditions wef Oct 2015. The Frank Credit Card no longer remains attractive. – 8 Dec 2015

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