If you could earn cash back from shopping online would you do it?
April 2, 2007 1:37pm CST
I have recently joined an online mall that is free to signup. They give you cash back for your purchases when you shop through the stores in their mall. They have over 1,000 stores to choose from. Here lately I've been doing most of my shopping online since I've come across this website. Some of the places I shop from are like Babies R Us and Target for baby shower registries, Snapfish to print out my pictures, Old Navy, and I've found some really great cheap shoe stores. I figured if I'm already shopping online I might as well earn some of my money back by joining this mall. And they also give you cash back when you refer people to the mall and they shop. It's pretty cool. If anyone is interested just check out the website and join http://getmorepc.shop4zero.com/ . I swear it's really worth it if you ever shop online.
2 Apr 07
I already do! Of course i use a UK based cashback site with UK stores. It's called Pigsback, but i can't post a referral link i'm afraid, if someone wanted a referral i'd have to e-mail them. I've gotten quite a few Boots & Arcadia Group (Dorothy Perkins, Topshop/man, Burtons etc) vouchers out of it.
• United States
3 Apr 07
Thank you for the link, I will definately have to check it out. I love to shop online. It is so much better than having to go to the store, deal with crowds, not to mention I typically get crappy customer service. I like the convienience of shopping online because I can do it whenever I feel like it. I shop the most online when it is the holiday season and the stores are just way too busy. It is really hard to shop when the store is crowded, not to mention trying to chase my two kids around. Again, I will have to check out the link. Thank you.
• United States
4 Apr 07
I agree with you. I used to be so scared to shop online but now I love it. We actually did all of our Christmas shopping online this year. I just wish we had known about this mall before hand. With spending over $400 in Christmas presents we could have saved a ton of money.