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iConsumer Giving Double Cash Back At 1700+ Stores

iConsumer Giving Double Cash Back At 1700+ Stores
Jason Wuerch Mar 26, 2016
Want to Earn Some Extra Money?

iConsumer is one of the newer cash back portals, and until March 31st they’re offering double cash back at over 1700+ stores. You can get 6.4% off at Walmart, a cash back rate that you won’t find higher on any other portal site.

What Is iConsumer?

As mentioned above, iConsumer is an online shopping portal. These portals are websites that partner with thousands of retailers across the web and place their affiliate links onto one site. When you click on one of their links, they earn a commission and then give the majority of this amount back to the consumer – you – in the form of “cash back.”

The amount of cash back that you earn completely depends on the retailer that you’re shopping at. Right now they’re doubling the amount of cash back that you earn at most stores, and this offer will expire on March 31st.

Since iConsumer is so new, you have an advantage signing-up as a new member. Right now you automatically get a sign-up bonus of 100 shares in the company for free when you register a new account. If the company grows to be really big, you could end up getting a lot of money just for making an account.

What Are Some Good Cash Back Offers & How Do I Compare?

We browsed through their site to try and find some good cash back deals that you wouldn’t be able to find on other portals. Here’s what we found so far:

  • Walmart – 6.4%
  • Chegg – 16%
  • House of Harlow – 8%
  • Alibris – 8%
  • Crane & Co – 9.6%

A good way to check the highest amount of cash back that you can earn across all shopping portals is by using a resource called cashbackmonitor.com. This website allows you to compare cash back amounts across all portals. Simply type in the store you want to shop at in the search bar.

Final Thoughts

iConsumer is a great way to get some extra cash back for online shopping. I recommend using a portal for all online shopping. It’s basically getting extra money for doing something you would already do. While it may seem like an extra hassle at first, once you get used to it the process can be very quick. Thanks for reading and happy frugaling!

Jason Wuerch

My name is Jason Wuerch and I'm currently located in Madrid, Spain running a personal finance blog called Frugal For Less. My goal is to help everyone and anyone willing to make and save money through easy and simple ways that don't require much effort. Just because you're frugal doesn't mean you have to give up life's luxuries.

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