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That’s double the public offer…

We can’t help but laugh writing this post. Why? Because the one thing everyone should be doing seems to be the one thing no one ever wants to read about on here. Funny how that goes. People fail to realize that in addition to credit card points, airline miles and hotel points – they can earn actual cash back – just for making an extra click before a purchase. It’s that simple. To help drill this lucrative point into peoples minds, TopCashBack.com has generously offered an exclusive bonus to our readers.

a group of buildings on a small island
Courtesy of Intercontinental Tahiti.

Explaining Cash Back Sites

The internet is all about commerce. Each click you send around the web is worth something. Sites such as TopCashBack.com get paid when people make sales on other websites. Since they get paid, they share the commission with you. It’s that simple. You get the same price from whatever lifestyle, shopping, clothing, travel company or whatever you buy, you still buy it on your favorite brands site, but for clicking over from TopCashBack, you receive a percentage back. And yes, just about any site you buy from that you can possibly think of is on TopCashBack.com. Like… Nike, Apple, Saks, major hotel chains, airlines, booking sites – you name it.

An Easy Example

Let’s say you wanted to book a lovely Intercontinental Hotel. You could go to Intercontinental directly and pay lets say… $200 for a night. But by first logging into Top Cash Back, and then clicking to Intercontinental’s direct booking site – you’d still pay $200, you still get your loyalty points – you just get a percentage back, in actual cash. That’s in addition to any points you earn from Intercontinental, and any credit card points you get for making the purchase.

a pile of money billsExclusive Earn $10 – Get $20

Some top brands in travel, fashion, tech and lifestyle offer more than 10% cash back on Top Cash Back. If you can find one of these that works for you, spending $100 would get you $10 back, and for earning $10 in cash back – TopCashBack.com is kicking in an exclusive bonus of $20, for a total of $30. That could truly be as sweet as spend $100, get $30 back in cash. Whatever the rate of cash back offered, you’re earning money back on every purchase, and when your cash back reaches $10, you get an extra $20 as a one time bonus. That’s fantastic return.

Who Can Get In

Anyone around the world using TopCashBack.com can get in. This is yet another reason why a VPN can be brilliant. Simply create an account using this exclusive link and when you’ve earned your first $10 in cash back, you’ll get your $20 bonus on top! We get $5 for sending you, so thanks in advance. Sometimes, everyone wins! In our opinion this is a no brainer, increasing the money you save and earn back on every travel purchase. It’s the rebate that keeps on rebating. What’s not to like? Oh – and like most great things, this offer expires – June 12th at midnight in fact.

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Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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  1. Just a heads up…if your TopCashBack account ever gets compromised (as mine recently did), the process for getting it unlocked is archaic and cumbersome. There is NO telephone number for TopCashBack! OK, minor inconvenience, you say? Might be if the process using e-mail was efficient — but it’s not! Expect delays of 24 to 48 hours to any e-mail you send. And then there’s the weird stuff TopCashBack asks for (via e-mail, remember) in order to verify you are who you say you are. I had to reset my e-mail password AND send TopCashBack three (3) recent purchases. Scratching my head, I did so only to receive a response more than 24 hours later saying that TopCashBack’s records didn’t match what I had sent (all the information I sent was 100% correct, so I don’t know where they were getting their information or how it was obtained. Next request? Send them my IP address! Honestly, I lost a little sleep over that one but after I verified (to the best of my ability) that the request was a legitimate one from TopCashBack, I sent it…with some misgivings. Finally, I received a password reset e-mail after almost a week of being unable to login to my account.

  2. Hi Jim,

    I’m sorry to hear that you had some trouble getting logged back in to your account. We do take account security seriously and we do also have other members who may be in a similar situation so we will always try to respond as soon as possible during these busy periods. I am glad that you were able to get back into your account now but if you would like any assistance going forward then you can always send myself a message through our Facebook page where we can assist you further.

    I hope this helps,

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