Please note - 12% cash back will be paid on purchases made only within the following nine categories:
Kitchen Carts, Cookware Sets, Small Appliances, Furniture, Textiles, Tabletop & Bar, Luggage, Wall Decor and Home Decor.
You can still purchase products from other categories using TopCashback, however those purchases will not be eligible for cash back.
At present we do not receive cash back for other categories from The Home Depot, therefore we are unable to pay cash back to our members on purchases made from all categories.
Agreed. No cashback outside of the stated categories. Just bought a bunch of Roof Sealants without any cashback
@fatwking I occasionally use DuckDuckGo, and would probably do so more if I was in a witness protection program or had a high security profile somewhere. I just use Bing for the rewards (it’s my home page, but I only use it a few minutes each morning).
At this point Microsoft should be aware that I like quickly flashing up news briefs, movie cast members, and dig Amazon gift cards. Beyond that, not so much–well, at least from Bing.
I too value privacy, and don’t participate in social media stuff like Facebook, Twitter, and so on. Never have! Oh well. And I’m more humored than bothered by “targeted” ads that pop for me thanks to prior Google searches.
We, the people, have the power to take back our privacy that these big techs have decimated and blatantly violated. If enough people started using alternatives that work just as well and actually defend our privacy, these tech behemoths (Goog, Amz, Fbook, Msft, etc.) will lose power and will bend to the will of the people. We need to take that power away from them.
@sportsfan64 If I only had a nearby Kmart or Sears store to burn points at! Our local Kmart store shut down over a year ago, and our local Sears store is in the final stage of closing–not much left there, and no store pickup possible.
Plus for online sales, they no longer accept points to pay towards shipping. So I’m out of pocket for that on any online order.
Hmm. Do I sound a tad spoiled? I guess I am–those glory days of carloads of free stuff at Kmart while outfitting a woodworking shop at Sears are clearly over!
This doesn’t seem hot enough, IMHO, to warrant a separate thread, but I’ll share it here in case it helps anyone:
20% Dyson Coupon: Save on items direct from Dyson. No minimum purchase required. Valid for two uses. Ends 2/17.
What is the Promotion? This Coupon is a 20% discount valid from 6:00 AM PT on February 12, 2019 until 11:59 PM PT on February 17, 2019. No minimum purchase required from eligible items sold by the Seller listed below. The Coupon discount is capped at a maximum value of $100. Warranties and protection plans are excluded. Eligible Seller: dysonoutlet How to redeem your Coupon: Shop for eligible items from specific sellers as listed above. Enter the Coupon code in the redemption code field: JUST4DYSON Pay for your item by 11:59 PM PT on February 17, 2019. Additional Coupon Terms & Conditions: Limit one use per transaction (or cart) while supplies last. Max two redemptions per user. Coupon is subject to U.S laws, void where prohibited, not redeemable for cash, has no face value, and cannot be combined with any other Coupon, or when paying with PayPal Credit Easy Payments or Gift Cards. eBay may cancel, amend, or revoke the Coupon at any time.
In a controversial move, a bankruptcy judge approved the $5.2 billion sale of most of Sears’ assets to the hedge fund controlled by Sears’ chairman and former CEO, Eddie Lampert. This keeps 425 stores open and saves 45,00 jobs. Sears’ last profitable year was in 2010… since then it has lost $12 billion. Creditors are now expected to get only a pittance of the $3 billion owed. The judge scolded Lampert to make substantive changes going forward instead of being a stereotypical robber baron.