GivingAssistant.org is offering 5% cash back on *all* Amazon purchases (sold by Amazon not 3rd party sellers) only through the end of the month plus a bonus of $5 for all new users. The name doesn't sound like cash back site… it sounds more like a charity/donation site. That's because its a hybrid of cash back and donations. Refer your friends to get a bonus of $5 (both you and your friends get $5).
GivingAssistant Amazon 5% Cash Back (Expires end of Oct)
Most cash back sites offer some % on Amazon purchases but only for a limited group of categories — usually things that I never buy. For example, TopCashBack.com offers up to 6% on things like halloween costumes, clothing, and home services. As a result, I stopped using cash back sites for my Amazon purchases.
Why I like it:
- they say they give back 100% of their commission
- some % cash back on *all* Amazon purchases (where I buy so much stuff)
- they donate lots of meals to those in need
- live chat for help on cash back issues
- I got cash back from my first purchase in 3 days (from Adorama.com)
Other Cash Back Sites
My go to sites for cash back until now have been TopCashBack, BeFrugal ($10 Bonus for new users), and eBates ($10 bonus for new users). I usually don't check all of them as they usually offer close to the same % cash back so spending time checking them all is often a waste. I will definitely be consider using GivingAssistant.org going forward.
You say you don’t spend much time searching the different reward sites. What if it was easy? Try this site: http://www.cashbackmonitor.com/
You can check any store against numerous sites at once.
Yes, I have used that one and http://www.cashbackholic.com/ many times however the result is almost always the same with the sites I mentioned always at the top. In the few cases they were not the top, I didnt think it was worth it to have an extra dollar more in an account I never use.