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Rewards for Using a Cash Rebate Card

Some credit cards are considered to be a cash rebate card simply because they offer a rebate each time a person makes a purchase using the card. This can add up to plenty of money depending on how frequently the actual card is being used. People have saved money on certain items that they buy too, including gas and groceries. These kinds of rebates are used to acquire people to use their credit card more often. People really feel they are being paid for staying devoted customers and credit card consumers see a steady go back on the rebate plan. This can work for everybody concerned.

Rebates can vary depending on how much an individual spends and the things they spend money on. The simplest way a person can take advantage of their particular rebate is to pay off their credit card balance each month when they use their cash rebate card. This will limit the interest they will have to pay each month. The rebate is going to be extra money that they will get at the end of the year. These rebates can be used toward anything that a person wants to buy. The credit card company will send a person an inspection that they can deposit into their account.

A funds rebate card is an rewards to use ones credit card. They are a way of saying thank you for using the card. Many people like to see their rebate stability go up each month. This is often a good way to save regarding something at the beginning of the year. Many people will go shopping or they will buy something for their home with all the rebate from their money rebate card. After the New Year, the rebate will start again. The returns of this cash discount card can be a nice big surprise for those who spent a lot of money on holiday presents as well as other items during the year.

Comments: 40

  1. Nathanael March 1, 2013 at 4:06 pm Reply

    I don’t really want to have a dollar go unused, and as far as I know all the relief fund organizations don’t accept donations of less than a dollar. What can I do to get rid of the last few cents?

  2. Jona March 12, 2013 at 7:36 pm Reply

    I have never used a prepaid debit card. I would rather just withdrawal the money and put in my bank account. Am I able to do that with this card?

  3. Annabel March 26, 2013 at 5:37 pm Reply

    I have 5, possibly 7 credit cards I want to consolidate or get a loan to pay off. Can you give me a link to find the best card with the lowest interest & balance transfer? I’m looking at American Express, personal blue card. What do you think?

  4. Leonardo May 9, 2013 at 11:55 pm Reply

    i received a rebate from an item i purchased on black friday, but instead of a check, i recieved a debit mastercard for 60 dollars. I would like to redeem it for cash instead of having the card. one way i know i can do is buy something with the card and return it for cash.

    is there an easier way to redeem the cash? like go to the bank and get a cash advance from it?

  5. Felica May 17, 2013 at 10:58 am Reply

    Several weeks ago, I purchased a phone with a rebate offer. I recently received my rebate but it came in the form of a quasi-credit card. It has a Visa logo on it with a 16-digit number. My question is, how can I put this money into my checking account? I really don’t want to use the money in this plastic for consumption purposes. Can anyone help?

  6. Jessi June 9, 2013 at 4:38 am Reply

    BUYERS 30% Cash Back Rebate to Buyer Sell Your House for only $8,850

  7. Darron June 15, 2013 at 12:56 pm Reply

    If you used to have perfect credit but have made some late payments following a move, job loss, deaths in family or health care crisis, erroneous charges or other fraud on accounts, or other life-changing events, is there a credit card offering a good APR introductory rate who isn’t going to consider you “high risk” and take advantage of your current situation to change you from the best rate to the worst? Is there anything where your money does some good like “working assets” that hasn’t been swallowed up by B of A or MBNA? Does a credit score of about 650 mean you should be paying the worst APR rate?

  8. Keila June 18, 2013 at 2:00 pm Reply

    If I accidentally go over my limit, and say charge $1,000,000 on my credit card in November, why should Visa charge me an overlimit fee?

    Provided I pay off what I owe, Visa makes a ton of money from their merchant fees. Why punish me for making them more money?

  9. Tambra June 25, 2013 at 8:31 pm Reply

    I know you mail them in but once you get them how do you use them? Are they checks? How do you cash them? Can they be deposited into a bank account?

  10. Dimple June 25, 2013 at 10:02 pm Reply

    anyone knows? I check capital one, chase, citi. However, I dont know which one has the high cash rebate.

  11. Shanna July 7, 2013 at 11:10 am Reply

    In India, Hewlett-Packard is offering a free USB based TV tuner card with all laptop purchases. The brand is Hauppauge with remote, which they claim costs 6500 Indian Rupees.And I need to register the product and send them 500 Indian Rupees as postal charges.Now how good is the product quality? And what is the actual market price of this?
    They also happen to be offering a free USB Based External Data Card with the laptops. Again I need to register the product and take a connection with Reliance Web World for 3300 Indian Rupees.
    Now dont you feel this is a very cheap gimmick by a company like HP? The promotions are splashed all over and its only after purchasing and registering the product the customer understands he needs to shell out extra money to get these free offers.
    Due to such company promotions present, the dealer also backs away from providing any freebies with the purchase, which they otherwise do. And finally the customer is kind off cheated by HP as well as the dealer

  12. Phung July 28, 2013 at 12:00 pm Reply

    Everytime I go, they ask me it I have a card but what is the benefit of getting one. No, I don’t want the stuff they tell me — I want to know from real users. Is it worth applying for it. I’ll be living in Singapore fore five years.

  13. Allyn September 8, 2013 at 5:52 am Reply

    I am planning of applying for a credit card with American Airlines. I fly two to three times each year for vacations. And their airline is usually my first choice. I have an account with them regarding earning miles. They say if I apply for their credit card and get approve. I will got 30,000 miles or so after $750 worth of purchases. And for every dollar, I get 1 mile.

    Is applying for a credit card with an airline company a good choice?


  14. Norman November 5, 2013 at 9:01 am Reply

    I am thinking of getting a credit card that offers 6% cash back on all grocery purchases at supermarkets. My question is, if I bought a reloadable credit card at a grocery store, with the credit card that gives me 6% cash back on “grocery” purchases, would that grocery store purchase be considered a “grocery” purchase? If so, I could basically convert all my spending to “grocery” purchases through reloadable prepaid credit cards, and get hefty rebates via my credit card company.

  15. Jaime November 25, 2013 at 2:28 am Reply

    I received a rebate card from t-mobile for a rebate. The card is issued by a company called E-Count an affiliate of Citibank. The paperwork says I can take it to bank and get cash for it, I just need to take it to a Visa affilate. So…I was going to take it to a Citibank accross the street, does anyone know what they will charge to get cash for it??

  16. Grant December 22, 2013 at 12:11 pm Reply

    I’ve got all my bills paid off (school and credit cards) and i was looking to cancel all the credit accounts and just open one account with a card that has good benefits for using it. Then i’m going to pay my insurance, phone, car and other expenditures with that card and just pay it off every month so i don’t have to pay interest, but i get benefits. Anyone know of any good cards?

  17. Dell December 23, 2013 at 5:09 am Reply

    There are True Earnings Card and Costco Cash Rebate Card from American Express. I am a big Costco (non-business) shopper and a member. Which would you say is a better card?

  18. Carl December 23, 2013 at 5:37 am Reply

    Does it apply online and in stores?
    How soon do you get the money rebate?
    Does it come in a visa card or cash or check?


  19. Arianne February 1, 2014 at 7:53 pm Reply

    I went to a grocery store, and I bought an energy drink. I used my Visa, but they asked me if I wanted cash back. I have no idea what that is.
    So, what is Cash Back exactly and how does it work?
    And I bank with Wachovia in case you needed to know.

  20. Dayle February 12, 2014 at 1:10 am Reply

    I charge everthing and pay my bill in full when it comes. so I might as well have a rewards card. I would like to stick with visa or master card.

  21. Shanel February 21, 2014 at 4:31 am Reply

    The paperwork says that i can get cash advance from the t-mobile rebate card i just received. How does it work?
    How would gettting the cash advance effect the balance on my card?

  22. Mike February 21, 2014 at 4:32 am Reply

    anyone have any experience?
    Me and my bf both got our rebate cards in the mail today we have 2 different accounts but both bought phones at the same time with our tax return.
    His prepaid card has his name on it, mine has my mother’s name since the account is in her name.
    so my first question is will the bank let me get my cash advance or does my mother have to do it since it says I have to bring valid ID to the bank and obviously our names wouldnt match. My mother does not have time to go to the bank with me.
    My second question is it says I have to fill oit a request form before receiving the cash, is this instant or something that I will have to wait for?
    Im tired of waiting “its my money and I need it now!” Lol not really but you understand. I hate using cards I just want the cash.

  23. Shawnta February 21, 2014 at 12:19 pm Reply

    i got my verizon rebate card in the mail, the same day i put all my funds from it onto my checknig account. my balance on verizon is still the orginal amount & when i check my checking account it hasnt been added to it yet. is there anyway i can just use my rebate card at a store instead of waiting until it processes even though its already on its way to my bank account ?

  24. Virginia February 21, 2014 at 6:54 pm Reply

    With gas prices going up to the roof, I want to save money on gas by getting some sort of cash back or rewards every time I pay for gas with the credit card. Which is the best and where can I get it?

  25. Leonida February 21, 2014 at 6:54 pm Reply

    I like getting piecemeal advice here, but I’d rather have some resource that puts it all in one place. Something that compares or rates the rebate credit cards. Any suggestions?

  26. Delorse February 21, 2014 at 9:34 pm Reply

    I need a credit card with a high limit. I am 18-years-old and I have a Capital One credit card with a $300.00 credit limit. I received this about, or close to 6 months ago. I have made ontime payments. I need a credit card with a high limit in the 15,000’s somewhere, and I am thinking abour lying about my annual income to get this huge credit limit. I need this, as my mother’s credit history is horrible and she is ill, and I need money to pay a few bills and pay for her medicine. I do work, but I will be graduating from Homeschool in the Fall and then going to college, so I don’t make that much. I need HELP immediately. I can and will be able to pay off whatever I use, but I need this to keep my mother and I afloat. Please, don’t give me any crappy answers. What is a good credit card with a high credit limit?
    Thank you so much for any help at all.
    P.S. I heard Bank of America, Chase, and Citi ar good with high credit limits.

  27. Ross February 21, 2014 at 9:58 pm Reply

    I have looked into several cards. For mileage card redemption is kind of tricky as you are at the mercy of airline and every time you call they say the ticket is not available etc. Also, if you convert mileage into equivalent reward its about 1 cent per mile or $1 for every 100 miles which is what cash back card gives 1% back. But because you get the money back from cash back card we can do the booking ourselves and we don’t have to take the bull from airline. Any thoughts???

  28. Hershel February 21, 2014 at 9:58 pm Reply

    What is the best Credit card offer out there for someone with good credit & pay history. I’m looking for something with low fixed interest and a points reward system… recommendations?

  29. Carmine February 21, 2014 at 9:58 pm Reply

    Hey, I’m considering applying for a blue cash card. I know it’s hard to get approved for a amex, but I think I should have good credit. I have a Capital One, Macy’s, JC Penney, Best Buy, and always make my payments on time and never miss a payment. How good are the blue cash card, how does the get money back thing work. I usually buy stuff from Wal-Mart, gas stations, online music store, Ebay, fast food restaurants, would I qualify for any points? Also, any other comments I might missed, what is a good APR rate?

    Also, is it true that if you cancel a credit card that you’ve had for a while it hurts your credit. I’ve been considering canceling my Capital One card been a customer for 3 years, any advice?

  30. Virgil February 22, 2014 at 4:08 am Reply

    I currently have a Cash Rebate credit card… I’d say I usually average about $50 a year for using my card. and don’t pay an annual fee. I spend roughly $1000-$2000 on my card every month, I’m not even sure what my interest rate is since I pay it off full every month. (though I believe it’s about 19%)

    Now, I’m curious about switching to a Travel rewards card… and I’m wondering how other peoples experience has been with these? How long did it take you to get a flight? Do you think these cards are more beneficial than the cash rebate ones? (I do travel a lot!) Thanks!

  31. Lance February 22, 2014 at 5:10 am Reply

    its from a rebate on a cell phone from verizon

  32. Keith February 22, 2014 at 6:07 am Reply

    Also what are the highest gas cards?

  33. Orlando February 25, 2014 at 11:17 am Reply

    I already have a Chase credit card, but they keep sending me this offer for a Chase Business Card, and it has a better APR. I don’t operate a business. Can I still sign up for this “business” card and transfer my balance from my current Chase card to this one?
    By the way, I’m not trying to cheat any system here…. I just want to know if it is allowed that I use this “business” card as a personal card.

  34. Bennie February 25, 2014 at 4:34 pm Reply

    Which one is better? need details please not sure which one to get.

  35. Leonardo February 27, 2014 at 2:49 am Reply

    My friends tell me that you don’t have to claim your credit card cash back bonus on your income tax as long as it is under a certain amout. Is this true?

  36. Rocco March 25, 2014 at 4:34 am Reply

    I am talking about the annual fees and application fees. I know there will be fees for late payment and I am not talking about that.

  37. Danilo April 1, 2014 at 1:32 pm Reply

    How is Costco’s American Express card? I’m planning on making appliance purchases in the next month and want to take advantage with cash back.

  38. Dorthea April 13, 2014 at 5:11 am Reply

    Hi Guys,

    Looking for a Gas Cash Back Credit Card as I drive quite a bit. Here are my requirements:

    1. no annual fee/charge
    2. visa/mastercard
    3. 3% or higher on gas charges (no time limit)
    4. Cash rebate on other purchases as well (restaurant, shopping, etc.)


  39. Eleonor April 21, 2014 at 8:03 pm Reply

    I dont know if it is possible, as 18 dollars is printed onto the card

  40. Tesha May 9, 2014 at 5:57 pm Reply

    The Associated Bank sponsors this VISA cash rebate card, and the billing info reads REBATE DOLLARS EARNED YTD: $407.17 We have had this card over a year and I can not find out how to receive the money. Thanks , and yes the bank didn’t seem to be much help so we are in the process of changing banks and I hate to go back.

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