With the holidays around the corner and brands stepping up their advertising, many people are starting to think about holiday sales. But what a lot of people don’t realize is that they leave money on the table when they shop by not using cash back sites.
The average American is enrolled in some sort of rewards program (whether at their grocery store, favorite airline, gas station, etc.) but remain wary of cash back sites, likely because of lack of awareness of how the process works. They might think the site sells their information to third parties or there are hoops to jump through.
However, that’s not the case. Cash back sites like Splender have deals with major retailers (more than 800 stores) where commission on each sale is passed back to the consumer. So when holiday shoppers buy directly from the retailer, they’re actually leaving money on the table that they could use to buy other holiday gifts, pay off debts or simply save up for the future.