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Updated on December 5, 2009

What are Cash Back Programs

During financial crisis one has to use whatever option available to improve on their financial status. At this time when the world is experiencing financial difficulties you should explore all the available resources on how you can save on your finances and how you can maximize on your shopping without having to compromise the quality of what you are buying.

Consider cash back program as your financial mobilization strategic, cash back program will help not only save on your shopping but gives you the best products for your money. When doing shopping remember that you are giving money away and this money will never be recovered and that is why cash back program will help you recover certain amount spent

What is a Cash Back Program? – these are ways in which a customer’s buys goods and services from selected participating outlets , the total amount of your shopping is calculated where certain amount from the total amount will be paid back to you either in cash or rewards.

Cash back programs are saving mechanism where every $100 spend you save $$$$ depending on the particular cash back program. Cash back programs are similar to point rewards programs where you accumulate points which are later converted into either cash or gift, with cash back program you will accumulate you cash on every shopping done after which payout will be done when you have reached a certain amount set as thresholds. Many cash back programs set there minimum thresh holds at $100, at this point you can request for the money or buy something from the company.

With cash back program you do not have to spend extra amount in order to accrue cash. The beauty of cash back program is that your way of spending is controlled and helps you avoid impulse buying at any time doing shopping.

Consider Cash Back Programs as your bank where you are saving some little extra cash by shopping, the cash will be safe you and you will be able to use it when you do not have cash but would like to buy something.

There are so many cash back programs that are available online that one can get started with and start saving some little money whenever they do shopping, one of the best places to starting participating in cash back program is Bing

One disadvantages of cash back programs is that you will always limit yourself when doing shopping and not able to search for good quality products and services elsewhere, so be careful when doing shopping you may get a better deal somewhere else other than the cash back program companies


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    • Cathy51h profile image


      7 years ago from Philadelphia PA

      Yes your right that why you guys should visit my web portal and check out we got the best cash backs up to 50%

      and its like a mall you can by anything from vitamins to a household appliance check it out read my hub link into the web portal and find the best deals.

    • oderog profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from Nairobi

      yes you are right, it is kind of hidden cash back program that people need to know, bargain before you buy something, thanks barryrutherford

    • barryrutherford profile image

      Barry Rutherford 

      9 years ago from Queensland Australia

      mmm even a bargain costs money ...


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