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Best Amazon Cashback Reward Sites

Updated on March 24, 2018
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Rachael is a long-time, dedicated Amazon shopper on an endless mission to find the most rewarding cashback websites.


Cashback Comparison: The Top 5 Emerge

Amazon's cashback reward programs are not only for credit card holders or an elite few. Amazon partners with many online companies that offer cash back rebates to any consumer who creates a free, no-strings attached account. Since every cashback partner has unique payout percentages and policies, selecting the best one is often an overwhelming task. After comparing hours of return percentages and policy data, the following five websites emerged to earn the "best" title for their cashback programs.

Since cash back percentages change frequently, it is helpful to consult a comparison tool such as the Cashback Monitor to determine the current rates offered by these websites.

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TopCashBack has one of the most rewarding programs for Amazon shoppers. They are known for higher cash back return rates than any other site. Exclusive coupons are also available for members, and are instantly applied at checkout for maximum savings. Earned cash back can be requested at any time with no minimum balance required. Payment methods including PayPal, ACH or gift cards are available.


Ebates is a popular cash back website that rewards members for purchasing items from select departments. To earn cash back, Amazon must be accessed via the the affiliate link located on their website. For additional savings, exclusive coupons are also available, and can be used with cashback rewards. Cash back payments are issued by check, or payment into a Paypal account, every four months to members who have earned at least $5.01 in cash back rewards.



MyPoints offers instant cash back at checkout, as well as reward points for every dollar spent on Amazon, when eligible departments are accessed via the affiliate link on their website. MyPoints also has a browser extension to detect Amazon purchases so savings are never missed. In addition to cash back, points are also awarded for purchases. Additional point earning opportunities including survey taking, signing up for free trials, and playing games, are also available. A variety of gift cards are available for point redemption.

Stack Cashback

Stack cash back by adding to your Amazon shopping arsenal, and automatically get refunds on purchases when prices drop.

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Extrabux awards cash back when purchasing from select departments. To earn cash back, Amazon must be accessed via a link on the Extrabux website. Cash back is not instantly applied at purchase; instead, it is available once ten dollars or more accumulates in your account. A mailed check can then be requested, or you may elect to have funds directly deposited into a PayPal or Alipay account.


BeFrugal has one of the highest paying cash back rewards programs for Amazon. Similar to other sites, cash back is only credited when you access Amazon with an empty cart via the link on BeFrugal. Accumulated cash back may be requested via a PayPal account at any time; however, a minimum balance of $25 is required if payment by check, direct deposit, or Amazon gift card is requested.

Cashback for Charity

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Help Your Favorite Charity by Shopping on Amazon

iGive and the Amazon Smile programs give a portion of your purchase amount to charity.

With iGive money is saved with Amazon promotional codes and coupons, plus .8% of every purchase store-wide is donated to any charity across the nation! Donation checks are mailed to the charity of choice on a monthly basis.

Amazon Smile donates .5% of every purchase to any charity of choice. There are no fees or costs associated with the program, and 100% of the donation is sent to the charity. The donation is disbursed to the charity approximately 45 days following each calendar quarter.

The best thing about these two programs is they compliment each other! Both of them can be used together to earn cash for your charity!

Cashback Payout Policies

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How Is This List Calculated?

At the time of writing, these are the most profitable Amazon links providing cash back and incentives as researched online and through data sources, and calculated based on a number of factors including the rate of cash back, pay distribution, additional incentives and sign-on bonuses.

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    • liladybugz26 profile imageAUTHOR

      Rachael M Ryhn 

      3 years ago from Cambridge, MN

      THERE IS a magical immediate payout website. MyPoints pays cash back at checkout on Amazon. Also, TopCashBack has no minimum balance requirement to cash out. (Did you read the article?)

      And, if you want to talk about a good points program that also has cash back, MyPoints is the best. I use them both depending on what I buy, and if I'm in the mood for playing around and earning points. Just for clicking on the MyPoints emails I earn $5 in Amazon gift cards a month.

      I was not impressed with SwagBucks. There is no cashback involved - that is why it did not make the list. I tried it for quite some time, and earned 50 points that took an hour to obtain that were not credited etc... it is not worth it.

      I have been able to earn cashback rewards quite quickly - even immediately. It depends on what you are buying, what you are spending, and what site you use.

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      Jason Dean 

      3 years ago

      There is no immediate payout magical website... Google cash back sites and you'll see that they all take time.

      The payouts work by accumulating points you have earned by spending at retailers associated with the sites, taking polls, surveys, activities, etc.

      Ebates, topcashback, fatwallet, all are good.

      But swagbucks is the best. Check out the stats and the reviews. They blow them all out of the water.

      Try it out, it only takes 450 points to get a $5 amazon gift card.´╗┐


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