Ebates Canada – Earn Cash Back On All Purchases ($5 Bonus When You Sign Up)

Ebates Canada

Say it ain’t so! Ebates is now available for Canadian residents! I’ve always been envious of all my American friends that could take advantage of Ebates and now us Canadian folk can do the same. YAY!

What is Ebates?
Ebates is a site where they give you cash back when you purchase things from certain retailers.

For example, let’s say you purchased a $50 jacket from The Gap online. If you purchase it through Ebates, you will get 2.0% in cash back!

They also list any current promo codes to help you save even more!

What stores are included?
Here are just a few of the Canadian stores on Ebates:
Roots – 2.5% cash back.
Dell – 1.5%-3% cash back.
The Source – 1.0%-10.0% cash back.
Sears – 1.0% cash back.
Home Depot – 1.5% cash back.
Gap – 2.0% cash back.
Old Navy – 2.0% cash back.

Click here to see all of the Canadian Stores available on Ebates!

Do you want to know what’s even more awesome about Ebates? You will receive $5.00 for FREE when you make your first purchase! Also, anyone you refer will also earn you (and them) $5.00 on their first purchase!

But wait – it gets better.


- Refer 250 people
: get a dream vacation or $3,000.
- Refer 150 people : get a shopping spree or $1,500.
- Refer 50 people : get an Apple iPad or $500.
- Refer 30 prople : get a Flip Ultra HD or $200.

Click here to sign up to Ebates Canada and earn some cash back on your purchases!

Note: Residents of the United States will earn the same referral bonuses and can also sign up under the above link.

Posted on, February 27, 2011
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Comments
  1. Keidi says:

    rebates on Groupon too!! Awesome!

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  3. Lori says:

    Thanks for Posting! This is fantastic!

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