How to Snag a $10 Gift Card, Then Get $10 Cash Back — No Strings Attached

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A person uses TopCashBack in St. Petersburg, Fla. Tina Russell / The Penny Hoarder
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Here’s a lightning-fast way to double your money.

Just follow these three steps:

1. Join the cash-back shopping site TopCashBack here.

2. Click “Get Offer Now” to navigate to Giftcards.com through TopCashBack, and spend at least $10 on a gift card.

3. Get $10 in cash from TopCashBack, which you can withdraw in 14 days.

So, to sum up, you get an extra $10 for free if you buy a $10 gift card.

And the $10 gift card you’re buying won’t go to waste because you can choose from thousands of companies.

You can choose someplace you know that, sooner or later, you’re going to spend at least $10 anyway — like Amazon, Target, eBay or the Home Depot.

This offer expires May 31, so take advantage of it while you can.

Here’s the Deal on That Free Gift Card

What are these websites, you ask?

The Penny Hoarder has written about TopCashBack before. It’s a shopping platform that rewards you with cash back whenever you shop at one of its 4,000 partner retailers.

While other sites only give you a percentage of their commission, TopCashBack gives you the entire thing. There’s no minimum to get paid out, and you can request your money in the form of bank transfers, PayPal or gift cards.

As for Giftcards.com, it sells nationally branded gift cards, personalized Visa and MasterCard gift cards, and local gift cards for over 1 million merchants.

Your Turn: Have you ever joined a cash-back shopping platform?

Disclosure: What would Abe do? Probably pat us on the back for placing affiliate links in this post. Thanks for helping us fill The Penny Hoarder’s beer fridge!

Mike Brassfield (mike@thepennyhoarder.com) is a senior writer at The Penny Hoarder.

Honest Abe

Disclosure:

Some of the links in this post are from our sponsors. We’re letting you know because it’s what Honest Abe would do. After all, he is on our favorite coin.