Sign Up for Price Protection and You’ll Get Cash For Not Deleting Your Emails

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It turns out deleting your emails could be costing you money. Intrigued?

One of our secret weapons is called Capital One Shopping Price Protection — a tool that gets you money back for your online purchases.

It’s free to sign up, and once you do, it will scan your email for any receipts. If it discovers you’ve purchased something from one of its monitored retailers, it will track the item’s price and help you get a refund when there’s a price drop.

Plus, if your guaranteed shipment shows up late, Capital One Shopping Price Protection will help you get compensated.

That’s what single mom Aimee B. does. In the past two years, she’s recouped $1,000 while shopping online.

“My time is worth a lot,” Aimee says. “An hour of my time saved is absolutely worth its weight in gold.”

Or, at least, $1,000 back in her bank account.

Sign up for Capital One Shopping Price Protection and start making money back on your online purchases today.

Capital One Shopping Price Protection compensates us when you sign up using the links provided.