TopCashback.com is the USA’s most generous cashback rebates website as it gives you the FULL commission rate it’s paid by its 2,400 merchants – 100% of it – back as a cashback rebate; not just ‘a share’ like other cashback portals. There’s no minimum withdrawal threshold so you can even cash-out $0.01, plus it has a bunch of coupon codes that can be used simultaneously to earning cashback as well. It has a handy iPhone app so you can save money on-the-go too!
Today we’re sponsored by TopCashback.com. We’ve put up our finds, but now you have the opportunity to win $50 cash deposited into your TopCashback.com account for the best overall travel deal submitted. A great mileage run, mistake fare, promo, new card sign-up offer, or the special twist you figured out on a deal today. Add it to the comments section of the post to be eligible to win. Just add your “find” (along with your first name, last initial, and airport) to the comments tonight by 11:59pm EDT. Good Luck and Good Hunting.
- Tweet #AmexTravelocity & get $50 back on $250+ purchase @ Travelocity w/synced Card! Registration Limited, Expires 7/31
- Check out current Starwood Starpicks for 20-40% off rooms & resorts
- JetBlue is having a Sample Sale with fares from $39 each way
- The 50,000 point bonus for the Southwest Rapid Rewards card is available again with a $1,000 minimum spend within three months – last time it was first purchase. The $69 annual fee is not waived for the first year.
- Stay at the El Conquistador in Puerto Rico (a Waldorf Astoria hotel) for four nights for $489/person incl. air!
- [Mileage Run] You can fly EWR-TUS for well under 4 CPM on UA depending on the routing you choose!
- [Mileage Run] You can fly PIT-LAX for well under 3 CPM on Delta depending on the routing you choose.
- if you have children, they can get 2,500 free Iberia points by signing up for a child account. These points can be transferred to British Airways as well.
- The Points Guy has a post on using miles and points to fly international Premium Economy to make those long trips more manageable if you can’t get into Business class.
Yesterday’s Winner of the 2500 AAdvantage® miles is Ari K with the tip “Don’t forget about AA’s partnership wih Alaska … they’ve added a bunch of new routes on which you can earn & burn miles! Sometimes, routing through SEA or LAX migh have more availability than thru ORD/DFW.”. I’ve done a few searches myself and have found excellent award availability through both Seattle and LA. Great reminder Ari. Please contact Howie at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can get you your 2,500 miles.
Thanks to everyone that submitted a deal / tip, keep them coming.
IHG® Rewards Club Select Credit Card
- Annual Fee: $49 fee waived for the first year
- Foreign Fees: No
- Card Type: Hotel
The IHG Rewards Club Visa is often cited as one of the most underrated hotel credit cards, with good reason. The official offer is for 70,000 points after $1,000 spent within three months, with the first year’s fee waived. The card comes with an annual free night certificate that can be used at any IHG property, including Intercontinental hotels - making this certificate worth upwards of 50,000 points. This is far more generous than some other hotel cards, which limit the categories in which free night certificates can be redeemed.
Cardholders earn 5 points per dollar at IHG hotels; 2 points per dollar at gas stations, grocery stores, and restaurants; 1 point per dollar everywhere else. Moreover, you’ll get a 10% rebate on award redemptions, up to 100,000 points per year. The card also comes with Platinum status, though that doesn’t get you much with IHG. Still, this is a fantastic card to have in your wallet, with benefits that far outweigh the already low $49 annual fee.
- Earn 70,000 bonus points after you spend $1,000 in the first 3 months of account opening
- Enjoy a free night of card membership at over 4,700 hotels worldwide
- Earn 5 points for each $1 spent at our hotels
- Earn 2 points per $1 spent on purchases at gas stations, grocery stores and restaurants
- Bonus points redeemable at hotels such as Intercontinental® Hotels & Resorts, Crowne Plaza® Hotels & Resorts and Holiday Inn®
- Automatic platinum elite status, as long as you remain a cardmember
- $0 introductory annual fee the first year, then $49