Cashback is like couponing but easier. With some of these methods, I don’t even have to open an app to earn rewards through everyday spending. Just today, I earned Cashback for groceries from four different platforms. In the end, that adds up. So take advantage and gain a little extra too.
Top 5 Ways to Cashback or Save
Easy ways to gain a little extra through everyday moments
Earn points to save up for gift cards. 1000 points = $1. Get $5 worth of points below.
I earned with Drop through well.ca, Expedia, Amazon, Loblaws, American Eagle, Indigo, McDonald’s and Tim Hortons purchases both online and through credit card purchases.
Connect your credit card and shop just like you normally would. Earn a percentage of cash back for everyday purchases like grocery, coffee, and dollar store vendors. Offers change but there’s great retailers and no in-app purchases to remember to gain your rewards.
The most advertised, but my least used Cashback option. I normally find better offers, but I’ve used this for Canadian Tire, Staples, and Dyson orders previously.
Want to invest but don’t know where to start? This is an easy was to put a little (or a lot) in a fund or TFSA that’ll do the job for you. Add more when you can, or dip in when you need to all at your fingertips.
Current offer up to $10,000 managed for free for one year.
Invest in the stock market whichever way you choose without the fees for Canadian stocks. Conversion rates apply if interested in foreign (US) trade. Another great way to invest with a little more control with also the advantages of TFSA (if you choose to). It’s the Robinhood for Canadians.
Current offer of free stock(s) for referral sign up.