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RetailMeNot offering 20 percent cash back for major retailers

RetailMeNot offering 20 percent cash back for major retailers Photo: RetailMeNot, Inc.

Updated: November 07, 2019 12:03 PM

RetailMeNot, a coupon website, is offering 20% cash back on Thursday for shopping at major retailers on their website. 

The site's first-ever "Cash Back Day" hopes to give holiday shoppers a head-start on buying their gifts and saving money.

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On Nov. 7, customers can log in or create a free account with the website and activate a cash-back offer at more than a dozen retailers.

Customers can then redeem their total rewards for cash through Venmo, Paypal or a bonus-value gift card for the retailer.

"Helping people save money has always been our goal and with the creation of Cash Back Day, we're doubling down on that mission by offering twice as much savings to shoppers just in time for the holidays," said Sara Skirboll a Shopping & Trends Expert for RetailMeNot. "With Cash Back Day, shoppers can save money early and then get their payout right before Christmas for any last-minute and post-holiday needs."

Retailers participating in Cash Back Day include:

  • Amazon
  • Macy's
  • adidas
  • Asos
  • Home Depot
  • Hilton
  • Snapfish
  • Tarte
  • Academy
  • Overstock
  • CVS Photo
  • Land's End
  • Kendra Scott
  • Stubhub
  • Talbots
  • Kay Jewelers
  • Finish Line

More retailers and information about Cash Back Day will be on the RetailMeNot website

KSTP.com contributed to this story.

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