Coupon Cactus – How to get money back from Online Purchase

September 19, 2008

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We loved the library version of Rosetta Stone and were very saddened when it was discontinued. So, after thinking it over for a quite a while we decided to take the plunge and buy the Rosetta Stone Homeschool German series. But, with a hefty over $500 price tag, I searched high and low for a deal.

Happily, I stumbled across a great site called Coupon Cactus. They have links to many major retailers with lots of coupon codes and percentage cashback offers. Get money back on purchases at Target, Overstock, Blockbuster, Shoebuy, T-Mobile, Verizon, and on and on.

Basically, you go to Coupon Cactus first, do a search for the store you want to shop at, like Rosetta Stone or Overstock. You click on the coupon link and you’ll find yourself at the regular website, only it will now have a code that tells the website to send a discount to your Coupon Cactus account.  They mail out checks or send the money to your Paypal account once a quarter.

Some of the deals:

  • 12% back on our Rosetta Stone purchase.
  • Small rebate when I bought a replacement for our stolen cell phone from T-mobile.
  • If you’re looking to buy any computer software, you get an extra 1.5% rebate for purchases at The Academic Superstore.  (Most major software companies offer the much lower priced, full function, educational version of their software to homeschoolers.)
  • 1.5% rebate for Gap purchases.
  • 4% rebate from Books Online.
  • 3% cash back from EBooks.
  • Lots more!

It is really easy and free to register.  And finally, when your friends sign up for Coupon Cactus with your referral number, you get a bit of a kickback every time they buy something, too.

(If you’d decide to register, you can help me out by doing it through this link, or use my referral number #107632.  You’ll still earn the same amount of cash back, and I’ll earn some too. Thanks!)

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