Tag Archives: Rakuten

Stack Grubhub $10 First Purchase Bonus with American Express Gold Card $10 Dining Credit

Good afternoon everyone.  Earlier today, I wrote How to Enroll in American Express Gold Card Benefits ($120 Dining Credit & $100 Airline Fee Credit).  In that post, I said that I used the $10 monthly Dining Credit for Grubhub.  Grubhub is a food delivery service that will deliver food to you (for a fee) or you can pick up your food (without a fee).  I decided to sign up for Grubhub and use my American Express Gold Card (my referral link) to get the $10 Dining Credit.  Grubhub recently joined Ebates / Rakuten, but only in their app.  As you can see, when I search Ebates / Rakuten on my PC for Grubhub, nothing shows up…

But when I use the Ebates / Rakuten app, I can see Grubhub.  If you are not an Ebates / Rakuten member, you can create a free Rakuten account here (my referral link).  After you join Rakuten, download the app (iOS or Android) and go to the Grubhub page.  If you are a new Grubhub user (like I was), you can earn $10 cash back on your first order.  If you are a repeat Grubhub user, you only get 1% cash back.

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Ebates / Rakuten April Fool’s Day Promo: 12% Cash Back at 150+ Stores (4/1 Only)

Good evening everyone.  The Ebates Cash Back Shopping Assistant just alerted me that Ebates is running their April Fool’s Day promo where you can earn 12% cash back at 150+ stores.  You can see the whole list of stores here.  Don’t forget to check Cash Back Monitor to compare cash back rates from several online shopping portals.

If you are not an Rakuten member, sign up for a free account (my referral link – thank you) and receive a $10 bonus after your first $25 purchase. Remember, Ebates is Becoming Rakuten.

If you have any questions, please leave a comment below.  Have a great evening everyone!

Ebates is Becoming Rakuten & Super Bowl Ad (How to Pronounce Rakuten)

Good afternoon everyone.  Hot off the presses, I just got this email from Ebates.  Ebates is becoming Rakuten (pronounced rack-uh-ten) and they are moving members from Ebates over to Rakuten.  I clicked on the email to see more information.

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