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You treat yourself to the finer things in life. Why not? You deserve it! But that doesn’t mean you don’t know the value of a dollar. Although bargain hunting may not be your thing, some luxury stores have convenient and often free rewards programs. Check out these high-end retailers that offer Cash Back at Ebates and worthwhile rewards programs. Shop designer clothing, shoes, accessories, home goods and more to make your life a little lusher while getting the most out of your money.

Bloomingdale’s

Shoppers arrive at the grand opening of the new Bloomingdale's store at the Ala Mona Center in Honolulu. (Photo by Marco Garcia/Getty Images for Bloomingdale's)

Why it’s worth it: Opportunities to earn extra points are abundant with Bloomingdale’s Loyallist program, making it easy to cash in on rewards. Earn a point for each dollar spent, and get a $25 reward for every 5,000 points earned.

Additional Details and Perks:

  • Get free shipping every day! No minimum purchase required.
  • Earn double points on shoes, cosmetics and fragrances every day.
  • Receive special opportunities to earn additional double, triple and Power Points.

Nordstrom

Nordstrom store front

Why it’s worth it: When you earn a Nordstrom Note, you can spend it on anything in-store and online — no exceptions! It’s great not being tied down by fine print, right? Also, don’t worry about your Notes expiring. If you’re not ready to use them before the expiration date, ask a salesperson to put the amount on a gift card for you to use any time.

Additional Details and Perks:

  • Earn a $20 Nordstrom Note for every 2,000 points (one point per dollar spent).
  • Earn double points by using your Nordstrom credit or debit card.

Calvin Klein

Why it’s worth it: With Calvin Klein’s price points, you would expect a higher threshold for earning points. Not so! You will receive a $20 reward for every $200 you spend. It’s basically like a 10-percent-off sale that never ends.

Additional Details and Perks:

  • Receive a welcome discount within five days of signup.
  • Get invitations to exclusive events.

Saks Fifth Avenue

Saks Fifth Ave store front

Why it’s worth it: If you’re shopping around for a retail credit card with major rewards, the SaksFirst Store Card is it. Earn two to six points per dollar spent with your card, and receive a $25 reward after every 2,500 points earned. The higher spending tier you reach, the more points you will earn per dollar.

Additional Details and Perks:

  • Get 10 percent off your first-day purchases with the Saks First Store Card.
  • Receive a year-end gift card.
  • Double-, triple- and bonus-points events.

Neiman Marcus

Why it’s worth it: Bonus-point days are always exciting, but missing out on them can equal heartbreak. What if you could pick a day to earn double points? With InCircle, you can! All Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman cardholders can earn InCircle points on their card purchases.

Additional Details and Perks:

  • Earn a point per dollar spent, and get a $100 reward after 10,000 points.
  • Get a $25 or $50 Perk Card after reaching annual spending thresholds.
  • Receive 5,000 bonus InCircle Points when you open an account and shop the same day.

 

 

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Briana Hernandez
Briana is a shopaholic whose newest obsession is matching top-and-skirt sets (but she also can’t resist a good jumpsuit). She loves rock music, horror movies and is an all-around pop culture junkie. She is, without fail, always down for karaoke. Her blog, Mamafierce, is a chronicle of personal fashion, body positivity and the adventures of motherhood. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband, three-year-old son and tortoiseshell cat, Divvy.

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