Cash Back by Category
- Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop 5.0%
- Entertainment Memorabilia 4.0%
- Music 3.0%
- Sporting Goods 2.0%
- Antiques 1.0%
- Art 1.0%
- Books 1.0%
- Cameras & Photo 1.0%
- Cell Phones & Accessories 1.0%
- Clothing, Shoes & Accessories 1.0%
- Collectibles 1.0%
- Crafts 1.0%
- DVDs & Movies 1.0%
- Dolls & Bears 1.0%
- eBay Motors 1.0%
- Health & Beauty 1.0%
- Home & Garden 1.0%
- Jewelry & Watches 1.0%
- Stamps 1.0%
- Tickets 1.0%
- Toys & Hobbies 1.0%
- Travel 1.0%
- Video Games 1.0%
Cash Back Terms
Exclusions: Cash Back is not available on the purchase of eBay gift cards.
Special Terms: Cash Back is only paid on legitimate Winning Bid or "Buy It Now" transactions. Cash Back will not be earned on unpaid items with eBay. A maximum of $50 Cash Back may be earned on any single purchase.
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Cash Back Facts
Ebates Members have been cashing in since 1999. Here's what members have earned so far from eBay:
Cash Back will be automatically added to your Ebates account within one week.
- Etsy: 1.0% Cash Back
- Banggood.com: 3.0% Cash Back
- Amazon: Up to 7.0% Cash Back
- 1800FLORALS: 10.0% Cash Back
- Logitech: 2.0% Cash Back
- Nuance: 10.0% Cash Back
- Walmart: 3.0% Cash Back
- Groupon: 6.0% Cash Back
- Woodwind & Brasswind: 4.0% Cash Back
- Macy's: 6.0% Cash Back
- Target: 2.0% Cash Back
- SkyMall: 1.5% Cash Back
- Ritz Camera: 1.0% Cash Back
- Limoges Jewelry: 5.0% Cash Back
- Hatley: 3.5% Cash Back
eBay is the world's largest online marketplace. Buy and sell computers, electronics, clothes, jewelry, toys and much more.
Be sure you understand limitations to Cash Back at eBay:
Cash Back is only paid on legitimate Winning Bid or "Buy It Now" transactions. Cash Back will not be earned on unpaid items with eBay.
A maximum of $50 Cash Back may be earned on any single purchase.
Guide To Black Friday Shopping At eBay
But if you don’t know the right way to tackle the price cuts online, you might walk away empty handed — or with less money in your bank account than you ever intended. Want to make the best of Black Friday on eBay? This guide will show you how to be a deal-finding pro.
1. Mix and match your deals.Savings are great, but double savings are even better. Rather than accepting the savings Black Friday already brings, get clever and keep your bank account balanced by lassoing some coupons into the shopping craze. By comparing multiple deals and matching compatible ones, you’re reaping the rewards that each one individually offers. Savings of $75 can become $100 if you take advantage of the $50 off deal and match it to the 20% coupon from Ebates. Ebates has several Black Friday-themed specials, coupons that give you savings across multiple brands, and even better – Cash Back. So instead of just keeping your bank account at a decent number, you can watch it grow.
2. Shop in a team.It’s impossible to be everywhere at once, and while you were scouring the electronics department on eBay, that amazing deal in the clothing department passed you by. Even worse, a few seconds’ delay can make your click a millisecond slower than the buyer ahead of you — and now they’re out of stock, leaving you high and dry. Instead of accepting this as the Black Friday risk, make it a fun event with your friends and shop in teams. You can spot that surprise deal on a kitchen appliance while they’re busy elsewhere, and they can return the favor — essentially putting you everywhere at once.
3. Don’t let the fancy tags fool you.A big shiny tag that reads “50% off” is going to catch your eye and nudge your inner impulse buyer into a rash decision, simply because it looks like it’s a great deal. But deals aren’t always what they seem. Considering the product, that 50% off may not be as valuable as it appears, while a 20% off deal may mean crazy savings. Don’t let the tantalizing tag do the math for you — take the time to consider the product, how much you could find it for elsewhere, how badly you actually need it, and whether or not the math adds up in your favor before you buy it.
4. Get your specs in advance.Right in the middle of a flash sale is not the time to realize you don’t know how much processing power your desired laptop should have and if the brand you’re buying it from is actually reputable. This applies twofold when you are buying clothing or shoes, because sizing charts vary from eBay seller to seller. The time you take to research those specs is then just time wasted, allowing someone else to get the deal before you.
Make sure to scope out the products you want in advance and decide which options work best for you so you can seek them out immediately when the sale comes up and know you’re getting exactly what you want. In fact, having a shopping list before you log on at all is a surefire way to put that impulse-buy temptation to rest and save yourself from regret.