Logged into Ebay this morning and saw they have a 2% cashback program of their own. Not as nice as 8% (or the 30% last year) but better than nothing.
That cash-back-tool looks good, will try beat-my-price as well, thanks for the heads up.You can use this to find out who is offering the best cashback on a site...
And this to see if anyone has found a better price somewhere...
All very boring compared to our dearly departed bing CB, but at least it's something.
One thing i noticed...
One item that took a hit when Bing cashback ended, Televisions, it's really hard trying to cobble together a deal on a TV without Bing Cashback imho.
One example is the TV i recently purchased: LG 50PK550 1080P plasma. The cheapest current price on it seems to be Amazon at $918 but it's fulfilled by 6th ave electronics and not Amazon. A month ago you could have purchased it from a few better retailers for between $830-$850 shipped with Bing.
Either we didn't realize how good we had it, or we're just starting to realize
Glad i got mine just in the nick of time.
Did Chad's review convince you to buy it?Funny, I just bought a 60PK550 a few weeks ago. Got mine from Circuit City when they had the 15.3% cashback. Brought a $1600 TV down to almost $1350.