Americans Save $3.3 million since TopCashback's launch

Americans save $3.3 million since TopCashback's launch

Posted on Nov 22 2013 Posted in
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It’s two years since TopCashback opened its money-saving-service doors to consumers in the USA; and less than two weeks before ‘Cyber Monday’, where Americans can collectively save $84 million by utilizing cashback-shopping, the USA’s most generous cashback rebates and coupon website, is celebrating its second birthday. With the online shopping mall growing worldwide at three-to-four times the rate of traditional brick-and-mortar stores, the date-mark comes as a record number of Americans are turning to the internet to spend their cash, according to experts at FedEx.

This year it’s been suggested that ‘Cyber Monday’, which falls on December 2nd, the biggest online shopping day of the year, is expected to generate $1.675 billion in sales. With Americans saving an average of 5% on their internet purchases with TopCashback rebates alone, the nation could save $84 million shopping through the site on December 2nd.  

More consumers than ever are flocking to the internet and its treasure chest of websites to save hundreds of dollars on their everyday and luxury purchases.  

Couponing and other money-saving tools such as cashback sites are rapidly increasing in popularity andeMarketer predicts that 102.5 million people - more than half of US adult internet users - are expected to redeem a digital coupon this year.

In the two years since TopCashback launched in the United States, Americans using the site have collectively saved $3.3 million in cashback in addition to receiving further reductions through redeeming coupons or taking advantage of online-only sales, which can be utilized simultaneously to earning cashback rebates.

Natasha-Rachel Smith, Chief Communications Officer (CCO) for TopCashback, said: “TopCashback opened its money-saving-service doors as America’s most generous cashback site in November 2011 and it still retains that title. We still, and always will, give members all the commission rate – known as 100% cashback - we receive from our online partners, which is often more than double what our nearest competitors give.

“In today’s unforgiving economic climate Americans across the entire social spectrum are trying to make savings on everyday essential items. Our website-use has grown rapidly in 2013 as more and more people discover our unrivalled retailer cashback rates and online catalogue of coupons; so much so I predict we’ll be helping more than a million consumers save money by the site’s third birthday.” 

Natasha-Rachel concluded: “Now with the holidays approaching and consumers in shopping mode full throttle, Americans are switching on to the hundreds, and even thousands, of dollars a year they could each save by using a cashback site. Doing so only entails adding a few extra clicks to the way they would normally shop online; it’s the USA’s best kept money-saving secret.”

Online shoppers can earn cashback at more than 2,600 top internet names listed on including Best Buy, Groupon, Kohl’s,, Radisson,, Sears, Staples, Target, Verizon and Walmart.

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Ps: I don't live in USA
March 18 2014, 19:19 I sure could use $3.3 million that I am probably wasting by overpaying on groceries and medicine.
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