Heartland Boy has been a loyal user of Shopback right from the start and even wrote an article trumpeting the merits of Shopback. Since that blog post, Shopback has brought on so many merchants that provide tremendous value. As a result, Shopback has become an even better cashback shopping website in Singapore. Heartlad Boy would like to share about the new merchants that he is especially fond of. For instance, the folks behind Shopback have obviously been working hard to persuade popular merchants such as Grab, UberEats and Eatigo to join the online shopping platform. By securing more and more merchants, Heartland Boy realized that Shopback is making itself more irresistible and indispensable to his everyday life. It eventually became a habit such that Heartland Boy now makes Shopback his first port of call before making any online shopping purchase. By bringing new merchants on board regularly, Shopback has truly transformed into an everyday app that gives Heartland Boy fantastic cashback.
Fantastic Cashback From Dining
When Shopback brought Eatigo on board, Heartland Boy was thrilled. It was a sweet marriage of 2 of his favourite online applications. Besides enjoying hefty discounts of up to 50% off his restaurant bills by reserving through Eatigo, Heartland Boy now also gets paid by Shopback to dine out! That is quite a delectable deal.
The standard cashback offered by Shopback for Eatigo is $2 but it periodically gets upsized to a bonus $3.50 for special occasions. To encourage existing Shopback users to try Eatigo for the first time, Shopback even offered a very generous $5 cashback promotion back in April. To qualify for the cashback, please make sure that you use the desktop version of Shopback before proceeding to make your reservation via Eatigo. Note that cashback is not applicable on the Shopback mobile app. Heartland Boy gets a small referral fee if you use my referral code “eati784g” to sign up for Eatigo.
Here is a good Yakitori restaurant that Heartland Boy discovered by chance via Eatigo. Yakitori Hibiki Lounge prices its sake shabu-shabu and yakitori platter at $70 and $40 respectively. However, if you reserve via Eatigo and manage to snag the 50% discount, the prices are reduced to a very reasonable $35 and $20 respectively. Honestly, 10 different types of yakitori sticks for $20 is a bargain! And Heartland Boy can assure you that you are definitely not getting Tori-Q quality even though the prices are comparable after the discount.
Fantastic Cashback From Travelling
Before March 2017, Heartland Boy could only select Uber from Shopback. However, the price difference between Uber and Grab from airport to home could possibly range from $1-5. Therefore, when the price for Grab was cheaper, Heartland Boy would forgo the cashback from Shopback and order Grab directly instead. However, Shopback managed to entice Grab to join its platform in March 2017.
Users can now earn cashback of $0.20 for both Uber and Grab rides ordered via Shopback. Here is a print screen of the amazing cashback accumulated by Heartland Boy from these ride hailing apps. Furthermore, Heartland Boy sees the cashback as a little attempt to reduce the credit card fees associated with an Uber transaction.
In addition, Shopback’s cashback redemption system for Uber has improved to become more convenient. It is now fully automated instead of the manual system adopted in the past. To celebrate Uber’s one-year anniversary on Shopback, Shopback users can key in “SB3POOL2” to enjoy $3 off a UberPOOL ride from 19th to 25th June. From 26th to 30th June, the discount code changes to “SB3POOL3” instead. Users simply need to key in the promotion code under “Payment” before booking their rides. More details of the campaign can be found here.
Holiday And Get Fantastic Cashback
The other nifty trick that Heartland uses is to book his holiday plans via Shopback. Very excitedly, Heartland Boy and Heartland Girl are travelling to United States this winter. It will be their first time stepping foot into that continent and they are super excited about it. Specifically, they will be going to San Fransisco, Los Angeles, Vegas and Vancouver. If you have some travel tips for these places, kindly share them!
For this trip, Heartland Boy booked their flights via Expedia on the Shopback platform which provided 0.5% cashback. In combination with his ANZ Optimum Credit Card, Heartland Boy managed to squeeze a neat $77 rebate from the purchase of his flights alone!
Sign Up For Shopback
Readers of Heartland Boy would be pleased to learn that they can sign up using this referral link to earn an instant $5 cashback:*
Using Heartland Boy’s referral code, you also get to enjoy another $5 when you make your first purchase! That is a free $10! Indeed, what pleased Heartland Boy the most is that Shopback refuses to rest on its laurels and continuously improve to be one of the best online shopping cashback sites. Unless something changes fundamentally, Heartland Boy will continue to use Shopback since it is an online shopping website that provides fantastic cashback for all myriad of category spends.
*Heartland Boy earns a fee when his referrals meets a minimum spend of $25.
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