Like most people, Clay and I try to save money as much as possible. I, personally, so most of my shopping online so I look for ways to save money when shopping online as well as ways to earn rewards for shopping online. One site I recently started using is Dealspotr.
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Another site I often use is Ebates. Both of these sites work really well for me. The difference is that, to earn cash back with Ebates, I have to make a purchase. With Dealspotr, I can earn rewards by adding deals and coupons and I don’t have to purchase anything to do so. I do, however, have to make sure the coupon code is valid before adding it.
That may entail something like adding a Kroger coupon to my app to make sure it’s working. Easy.
Tip: Dealspotr is similar to cashback sites in that you’re rewarded for participating, but we’re unique in that you don’t need to purchase anything to earn rewards.
You can also earn by validating other users deals. You can make a set number of validations per day. Right now, my score is only 4 so I can only make 10 per day. Once I reach 30, I can make even more. Honestly, I’m having a hard time finding where to go to validate others deals! Maybe I’m overlooking it but I can’t find it
Tip: Increase your accuracy score by posting accurate and helpful deals and edits. Reach a score of 30 to increase your daily limit. Having a higher Accuracy Score boosts your points on Dealspotr. Learn more.
It’s super easy to earn gift cards using Dealspotr, it’s even reasonably easy to earn your first $10 gift card on your first few days using Dealspotr by following the guidelines in your “Daily Checklist”.
The Daily Checklist has 4 “jobs” to complete each day. The checklist may have you do the following:
- Post or validate a site-wide promo code
- Post or validate a BOGO deal
- Find 2 great promo codes you might use later and save them
- Subscribe to one new person’s deals
These tasks are very easy to complete. I am new(ish) to Dealspotr but plan on dedicating a half hour each day to working on my Daily Checklist and finding deals for shopping online. I’m not that great at finding deals to submit, so that is one task that I won’t work on as much.
Dealspotr goes further than other coupon sites to save you money. Beyond regular deals and promo codes, they show you single-use codes, personal referral codes, and 3rd party deals that can snag you that extra discount in ways you won’t find on other coupon sites.
Dealspotr is the only deal site to give you your own personal feed of deals. Similar to your Facebook news feed, you can subscribe to specific brands, topics, and people and curate a daily feed of deals personalized for you. To get started, select your interests from a set of options. Then you cal follow brands, etc.
This deal site is social. You can follow other users and, in turn, they can follow you. So it lets you engage with others and to find the best ways to save money.
I still have a ways to go to earn rewards. I just haven’t had a lot of time lately to focus on it. But it’s there, waiting for me and what I’ve earned so far will continue as I add to it.
Have you used Dealspotr? If so, what is your favorite part of the site? Have you saved money and earned rewards?