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Save More on Cyber Monday!

Like Black Friday, Cyber Monday is a fantastic time to get deals. It’s also a good idea to prepare as much as possible. Do your research. Sometimes retailers will advertise their sales several days ahead of time. Maybe you can search for your Cyber Monday deals on Black Friday, when other shoppers are in the stores slugging it out.

Check multiple sites for the item you want. One retailer may have the item at a much better sale price than another. If you find the item is going to be on sale at two different stores for about the same amount, make a note of both sites. If one place sells out before you can buy it, the other store may still have it in stock.

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If a retailer’s Cyber Monday Sale starts at 6 AM, be on their site at 6 AM sharp, ready to make your purchase. Sale items may be limited in quantity and can sell out fast. If you wait until later in the day, you may miss getting your item.

Cash back is another great way to save. CashCrate has a Shopping Page where you get cash back on every purchase you make. Simply visit CashCrate’s Shopping Page. Click on a retailer such as Walmart, Macys, Best Buy, etc. and make your purchase as you normally would. Getting your item on sale is a wonderful thing. Getting cash back on that sale item makes it even better.

Preparing for Black Friday

Black Friday is the busiest shopping day of the year. You can find great in store deals but you’ll have to fight crowds. Some retailers have big discounts the day before too. That’s great for savvy shoppers but not so good for retail... read more

Turkey Cash Trivia Time! Monday November 23rd!

Join us for a Cash Trivia Event on Monday, November 23rd at 8:00 PM EST. Answer trivia questions for a chance to win cash and chat with other CashCrate Members!. It’s going to be a fun filled feast of trivia! The trivia event... read more

Thanksgiving: A Time To Celebrate Family

Though there is some debate, the “First USA Thanksgiving” is commonly traced to the Plymouth feast in 1621. The feast celebrated a good harvest. Different states observed Thanksgiving on different dates until 1863 when President Abraham... read more