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Shop for Fashion and Save Money with Rebates

Coupons and sales are only one way to save on your fashion purchases.  You can also save money be receiving rebates when you buy clothing, shoes, or accessories.

Ebates pays members cash back every time they shop online (at specific retail stores).  In addition this online service provide members with some of the best coupons and deals online.  Each store offers a different cash back percentage.  Just look at the percentage next to the store name on the Ebates.com site to see how much savings you will earn.

Ebates is the pioneer and leader of online Cash Back Shopping.  And four times a year or more, they will mail you a Big Fat Check, or transfer the money to your PayPal account if you'd prefer.

People often ask: "This sounds too good to be true, how are you able to do it?" It really is quite simple. Just like almost every other online shopping center, they get a commission from the stores when you make a purchase.  Instead of keeping that money - like almost all other sites do - they share it with you.

By the way, if you join from this Ebates link, my wife actually earns a small referral.  It would be greatly appreciated that if you plan on signing up for this program, you use the above link to sign up. 

Here are a few of the fashion retailers that are part of this program as of today:

Lands' End
Macy's
JCPenney
Nordstrom
Adidas
Aerie
Aeropostale
Affliction
Alex and Ani
Ann Taylor

Andrew Marc
American Eagle
Arden B.
Athleta
ASOS
Avenue
Avon
BCBG
Bebe
Betsey Johnson
Bluefly
Bon-Ton
Boscov's
Calvin Klein
Buckle
Brooks Brothers
Charlotte Russe
Chico's|
Champion
Diesel

Danskin
Columbia Sportswear
Dillard's

DKNY
Dress Barn
DSW
Eddie Bauer

and many, many more.

If you are interested, you can learn more about fashion affiliate programs on the Apparel Search directory.

Again, if you wish to save money when you shop for clothing buy getting rebates, please use the following link to sign up for the Ebates program.   http://www.ebates.com/rf.do?referrerid=pG2yCxRF2xJwB%2BM4K9zmdg%3D%3D

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