Consumers Have Found a New Way to Save Cash Shopping Online

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New website makes shopping online fun and rewarding; promises cash back on purchases made through their extensive network of big name retail stores.

The idea is unique, but it pays off for those who do a great amount of shopping online. launched their fully stocked on-line shopping mall last week with its goal of saving Internet shoppers some serious bucks.

When logged onto the website, you will find a clean, colorful interface with user-friendly navigation buttons and a simple array of categories which represent shopping departments from Home and Garden to Food and Wine.

The selection of retailers is endless. You will find all of your everyday stores such as Macy's, Finishline, Linens 'n things, Sears and plenty of other lesser known discount stores carrying name brand and designer products.

The highlight of the website is it's cash back program. When shoppers purchase something from their network of over 250 retailers, they can redeem a cash back bonus up to fifteen percent. The instructions are very clear:

"You send us your receipts and we send you cash."

Each store will have a red percentage number listed beside it. The number indicates the amount that will be returned to the shopper. Lets say Sharper Image has a 4% next to it and the consumer spends one-hundred dollars at their store by click through their link. After Savvy Shopping Online receives your receipt indicating your purchase, they will then deposit four dollars into your Paypal account.

Paypal is an online payment system owned by eBay which acts as a online bank account which can be linked to the members land-based bank account. Shoppers can open a Paypal account free of charge and have it set up to recieve cash within minutes

The website also maintains an up-to-date list of coupon codes which can be entered during checkout at specified online stores. We combining these coupon codes with SavvyShoppingOnline's cash back program, there really isn't a reason to shop anywhere else.

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