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First Look: Ev’reward

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If you like shopping and love saving while you shop, you might find useful ev’reward. I tried it out quickly — no results for Express Men (that store’s too expensive anyway), 4% rebate for JC Penney, 2.7% for Circuit City and “0 stores matching Amazon.” A search for Holiday Inn resulted in a 5% cash back offer in addition to rewards points and miles.

I’ll be coming back to this site before shopping.

Information about this “sneak peek” of ev’reward was emailed to me, so continue reading to see more details.

Here is the relevant text of the email:

I’m writing to invite you to take a sneak peek at the website we are launching called ev’reward (as in “every reward”). This is a search engine for online shopping rewards. Type in any one of 2800+ stores or services that you’re looking to shop at, and ev’reward will list up to 40 rewards available for that store, including cash back rewards, frequent traveler rewards (airlines & hotels), and savings programs like Upromise and Babymint . We have over 10,000 rewards in our database, which is growing daily. (We even have a handy bookmarklet to automatically take you to the ev’reward page for the store you are visiting in one click.)

Updated May 26, 2009 and originally published February 11, 2006. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.

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Luke Landes is the founder of Consumerism Commentary. He has been blogging and writing for the internet since 1995 and has been building online communities since 1991. Find out more about Luke Landes and follow him on Twitter. View all articles by .

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avatar jim

Amazon is now on the list but no offer, that’s because to be part of their affiliate program you can’t offer an incentives to buy via your link (i.e. rewards).

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avatar Jonathan

lol, I see you got the exact same e-mail too. I wonder what their business model is going to be.

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avatar mbhunter

They (ev’Reward) make money when people sign up for the rebate programs, and they may also make money with rebates earned by the signups.

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avatar MoneyDummy

Looks tops! Now to figure out why it says that my cookies are blocking its sites even when I have them all completely disabled. *Grrr*

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avatar wanda

I was very jazzed to see they included Little Grad (www.littlegrad.com), which is BY FAR the easiest reward program to use (I have tried them all.) And they made it easy easy easy to get my parents and sisters signed up (finally the kid is getting some money in his 529 college fund!)

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avatar AJ

You might also like to look at RewardsDB.com – has even more rewards programs an a few different ways of finding the best deal.

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