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In other news, I just redeemed my points on Toluna.com for a $20 check. I'll be getting my check in about a month. Toluna is a great site that pays you to take marketing surveys. Check out my review of Toluna here.
I also got a $10 gas rebate from Offermatic. You can register your credit and debit cards at Offermatic and get personalized offers based on your shopping activity. When I first signed up they offered me a $10 rebate on my gas purchases and they just sent me an e-mail to let me know I recieved my rebate. You can check out the first post I wrote about Offermatic here.
To give you a better idea of how Offermatic works, I'm going to list some of the offers they've given me. I didn't get a chance to use all of them, but I was offered a $5 rebate on any purchase of $10 or more at CVS pharmacy. I was also offered $20 of merchandise for only $10 at drugstore.com and $10 off a $20 purchase at beauty.com. So as you can see signing up for Offermatic could be very beneficial. The reason I like Offermatic so much is because the offers you get are personalized based on places and things you actually buy. You can also get points for refering others to the site and writing reviews of offers. You can redeem your points for giftcards or you can use them to unlock higher levels of savings. I wrote about their savings levels here.