Ebates launches extension to get you cash back in Microsoft Edge

If you're a fan of Ebates, the online service that can help you get cash back on your purchases at a whole bunch of retailers, this one is for you. It's the latest extension to be made available for Microsoft Edge and it's available to download right now.

Ebates is free to use and offers discount codes and coupons at over 2,000 retailers. With the new Edge extension, it couldn't be easier to get your cash back. Simply install it, shop online as normal and whenever there's something relevant, the Ebates extension will remind you to activate your cash back.

Grab it now from the Windows Store at the link below.

Download Ebates Cash Back from the Windows Store (opens in new tab)

Thanks Sunil for the tip!

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12 Comments
  • Sweet
  • Had no idea about this. Will have to get it. I mean why not.
  • Sounds pretty cool.
  • This has been a thing for a while now. I've had the extension since some time last year.
  • Nice, didn't know this extension even existed for other browsers. Grabbing it in Edge...
  • Does anybody here use ebates? I was wondering how the experience is and if it's a hassle or not?
  • Where the heck have you been, this has been out for weeks already?
  • Doesn't work if AdBlock is enabled?? That seems odd since they both work together fine in Chrome...
  • US only?
  • I feel like there's a good argument in support of Bing Cashback being the founding force behind all these cash back search/directory sites. Now, every bank and their mother has some sort of "just click on this link from our page and we'll give you %-back!"
  • Bing CB was great, but they weren't the first to do it. Fatwallet began their's earlier and there are probably others. Fatwallet sold their Cashback business to eBates last year.
  • Hmm, that's good to know. I still feel like people saw what Bing was trying to do and the whole idea exploded after that...even if Bing will never get credit for it because it wasn't seen as a huge success for them.