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For Cyber Monday, if you go through Ebates the book is $25, and with the 50% CashBack the net price is $12.50. If you go directly to entertainment.com, they will show a sale price of $20, but it does not appear you can get that (and so have your net cost be $10) by going through Ebates.

orum said:   For Cyber Monday, if you go through Ebates the book is $25, and with the 50% CashBack the net price is $12.50. If you go directly to entertainment.com, they will show a sale price of $20, but it does not appear you can get that (and so have your net cost be $10) by going through Ebates.

Saw this posted elsewhere: Open your Ebates portal and navigate to the site. You'll see the books at $25 ($20 add'l). Then, in a separate tab open a new Entertainment page. THEN, go BACK to the Ebates navigated entertainment book site and click around - it will NOW show the books as $20 ($15) add'l. To be safe that you don't checkout with the wrong link (so you can be sure you are getting the 50% Ebates credit) - close out the new Entertainment tab you opened so now you are JUST using the Ebates linked site. It apparently worked for some others.

ahself said:   orum said:   For Cyber Monday, if you go through Ebates the book is $25, and with the 50% CashBack the net price is $12.50. If you go directly to entertainment.com, they will show a sale price of $20, but it does not appear you can get that (and so have your net cost be $10) by going through Ebates.

Saw this posted elsewhere: Open your Ebates portal and navigate to the site. You'll see the books at $25 ($20 add'l). Then, in a separate tab open a new Entertainment page. THEN, go BACK to the Ebates navigated entertainment book site and click around - it will NOW show the books as $20 ($15) add'l. To be safe that you don't checkout with the wrong link (so you can be sure you are getting the 50% Ebates credit) - close out the new Entertainment tab you opened so now you are JUST using the Ebates linked site. It apparently worked for some others.

Typically doing something like that means you lose out on the CashBack, agree with others that Entertainment coupons are pretty weak these days, I live in a very populated area and the offers available are no better than you can get from other coupon sources so why pay for a book...



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