- Step 1: Check newspapers Look for rebate offers in newspapers. The classified sections of newspapers frequently include offers for cash rebates.
- Step 2: Check flyers and booklets Check for flyers and booklets inside newspapers, in the mail, and in retail stores for rebate offers. Don't just throw away your junk mail -- it may include more than just junk.
- Step 3: Check magazines Look for offers in magazines. Manufacturers often place ads in magazines that include rebate offers.
- Step 4: Look for rebate coupons in the mail Look for rebate coupons in the mail from Valpak. These coupons can also be found online at Valpak.com.
- TIP: Be on the alert for scams. Some product manufacturers have ignored or refused to honor rebates.
- Step 5: Check out Refundsweepers.com Check websites like RefundSweepers.com. The website links to rebate coupons for grocery items, baby products, health products, household items, pet products, restaurants, toys, and amusement parks.
- Step 6: Decide what to do with your rebates Decide what to do with all of your cash once you've collected your rebates.
- FACT: A September 2009 survey by Consumer Reports found that in the previous 12 months, 70 percent of the consumers surveyed had taken advantage of manufacturer rebates on products.
You Will Need
- Internet access