MyLinkables: Money Saving App

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How many times have you been shopping and wished there was an easier way to save money besides clipping coupons?  Smartphone technology has brought us out of the era of clipping coupons and into the world of “the app.”  Looking for a hassle-free way to save money is what led me to find MyLinkables.  It’s one of the newest apps available and specifically designed to save you money everywhere!

Instead of spending time clipping coupons, MyLinkables allows you choose coupons online, link them to your debit or credit card, and receive your rewards automatically.

Here’s How It Works:

When you see a MyLinkables coupon, rebate or cash back offer, save it to your MyLinkables app offer wallet.  Redeem the coupon and get cash back (no minimums) to your credit card or debit card. Offers from all the popular brands can now be redeemed at YOUR CHOICE of any national and local store. No coupons to clip, carry or forget and no rebate paperwork to fill out.  Offers are redeemed for both cash and credit card purchases via the scan of your receipt or card linked directly to any American Express or Visa credit or debit card. You can easily “link” and redeem any retailer or brand promotion via any media type including online, mobile, TV, print and radio.

You can check out a Clark’s Shoes $10 Off a $75 In-Store Purchase Linkable here!

mylinkablesHow Do You Receive Your Savings?

Savings are automatically credited to your registered credit or debit card(s). Cash back is automatically sent to your card 1-3 business days after the purchase was made.  You’ll receive an email when your savings have been credited.  Saving doesn’t get much easier than that!

Let’s Recap MyLinkables

When you see a MyLinkable ad for your favorite brand, link it to your MyLinkables app offer waller.  Register your favorite credit or debit card in the MyLinkables app.  Shop, scan your receipt and get cash back to your link credit or debit card.

Are There Limits to How or Where You Can Use the App?

The best feature of the MyLinkables app is that you can pay with ANYTHING, whether it be cash, a credit or debit card, and even a gift card.  Unlike other shopping apps, with MyLinkables, you are not limited to what stores you can shop at in order to redeem savings with the app.  Shop at ANY STORE, whether it be a convenience, grocery, mall, or pharmacy.  There is no need to involve the cashier and no validation is needed.

Scan the receipt with the MyLinkables app and they’ll verify your purchase.  Receive confirmation of your rebate and watch the money roll into your chosen CREDIT OR DEBIT CARD account. No need to wait months to reach a minimum to receive your savings. Cash back can be redeemed to any registered credit or debit card.

No Waiting

There’s NO WAITING to earn a minimum amount in order to cash out, and best of all, no checks in the mail.  Shop for all the brands you already at the stores you already shop in.  Discounts and cash back are available from brands such as Coca-Cola, Tide, Crest, Kellogg’s, Hershey’s, Clairol, Bounty, Perdue, Dole, Proctor Gamble, Campbell’s.

Shop where you want!  Simply save the MyLinkables you find, then shop or dine and scan your receipt using the app. You will automatically receive your savings. Think of it as a coupon without the paper, printing, clipping, forgetting or hassle.

It’s FREE! … Yes, FREE!

The biggest plus is it is FREE!  There is no cost to use MyLinkables. Some things in life really are free.  MyLinkables is one of the.  There is no cost of any kind to you.  Your credit or debit card will never be charged.  MyLinkables will only put money into your account.  Savings are automatically credited to the credit or debit card that you register in the app.

MyLinkables is a service provided by Linkable Networks, Inc. and is 100%PCI Level 1 Compliant – Data Security Standards & a TRUSTe Certified Privacy company.

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