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Is it possible to link multiple cash back apps to one card to potentially stack % received back?

I think the title gives a good idea of what I’m getting at. I’m pretty new to a lot of this stuff and was wondering if anyone has succesfully linked several apps to one card for cash back offers, potentially earning a very high percentage of cash back. And if so, what problems did they face, were there issues with compatibility, etc. Thank you so much in advance for any and all words of wisdom! Very much appreciated!

10 thoughts on “Is it possible to link multiple cash back apps to one card to potentially stack % received back?

  1. You’ve already gotten good answers, so just coming in with another confirmation! I have multiple apps/services linked on single cards as well, works great.

    Yelp also recently added a cashback feature on select places, so add that to your list also!

  2. I have. I currently have a card linked to Drop, Pei, Bumped, Spent and Hooch. Starbucks gets me points/cash on each of those apps whenever I reload money to the app, as one example.

    1. So do you have like a Starbucks app that you load cash onto with a credit card that is linked to your cash back apps? If so at that point I imagine you receive your Cashback/reward points for all apps linked to the card?

      1. Yes precisely! So I’ll load $10 from my credit card into the Starbucks app before I order. And all of those apps will then credit me whatever percentage. Like for Pei I’ll get 10 cents worth of points, and on spent I’ll get another 1% of that $10 (so another 10 cents) for Bumped it’s 2% so I’ll get 20 cents there. Plus 1% back from my credit card since reloading in the Starbucks app does count as a purchase. Unfortunately when I set up Drop I didn’t select Starbucks as one of my continuous offers, but if I did I’d get I think it’s 1.2% worth of points there for the $10

      1. That or Swagbucks. I find Swagbucks better, personally, since they have the 2300 points $25 Amazon and I already sometimes use Swagbucks for their website cashback.

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