Heard of price protection?
Neither have 97 percent of Americans. Most people don’t know this, but most retailers and credit cards offer price protection. This means that if you buy something and the price drops, retailers and/or credit card issuers should refund you the difference. Most people also don’t know that customers are buying the same items, at the same store, at the same time AND they are paying different prices!
But who has time to keep track of their purchases, track prices, and contact the retailer or file a claim with the credit card company when a price goes down on something they purchased? Also, who has the time to see if other stores are selling products for less. This is where Earny, your personal assistant, comes in. After a quick one time setup, Earny automatically gets you money back when prices drop for 35+ major retailers including – Amazon, Best Buy, Blooming-dale’s, Carter’s, Costco, the Gap Group including Gap, Banana Republic, Old Navy, Athleta, and the factory stores. Also, JCrew, Jet, Kohl’s, Macy’s, Newegg, Nike, Nordstrom, Overstock, Sears, Staples, Target, Walmart and Zappos.
Users are getting hundreds of dollars back automatically without having to lift a finger.
Now here’s the even bigger secret. Credit card price protection extends the 14-30 day protection retailers offer up to 120 days. In addition, since Amazon DOES NOT offer price protection, these credit cards and their price protection policies are the ultimate way to earn back on each Amazon purchase. Just simply make sure to purchase with your price protected card and let the refunds roll in. No need to fret, here are a list of price protected cards. Currently, Earny covers Chase and Citi credit cards in addition to Mastercards from Bank of America, US Bank, Capital One, Barclays or First Premier Bank. Don’t have a price protected card?
EARNY’s INSIDER SHOPPING TIPS:
” Amazon changes prices on a given sku in one day at minimum 3x
Customers who have a price protected card earn 10x more refunds “
Once you’ve signed up, Earny tracks the digital receipts sent to your inbox and directly connects to your Amazon account. Then he goes hard to work searching high and low for price drops on your purchases. When he finds a price drop, he reaches out directly to either the retailer or credit card company to request your money back. Earny notifies you when you’ve received a refund and the money goes straight back to your credit card or is shipped to you via a check in the mail. It’s that easy.
So what are you waiting for? Stop overpaying on your shopping and let the refunds roll in.