Zip Fest $10-$20 Cash Back Amazon, Walmart, Apple, Ebay, and more

George

The ratio of people to cake is too big.
Comments are saying it's cash back, not cash off. I don't know anything about Zip. I'd never heard of it before your post.
Headline says that too. The cash back is in the form of a credit to the original method of payment.

Zip is the new name for QuadPay, an online check-out option that enables you to split your total into four payments over six (?) weeks.
 

George

The ratio of people to cake is too big.
What is their business model? CC transaction fees, or interest/fees on late payments?
I haven't seen it, but I'd guess merchants pay them a referral fee, as you purchase items through a link in their app; you're paying Zip, Zip pays the merchant.

This promo is time-sensitive; purchases usually aren't eligible for the cash back.
 

Art Vandelay

that's a shame
Headline says that too. The cash back is in the form of a credit to the original method of payment.

Zip is the new name for QuadPay, an online check-out option that enables you to split your total into four payments over six (?) weeks.

So maybe, just maybe, I can but $1K in WDW GC's to use for an AP and get 30% credit back to the credit car I attach to Zip?
 

George

The ratio of people to cake is too big.
So maybe, just maybe, I can but $1K in WDW GC's to use for an AP and get 30% credit back to the credit car I attach to Zip?
There's a limit of up to $40 per merchant. So you wouldn't get 30% back on $1,000. But you could do three separate transactions of $50 each. You'd get $40 back on a $150 spend.
 

George

The ratio of people to cake is too big.
I was just reading that. Grr.
If you're an Amazon shopper, you can also buy Amazon GCs and add them to your account.

These are the promos:

$15 Cashback on $50+ Amazon purchase
$25 Cashback on $100+ apple purchase
$15 Cashback on $50+ Walmart purchase
$20 Cashback on $100+ Nike purchase
$15 Cashback on $50+ eBay purchase
$10 Cashback on $75+ Sephora purchase
$20 Cashback on $100+ Home Depot
 

George

The ratio of people to cake is too big.
Then if she gets three people to sign up, each kicking a percentage of the savings back up stream. And each of them get three people to sign up.

Eventually, buying the annual passes will make you money.

 

George

The ratio of people to cake is too big.
I just placed one order on Walmart.com for a $50 Disney e-GC through Zip. Everything looks kosher so far, just waiting for the actual e-mail with the card number.

It’s a bit convoluted in the app to generate a Zip Visa card in the Zip app and then copy/paste it on the Walmart checkout page, but nothing I couldn’t handle. Maybe there’s an instructional video out there somewhere. :RpS_laugh:

ETA: And 14 minutes later, I have my e-GC.

ETA (again): Added to mydisneygiftcards.com. I have a physical card I’ll transfer the balance to.
 
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George

The ratio of people to cake is too big.
I found the “catch!” There’s a $1 fee for each payment; guess I didn’t read that part well enough.

So the net return will be $11 on a $50 purchase, instead of $15, which is still 22%. Not bad.
 
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