Rakuten’s cashback is a golden opportunity

Today, I’ll introduce some Rakuten-specific money-saving tips for those wondering, “Can you earn Rakuten points in America?

Rakuten in the USA offers some of the largest “cashback” and “reward” (similar to Japan’s points) programs nationwide. Unlike Japan’s Rakuten marketplace where you accumulate points, in Rakuten USA, you get a percentage of the amount you spent back in cold, hard cash when you shop through Rakuten. It’s like double dipping—combining cashback from Rakuten with points from your credit card.

Where can you save with Rakuten?

To get cashback, there is no need for complicated procedures. Just click on the Rakuten link and shop at the affiliated online store as usual—it’s that easy.

Rakuten has a ridiculously vast array of partner stores. Here’s just a taste of what’s available through Rakuten:

Some stores even offer deals you can use in-store.

Everyday essentials

  • Walmart
  • Target
  • CVS

From everyday shops you truly use daily to department stores and home centers, the range is wide.

  • Macy’s
  • Lowe’s

There are even home centers like Temu, known for being “already cheap,” and similar stores.

Travel websites

  • Expedia
  • Booking.com
  • Hotels.com

Travel options are also abundant, so before booking hotels or flights, don’t forget to click through Rakuten first!

Tax Return

You can even get cashback on various tax return software through Rakuten!

Don’t miss out on deals with the browser extension!

Have you ever regretted not realizing something was eligible for Rakuten cashback after making a hefty purchase?

For those moments, there’s the Rakuten browser extension. Install it, and when you visit eligible online stores, it’ll remind you that cashback is available!

It’s free, won’t slow down your browser, and you’ll never regret having it installed.