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Another Great Stacking Deal for eBags – Can Get Over 50% Off!

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Written by Charlie

Another great stacking deal is back for eBags – this time, you can save up to 56% on your purchases from the price shown at eBags! Time to get new gear!

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The other day, I wrote a post about a great stacking deal with eBags to get some things at a discount from the price shown – by as much as 50%! Well, that code expired but thankfully, there is another opportunity for a great stacking deal at eBags – again! This time, you can get up to 56% off

Another Great Stacking Deal for eBags

Most of the stacking portion will stay the same as the previous deal. The only key part that changes is the eBags discount code. Instead of the code for 15% off (it already expired), this is a tiered discount. So, spend $100+ and get $25 off or spend $150+ and get $50 off. This is actually a much better deal, depending on what you are looking for. As the other day, this deal does not work with some brands, like Tumi.

This is a multi-step deal that is really simple but you must do these things in order to get the most savings out of the deal.

1. Save Amex Offer

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Amex has an Amex Offer for eBags about 3-5 times per year and there is one going on right now. So, head over to your Amex Offers first and save the offer to your card(s). The offer is for $15 back on $75+ spend. Once you save it, take your Amex card and move to step 2.

2. Go Through TopCashBack

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TopCashBack is currently offering 20% cashback on spending at eBags! That is great! All you need to do is go there from here and you can click to get the 20% cashback! If you do not have a TopCashBack account, click here and you will receive $10 after getting $10 cashback and I will receive $15.

3. Coupons/Codes

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So, the new code for today (and it says it will expire tonight) is EMBLAPR29. Put this in the promo code at checkout and you will receive $25 off $100+ or $50 off $150+. This is a great deal if you can spend $150!

There is another code available as well that will take 20% off. This one is ENJOY. This would be a good code to use if you are spending between $125 – $150 or more than $250. It would also work for under $100 but you will not trigger the Amex Offer if you do not spend at least $75.

4. eBags Rewards

While this is normally just a couple of percent that you can use on future purchases, eBags has a special deal right now for Tumi products where you will receive 20% back in rewards for future spend. That is huge! If you do want Tumi, this should help to make the cost more reasonable.

Putting It Together

So, let’s see how this will add up! For ease of math, let’s take an item(s) that costs $150. This is the price point that will yield the most savings.

  • Item cost = $150
  • Discount of $50 – $50
  • Amex Offer cashback – $15
  • TopCashBack 20% cashback – $20
  • Total price – $85 or almost 57% off!

Remember, the Amex Offer is on the Amex end so it will not affect your TopCashBack or final price on eBags. Of course, you could also try using gift cards and buying them in $75 increments as well if you would like to get something more expensive. Either way, this is a great way to realize a lot of cashback and get some nice gear at a bargain as well!

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About the author

Charlie

Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.

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