expired AliExpress 12% Cashback (Capped at $50, Was 5%) @ Shopback

1100

Better cashback than last time.

Here's a good deal for cat lovers.

Excludes taxes, fees or additional extras
Cashback is capped at $50 per transaction

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$5 to both referrer and referee (+ Bonus $5 until 31/1/19) after $20 purchase.

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Comments

  • +8 votes

    Covers GST + 2%.

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    Just made an order for $500 yesterday. Is it worth it to cancel and re-order :/

    • +5 votes

      gee mate seriously, dont do shopping unless there are special cashback deals/promo.
      especially: ebay ali groupon.

    • +1 vote

      Is it worth it to cancel and re-order :/

      No. The time the seller authorises the cancellation (assuming they do) the promo cashback will likely be over.

      I'm assuming you used the 6% cashback click through yesterday?

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    CommBank will allow alipay throughout Australia from next month

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      Where can I get more information about this?

      Are you referring to the ability to hold a balance in Alipay?

      Currently this doesn't work unless you are a Chinese national as there is difficulty verifying the identities of foreigners.

      Alipay payment has been available for years via NAB's EFT terminals, at least in the enclave suburbs.

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    I have a $2 coupon. Can it be combined with that?

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      I'm also worried about using coupons with cashbacks as shopback seems to have all these conditions on coupons .. I tend to work out which will give me the bigger discount (coupons or cash back) and go with that….

      Mind you, I've had used coupons before and they were still tracked by shopback… So I have no idea…

      Anyone have a definitive answer to this?

      • +2 votes

        i wont risk it tbh.
        just use the $2 for something else. doh, its just $2.. there are like million items under $2 at aliexpress

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        Anyone have a definitive answer to this?

        No. But having made dozens of purchases with coupons, multiple stacked coupons during sale periods, and have always received cashback. This is despite the usual disclaimer in the cash back sites warning of coupon use.

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      In my experience Shopback aren't as bad as Cashrewards when it comes to denying cash back even if you've followed all the rules, but is it worth taking the risk for just $2?

  • +1 vote

    https://www.afr.com/technology/cba-in-payments-deal-with-chi...

    There are two parts to the agreement. First, CBA has agreed to allow Alipay to use its digital payments infrastructure to enable customers in Australia to use their existing payments methods (such as credit cards or BPay) to make purchases over AliExpress, a platform where Chinese merchants sell to global consumers.

    The second aspect of the deal will involve CBA acquiring Australian merchants for Alipay, by offering its payments capability to its own business customer base that are currently using its Albert payments terminals.

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    purchase made via aliexpress mobile apps are eligible?

  • +4 votes

    I used Aliexpress and found they have a one / two guarantee, once they have your money, too bad. I got burnt horribly, cost me 1000 dollars. My friend suffered the same and lost over $100. This is a Chinese company and my getting a shoddy broken second hand computer delivered instead of the new laptop was shocking. The supplier proved they had delivered but what i got was an ancient irreparable broken laptop. Ali express not so long ago set up an Australian web site, dot au, only to take it down because of the furore from previously dudded people. Perhaps things have changed and some people get their goods as described, but be very careful about using Aliexpress. Alipay was not interested and useless and felt like a con. Ali pay is Not Paypal. My friend never even received his item!
    Just sayin' be very careful

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      That sucks for you. Fortunately I have always had a good experience on my orders.

      • +4 votes

        Yes, Good for you. They have honest sellers but they also have dishonest sellers and the larger the purchase price the probability of never seeing your money again seems to be high. When it comes to dishonesty, Aliexpress and Alipay don't care and that is the real problem. Aliexpress is made up of totally independent sellers all selling under the portal of Aliexpress. Alipay just transfer your money and have no regard for anything else, unlike Paypal that protect. There are reasons Paypal is not used on Aliexpress. It is a lottery and not everyone wins.

        • +2 votes

          I've been burnt in expensive orders. I just get cheapies from them now. PayPal > AliExpress by a mile…

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        same here. they are just fine with me. over 50 orders. cheapest compare with ebay gearbest etc. lots interesting stuffs. good app. basically, near perfect.

    • +3 votes

      I'll have to echo HubCapped experiences, although I lost a lot less (only about AUD $30 worth), it left a sour taste in my mouth. Buyer beware, there are shoddy sellers (with decent feedback/ratings) who will send you the wrong, cheaper items and then you're screwed. Aliexpress does not care despite their claims of having buyer "protection" etc — and yes, this is exactly why they don't offer PayPal as a payment method.

  • +2 votes

    Does anyone else always get redirected to Aliexpress in Russian, even halfway through checkout? Happens all the damn time for me.

  • +3 votes

    Ali Express do not honor their refund policy. I purchased a new Samsung battery from them and it doesn't charge fully as if it was a used battery. They refused to refund saying its Samsung fault so they say they will ask Samsung. None of the Samsung battery I got from other dealers has any problem. I had a similar problem with ebay but they honored their refund policy. Wish also honor refund poicy but within 30 day.

    • +2 votes

      Yeah like a reply earlier. I've got screwed over from them a couple times. Customer service is just a bot. One time seller gave me the wrong product intentionally and refused to refund unless I gave positive feedback and said I changed my mind, even though the item hadn't even shipped yet. Other time got faulty headphones but they didn't want to do anything about it. So now it's just small stuff if I do buy from there. Basically $20 maximum. PayPal does not support them for a reason! Positive side I did get a CPU waterblock $30 cheaper than anywhere else plus they threw in 3 extra led attachments for no charge. Buyer Beware should be their slogan.

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      I've almost never had a bad experience from them, virtually always got my refund. Got stressed a few times arguing with unfair sellers but don't bother, just wait for the Aliexpress judge, they always rule fairly. Just got to watch out as the refund period is usually only good for 60 days + 15 days from date of purchase. Just make sure you take the photos/videos that they require, can't just issue out refunds willy nilly. This is not a lot of time because it often takes 20-50 days or so just for the product to arrive.

      However, some sellers have shorter delivery time frame promises so it can be less like 25 days + 15 days feedback period.

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    Aaaaand that was once expensive AliExpress trip. Thankfully the seller coupons + the 2% from SB made it cheaper :)

  • -1 vote

    Cashrewards 4% lol. They're dying a slow death.

  • +1 vote

    So only the one day it's available for. Would have thought Shopback would send emails about these deals to members? Could have been pretty good with AliExpress $4.21 off (US$3) for new customers.

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    Good luck getting your cashback. Shopback don't guarantee cashback like cashrewards does, got nothing back from using shopback. They said sorry, oh well you get nothing, no guarantees roll dice.

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    how quick are people seeing the purchase in shopback? I ordered Friday and am not seeing it yet on Monday. Always seems to work with cashrewards…

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