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Amazon AU: 5% Cashback on Electronics Plus up to 10% Cashback for 14 Other Categories @ ShopBack


Four new categories for Amazon including electronics!

  • Baby (Includes Strollers, Car Seats, Car Seats, Safety Equipment)
  • Beauty (Includes Haircare & Hair Styling, Makeup, Fragrances, Manicures)
  • Health, Household Products & Personal Care (Includes Electronic Personal Care, Laundry, Supplement, Cleaning Supplies)
  • Electronics (Includes Bluetooth Speakers, Headphones, Speakers)
Categories Current Previous
Amazon Devices (Includes Echo, Fire TV & Tablet, Kindle, Ring Smart Security, Eero Mesh Wi-Fi) 10.00% 7.00%
Apparel 10.00% 7.00%
Jewellery 10.00% 7.00%
Shoes, Handbags, Wallets, Sunglasses & Accessories 10.00% 7.00%
Automotive (Includes Car Care, Tools & equipments, Oil & Fluids, Motorbike Accessories) 7.5% 6.00%
Home (Includes Bed Bath, Decor, Storage & Organisation, Heaters, Fans, Vacuum Cleaners, Mattresses, Furniture) 7.5% 6.00%
Luggage & Backpacks 7.5% 6.00%
Premium Beauty 7.5% 6.00%
Watches 7.5% 6.00%
Sports & Outdoors 7.5% 6.00%
Alcohol (Includes Wine, Beer & Spirits, Pre-Mixed Drinks) 7.5% 6.00%
Baby (Includes Strollers, Car Seats, Car Seats, Safety Equipment) 7.5% 0.00%
Beauty (Includes Haircare & Hair Styling, Makeup, Fragrances, Manicures) 7.5% 0.00%
Health, Household Products & Personal Care (Includes Electronic Personal Care, Laundry, Supplement, Cleaning Supplies) 7.5% 0.00%
Electronics (Includes Bluetooth Speakers, Headphones, Speakers) 5% 0.00%

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  • +20 votes

    If only this stacked on with prime day…

    E: nvm computers is a separate category :(

  • +16 votes

    still no video games

    • They used to include gaming, movies and tv shows and books but they removed the lot. Most of my purchases were from those categories.

  • Not behd not behd

  • Still no toys for board games but that electronics….really hope there's a repeat on that sale of the Acer Aspire 5, I want a budget laptop damnit!

  • none of my items tracked

  • conveniently increased after prime day 🙂 too bad eBays flash sale and increased cashback stole the prime day spotlight

  • Cashback is only payable on order value (excludes taxes, shipping and packaging costs) and is valid on orders paid for with gift cards (not orders with Amazon credit)

    Does that mean Amazon gift card balance??

  • Just be aware: Mobile Phones & Wearable Tech (Includes Smartwatches, Fitness Trackers, Dashcams, Tablets, Navigation) - 0% !!!
    Booooooo - aren't they electronics as well ??

    • Bad title. Should say Speakers and Headphones not electronics but anything to get the clicks…

    • Happy getting the Fitbit charge 4 print day/JB hi-fi price matched/beaten at officeworks Wednesday, there's ya 5%, and noticed they went back to orig price the next day.

  • My ShopBack did not track my orders and it happened many times. Not happy. :<

  • +38 votes

    Did we all forget that Shopback got hacked and lost lots of peoples personal data?

    • reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

    • People forget so quickly

    • I’m still constantly getting scam calls. I’ve blocked over 30 numbers since these idiots didn’t secure their system and got hacked.
      They also rejected a big cash back on my Surface Book and surface dock after never having an issue before that… Click history clearly showed they were wrong but no go. I’ll never use the mob again!

    • Did we all forget that everything is hackable and nothing is truly invincible.

      • I’m typically of the same opinion, but in this case it seems something’s a bit off with the way they dealt with it.
        Sort of leads me to think that they really didn’t make an effort to actually secure the data properly. Most other places will provide more information as to how the breach occurred. Maybe if it gets onto Haveibeenpwned it will provide some more details.
        I’m not naive to the fact that it’s not unusual for places to get hacked as, per my using a password manager and 2FA on everything for years.
        I’ve got my fair share of hacked sites against my email address on Haveibeenpwned over the years. Maybe I’m just more annoyed coz of the excessive phone spam :)

  • Seems some of the category only last 2 days.

  • Do air conditioners qualify under the ‘Home’ category?

  • [email protected] these guys, compromised my password & details in their recent data breach. My advice is to stay away.

    • How do you know if your data is compromised?

      • Because they told us

        • Because they had to tell us it is a mandatory legal requirement that are huge fines for not disclosing

      • I've been getting a LOT of spam SMS', a few calls where I pick up and the other side disconnects immediately. Haven't checked spam inbox email. Not sure where my phone number leaked out from, could be them or could be many other places (although coincidentally they did kinda start when this breach happened…), but very annoying since I am expecting interview calls but don't want to pick up to scam callers and telemarketers…

        • My email linked with ShopBack has also been pounded since the breach. Fake PayPal, Netflix, Amazon login prompts sent almost daily. A few calls from the taxman aswell. Google repeatedly asks me to change my other 31 same login details due to breach. A few days back I answered an automated call saying I owed money etc
          I called the number back over 10 times till a lady answered and said “oh are you from the cricket club? I called this morning to put my son to the local cricket club” she sounded sweet so I just played along lol

      • Started getting random spam emails with my password as the subject line asking for $$$, changed a few of my other accounts with the breached password.

        90% sure it's from their data breach as I haven't used this password elsewhere for a longtime. Not worth it for a bit of loose change. Stay away from Hackback.

    • Worth changing password?
      Guess stick to cash rewards then

  • Oculus quest is classified under video games 0%.

  • Get your personal information leaked for free!

  • Quest 2 included?

  • How does Shopback treat an Amazon order with items from different categories? Is it sophisticated enough to calculate the shopback separately for each type of item eg say $50 worth is electronics and 50% is homewares, does it simply give the whole order the lowest cashback rate, or does it apply it for each category?

    • Each individual product gets its own cashback no matter know many you have in an order (for whatever is eligible). They do make mistakes from time to time so just check its right. You only get cashback from Amazon products minus 10% because of GST.

  • Sorry to say that once my data has been breached, no amount of extra cashback is worth my chasing. My data is worth more than this.

    • My data is worth more than this.

      Is it really, though?

    • Hope your not using any of these companies any more as well https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_data_breaches

      • whoa….there goes photoshop and reader….and flash player….

        didnt think apple was hacked….thought their tech was top notch uncrackable!

        lol…someone stole a computer from at&t….

        wait, when did Bethesda get hacked?!

        Blizzard Entertainment got hacked?! shhhiiitttt there goes diablo 3 and wow…..and….some other games…

        Citigroup….is that citibank? shiitttt…everyone here uses it as a no international transaction fee payment method…..including myself!

        dropbox was hacked?! nooo all my backups where will they go now?!

        ebay was hacked?! ssshhhhhiiiiiittttt……and everyone puts their persnal info on there…..

        lel Equifax….isnt them like a credit scoring company or something….?

        ive heard of Evernote….its like a note taking program right? only used it a few times until i figured it was quicker and easier to write down than type….or use notepad…

        facebook, huh? good thing i dont have one….

        gmail was hacked?! all my emails exposed…..

        google plus….they forced me to make one to use youtube….

        hp got hacked? welll good thing i dont have anything from branding….

        instagram……good thing i dont use instagram….

        hah…linkedln….good thing i dont have an account there…

        microsoft got hacked?! wwwwoooooowwwweeeeeee!

        mozilla got hacked….well…there goes firefox…

        nintendo got hacked? shitttt….my compromised 3ds….

        lol patreon got hacked and everyone uses that platform for freelancing….

        Quora got hacked? well…i only go on it to look up answers to questions ive googled up anyways…

        redditt? I think like half the users on here have an account there….

        sega got hacked? welll wrent they giving away free games but requiring u to link ur steam account….? hhhhhmmmmmmmmmmmmm………..

        even sony got hacked….

        and steam too……………………………………which encompanses lik 6 million gamers…

        truecaller got hacked? was the place to see if the caller was a scammer or not…

        twitter got hacked….

        lol even uber somehow got hacked….

        ubisoft….uplay accounts….all compromised now….

        vodafone got hacked……it was an inside job apparently…

        whoa wordpress got hacked,….all blogging sites basically use this….

        youtube got recently hacked….

        yahoo…..all my ymails!

        westpac…..all these ozbargainers with westpac accounts….


        Mr Newell said Valve had no evidence that the encrypted credit card information or personal information on gamers had been taken. However, he added, "we are still investigating".


    • no amount of extra cashback is worth my chasing

      Not even if it was 100%? Or if they paid you to give it up?

  • As an added bonus, get your personal data stolen!

  • +7 votes

    It's a no from me. Problems with tracking in the past and then the data breach and the scummy way they informed everyone late on Friday night. Surprised that so many people don't seem to care.

  • was figuring out why an Arab scammer called yesterday, ShopBack explains it all

  • So how long does this run for?

  • Serial bonus cashback renegers. Stick with CashRewards who are offering the same cashbacks at Amazon…

  • On top of everything else, these ar5ehats now appear to be wallpapering review platforms with fake 5-star reviews.

  • Nothing is really safe online and many businesses have been guilty of poorly securing their systems. I agree it is no excuse to have people's private data leaked. But these are the risk we take when we provide such details over.

    The hypocrisy of it all is that many here use Google and Facebook who are known to sux up your personal data through various tracking and analytics. They know where you live, where you work, who your friends are, your political persuasion, what you buy, where you holiday, where you've been (eg. GPS location).

    Yet, they wouldn't acknowledge that this data collection occurs regularly on a daily basis (using Facebook/Google/Instagram/etc) than to keep regurgitating oh "my privacy matters".

    Here's a tip -

    Don't use the same password twice ever for any website irrespective if it is not linked to anything important like an email/bank account.

    Use a password manager that can generate complex passwords and help you manage your logins so you only have to remember 1x Master password

    Use a secondary/burner mobile number (there are plenty of 365 day prepaid plans). For a small price to pay should that number end up being exposed. Protects you also from spam callers

    Yahoo and Google email accounts allow you to create burner email addresses for which you can then depose of them. Great way to protect your primary email address from spam.

    These are what responsible internet users who value their privacy and data do. You can't rely on companies to do that for you. So be pro-active and ask yourself if you need to use Google (use DuckDuckGo), Any social media platform and a plethora of mobile apps that already probably know you since you clicked on the Accept/Install agree button but didn't read the fine print.

    • Use a secondary/burner mobile number (there are plenty of 365 day prepaid plans). For a small price to pay should that number end up being exposed. Protects you also from spam callers

      If you stop the service, like dont renew it, doesnt that just go back into the system and someone else will pick up your same number and then promptly get spammed called and text?

  • Do you get cashback if you purchase from Amazon US and UK through .com.au?

  • About a week after Shopback announced that our personal information was compromised, I started getting spam calls from numbers similar to mine and phishing emails (Amazon, Apple, Netflix etc.) that aren't being filtered and falling right into my inbox (which didn't happen to me before, all the spam used to go straight into my junk folder). Never again Shopback!

  • Been getting spam calls and sms at odd hours during the night and an increase in spam emails since the data breach