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AliExpress: 10% Cashback on Affiliate Products (Capped at $15, Was 5%, Ends Midnight) @ Cashrewards

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During the 6 hour promo, 10% cashback for AliExpress is capped at $15 in total per member account, irrespective of the number of transactions made. Valid 6pm to 11:59pm AEST 13/05/2021.

Important: Effective 20/12/20, cashback will only be eligible on purchase of affiliate products. Check product eligibility on this link by entering the product ID or URL. Ensure you click 'Shop Now' prior to purchase. Claims will not be accepted for purchase of non-affiliate products.

Confirmation of delivery or goods received must be made on AliExpress within 90 days of placing your order to be eligible for cashback.

Empty your cart prior to clicking from Cashrewards. Add items to your cart after clicking from Cashrewards.

Cashback is ineligible on the purchase of face masks, medical consumables, gift cards, virtual products, coupons, travel, ebooks, AliExpress Top-up, and any non-affiliate AliExpress products.

Cashback may be ineligible if using coupons not listed on Cashrewards.

You must return and click through from Cashrewards every time you make a new transaction/purchase.

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP

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      anyway to easy check if any items in the cart is eligible?

      checking each link one at a time is a pain

  • +8 votes

    The challenge will be find "cheap" products that are on the eligible list.

    It should be noted that this "eligibility" issue applies to all cashback services.

    If you remember back approx. 3 years, all products on Ali we eliagle for 10% cashback on both SB and CR and at that time there was no GST, and postage rates were about half what they are now!

    • +2 votes

      I remember those days and pretty sure cap was higher as well.

      I guess global freight is (profanity) due to limited flights.

      • +5 votes

        Quite the opposite regarding freight. AliExpress requires sellers to provide shipping with tracking now, which has for the most part eliminated China Post that resulted in shipping taking months or lost altogether.

        Alibaba's Cainiao is now the standard and it's excellent. Packages arriving in 3-4 weeks, tracking and for sellers it's dirt cheap.

        • +3 votes

          Hmm, that good to know. I guess this dramatically reduce not received fraud.

          • +6 votes

            @foamyknuckle: There's still a common scam of sellers asking for more money for shipping and if you refuse they'll mark it as shipped with a fake tracking number. A seller who pulled that on me recently used a tracking number that was marked as return to sender a week prior, so my dispute was automatically won in my favour.

            Dispute system is certainly better now than it was years ago.

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              @Clear: Oh this happened to me as well. So annoying.

        • +5 votes

          I've noticed something interesting when using the app and buying something with free shipping.

          If you add that item with free shipping to your cart it will automatically move you into a paid shipping service (assuming other non-free services are offered) and won't let you move back to free shipping.

          The only way to get free shipping with such items is to use the "buy it now" button.

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            @ash2000: I don't have that problem it seems. You can change the shipping method in the cart right below the price of the item. It's text in blue.

            • +4 votes

              @Clear: I've had what ash is referring to as well.

              Items marked with free shipping, added to cart, and then when in checkout the free shipping is gone, and choosing the dropdown to choose a different shipping method does not re-reveal a free shipping option.

              Didn't know about the buy it now, skip checkout, and still get free shipping method. Ta ash.

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                @metalslaw: I'm glad it's just not me! Thanks for confirming.

                • +1 vote

                  @ash2000: Me too. I thought it was a bug.

                  • +1 vote

                    @GirlFriday: Actually, I've noticed it's not just with free postage, but infact all postage. Eg. An item with $1.19 shipping is added to the cart…..bingo….$4.76 shipping!

                    Caveat emptor.

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              @Clear: Ok, I've just tried with another item, and it did work. Earlier it would allow me to check "fee", but upon clicking ' ok' the total wouldn't update.

              Still, bloody cheeky of Ali…….hoping people blindly click through to the payment screen without double checking.

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            @ash2000: Yes, got that yesterday as I specifically saved products that I had already checked were affiliated with free shipping, added to cart and it was $2+.

            • +1 vote

              @MeesusEff: Bloody cheeky of ali……classic bait and switch.

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                @ash2000: Yeah I did back out and unsaved a few products before I realised I had to "buy it now" instead 😭 oh well, guess it was almost free anyway because of TA's deal yestersay

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          Wait what. Is the order of best preference of shipping on Aliexpress to be ECM > Aliexpres Standard > Cainiao > China Post

          • +1 vote

            @tommypickles: AliExpress standard could mean anything the seller decides to use. If it doesn't cost much extra I will normally go for ePacket as I know delivery is quicker and I'll receive an SMS when it's on its way from UCL.

    • -1 vote

      yeap is hard to find them
      and a real chore to check

      might as well not have it.

  • +4 votes

    I wish ACCC can fine on AliExpress on click bait ads. Item for sale for $5, by the time you select the location, it become $20, since cheap as Russia is their default location.

    • +2 votes

      It's not just the "bait ads" it's all the search results too.

      Search for let's say "product XYZ". Search results returned, great $5 with free shipping. You Click on link. Now price displays $5 to $18. Sounds ominous, but you proceed. Click on China to Australia and surprise surprise the item is now $18!

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        the same occurs with ebay listings items for 99c as lowest

        when you open it, it just for a cable or some cheap item,
        real item you want cost much more.

        not really much we can do about this.

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      eBay items suffer the same problem. $2 phone? Click in and see the option for a $2 cable and the phone is a few hundred

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    Does aliexpress accept PayPal payment?

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      It does now.

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        Great thank you

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