Are you still busy finishing up your holiday plans? It’s not too late to shop online. Most websites can still deliver by Christmas Eve if you shop now. So what are you waiting for? Get shopping!
But wait…you might want to take a quick break and go here first. If you sign up you’ll get $20 back as easy as 1, 2, 3!
Singing up for MasterCard’s Here’s To Mom campaign only takes a few seconds. Just register your MasterCard and shop online between now and December 31. If you spend a total of $200 or more you’ll receive a $20 MasterCard gift card. That’s right-you’re getting paid to shop!
So where can you shop for this campaign? Anywhere! You can make one big online shopping trip or dozens of little ones. It doesn’t matter. All you have to do is spend a total of $200 online with your registered MasterCard and an email with details on your $20 gift card will be in your inbox.
|The Lands’ End tote I ordered should arrive this Tuesday.|
Where have I shopped online this month? Lowes, Amazon, Sephora, Lands’ End and Sears. Don’t like paying for shipping? Neither do I! I’ve yet to pay a single shipping fee by searching online for free shipping codes. If you’re more of a brick and mortar store kind of girl, that’s OK-you can do one of my favorite tricks. Order online and pick up in store. As a matter of fact, I’m heading out in a bit to pick up the panini maker I ordered online last night for my father’s birthday gift from Sears. I’ll get to park in the loading zone and zip in and out. It couldn’t be easier!
|My dad’s birthday present!|
So what am I going to get with my $20 MasterCard gift card? There’s a totally kooky lamp I’ve wanted forever for my living room. I don’t need it, I’ve talked myself out of buying it a few dozen times, but hey. This $20 is for me and I’ll get a silly lamp if I want to!
|Seriously, isn’t this a cool lamp?|
So go…go now. Sign up for Here’s To Mom and get shopping! And make sure you buy a little something nice for yourself with your $20 gift card when it arrives.
This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias. All opinions and strange tastes in lamps are my own.