Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Giving Assistant, all opinions are strictly my own.
If you’re like me there are always weekend DIY projects to be conquering! Whether it’s adding curb appeal to your outdoor home or it’s painting a new color in your guest bathroom it seems like the “To-Do” list is never ending. I’m excited to pair up with Giving Assistant to show you how you can receive cash back for shopping online at your favorite DIY and home improvement store like Lowe’s and Home Depot to receive cash back.
Giving Assistant: How My Weekend DIY Projects Earned Cashback
My hubbie and I are trying to get our kitchen organized once and for all. We decided to start with the kitchen drawers, so I’ll show you how Giving Assistant sent me cash back in as little as 24 hours after making a purchase at Lowes online. Take a look at how easy the process is.
Cash rewards from Giving Assistant for shopping for your DIY supplies:
Let’s face it, you’re dreading going to your local home improvement store this weekend to shop with the other weekend warriors to pick out all of your painting supplies aren’t you? Why not shop for your items on Lowe’s or Home Depot’s website directly after logging into Giving Assistant and receive money back at the same time? Sounds like a win-win to me.
See how I shopped at Lowe’s to earn my cash back:
Why are kitchen home projects so expensive?
Organizing my kitchen is no easy feat. We’re conquering the utensil drawers first and I found a bamboo kitchen utensil organizer tray at Lowe’s that I love! Kitchen organization can be expensive so we are at the store each weekend buying 1 or 2 items. He he.. hey it works for us! I went to the Lowe’s link on the Giving Assistant website and found all of these coupon codes, deals, and a direct link to the Lowe’s website to earn 4% cashback on my purchases.
What I like about Giving Assistant is that they have over 1,600 different stores to choose from in a variety of categories. While I’m doing a home improvement project this week at Lowe’s next week I’m doing a crafting project for summer and the Hobby Lobby website will be my next stop to buy my supplies.
See how Giving Assistant works earns you cash rewards:
• Retailers pay Giving Assistant commission for purchases originated from the website [Average ~5%).
• For purchases made by their members, they give you the entire commission in the form of ‘cash back’.
• Plus, they make a small donation to Feeding America to give one meal every time cash back is earned.
• Members are given the option to automatically donate any % of their cash back to any charity of their choice.
Don’t want to wait for your items to be shipped to you?
You can get order your items through Giving Assistant and get your savings and then go to your local store to get your pickup. That way there is no delay in working on your projects that weekend!
I’m on my way to Lowe’s today to pickup my bamboo kitchen utensil tray that I ordered yesterday… Easy peasy ☺
My cashback email came this morning!
To my surprise I woke up to an email showing me the cashback amount that had been credited to my Giving Assistant account. I spent $12.99 on my tray and received $.52 cents back! So just imagine if you were to buy your entire DIY project supplies how much you would get back? Pretty cool for already purchasing items you would be getting anyway, right?
See how easy that was? Try out Giving Assistant and let me know what DIY project you plan on conquering this weekend.