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Rewards Malls

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Every rewards mall is different. We review every mall in detail, providing basic information and analysis of each mall’s strengths and weaknesses. If you’re looking for the best place to shop online, or already have a favorite site and want to make your dollar go further, you’ve come to the right place.

Bank of America WorldPoints Mall

The WorldPoints Mall has been no better than average in the past, but there have been some signs of improvement. We tell you how to make the best of your Bank of America rewards and why WorldPoints are definitely not our favorites.

Citi Bonus Cash Center

Offering an average of 5% cash back, the Citi portal is a solid bonus for select cardholders. We explain the ins and outs of the mall and talk about why other malls might even serve you better.

Delta SkyMiles Shopping Mall

Delta SkyMiles never expire – ever – so rack them up and hoard for a big trip. We give you the basics on how the Delta mall works and feature some industry experts who have insider tips on how to maximize your award miles.


Home of the 5% minimum cash back, ShopDiscover routinely has the best rewards rates in town. Check out our take on the good and the bad of  Discover’s shopping portal.

United MileagePlus Shopping Mall

A popular mall from a popular airline, United’s portal beats out a lot of its airline competitors. We highlight some expert tips and talk about how to earn miles towards free flights.

The college savings plan,, has a bunch of valuable tricks to earn money for college. But the Upromise Shopping Mall is by far the best way to earn. We explain why you can shop for 10% or more at over 800 retailers.

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