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AltiAction Donate $15 for $30 Alti Dollars - Starts May 24

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[Altitude Sports] AltiAction Donate $15 for $30 Alti Dollars - Starts May 24

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$15
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50%
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There are a few good Altitude Sports deals in the pipe making it worthwhile to plan ahead, best for things that typically don't go on sale or get low/no stock by the time they do

1. May 10 - 16, 2022 - Altitude Sports Spend $125 get $25 - https://www.altitude-sports.com/collections/spend-get
Credit will be sent May 17 and valid until May 31
2. May 14 - (15?), 2022 - Rakuten 10% cash back (until 9pm PST) - https://www.rakuten.ca/altitude-sports.com
3. May 24, 2022 - AltiAction $15 for $30 Alti Dollars which never expire - https://www.altitude-sports.com/pages/alti-action-organization

For the simplest play, purchase at least $125 today and get $25 + 10% cash back, and on May 24 spend $15 to get $30 and buy something else.
If what you're buying is >= $125 and you have something else you want that is < $125, then do the above.
If what you're buying is < $150 and you don't have anything else to get, then just do AltiAction
If what you're buying is > $150 then regardless of whether you have something else to get you should just buy it today w/ 10% cash back

Even better if you already have expiring credits to spend, plus you get $10 credit when you review your purchase

Note: value spent with credits subtracts from the total reported to Rakuten for cash back so it is technically best to use credits when there is low cash back
Ex. if 10% cash back and you spend $70 credits on a $100 item, you'll only get $3 in cash back for the $30 remaining after credits are deducted, missing out on an additional $7 cash back. If you did this when cash back is only 2%, you'd only miss out on an additional $1.40 cash back.
Last edited by DrAcX on May 15th, 2022 12:30 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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You still need to meet $49 spending requirement in order to get free shipping.

Can you purchase AltiAction + a physical item to add up to >$49 to get free shipping on May 24?
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Note that using Expiring Credits will void the Rakuten Cash Back. And isn't applicable for any Alti-Action orders.
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OnTheToilet wrote: Note that using Expiring Credits will void the Rakuten Cash Back. And isn't applicable for any Alti-Action orders.
I recently made an order with expirable credits and got cash back. The only thing is you don't get cash back on the portion paid with credits, same as how you don't get cash back for the taxes you pay on top.
Ex. $100 item, $10 credits used = $90 order shows up on Rakuten with the corresponding cash back.
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Thanks OP for the detailed post. Steamed I just spent $425 on Friday w/o the cashback. Oh well.

+20% off with Perkopolis code for anyone who has that.
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Rakuten still 10% today
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DrAcX wrote: I recently made an order with expirable credits and got cash back. The only thing is you don't get cash back on the portion paid with credits, same as how you don't get cash back for the taxes you pay on top.
Ex. $100 item, $10 credits used = $90 order shows up on Rakuten with the corresponding cash back.
I initially got the cash back and they took it out after a few weeks. This was with 2 orders a few months ago.
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aizecarla wrote: I initially got the cash back and they took it out after a few weeks. This was with 2 orders a few months ago.
I've made a number of orders regularly over the past few months and earlier, all using expirable credits and all have gone through and paid out fine. It sounds really odd for them to do this and I assume there are other reasons, like if you return your purchases or some other violation of ToS. I imagine a lot of people follow the pattern of purchase -> review for $10 credit -> use credit on next purchase, so would have had a pretty big backlash if they kept canceling cash back especially when the credit is typically a tiny almost negligible portion of the purchase.
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Naturally, the one thing I was waiting for a sale on, is sold out :P
Can you spare some cutter, me brother?
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DrAcX wrote: I've made a number of orders regularly over the past few months and earlier, all using expirable credits and all have gone through and paid out fine. It sounds really odd for them to do this and I assume there are other reasons, like if you return your purchases or some other violation of ToS. I imagine a lot of people follow the pattern of purchase -> review for $10 credit -> use credit on next purchase, so would have had a pretty big backlash if they kept canceling cash back especially when the credit is typically a tiny almost negligible portion of the purchase.
You’re lucky I guess. It’s literally on the exception.

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