If looking at programs like these, you guys may also want to check out CouponCabin. Similar click through promos to earn a % of purchase back, but the real big ticket reason to look into their site is the Member Only Cashback offers. Typically every day an email blast comes through that features a few popular retailers with a big Cashback offer - such as up to $100 back. These can be smaller (like $50 back) but I've seen as high as $250 back. These big $ cash back promos are simple: spend through the retailer and earn up to the cited amount back (effectively 100% cash back if you spend less than or right at the cited value). These offers are "activated" at certain times in the day, after which you click the "activate" button as quick as you can once the offer goes live. Limited offers are available, so they're hard to get - often showing "these offers have have all been claimed", but I've been fortunate enough to activate 3 different offers for $100 back each. Once you activate one of these offers, you have until midnight Central time to make the purchase through the offer link. There's other criteria like has to be completed online through their link without browsing any other sites in between, delivery only, no ad blocker activated, no items already in the shopping cart once you get to the retailers site (through their link), etc. Also, once you activate one of these limited time Members Only cashback offers, you have to wait 30 days before you can activate another - but you can still shop through them for the basic % back like Ebates, MyPoints, Swagbucks, etc. Also, you have to wait 90 days before you can activate another Members Only offer through the same retailer.
It's not exactly jumping through hoops, but you do need to adhere to the fine print if you want your activated offer to go through successfully. Some places (Walmart) have an extended waiting period while your cashback stays pending (to ensure no returned items I think), but Amazon and Home Depot are fairly quick with pending cashback only lasting about a month. Have to say it's exciting to get/activate one of those cashback offers and buy needed stuff knowing that you're basically getting paid back for it. Oh, and cashback can be set up to be sent back to you simply as a check or you can opt for a retailer gift card (ie Amazon) to get a little more added to your cashback value.
Happy shopping, hope this doesn't generate too much competition for member offers!