How do I earn cash back rewards on purchases?

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You earn cash back rewards automatically by using your Aspiration debit card for purchases. Cash back rewards are unlimited, and you’ll earn extra rewards for spending at businesses with a conscience.

One way to get those extra rewards is by AIMing higher! AIM (the Aspiration Impact Measurement) is the feature on our mobile app that shows you your own sustainable impact score and the score of many of the places you shop everyday. You can see scores for People and Planet. When you make purchases at businesses with the highest AIM scores, you currently earn 0.5% cash back on those purchases. (You currently earn 0.1% cash back on all other purchases.)

You can also earn up to 5% cash back on purchases by using your Aspiration debit card at businesses that are members of the Conscience Coalition. Click here to learn more about Conscience Coalition.

ACH transfers/transactions, mobile check deposits, check payments via the Payments feature, and ATM withdrawals are not eligible for cash back.

Keep in mind your debit card is linked to Aspiration Spend, and that both cash back percentages and businesses’ AIM scores are subject to change and may change at any time without notice.

The current list of businesses with the highest AIM scores, where we offer 0.5% cash back rewards, is below:

Adobe Systems
Aetna
Allstate
Apple
AT&T
Boost Mobile
Boots
Cricket Wireless
CVS
DirecTV
eBay
Esurance
Google
Jet.com
MetLife
Microsoft
Page Plus Cellular
Skype
Sprint
Target
Verizon
Walmart
Xbox

The current list of businesses that are members of the Conscience Coalition and the cash back offered at those companies is below:

5% cash back:
Reformation
Warby Parker
United By Blue
Parachute Home
Brandless
Causebox
LOLA


4% cash back:
TOMS
Known Supply
Soapbox


3% cash back:
Arcadia Power
Feed Projects
This Bar Saves Lives
Wag Walking
Blue Apron
Girlfriend Collective

These lists were last updated on September 11, 2019.

Aspiration Partners, LLC and its subsidiaries are not affiliated with the organizations listed.

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