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November 03, 2013, 05:12:40 PM
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Hello, some sites let you click through them before going to the actual store's website, enabling the consumer to get larger discounts and "points" with the initial site.

Although there can be different portals, many of those portals go to the same store website like to Macys.com for instance

I am looking for how practical it is to combine those kind of sites via cookies or network analysis or other, to get multiple rewards for single orders

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November 03, 2013, 05:50:18 PM
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I'm pretty sure most stores don't allow you to have more than 1 discount code.
Nobody would allow you to get like a 95% off retail at their own shop..

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November 03, 2013, 06:25:00 PM
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I'm pretty sure most stores don't allow you to have more than 1 discount code.
Nobody would allow you to get like a 95% off retail at their own shop..

the stores aren't granting it, the shopping portals have their own reward systems

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November 03, 2013, 06:30:18 PM
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Hello, some sites let you click through them before going to the actual store's website, enabling the consumer to get larger discounts and "points" with the initial site.

Although there can be different portals, many of those portals go to the same store website like to Macys.com for instance

I am looking for how practical it is to combine those kind of sites via cookies or network analysis or other, to get multiple rewards for single orders

PM me

So, you mean, say, cashback sites?

If so, then it won't work. They all set cookies, but when it comes to the site, the rule is usually that the last set cookie wins. You won't be able to use multiple sites for the same purchase.
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November 03, 2013, 06:43:53 PM
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Hello, some sites let you click through them before going to the actual store's website, enabling the consumer to get larger discounts and "points" with the initial site.

Although there can be different portals, many of those portals go to the same store website like to Macys.com for instance

I am looking for how practical it is to combine those kind of sites via cookies or network analysis or other, to get multiple rewards for single orders

PM me

So, you mean, say, cashback sites?

If so, then it won't work. They all set cookies, but when it comes to the site, the rule is usually that the last set cookie wins. You won't be able to use multiple sites for the same purchase.

okay, is this an absolute?
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November 03, 2013, 06:51:22 PM
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Hello, some sites let you click through them before going to the actual store's website, enabling the consumer to get larger discounts and "points" with the initial site.

Although there can be different portals, many of those portals go to the same store website like to Macys.com for instance

I am looking for how practical it is to combine those kind of sites via cookies or network analysis or other, to get multiple rewards for single orders

PM me

So, you mean, say, cashback sites?

If so, then it won't work. They all set cookies, but when it comes to the site, the rule is usually that the last set cookie wins. You won't be able to use multiple sites for the same purchase.

okay, is this an absolute?

Yes. It's an absolute due to how the retailer pays the discount site.
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November 03, 2013, 06:53:27 PM
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Hello, some sites let you click through them before going to the actual store's website, enabling the consumer to get larger discounts and "points" with the initial site.

Although there can be different portals, many of those portals go to the same store website like to Macys.com for instance

I am looking for how practical it is to combine those kind of sites via cookies or network analysis or other, to get multiple rewards for single orders

PM me

So, you mean, say, cashback sites?

If so, then it won't work. They all set cookies, but when it comes to the site, the rule is usually that the last set cookie wins. You won't be able to use multiple sites for the same purchase.

okay, is this an absolute?

Yes. It's an absolute due to how the retailer pays the discount site.

what about modifying the cookie, I haven't looked at the contents of these cookies yet

maybe session ids can be inserted into a cookie, or the server side software assumes too many things about cookies
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November 03, 2013, 06:57:37 PM
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Hello, some sites let you click through them before going to the actual store's website, enabling the consumer to get larger discounts and "points" with the initial site.

Although there can be different portals, many of those portals go to the same store website like to Macys.com for instance

I am looking for how practical it is to combine those kind of sites via cookies or network analysis or other, to get multiple rewards for single orders

PM me

So, you mean, say, cashback sites?

If so, then it won't work. They all set cookies, but when it comes to the site, the rule is usually that the last set cookie wins. You won't be able to use multiple sites for the same purchase.

okay, is this an absolute?

Yes. It's an absolute due to how the retailer pays the discount site.

what about modifying the cookie, I haven't looked at the contents of these cookies yet

maybe session ids can be inserted into a cookie, or the server side software assumes too many things about cookies

Can you modify cookies? Yes. Can you change a cookie with the correct cookie name to have multiple session IDs? No, because they'll end up being detected as 1 session ID and the whole cookie will become useless.
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November 03, 2013, 09:55:16 PM
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Hello, some sites let you click through them before going to the actual store's website, enabling the consumer to get larger discounts and "points" with the initial site.

Although there can be different portals, many of those portals go to the same store website like to Macys.com for instance

I am looking for how practical it is to combine those kind of sites via cookies or network analysis or other, to get multiple rewards for single orders

PM me

So, you mean, say, cashback sites?

If so, then it won't work. They all set cookies, but when it comes to the site, the rule is usually that the last set cookie wins. You won't be able to use multiple sites for the same purchase.

okay, is this an absolute?

lol it seems like you are the one that's clueless...

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what about modifying the cookie, I haven't looked at the contents of these cookies yet

maybe session ids can be inserted into a cookie, or the server side software assumes too many things about cookies

How the hell can you "modify' a cookie?  Roll Eyes  I doubt it would work.  Use different routers from different addresses, that might work :p

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November 04, 2013, 09:54:24 AM
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How the hell can you "modify' a cookie?  Roll Eyes  I doubt it would work.  Use different routers from different addresses, that might work :p
In Opera: Preferences -> Advanced -> Cookies -> Manage Cookies
Search the cookie from the list, expand it and doubleclick any value to modify it.

Not to mention that if you're a programmer it's simple to send your own cookie values to any website.


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