Lolli: Earn Cashback & Bitcoin is a shopping chrome extension. it's a free extension and is featured in Shopping, it has 80,000+ active users since released its first version, it earns an average rating of 4.27 from 99 rated user, last update is 275 days ago.
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It does take awhile to confirm transactions but not sure if it is longer than Rakuten or not. Made a transfer to my cold storage without any issues. Love it! Great as an extension and app
Works great. Awesome customer service. Only downside is the long time it takes until you can withdraw. Otherwise this is my go to app!
You people need to double check if your are using this extension with other cashback extensions, such as Honey. Everytime I click on Honey to activate it on a site where I have been able to successfully activate Lolli it KICKS OFF THE LOLLI EXTENSION! You can tell this by the color of the Lolli extension. It works with Capital One Shopping extension and others, but always double check to make sure that you reactivate the Lolli extension on a site that it can be used on the get Bitcoin back. It WILL kick off/turn off the Honey extension nearly all of the time if not every time. It has to be GREEN when you are completing and submitting your finalized order. Basically, it has to be Green and activated when you hit your final purchase or confirm purchase button. Otherwise, it works fine. My only gripe is that it can be used on VERY, VERY FEW SITES! So the opportunity to actually get cash back is minimal. You practically have to go out of your way to find a site that you can use it on unless you already buy stuff from their featured online stores, which is a very, very short list.