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Ebags is currently running a sale on TUMI luggage but, on its own, the sale isn’t really all that exciting. Fortunately TopCashback.com is at hand to help make the discounts a little better and, with a fantastic offer of 26% cash back on all TUMI luggage sold through eBags, there are some seriously good savings to be had.
Even if you’re not a fan of TUMI (I have to admit to having fallen out of love with the brand) the 18% cash back that’s also on offer on most other luggage brands is pretty enticing.
These offers are availabe for the next 5 days and will end on 8 June.
Terms You Need To Know
- Using a promotional/coupon code not posted and approved by TopCashback.
- Electronics are not eligible for cash back.
- Orders deemed by eBags to be used for reselling purposes.
- Gift certificates, monogramming, luggage locator services, and the following brands (Fujifilm, Briggs & Riley) are excluded from cash back.
- Not completing your transaction fully once you have clicked through TopCashback, and navigating away from site.
You should also bear in mind the following:
- Only purchases made on eBags’s US site are eligible for cash back.
- Cash back amounts are generally based on your final purchase amount and does not include taxes, shipping and the actual discount amount saved through coupons.
As I say every time a TUMI sale rolls into town, I’m not about to put myself forward as a big TUMI fan but I know that a lot of people still like some of the luggage the brand produces and I have to admit to still liking the TUMI Alpha ranges which are made out of ballistic nylon.
It’s worth remembering that there are a couple of eBags Amex available right now (assuming you’ve been targeted to receive them) so these should help bring prices a bit lower.
I suggest staying clear on the Tegra and the V3 ranges if you’re looking for checked luggage (I’ve found that both scratch easily and I’ve had issues with the locks) but the thick zippers and the ballistic nylon on the Alpha range are things I can definitely recommend – they go back to the days when Tumi wasn’t owned by Samsonite and produced great quality luggage.