Although attending at least one Black Friday doorbusting on the legendary shopping day is a yearly ritual for me, my online Black Friday experience begins at least a few days before Thanksgiving, and carries on for at least a week after the superstore crowds have dwindled.

If you take the the poll of 2,471 consumers conducted by Dealnews as a reference point, 83% of consumers will do at least part of their shopping on over Black Friday 2015.

Considering that online shopping isn't confined to any particular time of the day or week, and you can find almost anything imaginable on, the popularity of this shopping destination isn't a huge surprise.

But one thing you may not already know is that you can get an extra 5% savings on purchases you make at with about as much effort as it takes to pay via credit card.

This card also lets you redeem cash back towards purchases right at the checkout, which is also a great way to use your cash back. Since credit cards can be used for online purchases or to pay for purchases at most retailers ranging from megastores to exclusive boutiques, you pretty much get a one-stop solution to non-stop savings on Black Friday and year-round.