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Earn cashback while spending.

Okay, so I did a little bit of online shopping. Which always means a lot. I’ll stop lying now.

I’m annoyed at myself because I completely forgot about cashback sites for a while there! I always use them for bigger purchases, and have had a fair bit back from them. For example, with a new phone contract, you can get up to £90 cashback! The most I’ve got is £60 for one of my purchases.

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However, even though I like to think I’m a bit clever sometimes when using these, I always forget to use them for smaller purchases. Sometimes you can get a small percentage back, but with the amount of shopping I do, it would end up being quite a nice amount!

Sometimes, its all too easy to justify purchases you make, especially when online shopping as it’s so convenient, and there’s so much, you barely take the time to think about it.
Everyone loves a bargain, but what if you could get even more off your purchases every single time you shop? That’s what cashback sites do.

HOW DOES IT WORK?
You log in to your cashback site account, and all you do is go to the link to whichever shop – I’d be surprised if there are no deals for most well-known online shops. It takes you directly to the website, but tracks your purchase. Then, when you’ve purchased and the store has confirmed it, they put a percentage/cash into your account!
It’s so easy, yet so many people don’t do it!

At the moment, there is 8.4% available at Dorothy Perkins at Top Cashback. I’ve recently purchased from there and just didn’t take advantage.

The ones I have used successfully are:
Top Cashback – top earning site, voted the best always.
Quidco – get £5 using this link – can also connect your card for in store shopping bonuses!

With Quidco, you can also earn from surveys, so it’s a good all rounder for a bit of extra cash.

It’s definitely worth checking them out, all the little things add up. Plus, it’s great for justifying purchases and pretending there’s an extra bit of discount 😉

You usually have to earn £5-10 before you can withdraw your money, but that’s easily done! Also, I have a referral link for Quidco that gives you £5 to start! It actually lets you choose to keep the money all to yourself or to share 🙂
Follow this link and you’ll get £5 when you open an account and use it: http://www.quidco.com/user/2437639/2097561/

As if by magic, just as I was publishing this post, I got an email from someone telling me that this month you can also get an extra £10 bonus (min. spend £10) so you can get £15 for spending £10 or more, as long as you use the link I gave you.

So once you sign up with the referral link, then go to this one: http://www.quidco.com/incentives/october-ten-la

IN EASIER STEPS:

Sign up with THIS LINK.
Then use THIS LINK.
Spend £10 at a selected retailer.
Earn £15 cashback!

I also have Cashback with my bank on purchases in selected stores. It’s only a small percentage, but if you grab a coffee, etc. often, then you can easily gain some money back. It would be worth checking to see if your bank offers something like this, as I have definitely earned from it. If you like their partners, you can even double the amount for a voucher instead!

I have more tips in a previous post – obviously before I’d forgotten these exist! It’s HERE!

Do you know of any other cashback sites? Have you tried them?

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3 Comments

  • Reply in2theblue85

    In the states we have Ebates! I have been using Ebates for about a year or two now. To date I have earned $346 in cash back and I love it. My online shopping experiences are so calculative now. I wait for either double cash back days or figure in how much cash back I could receive if I decide to shop. When I initially signed up, I was spending like crazy. I was caught up in the wave of “oh I gotta stop by ebates to see if they have the store!” and kept shopping like mad! Now it’s less, the initial wave passed haha. Of course not all stores use Ebates and there have been some that used to use ebates but then removed themselves from them. Sometimes I’ll wait for months to receive cash back from a site. However, they’re really quick to respond to “where’s my cashback” inquiries in case we think the store forgot about our cash back.

    8 October 2015 at 05:21
    • Reply Tea Is For Tina

      Oh that one sounds good. Haha oh no the wave! Pretty sure I went through that. I really need to use mine more and will now that I have remembered they exist!
      I feel like the post is a bit of a sales post, but people need to know how good these are!
      Yeah I checked where my money was on Too Cashback once and they sorted it out pretty quickly.

      8 October 2015 at 06:59
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