Use these new offers to get even more cashback.
If you want to boost your savings when shopping online, there’s a simple way to make money – cashback.
I’ve been using cashback sites Quidco and TopCashback for around five years, making thousands of pounds simply by clicking through them every time I buy something online.
Plus, each of them has sign-up offers giving you up to £17 free cash when you buy something.
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How cashback sites afford to give you money
Retailers often pay a commission to websites who help them make a sale. Cashback sites simply pay you a cut of this money if you shop via them.
How to get even more money from the cashback sites
Since there are a few of these sites, they’re all competing for you to shop via them – which means they all give incentives to get you to sign up.
So even if you’ve already registered with one, you can sign up with another and shop away.
They all have different custom cashback rates at different shops, so it’s worth signing up to them all and shopping around for the one which will give you the most money.
Right now you could earn a free £17 for doing your shopping as normal, and get further cashback on top. Here are the best ones:
Quidco new customer offers:
Quidco is best of the two sites to make some free cash. Not only can you get £10 back with a £5 spend via the sign-up link below, you can also get a huge £17 back when you spend £10. This is an exclusive deal that Quidco will only let me share with my newsletter subscribers.
After signing up, there are 4,300 retailers listed including the likes of BT, ASOS, iTunes and NOW TV. Each retailer has its own cashback rate. For example, you’ll get up to 7% on Marks & Spencer purchases. And as long as you spend over £5, you’ll also get a free £10 bonus!
These new customer deal runs most months but check the expiry date and terms when you click through.
£17 back when you spend £10
£10 back when you spend £5
TopCashback new customer offers
£10 back when you spend £10
This offer is not as good as Quidco as you need to spend a little more, but it’s still decent. You can get £10 back if you spend £10 or more when you sign up to TopCashback via the link below.
£25 back on Lego Advent Calendars
Or you can get £24.99 back when you buy a Lego Advent Calendar from Lego Store. It’s currently selling them for this price, so you’ll get all your money back – though you will have to pay £3.95 for delivery. This offer ends 27th October 2019.
Existing customer bonuses
From time to time both Quidco and TopCashback offer an extra bonus. You need to activate these deals and they generally only run for a short period of time – often just one day.
The best are generic promos which you can gain with any spending. Sometimes they might be for specific retailers or types of service (eg travel or broadband). I’ll share any decent ones I spot here.
Things to watch out for
Cashback is never guaranteed. If your purchase doesn’t track (i.e. there isn’t a record of you buying the item via the cashback site) you won’t get the money.
Here’s how to increase your chances you will get the money:
- Read the (short) terms and conditions for the sign-up deals, and also the individual shop promotions.
- Be careful using voucher codes. If they aren’t listed on the cashback page they might stop you getting cashback.
- Make sure you don’t already have a browser window open for the retailer.
Boost your cashback even further – read more in the article below