We all like to get free money.
Nope, I’m not selling anything. I’m just excited.
Because I earned 30p yesterday!
Now, before you laugh at my big win, let me explain.Why was @Thabacus excited about his 30p cashback? Click To Tweet
Yesterday, I bought a £30 item on eBay. But rather than go straight to eBay, I went via a CashBack website and earned myself 30p (all these small amounts add up nicely). When I booked a recent weekend break on Travelzoo, I went via the CashBack website for that, too…
So whenever I buy anything online, I always check if I can go to the retailer via a cashback site such as Quidco or TopCashBack.
Because they really do give me money back.
Do CashBack Sites Really Work?
I’ve been a member of Quidco since 2008.
And to date, I’ve earned £971.22 from it.
“Hmm… not a lot in 10 years,” I hear you mutter under your breath.
But when I tell you that it was accumulated by doing nothing…
Oh… and you can add another £50.95 cashback from TopCashBack (I haven’t been with them for very long).
So, that’s over a Grand for doing nothing… except spending what I would have spent anyway.
I made a short video explaining how it works, and what you can do to start earning your cashback.
I made that video for my cruise website – but it applies to everything you buy…
- Hotel bookings
Our Free TV
Three years ago, we treated ourselves to a 42″ HD LCD TV.
But it cost us nothing.
Because of what I’ve just been talking about.
Then get excited and check out Quidco and TopCashBack for yourself (these are my refer-a-friend links).
And start getting your own free money!Here's why it's worth joining a cashback website such as @Quidco or @Top_CashBack Click To Tweet
Kathleen Elliott says
I used to use a cashback website about 10 years ago, not quite sure why I stopped – thanks for the reminder ?
Thanks Kathleen. Glad it was helpful. Time to start getting some valuable cashback again… ?