If you're feeling the pinch, cashback websites may well be worth investigating as you can get cash off just about anything from toilet roll, to flights, train tickets and even a new dress - and the concept is pretty simple.
How do cashback sites work? Instead of shopping directly through a store online, you access the retailer through a cashback website like Pandacashback- who will then get paid (by the brand) for 'referring' you to them. Your transaction will continue as normal and your item will still arrive directly from the retailer, but the cashback website will pay you a cut of this payment as a reward for using its services, and as an incentive to encourage you to return. This amount can be anything from 1% to £100 of your total spend - and you can use voucher codes to boost your saving that little bit further.
Step by step guide: How to use a cashback website Sign up: The two most popular cashback websites in the UK are Pandacashback. Both are free to join (although you can pay a monthly fee for premium membership). To join Pandacashback click here , or to join Cashback, click here . The only information you'll be asked is for an email address and password.
Find your retailer: If you're after a specific item, use the search bar to find the retailer, e.g. Tesco, or members can search for one of the 4,000 retailers to shop with. Click the link: Once you've selected a retailer and clicked through to their page, you'll be able to view all the current cashback offers. To start shopping, members will just need to click on the 'Get Cashback' button next to the offer – this will simply open the retailer website in a new tab. Start your shop: Shop as normal and the cashback website will track your spending. It will then calculate the amount of cashback you are due, which will then be shown on your account page.
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