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  1. In the UK we are really lucky to have not one, but at least six websites that offer us cashback on our everyday online shopping; perfect for busy shopping times of the year such as Christmas, but also for the rest of the year too.  In this blog post you'll find a list of cashback sites in the UK.

    Before buying anything online, or booking a service, you should always check for cashback.  It’s easy to do, as many of the main cashback websites have browser extensions so you know instantly whether the website you’re shopping on has a cashback offer.  This means you’ll never miss out on getting free cash back for your purchases.

    If you’re wondering whether getting cash back online is worth it, then let me tell you it definitely is!  With just one of these cashback websites we have managed to get over £1200 cashback in three years!  Amazing!

    These websites do not even include any cashback offers you have already with your bank cards.  Some bank accounts offer cashback incentives and rewards for certain retailers.  The best thing is you can use your cashback bank cards to shop at the online retailers using the links below to benefit from your bank’s cashback offer and the cashback website’s offer!

    For example, I regularly shop on eBay via Top Cashback.  To pay I use a Tesco bank credit card (which I pay back in full every month).  This means I get cashback from Top Cashback, Nectar points as my card is linked to eBay and I also get Tesco Clubcard points for using my Tesco credit card!

    Save money online with this list of UK cashback sites

    1.     Top Cashback

    This is by far my favourite cashback website and we have had over £1200 cashback in three years.  We use it for online shopping, booking travel, booking car MOTs and services, insurance, savings products and more.

    Click here to sign up to Top Cashback today!

    2.     Quidco

    Some people prefer Top Cashback and some prefer Quidco.  Sometimes they have different offers, so if one doesn’t offer cashback where you’re shopping, then the other might.  It’s free to open accounts at all these websites, so you may as well sign up to them all and start maximizing your online savings.

    Click here to sign up to Quidco today!

    3.     Swagbucks

    This site is more than just a cashback site.  I actually get paid to use their search engine!  They pay a few pence for searches, which adds up over time and is basically free money.  They also have lots of other ways to make money, including cashback on many popular websites.

    Click here to sign up to Swagbucks today!

    4.     OhMyDosh!

    This is a great ‘get paid to’ website which has a lot of offers and trials which you can sign up to for free cash and then cancel the subscriptions if you no longer wish to continue with them when the free trials run out.  They also have cashback offers too!

    Click here to sign up to OhMyDosh! today!

    5.     My Money Pocket

    This cashback site is the new kid on the block.  They have lots of cashback deals which they combine with voucher codes so you can get make extra savings!

    Click here to sign up to My Money Pocket today!

    6.     Boom25

    This cashback website is a little different as they don’t offer cashback on every purchase.  Instead, every 1 in 25 people (sometimes the odds are better) win the cost of their entire purchase back!  That’s a much better deal than a small percentage of cashback, but of course it’s a gamble and you are not guaranteed to win.  Perfect if you like to enter competitions or there is no cashback available on the other sites.

    Click here to sign up to Boom25 today!

     

    There are a lot of cashback sites and it’s all about finding the one you like to use personally.  One thing’s for sure though - you are losing out on a lot of cash each year if you’re not using cashback sites to do your online shopping!  Since we started we’ve saved an average of £400 per year for things we were buying anyway!

     

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