Monday, 28 March 2011

Cashbak Shopping

When shopping online, click through to a shop via a ‘cashback’ site and it'll give you a small proportion (usually around 2% but up to 10%) of what you spend back in cash.
These are advertising sites, paid for by providing leads to retailers; to encourage traffic, they split some of their revenue with you in the form of cashback.

How much? Up to £1,000 a year if you’re a serious online buyer.

11 comments:

Jay.CA said...

wow, thanks for tip!

Lost.in.Idaho said...

Examples? Links?

Melanie said...

thanks!

mac-and-me said...

cool tip

ed said...

never done this, im always unsure about these things

G said...

Cool

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taio said...

interesant

Body1 said...

Thanks!!!

Scrogglez said...

nice stuff

following :D

Byakuya said...

I've never really put faith in this kind of thing, because most companies that do it charge more for their products, so the money you save is minimal, if anything.

If you find a site that does it at a cheap price, then you have your hands on a bargain bucket there =D

Great idea for a blog, I'll be back. Followed.