Get cashback when you buy something online
How does that work?
Simple – if you want to book a P&O cruise, don’t go straight to P&O.
Instead, go to the cashback website first.
Then search for “P&O Cruises”.
Then, when you click through to the P&O website, the cashback company will track the sale and receive a commission from P&O.
They’ll share that commission with you.
That cashback will likely be in the region of 3% – which can be quite a large amount back from what you pay for your cruise.
It’s effectively free money!
But you don’t have to buy a big-ticket item. It works…
- When you buy a pair of Clarks shoes
- If you book a weekend trip with Expedia (that’s 12% cashback as I write)
- When you buy car insurance
- If you want something you see on eBay
And with hundreds of other well-known companies.
Do Cashback Companies Charge?
Cashback companies are usually free to join, but they typically retain £5 each year from any cashback you’ve earned.
Where to Start Getting Cashback
Both Quidco and TopCashBack are two respectable UK cashback websites.
Here are the links to their websites.
Disclaimer: The information was correct to the best of my knowledge at the time of writing. But things can change so please check details before joining, and the cashback amounts before purchasing. The links to Quidco and TopCashBack are my refer-a-friend links, so I may receive a small commission (typically around £5) which goes towards the running of this website.