Quidco & Topcashback – free cash, food & drink

There are two main Cashback Sites that you can access via your pc or mobile app – Quidco and Topcashback. Quidco is my favourite as they pay much quicker and offer better deals on food/drink items but you can use both.  They are a quick and easy way to earn cash on almost everything you buy online as well as free/discounted food and drink items instore too.

It’s so easy to sign up and create a profile using this link for Quidco – http://www.quidco.com/user/4911865/2173134/

and this for TopCashBack – http://www.topcashback.co.uk/ref/dj1965

Everytime you buy something online first log into Quidco/TopCashBack and search the retailer. This will show you how much cashback you will earn and take you straight to the retailer’s site. (TCB tends to pay higher rates but Quidco pay faster.) You then purchase as normal and cashback will go into your account which can then be paid direct by BACS transfer into your Bank  or Paypal. There is also the option to have it paid as various store vouchers with pay at a higher rate. You can use for purchases of items as well as booking flights, hotels, car hire, insurances, etc. Infact you can claim cashback on pretty much everything even purchases from Ebay and Amazon. You can even get free cashback just for applying for insurance quotes or new mobile sim cards.

Quidco have a special section call Clicksnap and TCB have Snap & Save (but only on mobile app not desktop). Each week these have money back offers to claim against your grocery shop often making them free or half price. All you have to do is upload a photo of your instore receipt and the money will then be paid. T

It really is very easy and an opportunity to earn £100s a year for items you already buy normally.


Safe Survey site that really pays

I’ve just joined YouGov surveys and it’s really easy to earn cash (claimable once you’ve got to £50 of points) or bank to points towards a bigger cash draw prize. Quick and easy to register, they send you a survey on your opinion on current affairs and modern life that take a few minutes. They take less time than they advise. I find around 5 mins max.  It’s that easy and they are very quick to do. And they’re actually pretty interesting to do.

You can sign up here https://yougov.co.uk/refer/Ym8FF_4V1-wCdIE-s31CIw/