Earn as you shop, sounds a bit too good to be true. But wait, actually it exists. Kinds of ideal in a world were its just so much easier to shop online than wrestling children in and out of car seats and buggys. Not to mention umbrellas, wellies and all the stuff that goes with it. My two are way past the car seat and buggy stage but even I find it easier to switch the computer on instead of donning all weather gear.
So what sort of deals are these internet cashback sites giving away?
Shop at Boots? You could be saving up to 4% on every purchase. Thinking of getting a new washing machine at Currys? You could save up to 1%. Dorothy Perkins your sort of clothes shop? You could be saving 2.5% on all those lovely clothes. Wanting a new perfume or going to treat your mum for Mothers Day this year? Save 2.5% with Fragrance Direct . New years resolution to be fitter inside and out? You could be saving 5% on every purchase with Holland and Barrett. New Look more your style then you could be saving 7% on everything. Wanting a new laptop this year, then saving up to 2.5% at PC world would be handy then. Into books ? Waterstones saving 2.5% . Or lastly wanting to book a night away? With Laterooms you’ll save 2.5%. These arent all the offers just the ones I use all the time.
Once your registered at Internet Cashback all the savings are there waiting for you, on every purchase you make online. Either go to your internet cashback site first or download their reminder.
What if your as absent minded as me and forget to check the cashback site first ? They have a a nifty little download that sits on your computer and minds its own business till you go to a site that gives you cashback. An alert pops up to tell you cash back is available and redirects you to the link that saves you money.
True its not massive savings but it all adds up . I spend around £30 each month in Newlook between my daughter and I. That’s £360 in a year, going through internet cashback I have saved £25.20 . That’s £25 for doing not a lot and my purse us £25 better off.
If you want to find out more have a read over at Internet CashBack and make your own mind up.