Wow! I Made A Whopping £1000 On Cashback Sites – How Cashback Works

UK Cash Money

Over the years, I’ve looked for easy ways to make cash on the Internet for my regular only purchases. I stumbled on this cashback website, and it was a quick and easy process to sign up.

Usually, I don’t trust cashbacks sites, I mean what kind of company would give away free cash for purchasing a bunch of stuff. But I just thought to try it after much inner mind talks. Before purchasing an item, I go to the cashback site. At first, it was difficult remembering to go the cashback site before purchasing the item, but after a few purchases, it became a habit. I always felt a joy in my heart seeing my money pile up and when it gets up to £100, I transfer it to my personal account.

You can use this link to register/sign up for an account TOP CASH BACK. This link is valid until the 25th of April where you can download the new video for free after cashback from Amazon, or this [LINK] until 13th May for a chance to win £10,000 in travel vouchers.


Always remember that before you purchase an item online, you should go to TOP CASH BACK first. Search for the intended retailer and click on the cashback box. You would be automatically linked to their website and you can continue your purchase.

I can give you a detailed explanation for easy understanding, check my cashback transactions below. Everything I’ve done from June 2013, sorted in a descending order, from the highest to lowest amount.


One thing I found out is that Expedia provides the best deals on flights and package delivery. Often, when I want to go away with a group of friends, I will book it to get the cashback discount and get my money back from friends. All of this has gotten me a total of £365 in cashback. TOP CASH BACK pays around 4-6% cashback on the total value of purchases made.


BT Broadband

I never forget to go through [LINK] when getting a new deal for my broadband. I swapped from EE to BT last year through [LINK] and got a sizeable amount of money as cashback. This helped settle half my salon rent and buy a new salon chair. Now I’m paying a little amount for Internet and sport every month.



Getting a new phone deal? Firstly, look for the intended phone deal, then the search the retailer on TOP CASH BACK and look at how much they give back. There is always cashback on new sim and phone deals.

I bought my salon furniture from this website and through TOP CASH BACKand saved £82.



To renew my car, travel, home insurance, I always do this through TOP CASH BACK. All research would be made online about the best company to use. I make use of my iPad so that my computer’s cookies can’t be traced by the company. As soon as I see a great deal, I log into TOP CASH BACK, search if the company is there, then make my purchase through that way.


Utility companies

When it comes to my utilities, I make my research, look for the company and make my purchase through them.

You can take a look at the full list of money earned and companies I use that have given me cashback:


Expedia                £377.92

BT Broadband – New Customers              £136.50

EE           £95.95          £73.92

Policy Expert Home Insurance    £61.10

Direct Line Car Insurance              £47.25

Simply Switch    £42.00

TopCashBack Compare Insurance             £35.26

npower                £34.34

Premier Inn        £24.72

UGG Australia   £24.00

Gap        £15.96

LOVEFiLM            £12.12

Netflix  £12.12

Holiday Extras Airport Parking    £12.07         £9.34

Equifax £8.92

Tesco    £8.74

Columbus Direct Travel Insurance            £8.03

insurance4carhire            £6.30

Accorhotels        £5.13

Groupon              £5.09

JD Sports             £4.20

Next Flowers and Wine £3.68

Domino’s Pizza  £3.46 Car Insurance      £3.42

Bravissimo          £3.15

giffgaff £3.10

notonthehighstreet        £2.77

Debenhams Flowers      £2.14

Ted Baker            £1.92   £1.47

JUST EAT              £1.02

blinkbox               £0.63

Moonpig              £0.23

Ebay      £0.01


Total      £1,087.98

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