HOUSEHOLDS can get Â£15 worth of free shopping thanks to a cashback deal – and you could use it for a tub of Quality Street.
It could come in handy as Christmas is less than two months away.
By signing up to TopCashBack, you can claim Â£15 cashback on your shopping but it requires you to first spend Â£15 or more.
Simply head to this Black Friday Bonus page to sign up for TopCashBack.
It is only available to new members at TopCashBack, so you won’t be able to claim the deal with an existing account.
To sign up, you just need to enter your email address and create a password – you must sign up through this deal page to be eligible.
To get the money off, you’ll then need to go online and spend more than Â£15 and checkout as normal.
The offer can be redeemed when you shop at any of the 5,000 retailers signed up to TopCashBack.
Each individual retailer has its own terms and conditions, so itâs important to read and check these before you buy.
And shoppers have until midnight on December 31, 2022 to sign up and redeem the offer – plenty of time to nab some Christmas chocolate!
The Â£15 will appear as pending in your account the same day and will become available about eight weeks later.
Cashback deals are a handy way to get rewarded for your shopping, but it’s important to not spend more than planned.
TopCashback and Quidco are two of the major websites with cashback offers.
If you’re a regular Tesco shopper, this is a handy way to get cheaper shopping but keep in mind it typically only works online.
Cheapest place to buy Quality Street this week
It always pays to compare prices so you know you’re getting the best deal.
Below’s how prices of Quality Street compare at supermarkets and high street shops.
Shoppers that are members of the My Morrisons loyalty scheme can get two 600g tubs of Quality Street for Â£6.
Tesco is selling 600g Quality Street tubs for Â£4.
Aldi is selling its 600g tubs for as little as Â£3.49 in stores. But in some locations they are priced at Â£3.99.
On the pricier side, Sainsbury’s is selling 600g tubs for Â£5.
The 600g tub at Asda is priced at Â£4, but for those with loyalty cards, you can claim Â£1 cashback on your purchase.
B&M is selling a 650g tub for Â£4 – but you do get slightly more for that price compared to others.
The tub, which is only available in stores and not on the B&M website, works out as 62p per 100g.
Iceland has slashed the cost of 600g Quality Street tubs from Â£5 to Â£4.50.
The cheapest 600g tub of Quality Street we could spot on Amazon will set you back Â£8.69
Quality Street is also axing its iconic brightly-coloured wrappers over 86 years since their release.
In a bid to become more environmentally-friendly, they will be wrapped in a duller form of waxed paper, which is recyclable.
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