SHOPPERS can snap up Â£15 worth of free shopping through a cashback deal – and it could help you save on a tub of Celebrations.
You can claim the money by signing up to TopCashBack.
But you’ll have to spend Â£15 or more first before you can get your hands on it.
Plus you’ll have to be a new customer and only have until December 31 to sign up and redeem the offer.
You can spend the cash at any of the retailers signed up to the cashback site, including Amazon, Asda, Dunelm and Uswitch.
The extra money could come in handy just before Christmas as well.
You might even want to spend the cash on a tub of Celebrations choccies.
That’s because TopCashback works with Asda, Marks and Spencer, Sainsbury’s and Tesco.
A 650g tub of Celebrations will set you back Â£4 in Asda and Â£4 in Tesco for a normal shopper and Â£3.50 if you’ve got a Clubcard.
Meanwhile, Sainsbury’s is stocking a 650g box for Â£4.
It’s always worth shopping around for the best deals on food and other products – you might find it cheaper by doing a quick Google and comparing prices across different stores.
You can use websites like trolley.co.uk as well, which compiles prices across a number of high street supermarkets.
To sign up, you just have to head to this Black Friday Bonus page.
Then you’ll need to enter your email address and create a password – you must sign up through this deal page to be eligible.
You can then head to the retailer’s website and spend more than Â£15 and checkout as normal.
The Â£15 will appear as pending in your account the same day and become available to use about eight weeks later.
Cashback deals are a useful way to make some extra money while shopping, but be sure not to spend more than you’d planned.
TopCashback and Quidco are two of the bigger websites that offer people cashback.
TopCashback currently offers up to 8% or Â£8 back on Tesco shopping and Quidco up to 20% back.
For the Tesco offer, it usually only works online.
Celebrations recently withdrew mini-bars of Bounty from 2,000 Celebrations tubs.
It’s part of a trial to see if shoppers want to get rid of the either love it or hate it flavour.
Plus, the chocolatier has introduced new wrappers to its mini-choccies with fans slamming them as “tacky” and “awful”.
It comes after Quality Street switched up its packaging after 86 years.
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