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The latest cashback offers from TopCashback, Quidco and more

Cashback is when you buy something and receive some money back. The money usually comes from a third party such as TopCashback or Quidco. How does it work? These third party companies encourage you to spend via their websites. An example might be, "Buy a bottle of wine at Tesco and get 10% cashback". If you do it, Tesco will give that third-party company money as commission for the sale, which they then pass on to you in the form of cashback. It's a neat way to save some money on top of deals and discounts and a popular tactic by Latest Dealers. You may also like to read this article on TopCashback declaring our community as "Britain's Favourite Deal Hunters"

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Cashback websites often give large incentives for new customers. For example, "Buy a cinema ticket and get 100% cashback making it free". They do this as a loss-leading marketing tactic to win new customers. They have an assigned "cost per acquisition" (how much they're willing to spend to gain a new user). In this industry it is about £30 - £35. Therefore, if they can win you as a new customer for less than this amount, they're doing good. This is why you'll rarely find sign-up offers for more than this amount.