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Get £6.50 when buying a £20 giftcard via TopCashBack

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TopCashback is the preferred cashback website for most Head for Points readers, because of the ability to transfer your cash to Tesco Clubcard points

As I outlined here, £10 cashback (as an example) would transfer to 1,050 Clubcard points which would get you 2,520 Avios points.  You are effectively buying Avios points for just 0.4p each!

If you are not already a TopCashBack member, there is a special incentive to join at the moment.

For new members, you can order a £20 gift card from the new TopGiftCards selection and receive £6.50 cashback!

You can choose your £20 gift card from a selection of big name retailers:

  • Starbucks
  • Debenhams
  • Chef & Brewer
  • Currys PC World
  • Fayre & Square
  • Ernest Jones
  • Flaming Grill
  • H Samuel
  • John Barras
  • Leslie Davis
  • Marks & Spencer
  • Taylor Walker
  • Toys R Us
  • Wacky Warehouse

Obviously you won’t receive your gift card before Christmas, but it will be a treat to yourself for the New Year!

This is how you order:

Step 1Sign up for TopCashback here (this is our refer-a-friend link, you won’t get a better deal if you sign up directly and I appreciate the support)

Step 2Visit the TopGiftCards page and order your gift card.  Your £20 can be mixed between different retailers if you don’t want £20 from one place.

Step 3 – Your £6.50 cashback will be showing in your TopCashBack account within 7 days.

If you have already signed up for TopCashBack, it is worth noting that you still qualify for this offer, as long as you haven’t earned any cashback via the site so far.

Other existing TopCashBack members can still order gift cards via TopGiftCards – you will receive 50p cashback per £20+ order.  They accept 3V cards as well, I believe …..

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