Anytime you spend money you want to make sure you are getting the best price, right? On top of discounts and sale prices, some places or items also have cash back options. Here are the sites and apps we use regularly for discounts, coupons and cash back on our purchases. They are all free to join.
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ShopbackWith offers for numerous stores and a handy popup to let you know where there are discounts, Shopback is popular. Shop as you would normally and click when it pops up or shop through the site and get your cash back. They also offer Afterpay making it easier. Join Shopback and get $5!
CashRewards has numerous offers and cash back options, even for Woolworths, Apple and more. You join for free, add the extension to your browser and download the app then use it whenever you shop or search the site for specifics you want to see what offers there are such as $20 cash back at Woolworths available at the moment. Sign up free here.
It’s free to join and has thousands of cash back options. You can put in what you are looking for and it will give you the options. Download the app as well as registering on the site, then any time you are making a purchase, search PricePal to see what you can get back. Stores will list if it is a dollar amount or a percentage so you can easily compare and save money! Plus they have a tiered system, so the more you use it the higher your discounts/cash back offers will be. Sign up here for free.
Honey is an extension you add to your internet browser, then whenever you are shopping online, you can click on it and Honey will search for discount does, cash back options and anything else to make your purchase cheaper for you. Many of the sites it is connected with are American, but I have saved a chunk of change using Honey. Sign up free here.
Any services you get such as a bank loan, mortgage, health insurance etc charge commissions. There are services you can use to claim this back from the moment you sign up with them. If you have a few services this can result in thousands over a year or two. I have reached out to a few but haven’t heard back and since I haven’t personally used them, I don’t have specific ones to recommend.
Aside from the above sites searching for coupon codes, you can also join VIP or loyalty clubs to get rewarded (we listed the Australian ones we know of here), check out these 10 ways to get discounts or coupons in Australia or sign up for all the birthday freebies at your favourite cafes and stores.
How do you get cash back?