Here's How You Can Get A Free Boxing Day Takeaway Worth £15
I don't care what they say, leftover turkey on Boxing Day is dry AF and the least appetising thing ever. Add to that the fact you're likely to be hungover and sick of cooking, and you're probably bang up for a takeaway.
Which is lucky, really, because you can bag yourself a free one worth £15 from Just Eat to feed you and the fam.
TopCashback is giving away a £15 bonus on all eligible orders that are made before 6 January.
As we all know, you can get pretty much anything on Just Eat these days, including big brands like KFC, Pizza Hut, Wagamamas and Gourmet Burger Kitchen. They also have all your favourite local takeaways, so if you're bang up for a dirty kebab after all that Christmas bevvying, you also have that as an option.
So, of course, there are a few steps and conditions. Firstly, you have to be a new member of TopCashback and sign up for a free account.
To redeem your free tea, get on the website and sign up to TopCashback.co.uk. Next, you'll be taken to a page that has the Just Eat logo and offer on, which will then take you to the website.
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Place your order like you usually would. You have to spend a minimum of £15 to qualify for the deal, and if your family is anything like mine, that won't be difficult in the slightest.
TopCashback will then track your order within seven days, and the £15 bonus will be dropped into your account within 14 days.
And it's not just takeaways that you can save money on with cashback sites.
If you're still not really sure how cashback sites work, here's how the man himself, Martin Lewis, explains it better than I could. He has said: "You'll have to sign up to the cashback site, which should be free.
"If it's not, avoid it. Then simply log in and search for the online retailer you want to buy from, such as Argos or Tesco Direct. If it's listed, click the cashback site's link to visit that company.
"Your visit is then tracked. If you buy something, an amount is put into your cashback site account once the transaction's processed.
"You can withdraw this once it arrives, which can take a few weeks, or even months. For some cashback sites, you need to reach a set threshold before you can withdraw."
So there you go, always worth checking if you're about to buy something online.
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