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Chinese New Year 2021: how to get £5 off your Just Eat takeaway this weekend

Chinese New Year 2021: how to get £5 off your Just Eat takeaway this weekend

TODAY marks Chinese New Year, and you can celebrate it with a takeaway.We've found a TopCashback deal getting you £5 off your JustEat order, perfect i

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TODAY marks Chinese New Year, and you can celebrate it with a takeaway.

We’ve found a TopCashback deal getting you £5 off your JustEat order, perfect if you’re planning on getting food delivered this weekend.

🐂 Follow our Chinese New Year live blog for the latest information on what the Year of the Ox might have in store for you…

It pays to sign up to cashback sites if you want to earn some money back

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It pays to sign up to cashback sites if you want to earn some money back

The cashback bonus is only available for new TopCashback members with no previous purchases, and can only be redeemed once per household.

Make sure to first register as a member of TopCashback, as it is required to redeem the £5 cashback.

Your order will need to be at least £10 or more to be eligible for the promotion.

How to get £5 cashback on your JustEat order

  • Follow this link to TopCashback’s website and sign up for free
  • Visit JustEat through the cashback site
  • Make your order for £10 or more on a takeaway of your choice
  • Receive £5 directly to your bank account approximately 14 working days after the promotion end date

The TopCashback deal runs until February 31 23:59, and it’s limited to 5,000 redemptions on a first come first served basis – you might want to be quick.

You can find the full terms and conditions here.

How do cashback websites work?

They promise to earn you money on your shopping – but how do cashback websites work?

  • Cashback sites agree offers with retailers which they pass on to customers
  • This can vary from a set amount of money off whatever you are buying, or a percentage of the cost of your purchase
  • The sums range from pennies for groceries to more than £100 for some mobile or broadband contracts
  • You have to make your purchases by clicking through from the cashback site
  • Because the sites drive traffic to retailers, they earn money from brands they support
  • Membership of most sites is free – although some offer premium subscriptions which you pay more for.

Here are the best supermarket Valentine’s Day meal deals including M&S, Sainsbury’s and Tesco.

Asda has recently released a new deal £5 deal, featuring two pizzas, a drink and Sky Movies voucher.

In other news, Argos has a £25 per cent off toy sale.


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This post first appeared on thesun.co.uk

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