DRIVERS looking forward to a Bank Holiday road trip can get £10 off their fuel bill thanks to TopCashback.co.uk.
The cashback website is offering £10 worth of free petrol for all its new customers to encourage people to sign up.
To take advantage of the deal, first you need to register for a free account with TopCashback.
Then all you need to do is snap a picture of your receipt and upload it using this new joiners offer.
As long as you’ve spent more than a tenner, TopCashback will deposit £10 back into your account.
The deal is running until Sunday September 6 or until 10,000 people have redeemed the offer, whichever comes first.
To get the money back, you need to make sure you submit your receipt picture before the closing date.
Purchases from the following stores are eligible for cashback:
But TopCashback says that purchases can be made at other fuel stations too.
When you snap your photo, you need to make sure that certain details are visible in the picture.
It needs to include the time and date of your purchase, the fuel station name and the items that were purchased.
You can fold your receipt if you need to so that you can fit all the info into one picture.
The cashback site is warning people to make sure that they stay safe while snapping and says customers must not take the photo while driving or on a forecourt.
Purchases are only valid for offline transactions, but motorists can get the money back for any type of fuel.
You can only claim the cashback once per receipt and each receipt can only be used by one member.
Once you’ve submitted your receipt, your cashback can take up to seven days to show in your TopCashback account.
Then when it appears in your account, it can take up to 30 days to become ‘payable’ at which point you can withdraw your money.
You can read the full terms and conditions for the deal here.
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