Cheap holidays: Money-saving website TopCashback.co.uk is offering all new members £15 cash back
Money-saving website TopCashback.co.uk is offering all new members £15 cash back when they spend £15 or more on any flight booking.
Members of the site can earn some of their money back when shopping online, including travel purchases from huge providers such as Thomas Cook, Expedia, Jet2 and British Airways.
The new offer is available when choosing from the flights and tickets category on the site.
The great news for anyone still unclear about where they want to head off to this summer is that there’s plenty of time left to cash in on the deal.
The offer is available until midnight 29 July.
There are just are three steps to follow to nab that £15 saving.
Firstly, sign up to TopCashback.co.uk for free.
Next, find the £15 Cashback on Flights deal on the link and click through to a travel provider of choice and spend £15 or more on flights.
The £15 cashback will then track in members’ accounts within seven working days.
It will become payable to transfer into bank accounts approximately 14 working days after the deal end date subject to a successfully tracked purchase.
Cheap holidays: The new offer is available when choosing from the flights and tickets category
Unfortunately, if you are an existing member with previous purchases or cashback through TopCashback you will not be able to benefit from this deal.
So how else can you save money when booking a holiday? Here are five top ways to cut costs.
Always make sure you clear your browser cache and cookies. Airlines and booking sites often record your browser history which means they can compare their prices with what you’ve already looked at and then up their prices.
It’s also a good idea to travel in the evening, even though a morning flight seems like a better way to make the most of your time at a destination.
Evening flights typically costs 30 per cent less than daytime flights. Plus, there are often fewer passengers at this time which cuts down time spent waiting around in the airport.
Cheap Holidays: Evening flights mean fewer passengers at the airport
A little-known tip is to book flights in foreign currency.
This is particularly the case for journeys in Asia but it’s always worth checking if not paying in pounds is a cheaper option.
Although, be sure to check you won’t be faced with additional charges from your bank.
It’s also worth considering flying back with a different airline – you can save as much as 20 per cent if you find an alternative airline flying to the same airport at a similar time.
Lastly, you may want to think about flying to and from smaller airports – they are usually home to budget airlines that can save you up to £100 on flight costs.