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Tell TopCashback what you'd do if you had an extra £325 - £325 voucher to be won! NOW CLOSED

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PoppyMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 04-Sep-17 11:17:41

The team at TopCashback are all about generating cash back to shoppers online. TopCashback says “the average yearly saving is £325”, so they’re interested in hearing what you’d do if you had an extra £325 a year. Would it go on bills, or would you treat yourself? Would it contribute to a holiday or would you throw a party?

Here’s what TopCashback has to say “TopCashback is the UK's most generous cashback website.Earning cashback is easy. Simply join our 6 million members, search for your favourite retailer and click through to their website. That's it! From there you can shop as normal on their website. That's right, money back for shopping online! There are over 4,900 retailers to choose from, so there's sure to be something for everyone! From electricals to insurance and from clothing to holidays.

In addition to this, all new members to TopCashback can get £20 cashback on a £15+ spend at George. By signing up through this link before 17th September 23:59.

Share what you’d do with an extra £325 on this thread and you will be entered into a prize draw where one MNer will win a £325 voucher for the store of their choice (from our list).

Thanks and good luck

Standard Insight terms and conditions apply

NB Mumsnet will be providing a £300 voucher and TopCashback will send a £25 voucher in addition (administered within 14 working days of the competition end date)

RatOnnaStick Mon 04-Sep-17 11:20:22

£325 would probably pay for Christmas presents, more or less.

Nobrain Mon 04-Sep-17 11:53:16

Have a nice Christmas 😁

ItsAllAboutThePace Mon 04-Sep-17 12:14:26

I'd use it to sign us all up for a race....a 5k colour run or superhero run...something fun for all the family ( schoolage and teens)

Build some memories....get the photo.... have some fun together

Race entry and basic gear can cost a bit!🏃🏼‍♀️🏃🏼‍♀️🏃🏼‍♀️🏃🏼‍♀️🏃🏼‍♀️🏃🏼‍♀️🏃🏼‍♀️🏃🏼‍♀️🏃🏼‍♀️🏃🏼‍♀️🏃🏼‍♀️🏃🏼‍♀️🏃🏼‍♀️🏃🏼‍♀️🏃🏼‍♀️🏃🏼‍♀️🏃🏼‍♀️

Dancinginthemidnight Mon 04-Sep-17 12:17:20

Mine would go in our holiday fund. We're trying to save up enough to go abroad next year. We haven't had a holiday in forever.

flutterbean Mon 04-Sep-17 12:22:21

I'd put it towards some Merlin passes, or annual passes for something for the kids. We'd love to have more days out but everywhere is so expensive!

SillyMoomin Mon 04-Sep-17 13:11:18

ooooh goodness...

right now, at this particular moment, it would go on the MOT and the new tyres they've just told me I need to have about 5 minutes ago grin

but until 5 minutes ago... £325 would go on treating DH and I to a lovely meal out (+ babysitter!!) somewhere sumptuous with different wines for each course

(dreamy sigh...)

Duckhead Mon 04-Sep-17 14:07:49

New clutch for the car!

Kleptronic Mon 04-Sep-17 15:05:28

A carpet for my hall, stairs and bedroom.

gamerpigeon Mon 04-Sep-17 15:14:19

Our first holiday as a family - I would love to go to Centre Parcs or to Devon or Cornwall

StepAwayFromCake Mon 04-Sep-17 15:14:23

MOT next week, headlights need some work, and I found a piece of plastic that obviously belongs somewhere in the car. But that's boring, boring, boring.


3, maybe 4, top-to-toe 90minute massages?

A date night with dh: just dinner out or theatre too?

A joiner and tiler to finish off the last corner of our cloakroom? I've had beautiful tiles stacked neatly in that awkward corner for over a year!

puglife Mon 04-Sep-17 15:15:08

I'd treat me and DH to a night at a spa hotel and the rest would be spent on DC, maybe a nice family day out somewhere.
I should really say that I'd spend it on the work we need doing to our house, but everyone deserves a treat once in a while and the work will get done eventually!

torthecatlady Mon 04-Sep-17 15:15:49

£325 could do an awful lot for us as a family. We would probably put it towards a new tv as ours is a bit small and fairly old now. Watching films together and playing games as a family is something we like to do in our spare time.

Also, as a side note. We love the topcashback website. In around 3 years we have amassed around £600 in cashback! We usually redeem the money as Amazon vouchers. This year, we are saving our payable cashback for an M&S gift to pay for our Christmas food!

sleepyMe12 Mon 04-Sep-17 15:22:21

It would go towards decorating our new home.
The last tenants left it in a right state- think tiles lifting off the floor to nails hanging out of every inch of wall possible!

MycatsaPirate Mon 04-Sep-17 15:24:37

Put it towards the gas bill.

Or pay for the vet bill I'm likely to be getting - new cat (stray) has a thyroid problem which is going to need to be sorted.

or Pay for Christmas.

or blow the whole lot on new books and nice chocolate.

BeeFarseer Mon 04-Sep-17 15:30:10

Right now, it would pay for Christmas!

I do love TopCashback, although I was horrified when I found I could see how much I'd spent with each individual retailer since signing up. Let's just say the takeaways would have paid for a car by now... blush

ceecee32 Mon 04-Sep-17 16:21:27

Personal trainer to teach me a proper fitness regime

Soubriquet Mon 04-Sep-17 16:24:13

Oh god Christmas presents
New pushchair for my Ds
New bed for my daughter
Maybe pay off one of my debts

Just one of those things being crossed off would be brilliant. Money is very tight here and luxuries are few

Sunflow Mon 04-Sep-17 16:26:50

I'd put it towards a new sofa. Ours is currently being held up by one of my dumbbells! (The shame). blush

redfragglebiker Mon 04-Sep-17 16:28:46

Car seat for our impending new arrival! It's our first child and she's due in November.

Beach11 Mon 04-Sep-17 16:36:18

I would use the money towards a short break to the seaside next summer for my 2 DC & nephew x

CopperPan Mon 04-Sep-17 16:41:15

A new bunk bed for the dds. Their old beds are secondhand and are falling apart already.

Blahblahblueblee Mon 04-Sep-17 16:41:27

I would buy a new carpet for our stairs and landing smile

Mummychoochoo3 Mon 04-Sep-17 16:47:31

A weekend away with my husband. Pack kids of to grandma's.

WhosTakingDeHorseToFrance Mon 04-Sep-17 16:49:10

I'd use it for paint, so much to sort out in this house and then I'd spend the rest on a fitness pass.

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