The weekend is finally here, and no matter what you have planned we have the perfect deal for you. Thanks to cashback site Quidco readers can get a free meal from Just Eat. Or if you’d rather not share, this is the perfect offer to treat yourself to.
The cashback site is offering all new Quidco and Just Eat members a £15 bonus to cover the cost of their takeaway feast this weekend, and 40% cashback. If you’ve used Just Eat before but not Quidco, then you’ll still get the £15 bonus but 10% cashback.
Existing Quidco users won’t get the bonus, but are also in luck, as if you are new to Just they’ll get 40% cashback, and if you have used Just Eat before you’ll get 10%.
Luckily claiming the deal is easy, just follow the steps below.
How to claim your free takeaway
- Sign up to Just Eat for free.
- Follow the £15 takeaway from Just Eat link and order your food online as normal.
- TopCashback.co.uk will then reimburse you the £15 cost of your meal within two weeks, which can then be transferred into your bank account.
It’s worth noting that the deal is only available to new members who spend a minimum of £5 from Just Eat by April 29 at midnight. Readers can check the full Ts&Cs online by visiting Just Eat.
If you’re visiting this page after the deal has expired, why not try out some Just Eat voucher codes to save on your meal?
How do cashback sites work?
Instead of shopping directly through a store online, you access the retailer through a cashback website who will then get paid (by the brand) for ‘referring’ you to them.
Your transaction will continue as normal and your item will still arrive directly from the retailer, but the cashback website will pay you a cut of this payment as a reward for using its services, and as an incentive to encourage you to return.
This amount can be anything from 1% to £100 of your total spend – and you can use voucher codes to boost your saving that little bit further.
Your cashback will be sent back to you through your cashback account around 7-10 working days later.
However, with more complex services like travel and financial products, this period can be extended to six months.