Do you know that feeling when there’s a sale going on on your favourite online store or when you manage to purchase that dress you’ve wanted at a bargain price? Now, what if i told you that you can take that feeling to a whole new level by actually earning back some of the cash that you spent shopping on those websites?

Well guess what! I recently found this portal called ShopBack and i’m like Hellooo…….. I can actually earn some cash back just by shopping from this portal?!? YES PLEASE!


There are quite a number of websites on ShopBack that you can earn cashback from and i’m sure many of us are already shopping on a lot of these sites anyway, so it’s totally a stupid move NOT to sign up and earn some cash! In our economic situation right now, any form of way to earn back some cash is a blessing!

If you’re an avid Zalora shopper like me, you’ll be happy to know that you’ll be able to find all the Zalora vouchers and discounts available on the site. There’s also discounted shipping for Amazon and even some cashback when you shop for your groceries on Tesco Online.

The site covers a number of categories; from fashion, food, electronics, beauty and lots more. Even if you’re planning a holiday and need to book flight tickets or hotels.. This. Is. Your. Site. To. Go!

If you’re sceptical about how this whole system works (just like me at first), just check out the video below. It pretty much explains how the whole cashback system works:

It’s actually really easy if you think about it, you’ll be shopping as per normal; the only difference is that you’ll have to enter your favourite site via instead of googling the site or typing it in like we normally do. And then… BOOM! You’ve got some extra cash in your pockets! Woohoo!!

So, what are you waiting for? Shop online and find the best deals here!


Written by Lily Shah
Lily is a mum of two boys who loves to share her experience as a new mum going through motherhood. She also has a passion for fashion and loves empowering other women to be strong and confident.

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