Free Sweets from Topcashback spend £1 and receive £1 cashback !
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Free Sweets from Topcashback spend £1 and receive £1 cashback !

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Found 24th Oct
TODAY ONLY, so be QUICK !!!!


Terms & Conditions
1. Offer valid Tuesday 24th October 2017 00:01 until 23:59 hours
2. Purchases made online will not be eligible for cashback, so you must snap a receipt that you’ve obtained in any UK or Ireland retail store.
3. You may fold your receipt before snapping it to ensure that you can fit all items listed in to the photo.
4. The following items must be clearly visible on the photo of your receipt:
- The date and time of purchase
- The Supermarket name
- The receipt number
5. The item purchased that’s eligible for cashback
6. The receipt must be submitted within 48 hours of the offer end date (ends 24/10/2017)
7. Items can only be claimed once per receipt, and each receipt can only be used by one member for each offer.
8. You can use one receipt to claim more than one offer, but the same receipt cannot be used to claim the same offer more than once.
9. Each member can only redeem this offer once during the offer period.
10. The Cashback amount cannot be greater than the purchase price of the product. If the item costs less than the Cashback, no Cashback will be awarded.
11. You must snap and submit your receipt before the offer expires.
12. The date shown on your snapped receipt must be within the offer period.
13. After you’ve submitted your receipt, your cashback may take up to 7 days to be added to your TopCashback Account. Cashback may take up to 30 days from submission to be processed to Payable.

49 Comments

Any sweets at all??

Original Poster

It reads like it to me, I`m going to Poundland tomorrow to see the best deal I can get for a quid

Original Poster

But do they class £land as a supermarket ? cos on second thoughts I most certainly don`t. So back to my local Asda or Morrison`s

solonely25 m ago

But do they class £land as a supermarket ? cos on second thoughts I most …But do they class £land as a supermarket ? cos on second thoughts I most certainly don`t. So back to my local Asda or Morrison`s


a tcb rep stated, when asked about previous offers, they except receipts from anywhere what sell's the product that the cash back refers to , inc the likes of poundland etc etc
Edited by: "sola35" 24th Oct

Sweet.

The pumpkin offer is "major supermarkets"

Also note this is £1+

Wongy1106 m ago

Sweet.The pumpkin offer is "major supermarkets"Also note this is £1+


all mayor supermarkets, SHOPS OR SERVICE STATIONS will be eligible for cashback.

sola359 m ago

all mayor supermarkets, SHOPS OR SERVICE STATIONS will be eligible for …all mayor supermarkets, SHOPS OR SERVICE STATIONS will be eligible for cashback.


Oh yeah
not quite the same as "any retail store" mind
strange they change the wording each time ?

Hey this is good will buy at Sainsbury’s for another ‘swipe and maybe win some points’ entry with nectar card

Wongy1101 h, 24 m ago

Sweet.The pumpkin offer is "major supermarkets"Also note this is £1+


so what does that mean exactly £1 and over or over £1 ? I read this as £1 and above to be honest. perhaps a TCB rep on here can confirm ?

So to ask the obvious, can I just get any sweets? A chocolate bar maybe?

leypb8 m ago

So to ask the obvious, can I just get any sweets? A chocolate bar maybe?


I'm thinking of those 'blue sweets' from Poundland.


My mate loves them.

Claimed - thank you!

With Asda selling bags of sweets at a £1 can you buy 2or 3 and get a £1 back for every packet. You can easily see how this one can be abused

atro246 m ago

With Asda selling bags of sweets at a £1 can you buy 2or 3 and get a £1 b …With Asda selling bags of sweets at a £1 can you buy 2or 3 and get a £1 back for every packet. You can easily see how this one can be abused

See t&c No. 9.

y-oh-y26 m ago

See t&c No. 9.


So basically it is just one packet of sweets greater than £1.

Top cashback scammers!!!!

Thanks for this post otherwise would have missed it

wohoo! this is my kind of offer!

Thanks for this. I didn’t know they did offers like this. Have a couple accounts too so will pop down the road to buy some sweets

Thanks OP. I may get something from sainsburys later.

It would appear to me that this offer is valid for the high street supermarkets only, only sweets and not chocolates, and must cost more than £1 as £1+ would exclude any sweets that is £1 or under.

AnnieLey3 h, 24 m ago

Claimed - thank you!


Did you buy sweets for £1 or were they more?

vicstar1157 m ago

Did you buy sweets for £1 or were they more?


the terms and conditions for this offer is so wooly that it leaves a huge scope for TCB to refuse to pay out. they state that the sweets must be £1+, so more than a pound if they actually understand mathematics symbols!, but then it states further on that any sweets less than a £1 will not be eligible. so where does that leave sweets that are exactly £1? there are offers at the moment at tescos for jelly babies and liquorice for £1 a pack, so do these qualify under TCB's dodgy t&c?

then it can't be free sweets if they only give £1 cashback for sweets that cost more than £1. TCB needs to learn written english as well as maths by the look of it!

Popping to Aldi later then.

mutley15 m ago

the terms and conditions for this offer is so wooly that it leaves a huge …the terms and conditions for this offer is so wooly that it leaves a huge scope for TCB to refuse to pay out. they state that the sweets must be £1+, so more than a pound if they actually understand mathematics symbols!, but then it states further on that any sweets less than a £1 will not be eligible. so where does that leave sweets that are exactly £1? there are offers at the moment at tescos for jelly babies and liquorice for £1 a pack, so do these qualify under TCB's dodgy t&c?then it can't be free sweets if they only give £1 cashback for sweets that cost more than £1. TCB needs to learn written english as well as maths by the look of it!


That’s what I mean, it’s hard to understand what counts! Lol. That’s why I thought I’d ask as the poster I replied to said hers got accepted, so if she spent just £1 then it should be fine for the rest of us, would be good to know

So no chocolate?

vicstar1151 m ago

That’s what I mean, it’s hard to understand what counts! Lol. That’s why I …That’s what I mean, it’s hard to understand what counts! Lol. That’s why I thought I’d ask as the poster I replied to said hers got accepted, so if she spent just £1 then it should be fine for the rest of us, would be good to know


i have used TCB snap and save before and just because it accepts the claim when you load the receipt, does not mean that they will pay up as they take a few days to validate the claim and they can refuse the claim if they deemed it does not meet their t&c.

vicstar1151 h, 16 m ago

Did you buy sweets for £1 or were they more?



Probably claimed but it doesn't go to payable until several days later, so wouldn't know if £1 sweets work or not.

Terms state "If the item costs less than the Cashback, no Cashback will be awarded" and "obtained in any UK or Ireland retail store"

So I would say it includes sweets for £1 from any retail store.

mutley12 h, 1 m ago

Thanks OP. I may get something from sainsburys later.It would appear to …Thanks OP. I may get something from sainsburys later.It would appear to me that this offer is valid for the high street supermarkets only, only sweets and not chocolates, and must cost more than £1 as £1+ would exclude any sweets that is £1 or under.



Why only high street supermarkets , where does it state that in the terms ?

Obviously the 'spend £1+ on sweets' is certainly not altogether clear , given that the terms state that purchases BELOW £1 will not qualify which would certainly suggest that purchases for £1 or more would be eligible.
I certainly read it as £1 plus as I am sure many others have, which to me means £1 and over.

That said I made sure our purchases were over by adding a 10p bag of Haribos
Edited by: "rooney10" 24th Oct

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Messaged them on Facebook, so hopefully this is much clearer now lol

rooney1016 m ago

Why only high street supermarkets , where does it state that in the terms ?


I think they have confused the terms for the pumpkin offer which states "all major supermarkets, shops or service stations" with this sweets offer which states "obtained in any UK or Ireland retail store".

rooney1026 m ago

Why only high street supermarkets , where does it state that in the terms …Why only high street supermarkets , where does it state that in the terms ?Obviously the 'spend £1+ on sweets' is certainly not altogether clear , given that the terms state that purchases BELOW £1 will not qualify which would certainly suggest that purchases for £1 or more would be eligible.I certainly read it as £1 plus as I am sure many others have, which to me means £1 and over.That said I made sure our purchases were over by adding a 10p bag of Haribos


the spend has to be on one item and not an assemble of items to add up to over a pound. but it would appear that £1 item will qualify. right, that's me down to tescos to get a packet of free sweets

it states in the t&c lower down, the "name of the supermarket" on the receipt. this would indicate a high street supermarket to me, but certainly a supermarket, so the corner shop can't be classed as a supermarket.
Edited by: "mutley1" 24th Oct

Apologies for my ignorance... how do we attach proof of receipt etc on TCB? As I've never done this. Is it easy to do?

Thanks.

mutley159 m ago

the spend has to be on one item and not an assemble of items to add up to …the spend has to be on one item and not an assemble of items to add up to over a pound. but it would appear that £1 item will qualify. right, that's me down to tescos to get a packet of free sweets it states in the t&c lower down, the "name of the supermarket" on the receipt. this would indicate a high street supermarket to me, but certainly a supermarket, so the corner shop can't be classed as a supermarket.



Our local (one-stop) shop seems to be covered under the definition of a supermarket , as will many others .....

A supermarket is a self-serviceshop offering a wide variety of food and household products, organized into aisles. It is larger and has a wider selection than a traditional grocery store

Thanks, got 24 bags of mini haribo from Aldi 1.89, got my £1 so only 89p.

mutley12 h, 17 m ago

the spend has to be on one item and not an assemble of items to add up to …the spend has to be on one item and not an assemble of items to add up to over a pound. but it would appear that £1 item will qualify. right, that's me down to tescos to get a packet of free sweets it states in the t&c lower down, the "name of the supermarket" on the receipt. this would indicate a high street supermarket to me, but certainly a supermarket, so the corner shop can't be classed as a supermarket.



Just confirmed on Facebook chat with TCB that it can be an assemble of items which add up to over a pound . Always best to get an official word on this rather than relying on ones interpretations .

Billy851 h, 45 m ago

Apologies for my ignorance... how do we attach proof of receipt etc on …Apologies for my ignorance... how do we attach proof of receipt etc on TCB? As I've never done this. Is it easy to do?Thanks.

​You just take a photo

I wonder what the definition of sweets is? I fancy some Maltesers which are sweets to me, but probably not to them!

I got some Haribo marshmallows from Poundland. Now showing in my Topcashback account, so will wait and see if it pays out!
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