Total Spent, multiplied by 0.0404.Whatever the cashback percentage, divide …Total Spent, multiplied by 0.0404.Whatever the cashback percentage, divide it by 100 to convert it to a decimal. Then multiply that value by the total you have spent.So if you have spent a total of £20 for example, with 4.04% cashback...4.04% / 100 = 0.04040.0404 x 20 = 0.808so you have 81p cashback.

So has mine been worked out correctly? I spent 53.99 how much would I of had back via TBC?

So has mine been worked out correctly? I spent 53.99 how much would I of …So has mine been worked out correctly? I spent 53.99 how much would I of had back via TBC?

Just do £20 x 4.04%! Much easier! iPhone calculator for example..20.00 x …Just do £20 x 4.04%! Much easier! iPhone calculator for example..20.00 x 4.04, then the percentage button!

No problem you can always just use an online calculator to make it …No problem you can always just use an online calculator to make it easier, something like this for example:Click HereJust put the values in and it will work it out for you, just bookmark the page for whenever you need it.

Thank you saved it(cheeky)

Mabe say what the price is on the post! half price but half of what?

Thank you, made the risky decision of buying the mrs a dress to go on the xmas pile. With no fashionable person to tell me 'not that' I have my fingers crossed she'll like it. Thanks OP, never heard of the site before (as mentioned, I'm not trendy) but will use again if all goes well.

I have a few Lindy bop dresses, they are fab! Nice retro looking dresses. Got my last one for £9! Bargain

Nice find!

is it available in all sizes?

I wished more women would wear something like this instead copying what cardasians are wearing!

I wished more women would wear something like this instead copying what …I wished more women would wear something like this instead copying what cardasians are wearing!

Thank you, made the risky decision of buying the mrs a dress to go on the …Thank you, made the risky decision of buying the mrs a dress to go on the xmas pile. With no fashionable person to tell me 'not that' I have my fingers crossed she'll like it. Thanks OP, never heard of the site before (as mentioned, I'm not trendy) but will use again if all goes well.

£2.37

How do you work it out?

Total Spent, multiplied by 0.0404.

Whatever the cashback percentage, divide it by 100 to convert it to a decimal. Then multiply that value by the total you have spent.

So if you have spent a total of £20 for example, with 4.04% cashback...

4.04% / 100 = 0.0404

0.0404 x 20 = 0.808

so you have 81p cashback.

£2.18

Thank u maths was always my weakest spot f mark;(

No problem you can always just use an online calculator to make it easier, something like this for example:

Click Here

Just put the values in and it will work it out for you, just bookmark the page for whenever you need it.

Edited by:"Fuzzy-Dunlop" 25th Nov 2017Mathematics!

20.00 x 4.04, then the percentage button!

Thank u

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Popular brand for prob women 30s/40s mainly