To get the deal, you need to be a new user to the cashback website.
If you fit that bill, you simply need to fill up your tank with at least £10 worth of fuel at Asda, BP, the Co-operative, Esso, Gulf, Jet, Morrisons, Murco, Sainsbury’s, Shell, Tesco, or Texaco.
The petrol needs to have been bought between December 17 and midnight on December 23.
Next, snap a picture of your receipt showing the date and time of purchase, the petrol station name, and petrol sale.
You then need to create a TopCashback account and submit your receipt under "Offers", then "Snap & Save", or you can submit the picture using the app.
Ways to cut down on your fuel costs
- Accelerate gradually without over-revving
- Always drive on the highest possible gear
- If you can, allow your car to slow down naturally as your brake is a money burner
- Re-starting your car is expensive, if you can keep moving
Receipts need to be uploaded by midnight on December 23. The cashback will then added to your account within seven working days and will become payable within 30 days.
Of course, with all cashback sites there can sometimes be problems tracking purchases which means you don't get your cashback.
So only buy items via cashback websites if you were going to purchase them anyway – don't just buy for the cashback.
The petrol offer can only be redeemed once per household, and it's only available for the first 4,000 people who upload their receipts – so go quick.
Petrol prices soared to their highest levels since the summer of 2014 earlier this year.
Since then, they have fallen back, with the average price of unleaded standing at 121.3p a litre and the average price of diesel at 130.8p a litre, according to PetrolPrices.com.
But experts say supermarkets and petrol stations have failed to pass on fuel cuts to drivers — leaving drivers £2 quid worse off.
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