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SHOPPERS have just hours left to get nearly £20 off their grocery bill at Tesco.

The supermarket is doing a cashback deal that could give you a much-needed discount.

Do a click and collect Tesco shop and you can get nearly half off


Do a click and collect Tesco shop and you can get nearly half offCredit: Getty

With food prices on the rise, it can pay to search around for discounts, like Topcashback’s latest deal.

The cashback website is offering up to £19.50 off your next food shop.

You’ll need to spend £45 or more by ordering your groceries online with Tesco, plus you’ll need to do click and collect rather than home delivery.

You’ll get £8 off your shop, and then £10 as a sign up bonus – so you’ll need to be a new customer to get the full amount.

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Shoppers can also get a £1.50 global bonus – so adding up to £19.50 in total.

But if you’re already a member you’ll still get the £8 off and global bonus – so £9.50 off your shop.

Anyone after the bargain will have to get their skates on though as it’s a one day only deal on August 17 and it ends at midnight.

If you’re not a member of the cashback site already, you can sign up for an account on the Topcashback website – you’ll need to use this link to get the £10 sign up bonus.

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You’ll have to enter a few personal details, such as your email address.

Then, head to the global bonus section of the website where you’ll get the £1.50 global bonus.

After that you’ll need to search for Tesco Groceries, and click on the deal itself in the “Special Deals and Vouchers” section. It will be the “Click + Collect” deal.

When shopping with cashback sites you always need to follow the link as you won’t get the deal if you just shop directly with Tesco.

And don’t forget that you might have to pay delivery costs on top, so don’t forget to budget for that.

How to use cashback sites

Cashback websites give you money back when you spend online. Quidco and TopCashback are two of the most popular sites. 

They often give new users special welcome discounts on top of the usual offers too.

Sign up and shop through them and you can build up cashback through your account with them.

How much cashback you get will depend on the offer from each shop or service, and how much you spend.

Make sure to read the details first so you know when you can expect to get the cashback, and any other requirements.

If you’re using a cashback site then it’s worth checking the details so you’re not disappointed later.

Don’t forget you must make the purchase via the cashback site, rather than direct, or you could miss the money.

Some sites like TopCashback will also let you upload your receipts from shopping in real life so you can get cashback on this spending too.

Often you can stack other deals with cashback if the retailer is offering a sale or other discount at the same time.

Once you’ve earned your cashback you can “cash out” by moving the money to your bank account, but you may have to wait to do this depending on the deal.

It’s still always worth checking to see if it’s the best deal out there and if you didn’t intend to buy it anyway, it’s not really a saving.

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