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How Teachers Can Get Cashback

What Does Cashback Mean?

To put it simply, you get cash back. It sounds a bit too simple but it really is. You’ll get cashback whenever you spend, the amount of which does vary but you’ll receive a percentage back of what you spend. So whether you’re looking for new school supplies or something for outside of the classroom, you can get cashback.

What Is the Cashback Card?

The cashback card makes getting cashback on your purchases even easier. Essentially it’s a prepaid card that you can top up with funds to go and spend and earn cashback at participating retailers. Use as an alternative to your debit card and increase your savings.

How To Claim Cashback

Claiming cashback is really simple, but first you’ll need to sign up for free to Discounts For Teachers. Once you’re logged in, head on over to the Cashback Card Hub and sign up for your Cashback Card. Currently only those with a valid work email address are eligible for the card, which after the first 12 months occurs a cost of £2.99 which typically comes straight out of the cashback you have earned.
In 3 simple steps you can start earning cashback and be on your way to saving even more at your favourite stores and online.

Where Can I Use My Teachers Cashback Card

You can use your Teachers Cashback Card at over 40 of the biggest retailers, online and in-store. Check out the full list of retailers where you can get cashback from. Save up to 12% at retailers and watch the cashback go straight back into your account. Keep track of how much cashback you’ve accumulated when logging in or see it on the go with the Spree App, where you can top up on the go and transfer funds.

Find out what current members who already use the cashback card have to say!

Remember you need to be a member of Discounts For Teachers and have a valid work email address to get your own cashback card. Sign up for free to access the car and hundreds of amazing discounts on everything from travel to fashion and so much more!

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