How to get £15 off flights: Get cheap holidays by doing THIS simple trick


CHEAP FLIGHTS: Find out how to slash £15 off your holiday

Brits will be in the process of booking their summer holidays, but worried it could cause a dent in their wallets.

But luckily, a money saving website is slashing £15 off flights for travellers on a budget.

TopCashback is offering £15 cashback when people spend £15 or more on any flight booking on their site.

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These members can also earn money back when shopping online from providers such as Thomas Cook, Expedia, Jet2 and British Airways.

This discount will be available to any person who is choosing the flights and tickets category on the site.

If you want to take advantage of this deal, you have until midnight July 29.

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To redeem the offer, here is what you have to do:

1. Sign up to for free

2. Find the £15 Cashback on Flights deal on the link and click through to a travel provider of choice and spent £15 or more on flights

3. £15 cashback will then track in members accounts within seven working days and will become payable to transfer into bank accounts approximately 14 working days after the deal end date subject to a successfully tracked purchased


TRAVEL: The discount is available until July 29

Previously Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis reveals how to get a £530 refund for flight delays and cancellations.

The 46-year-old, founder of, launched a free online reclaim tool to make the process of earning money back a lot easier.

However, not every airline offers refunds and some companies have tried to block people for claiming flights that were over two years old.

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