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How to save 10% on Adobe software, hosting etc

Register with Top Cashback and you can get 10% cashback on all Adobe software, up to £340 on hosting and loads more deals.

I only discovered CashBack websites about 6 months ago, but it's amazing how many of them are out there. I did a bit of research, and Top Cashback seems to be the best of them, as it offers at least 100% of the money they earn in affiliate revenues. I've no idea how this business model can work for them, but I'm happy to take advantage.

If you haven't heard of cashback sites before, here's a quick run-down on how it works:

Just about every major website that sells you stuff particpates in affiliate programmes. If you sign up as an affiliate, you place adds on your own website, and earn commision when people click the adverts and go on to purchase.

CashBack sites work by sharing this commission with you.

I first registered with Top Cashback in September and got £35 back from the purchase of a plasma TV from Currys. Not bad for a simple click through before purchasing! I've since gone on to save money through things like insurance and CDs.

Recently, I was browsing through the retailers, and was surprised to find that Adobe are signed up to. I'd been planning to upgrade to the CS4 suite, so I purchased it through the link and I've now got £45 cashback due at the end of next month. I only wish I'd known about this before purchasing a ColdFusion 8 license last Christmas - I'd of got £90 for a simple click.

Having looked around, it seems like a lot of the big UK hosting providers all offer cashback for purchases: 1&1, Fasthosts, Web Fusion, Hostway and more. There's also money to be saved on hardware with companies such as Dell, PC World and Maplin all signed up to.

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