5% reimbursed on the site of a shoemaker, up to 10% for the reservation of a residence for the holidays, 5 euros in a supermarket, 1.5% on purchases on a large site of cultural goods, 6% for the rental of a car or 3% on a site of decoration ... The list goes on and on. There is something for everyone. These promises of repayment are what is called cashback. And in times of high inflation, the offers have something to appeal to consumers lured by the prospect of recovering part of their expenses directly from their bank account. But is it really interesting? Can we do good business or is it the mirror to the larks? Some tips to stay a winner.
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