BARGAIN hunters can earn Amazon vouchers to spend on Christmas gifts and Black Friday deals – and they don't cost you anything.
The e-commerce giant is often a go-to place for those looking for Christmas gift inspiration, with its stock ranging from electronics to beauty.
To avoid spending a fortune and with the help of Tom Church, co-founder of LatestDeals.co.uk, we’ve rounded up ways you can earn vouchers to spend online.
Ranging from switching energy bills to completing online tasks, they are easy ways to cut your spending.
It could come in handy with Black Friday now 65 days away, while there are93 days to go until Christmas.
Below's how you can start earning vouchers.
How to find the best deals this Black Friday and Cyber Monday
IT might be tempting to dive in and snap up loads of items on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but here’s how you can guarantee yourself a good deal.
Prepare: Research the items you want to buy and find out the cheapest price. Websites like PriceSpy, PriceHistory and CamelCamelCamel will give you historical data on prices so you can see how much you should pay.
Get following: Follow your favourite shops on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and sign up to its deals newsletter to get the latest on any offers. We post the best deals in our Sun Money Facebook group too.
Check for codes: Take a look at The Sun Vouchers, and see if you can get extra savings with discount codes.
Free £20 Amazon voucher by spotting empty home
If you spot an empty property, you can earn a £20 Amazon voucher (or M&S if you prefer) if you're the first person to report it to YouSpotProperty.com.
To be eligible, the property must be located in London or the Home Counties, which includes Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent, Surrey, and Sussex.
All need you to do is fill in a form on the website, which will ask for the address, and any photos you're able to take of the property.
If the development firm behind the website then buys the property, it will give you 1% of the purchase price, which could potentially give you £1,000s.
Free Amazon vouchers for sharing deals with LatestDeals.co.uk
Tom said LatestDeals.co.uk gives away thousands of free Amazon vouchers every month.
Members who are signed up to the website can earn points whenever they share and post about a new deal.
These points can then be turned into Amazon vouchers – completely free of charge.
For a £5 voucher, a member would need to save up 5,000 points and you can get a £50 voucher by redeeming 11,000 points.
The most points you can get in one go is 250 points for introducing a friend to the website, while sharing a deal can earn you 100 points.
Posting about a voucher will get you 50 points, while sharing a freebie or competition is worth 10 points.
Free £20 Amazon voucher with Ipsos MORI inCompass
Ipsos MORI inCompass and MediaCell+ is a free app that offers free Amazon vouchers once you install it on your phone.
However, be warned that you'll be giving the app access to your browsing history and data, so keep that in mind before signing up.
It's run by a big market research company and you'll be required to answer a quick five minute survey, then install the app on your smartphone.
The app then sits in the background of your phone and monitors what apps you use and what websites you visit.
In exchange for this data, it gives you a £20 Amazon voucher and then £10 every month after that you use it.
You can apply to join here.
Free Amazon vouchers for completing online tasks
Websites such as Swagbucks will hand out Amazon vouchers for completing short, and easy tasks such as watching a video, filling out a survey or listening to some music.
Naturally, how much you can earn depends on how many tasks you complete.
As a welcome bonus, you can earn an extra £3 if you collect £25 of points in the first 30 days.
Free £10 Amazon voucher when you find a freebie
LatestFreeStuff.co.uk rewards people who find new online freebies with a £10 Amazon voucher, co-founder Deepak Tailor has confirmed.
This is really great for people who are obsessed with freebie hunting.
If you find a freebie that LatestFreeStuff.co.uk does not have already, and share it with them exclusively via their Facebook Group, they may reward you with the voucher.
To be in with a chance of the freebie, they'll need to have included your find in their daily newsletter.
Free £10 Amazon Voucher from LookAfterMyBills
An energy switching trick for a free £10 Amazon voucher is with LookAfterMyBills.
Instead of manually hunting through comparison websites every year, the service automatically searches and switches for consumers who sign up.
The free service is currently saving users £253 on average on their gas and electricity – and you don't need to be at the end of your current tariff to sign up.
It's a bit of a secret deal they offer, and you need to go via this link to get it.
But do check you're getting the best deal for your energy needs by checking another comparison site, such as uSwitch or Energy Helpline.
This way you'll make sure you're paying the right money for your gas and electricity consumption.
For more ways to save cash, a bargain hunting parent has revealed how to find 10p toys at B&M including Spiderman figurines.
Meanwhile, another B&M shopper has explained how she got £860 haul for just £80 after visiting five branches in just one day.
And this grandson saved his gran £800 a year on her bills in just one hour – here's how you can do it too.
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