Your order has been placed. We've sent you an email.


Choose coupons and get cashback


Check out the available offers tailored for you!



No saved coupons 0.00

My saved coupons ({0}) 0.00

Start shopping

Save your coupon(s) before you go shopping at an eligible retailer . Remember to keep the receipt

Scan your receipts

Use your mobile to take a photo of your receipt and send it within 15 days.

Get cashback

Get payment

Once you reach £5 you can claim the cashback and we’ll send it to your PayPal account!

By clicking "Got It" you accept the Terms and Conditions.


My saved coupons ({0})

Remind me to keep my receipts
Please use this format: UK 0044... or ROI 00353...

For more information, please read our Privacy Policy

We've sent you a text.

Would like to make use of your coupons? Uploading your receipts is only possible from mobile - click below to send yourself a link!

Send link to your mobile

For more information, please read our Privacy Policy

Upload successful!

Your receipt is accepted. We are including all the vouchers you have saved, so they have all been redeemed now! There is no threshold anymore to claim your cashback. You can go ahead and get your cashback now

Upload successful!

Your receipt is being validated.

You will be able to get cashback in a couple of minutes on My Savings page.

We will pay you the cashback value that you are owed, plus the total value of all valid vouchers that you currently have saved.

My Savings

You can track all your savings by going to My account

Your samples

Select your shipping address

Please check that we have your correct house number. To make any updates click on “Manage Addresses” below.

Cottage pie

This recipe makes enough for four people but you can scale it up to serve more.

The secret of a great cottage pie is to let the mince and other vegetables cook through with its rich gravy and to top it with a really tasty mash (either potato and another vegetable mashed together, or with butter or a strong grate cheese stirred in).

• Defrost 400g frozen lean minced beef or lamb (about £5/1kg) or source buy fresh mince if you prefer.
• Finely chop an onion and dice three large carrots, lightly frying them in oil with thyme to taste.
• After a few minutes when these have begun to cook, add the mince and cook until well browned.
• Add 400g chopped tomatoes and 300ml stock (beef, lamb or veg). Let this simmer for about 20-30 minutes until it’s blended well but isn’t too reduced. Before simmering, add a good handful of frozen peas if you want (they will cook as it bakes).
• Meanwhile boil 1kg of chopped root veg (either all potatoes or a mix of potato and parsnip or swede). When soft but not breaking up, drain and mash with butter or milk.
• Pour the mince mixture into a casserole dish and top with the mash, spreading it evenly and adding a ridged pattern with a fork.
• Put this in the oven and bake at gas mark 5 (190°C or 375°F) for 25-30 minutes, until the top is crusty and golden.

Start by putting the vegetarian mince in a frying pan with a finely chopped onion and herbs. To the pan add three large glugs of red wine and simmer fast until the wine has boiled off and the mince and onions have softened. Then you can either add this straight into the pot with the vegetables or fry it for a few minutes with a little vegetable oil.


Add your comment

We think you'll love

Cookie Consent