The desire to get the best travel deals and also get something for nothing with cashback is universal, no matter what your income.
(PRWEB UK) 28 June 2013
New research has revealed that those hunting for cashback travel deals on websites like Simply Online Travel are among some of Britain’s highest earners. The report indicated that almost half of cashback site users earn £50k per annum (almost double the average salary in the UK) and have disposable income to play with.
It’s a common misconception then that those who use cashback websites and scour the web for voucher codes and travel deals are predominantly the income-poor.
"We find that those looking to earn cashback on their travel deals are people from all different kinds of backgrounds," says Maxine Broadhurst of travel cashback site, Simply Online Travel. "The people that use our site make up a broad mixture of the social spectrum and have varying occupations and levels of income. I suppose the desire to get the best travel deals and also get something for nothing with cashback is universal, no matter what your income."
For many Brits, holiday and travel deals are a big earner for cashback and people have become accustomed to always checking on sites such as Simply Online Travel before they purchase anything this big. As long as the cashback rate is also a good deal it makes sense to then book through the site and earn some money back. In this way all cashback on travel deals are a genuine something for nothing bonus.
Perhaps it’s because higher earners are less frivolous than they used to be because of the financial climate we now live in, but it seems that no matter what level of income people are on, earning cashback on the best travel deals has now become the norm.
To browse through the travel deals on Simply Online Travel go to http://www.simplyonlinetravel.com. Alternatively you can sign up for a free account at http://www.simplyonlinetravel.com/registration and start getting paid to get the best travel deals.