Grab a free copy of Disney's Maleficent
Maleficent free dvd
Maleficent free dvd

For a limited time, TopCashback is giving a free DVD copy of Disney's blockbuster Maleficent to new customers.

Some existing customers may also be eligible for this offer too. If you receive an email from Top Cashback, then the offer is extended to you too.

How do I get my copy?

First you need to register for TopCashback. Simply visit this page on the TopCashback site and follow the links through to the deal page. Hit the 'Get Cashback' button when you reach the offer page. You will be prompted to fill in your details to sign up for a TopCashback account.

You will then be directed to Amazon to buy the DVD – proceed with your purchase as you normally would.

Just be careful that you don't follow a link from another site to Amazon before completing your purchase as this may interfere with, and potentially invalidate, your cashback claim.It's best just to go straight ahead and complete your purchase before continuing with your regular browsing.

Also be aware that you should switch off advert-blocking software such as AdBlock while you're going through the process.

You can find all the terms and conditions on the offer page. The offer closes at 11.59pm on Sunday 9th November. Only one DVD is eligible for cashback per household

If I'm spending money, how is it free?

This isn't an immediately 'free' deal as you need to wait until TopCashback reimburses your purchase. The £9.99 cost of the DVD should be credited to your account around a week after you've bought the DVD.

You can then withdraw the money to your bank account, and you've broken even and have a new DVD on the shelf.

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