Are voucher code websites for real

New to this world. Hot deals, voucher I've, etc- has anyone used them?
Any tips? They seem too good to be true- do you have to join/pay ?

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  • Browntoa
    Browntoa Posts: 49,266
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    No fee to join as a basic member to topcashback or Quidco

    I've earned almost £1000 between the two in cashback.

    Many so called voucher sites churn the same codes and force you to join to "reveal" the code.

    Both the cashback sites list codes

    Valid codes are listed here and on HotUKDeals
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  • Thanks v much. Going to give it a go.
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