Excludes taxes, fees or additional extras
All Products 7.00%
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You can earn 7.00% on your Adrift orders when you shop through ShopBack.
It can take up to 48 hours for your cashback to be tracked and reflected in your ShopBack account. Your Pending Cashback will take between 1 to 120 days to be validated by Adrift and the amount claimed varies for different categories or products .
Once you have accumulated a minimum amount of cashback in your account, there are 2 ways to withdraw - Transfer to your Bank account or to your PayPal account. You can only withdraw cashback from your account once you reached a minimum amount of AUD$10 confirmed cashback in your Available Balance. Your withdrawal request will then be processed and the cashback will be deposited into you preferred account within 3 - 5 working days.
The Birth of Adrift Adrift was started as a clothing venture by Rebecca Pullar, in 2012. Rebecca Pullar, a mother of four, decided to end her career in law and enter the world of fashion. Pullar wanted to inspire every woman to feel beautiful the way they were, and hence, started a clothing line for women of all sizes. The first Adrift clothing store opened in 2012, after which, there was no looking back. In the past few years, Adrift has been a part of various campaigns such as Every Woman Campaign, which included women from diverse ages, backgrounds and sizes. Adrift has also collaborated with ‘Share the Dignity , a charity for homeless women, for raising funds. And since then Adrift has not only grown as a venture online, but also a chain of stores set up in different regions in Australia.