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Keep forgetting to share this site...

Quidco - The web's cashback cooperative

Basically earn cashback from just about any shop you can order online with - logon to Quidco, find the shop, use the link, earn cashback! Payment is via PayPal or BACs, with no minimum payout.

I've earnt £100+ already;

£7 - PetPlanet (bought £100 catflap)
£60 - Carphone Warehouse (joined Orange at £15 per month + phone)
£35 - Lindy (£500 of AV cables for work)
45p - MyMemory (phone memory card)


Some sites that might be of interest;

MyTyres.co.uk - 3%
moto-tyres.co.uk - 3%

Plenty of Insurance sites on their too.


If only I got a % for passing on the link...

...you can all buy me a beer when you're making £100's cashback on your purchases!
 

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Yay Quidco :) Used it to get about 5% cashback on my honeymoon from expedia.com ;)

I hear you can also get basic breakdown cover from RAC and AA for about £30 and then get about £20 cashback.
 

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It's excellent I'm up to about 400 now. Don't forget the £5 fee each year. The RAC and AA deals are worth it
 

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Bringing back an old thread, but I swear by Quidco, and now they're offering referral earnings - £1.25 each, when you signup with this link Quidco - The UK's Most Popular Cashback & Voucher Code Site

They do in-store cashback now (Halfords, Cineworld etc), so you register your card with the site, and you'll receive cashback when shopping on the highstreet.
 

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Yes comes in handy for your annual purchases like car insurance, house insurance etc. Earnt £1330 from the site since July 2007.

There is also TopCashBack site which often pays higher. And MSE has a cahbacksitesmaximiser link so you can see which cashback site pays the most per merchant.

I usually use the comparison websites and the factor in quidco amounts before making most purchases but they can refuse. Just had £80 EDF cashback refused so had to query it.

Oh and I would stick to the main ones as some of the smaller ones have gone belly up. Cashbackkings for one....
 

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As a warning only Quidco really helps you if they refuse your cashback, topcashback etc (being free) has very little customer support.
 

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I have found speaking to the mechant often helps when cashback is refused. For example with EDF I am locked in for a period of time but is cashback is refused which was promised when I took out their contract I will use that for reason to leave early and switch to another supplier.

Being a tart with banks, credit cards and energy suppliers is a good way of getting free cash either from quidco, merchant like Santander do or even both. Some people find it too much hassle but for a few mins on a PC it is easy money.
 

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£914.11 since I registered in Apr 2007. Making the most of the cashback on Utilities, Sky and other home stuff I seem to be spending all my money on at the moment.
 

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lol @ posting affiliate links.........
Why the hell not, we don't all sell midget porn to make a living :lol:


I was looking at oil today to do an oil service - works out the same, plus a free golfing umbrella (could come in handy), to buy from Halfords instead of Opie Oils...without the hassle of the postman leaving parcels on the doorstep...!
 

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I just registered the missus for topcashback & clicked through the links to Three (who are the only phone provider with a good signal from my house). Was buying her an iphone4 on the £30 a month/500MB data allowance, with the phone costing £100.

TopCashback now credited my account with £101 & they had a further £3 a month discount code for the monthly phone rental (but only realised that after buying the phone.... :lol:).

Pretty happy with that :)
 

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Resurrecting an old thread here - but I'm a big user of Topcashback since signing up (for free) in January. With Christmas coming up it's a good idea to get on here for all your Xmas shopping. Use if for grocery shopping etc. too as they all do cashback these days.

Sign up to Topcashback through my referral link and earn me extra pennies too! Sign up here
 
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