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Hi, Can anyone explain to me (in easy terms) how to use and benefit from Quidco please. I registered with Quidco a couple of months ago but I'm not sure how I receive my cash back. Do I need to re… Read More
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10m, 1w agoPosted 10 months, 1 week ago
Hi,
Can anyone explain to me (in easy terms) how to use and benefit from Quidco please.
I registered with Quidco a couple of months ago but I'm not sure how I receive my cash back. Do I need to register my card details? Do I keep my I store receipts? I'm really confused lol.
I'd appreciate some tips. Thanks
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10m, 1w agoPosted 10 months, 1 week ago
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#1
you just register your bank details, then everytime u shop , go through quidco .. they do the rest.
#2
Thanks, I can't remember if when I registered I put in my bank details. Is that part of the registration process or do you do that once you've signed up.
Thanks:)
#3
why not have a look at quidco website i think they may have some info about this matter
#4
Just click on the link on the Quidco website before you shop
it should 'track' if it doesn't you can put in a claim

only then do you need to worry about how you will be paid
paypal or amazon vouchers(1% bonus) are the other options
#5
I use the mobile app, try the advice from mattmerch , it is easy , and worth the effort , I get a lot of money back from , insurance, holidays ect . good luck
#6
Nothing but bad experience with these idiots.. Cash back saying tracked and then declined 2 days later... Went through them to buy an iMac and it didn't track and then went to make a claim and they say can't chase this company .. Absolutely rubbish.. I'd use another site if I was you.
#7
Make a list of all the things you have to pay for like Energy, Insurence etc

Then make a list of all the things you are likely to want or replace.

Now go on Quidco and get used to looking for offers and cashback. Bare in mind most the normal cashback deals can be pointless as they only offer discounts you can get now rather then wait for cashback to arrive. But you can also earn cashback for doing next to nothing. For example the lottery was offering £13 cashback is you signed up and spent £2. Look out for that sort of thing.
#8
you have to go on the quidco website and find a store you want to shop at. open it up from the quidco website and then just shop like normal.
#9
Go into your Quidco account and update your details. :)
#10
Quidco is essentially a referral service that gets a fee from retailers for referring you to them. They pass on some of that fee to you in the form of cash back.

If you're about to buy something on line, then go to the Quidco website and see if they have that retailer on there and then click on the link from the Quidco site to take you to the retailer's website. Shop like normal and then the transaction will appear in your Quidco with the amount of cash back. Once it's verified by the retailer, this can take anything from a few days to a few months so don't count on it straight away, it becomes payable to you.

At this point you can choose to just leave it in your account and let it accumulate for Christmas or suchlike, have it transferred to your bank account or receive it as an Amazon voucher. I usually go down this route and get it for the Black Friday week.

It really becomes worth it when you're renewing insurances, mobile contracts and Sky/Virgin etc as these have some large amounts of cash back associated with them. Virgin were recently offering £250 cash back on their top package.

For shopping instore, you need to put your card numbers into the website. I think it only asks for the numbers, it doesn't need expiry date or CCV and then it will track instore shopping at the relevant shops - again it takes a while and often the cash back is higher if you'd shopped online, but if you'd rather shop that way then it's still a little bonus.

It's not going to allow you to live for free, but it's a nice bonus to get something for nothing.
#11
Thank you cakeboy79, think I get it now lol. I was looking at the wilko one (£10 back any spend) but then it said if you sign up to Quidco, does that mean if I'm already registered and shop on wilko via Quidco I wouldn't qualify for the £10 back??
I think I'm making this more confusing than it is lol!! :)
#12
pink_elephant
Thank you cakeboy79, think I get it now lol. I was looking at the wilko one (£10 back any spend) but then it said if you sign up to Quidco, does that mean if I'm already registered and shop on wilko via Quidco I wouldn't qualify for the £10 back??
I think I'm making this more confusing than it is lol!! :)

The Wilko one I've just looked at on Quidco is for 10% cashback if you spend more than £50, there's nothing about £10 for any spend, but that could be an exclusive one to you. The only thing of note to mention with Quidco is that if you use a voucher code, e.g. 20% off, then the cash back might (read usually) be declined unless the voucher code is also on the Quidco page. Sometimes, you can get money off and the cash back, but not usually. I often go for the voucher as it's a bigger discount than the cashback would be.
#13
Ok, that's great! Thank you for ur help :)
#14
Hi @pink_elephant

I can certainly explain the process that cashback goes through, I have outlined the process below:

You click through Quidco to a retailer and this activity is recorded.
You perform a transaction with the retailer which is 'tracked' into your Quidco account. This usually occurs within 24 hours, but can take 3 days and occasionally longer for some retailers.

This tracked activity is then verified by the retailer who confirms the amount of cashback to be paid, this is the stage which takes some time. How long this usually takes is shown on the retailer's Quidco page.

Quidco receives this cashback and your activity log updates to 'confirmed'.

This figure then appears in your available cashback balance, ready to be paid, which can be requested when you like, using whichever of our three payment methods you prefer (BACS, PayPal or Amazon vouchers).

I hope this helps!

Kind Regards,

Jack
Quidco Company Representative
#15
QuidcoCompanyRep
Hi @pink_elephant

I can certainly explain the process that cashback goes through, I have outlined the process below:

You click through Quidco to a retailer and this activity is recorded.
You perform a transaction with the retailer which is 'tracked' into your Quidco account. This usually occurs within 24 hours, but can take 3 days and occasionally longer for some retailers.

This tracked activity is then verified by the retailer who confirms the amount of cashback to be paid, this is the stage which takes some time. How long this usually takes is shown on the retailer's Quidco page.

Quidco receives this cashback and your activity log updates to 'confirmed'.

This figure then appears in your available cashback balance, ready to be paid, which can be requested when you like, using whichever of our three payment methods you prefer (BACS, PayPal or Amazon vouchers).

I hope this helps!

Kind Regards,

Jack
Quidco Company Representative


Thank you! I'm only a beginner but I'm getting there :)

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