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Youll get 12 months membership for the price of 9 for the first year, when you pay by Direct Debit. Plus, join online today and receive these binoculars FREE.
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#1
This is what the Binoculars look like.
http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/w-jointoday-slot_1_picture
#2
Go Through Quidco and get £20 Cashback! ;-)
#3
I got this offer via a circular in the post, didn't think it was that cheap to be honest.
#4
If you are aged 25 or under you can join for as little as £14.63 and still get the £20 quidco cashback,meaning they are paying you to join,plus you get the free gift.:thumbsup:
https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/smx/bin/index.sxm?obj=member&schemetag=annual&limitlist=JUN
#5
Will be getting this shortly, we go to NT places on holiday and on average it's £5 per Adult to get in to most places. So sign up and after the third place you visit it's all free.

PS: The kids love it as well.
#6
I am interested in this deal,

can any tell me or point me to where i can find out how quidco works, I have had a look in their website but not sure how you receive money say from this deal [ qualify for receiving cash back ]

Thanks

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#7
thatscheap;1592500
I am interested in this deal,

can any tell me or point me to where i can find out how quidco works, I have had a look in their website but not sure how you receive money say from this deal [ qualify for receiving cash back ]

Thanks

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You sign up to quidco,then select the retailer featured on quidco who you want to visit,ensuring that you are signed in before clicking on the retailer link.You make your purchase,then the retailer should acknowledge your purchase has been made through you visiting via quidco.This is done by them tracking your order on the quidco site,this acknowledgment should then turn to validated once the conditions of purchase have been met and eventually they will pay the cashback,which when quidco receives,they then pass the full amount on to you.You only have £5 taken from your earnings by quidco once you have £5 or more in your account.This amount is the only payment that quidco require from you each year and is not taken if you do not have £5 in your account,so you are not committed to pay £5 if you are not earning.There is a dedicated help thread on here somewhere that used to be a stickie,but god knows where it is now.LOL.There is another thread here:http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?p=1592630#post1592630
This a long standing thread and there is lots of interesting things about quidco discussed in there.
HTH.
#8
offshorebairn;1591435
Will be getting this shortly, we go to NT places on holiday and on average it's £5 per Adult to get in to most places. So sign up and after the third place you visit it's all free.

PS: The kids love it as well.

Ensure you sign up individually via quidco and it should be a lot cheaper,especially if you join the kids this way,as the cashback outweighs the joining fee for kids.:thumbsup:
#9
Bazr,

Many Thanks for your help
#10
Great deal with Quidco - did this last year and only got free blanket! Mine expeires Jun, so no point doing this yet
#11
Kudos to OP for the deal but booo to NT for following the "new customers only" fashion. All us loyal members who pay full price every year, do we even get a thank you? Well, yes they do say thank you in the newsletter :) but the point is in order to get the best price you have to cancel your membership, rejoin etc. and that's all admin and paperwork costs to the NT as well. (Rant over lol)
#12
>All us loyal members who pay full price every year, do we even get a thank you?

Like you I am a long standing member, but I consider my money well spent if it looks after our coastline, our beautiful areas, and our historic buildings and gardens. And, after all, it is a charity.

If giving special "money off" offers encourages more people to join then I have no problem with that.
#13
bazr
Ensure you sign up individually via quidco and it should be a lot cheaper,especially if you join the kids this way,as the cashback outweighs the joining fee for kids.:thumbsup:


I guess I need to set up 4 direct debits also (2+2)?
Can I sign up 4 people using the same Quidco account, and the same bank for DD's?

Anyone tried sign up like this?
#14
suze
I got this offer via a circular in the post, didn't think it was that cheap to be honest.


I;ve recently joined via quidco, so costs me £17 or something, but more importantly than free entry to the houses and gardens etc. is the free parking. One of my local dog walks starts from a NT car park, so I save myself £1 every couple of weeks and my local surf break has a NT car park close by, so again I save money on parking. Brilliant.
#15
SRPhoto;1599569
I guess I need to set up 4 direct debits also (2+2)?
Can I sign up 4 people using the same Quidco account, and the same bank for DD's?

Anyone tried sign up like this?

Certainly the same bank details for 4 x DD's will be no problem.As for quidco,it could be a bit risky with the one account,as quidco rules are 1 person,1 account.....but i don't see why you could not take out your own membership and then for the other 3 you could be buying gift subscriptions,which in effect should be legit,as it is you personally that is buying the subscriptions.To be on the ultra safe side,you could open quidco accounts for all 4 in your family,with the drawback of having to pay the £5 admin fee per person out of each of your earnings.HTH.
#16
Thanks bazr,

I may just decide not to be to greedy and just do the family sign up after all.
#17
Wow- thanks!

Was just having a look on NT site and thought the 12 months for 9 was a great offer so about to sign up when I thought I'd just check here first- so glad I did!

I signed up as inividual and bought my husband a gift membership using the same quidco account so will post an update whether I get £20 back for each.
#18
Worth joining for Stourhead on it's own, a stunning location.
#19
Did anyone manage to get 2 x Quidco £20s by purchasing a membership for yourself and one as a gift or did only one track?

Was going to buy a couple but not sure which way is the best to do it.
Thanks!
#20
pootleflump
Wow- thanks!

Was just having a look on NT site and thought the 12 months for 9 was a great offer so about to sign up when I thought I'd just check here first- so glad I did!

I signed up as inividual and bought my husband a gift membership using the same quidco account so will post an update whether I get £20 back for each.


Hi- I was wondering how you got on with the Quidco cashback?

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