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AA vehicle only cover for £29.00 + £19 quidco cashback so its £10 in total!!!!!

£29.00 @ AA Breakdown Cover
Rather than signing up the the AA direct, do it via a special quidcowebsite and you can currently get £19 cashback making a basic policy just £10. i think its reallllyyyyyy good price :D i'm not s… Read More
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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
Rather than signing up the the AA direct, do it via a special quidcowebsite and you can currently get £19 cashback making a basic policy just £10.
i think its reallllyyyyyy good price :D

i'm not sure if it has been posted before but i hope not hehe

P.S.
i know the rule is not to include the quidco amount but quidco has increased the cashback to £19 and i think people should go for this deal, well i will :D

Credit to Martin Lewis for sharing this in his newsletter :)
- hunter82
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#1
I think as per the rule of the forum you should not include quidco in price....;)
#2
Junk
I think as per the rule of the forum you should not include quidco in price....;)


i knw thats the rule but people should know about it as even AA is advertising it
#3
how much does quidco cost to sign up to?
#4
Somebody just got martin lewis's latest newsletter :P
#5
funguy03
how much does quidco cost to sign up to?


nothing they take £5 per year from your earnings
#6
Voted hot, but this is vehicle-specific cover. I prefer to pay more for the one that covers the person no matter what vehicle they are in.
#7
ahhhh - that's sneaky making this offer vehicle specific....no good when i drive a selection of old nails :-D
#8
actually only a few quid more for individual rather than vehicle so still tempting :-D
#9
hunter82
Somebody just got martin lewis's latest newsletter :P


hahaha i know i was toooo tired to write things down....but he is a genius
#10
funguy03
how much does quidco cost to sign up to?


As MarkVirgo said or you could also join topcashback no sign up or annual fees and same deal.
banned#11
quidco offers £21 for basic recovery with rac which is £33, doesnt that makes it £11 ? pls could somebody explain ?
#12
Is this valid for motorbikes?
#13
Just got the individual cover for my wife £37 then £19 back from quidco. :thumbsup: hot hot hot
Thanks:-D
#14
thilee
i knw thats the rule but people should know about it as even AA is advertising it


Yeah, but only IF Quidco pay up. They are very good at 'losing' transactions, unlike other cashback sites.
#15
Did the RAC quidco deal about 9 months ago. I fully intend to cut that off when it runs out, and sign up for another deal just like this one! Voted hot
#16
So what should I be going for, what is the ultimate deal. I need some cover. your suggestions please.
#17
thilee
hahaha i know i was toooo tired to write things down....but he is a genius


By all means post, but shouldnt you really credit MSE as that's where you copied this from?!:oops:

Also, worth noting you can still get £20 M&S vouchers if paying £35 for the cover - often a safer bet instead of hoping for the Quidco cashback which can take an age if it shows at all (AA take no responsibility for this).
#18
Hi gR8_mUndA

No this would make RAC £12 not £11.
banned#19
quidco offers £21 for basic recovery with rac which is £33, doesnt that makes it £12 ? pls could somebody explain ?

is is worth saving £2 and gettin aa rather rac ?
#20
I'd say AA are better. RAC get nasty if you call them out more than 4 or 5 times in a year. AA never do, they come out as often as you want.
#21
Always best to use Firefox and clear your cookies.
Select Tools Menu...Clear Private Data.. Place a tick against cookies. Then Click 'Clear Private Data Now'
Close firefox again. Open new Window, head to quidco, log in.
Tip: Try and make sure you do it quickly enough, that you don't get logged out of Quidco, while entering your details on the AA Website.

Tracked fine for me today, tracked within a hour.
#22
Sphere
Yeah, but only IF Quidco pay up. They are very good at 'losing' transactions, unlike other cashback sites.


agree no the best site ,takes an age to recieve the cash, if at all
#23
rickj
agree no the best site ,takes an age to recieve the cash, if at all


Any other suggestions?
#24
Quidco is excellent I have had about £600 go through my account and to do not one transaction is missing, I have had to open an enquiry or to but everyone has been successful.

AA have recently uped the cashback to based on how much your spend:

£19 for any package at £75 or less
£40 for any package between £76 and £100
£50 for any package over £100

another note to with most of the bigger companies you tend to receive your cash back in a month,
AA seems to take 2 months either way as long as you go through the quidco link while signed in you will get your £19.

- I read this in MSE Email thought for £10 can't go wrong.
#25
The single "personal" RAC deal with £21 back seems a good deal to me at £13.50.
Covers you as driver or passenger in any vehicle!

Quidco advertise following discounts for RAC...

£70 for a genuine new car insurance policy
£21 for basic roadside, basic roadside with nationwide recovery and basic roadside with at home - breakdown cover
£30 for basic roadside with nationwide recovery and at home - breakdown cover
£40 for basic roadside with nationwide recovery, at home and onward travel - breakdown cover
£10 for a new day car insurance policy.
#26
RAC was cheaper for us, cos I woas sorting this out last night

we have cars over 10 years so cover was stupid prices

RAC was £34.50 and £21 Quidco
AA was £42 less £19 Quidco

You do the math...
#27
Sphere
Yeah, but only IF Quidco pay up. They are very good at 'losing' transactions, unlike other cashback sites.


Must partly agree... but only as of late.
Quidco cashbacks seem to be delayed or even refused for no reason.
Due to the merchant or Quidco? I don't know
#28
Topcashback also offering a good return on AA recovery if signed up through their site.

No 5 pound annual charge and they are better at tracking reliability according to MSE (article on cash back sites). They have always delivered cash backs for me.
#29
Sphere
Yeah, but only IF Quidco pay up. They are very good at 'losing' transactions, unlike other cashback sites.



Yeah, thats why I use Rpoints, they are much better at tracking and paying up and the best bit they pricematch all other cashback sites with their cashback promise.
#30
Saw on MSE too but i'm usure if they'll pay the cashback. Can you set a start date on the site?
#31
never had a problem with quidco in the past until i went through them to join the AA 2 years ago and it has been the only one that failed to validate so no payment
banned#32
With RAC you will get annually 5% from play.com, 20% from Bella Italia and more :thumbsup:
#33
When considering breakdown insurance, always look at AutoAid.

Amazing, comprehensive cover for only £37, covering you and spouse in any car!

Strongly recommended on MoneySavingExpert. Have a look at the very good feedback on the breakdown forum there.
#34
Sharpe
Can you set a start date on the site?


You definitely can with RAC, not sure about the AA.
#35
By mentioning Quidco it jogs my memory.
#36
My quidco is tracking at £19.32

So if they pay up this will be a bargain! Great find!

Heat and rep added
#37
Superb, have been putting off buying breakdown cover for a month now - no excuse at this price. many thanks!
#38
One downside of joining the AA online is that they have no opt out for receiving junk mail, email and texts from either the AA group or their partners ie any one they want to pass your details on to! You have to read the small print to realise that just filling in their form gives them the right to do this - really bad practice. Even though I deliberately didn't supply my mobile number it on the application form to avoid junk texts, they got hold of from somewhere and then just dismissed my complaints. All I can do is make a written request to be removed but no doubt the damage is done.
#39
funguy03
how much does quidco cost to sign up to?


as markvirgo said, they take the first £5 of your earnings...

so really the price should workout too £15 in total, if you've never used quidco...

personally i use topscashback http://www.topcashback.co.uk/ as again its free to sign up, and they dont take any of your earnings. If another cashback site is offering more then they will match it. They also give you the chance to earn upto an extra 10% cashback :thumbsup:
#40
msharif911
I'd say AA are better. RAC get nasty if you call them out more than 4 or 5 times in a year. AA never do, they come out as often as you want.
I'm afraid you're wrong here. They both have a policy whereby you are entitled to a certain amount of call outs per 12 months, after which you have to pay something like £60 per call out. The AA give you 6 call outs and RAC give you 5, which is increased to 7 after 5 years continous membership with RAC.

I know this to be true because I tried to make a 7th call out with the AA a few months back and was told I had used up my 12 month quota and if I wanted them to come out, I'd have to pay up about £60. I then cancelled my yearly renewal and thought I'd try the RAC. Not that I was unhappy with the AA's service, but I just wanted to see what the RAC were like. I've since used them a couple of times and my totally unbiased opinion is that both services are pretty much identical with similar call out times and more or less identical procedures. Their service plans are also quite similar so my educated opinion is that you are better off going with the company that gives you the best price for the same service.

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