BT Infinity 1 + Starter TV Package - Up to 52mb £28.99pm + £69.99up (£417.87) - potential (£107.87 total after cashback = £8.99 per month) - HotUKDeals
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BT Infinity 1 + Starter TV Package - Up to 52mb £28.99pm + £69.99up (£417.87) - potential (£107.87 total after cashback = £8.99 per month)

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Hi there bear with me. Currently TCB are offering £110 cashback for Infinity 1, calls and TV. In my link provided below BT are offering £150 prepaid mastercard and £50 cheque. https://www.productsand… Read More
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2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago
Hi there bear with me. Currently TCB are offering £110 cashback for Infinity 1, calls and TV. In my link provided below BT are offering £150 prepaid mastercard and £50 cheque.

https://www.productsandservices.bt.com/products/affiliates/broadband-packages-a/index.html?aff=cable&packageId=AFF-UINF1-UWC,AFF-UINF2-UWC&s_cid=con_cic_aff_affwin_vidAJM_broadband&vendorid=AJM&utm_source=Affwin&utm_medium=Ref&utm_campaign&s_cid=con_cic_aff_affwin_vidAJM_broadband&vendorid=AJM&utm_source=Affwin&utm_medium=Ref&utm_campaign=Affiliate&awc=3041_1496785060_a82cee5378758f534bbfb36092df7bbc&dclid=CLy41-6WqtQCFaaoUQodC-IGfg

Now the package is £28.99pm for the Infinity, £0 per month for the TV package, £69.99 for delivery and activation for the Infinity and the TV pack.

Now I havent added the cost of the BT sport into the equation as its on a rolling monthly and not tied to the actual TV pack, you can cancel it before it starts to cost the £3.50.

So that is 28.99 x 12 and the 69.99 = £417.97 - £150 mastercard, £50 Cheque and £110 TCB. Potential of £107.97

If on the off chance you have an issue with TCB paying out for this, BT have a claims process that help out with the referral payment. Hope this helps
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1 Like #1
why cold guys? I am on similar deal posted back in October and its good. Service is good too.
#2
I don't think you can get both deals as in use your link as well as topcashback. If you go through topcashback you can get 110 from them and 150 mastercard or use your link giving you 50 cheque and 150 mastercard.
#3
TCB doesn't pay out
#4
candyman86
TCB doesn't pay out
It paid out £125 to me within 6 weeks.
#5
I took out a similar deal last year. After 8 months they put the price up from £28 to £42. We moved to Sky which supposedly is fixed for 12 months @£20 for the same service. Wouldn't go back to BT based on that experience. However if they do put the price up I think you can leave the contract without having to pay back the £200 incentives.
#6
Steve1205
candyman86
TCB doesn't pay out
It paid out £125 to me within 6 weeks.
Good luck
#7
vassy1
Steve1205
candyman86
TCB doesn't pay out
It paid out £125 to me within 6 weeks.
Good luck


tcb have always paid out on these BT deals for me, even got an extra £25 for bt sport.
#8
OP, how do I go through TCB and land on the web page you provided (with £50 cheque cashback)? When I clicked the "bring me to BT n get cash back" button it brought me to a product selection page with no where mentioned the £50 cheque, only the £150 card?

Many thanks.
#9
I opened the link through TCB, however I used my link to process order.
#10
moobert
I opened the link through TCB, however I used my link to process order.
I suspect that by this way TCB won't be able to track your cashback. If you pay attention, the thread you opened by clicking TCB button has a "serial number like" tracking ID at the end of web address, but if you use your own copy n paste link, this tracking ID won't be there and it won't work.
Comparing the risk of losing £50 cheque and £110 cashback, I think it's actually better to use the TCB link.
#11
moobert
I opened the link through TCB, however I used my link to process order.

So you clicked via TCB, then copied-pasted the link into your browser after? Not sure how that'll track correctly though?!
#12
Used a new tab for my order, I have done it this way previously with no issues, however I can understand if people don't want to take the risk.
#13
Does tcb provide the best deal on this compared to say Quidco.
#14
Done something similar last year and still got TCB.

Just click through to BT from TCB and copy and paste the link in post original post (don't click on it otherwise the transaction will be credited to HUKD and they get paid commission instead of TCB ) or this simplified version
http://www. productsandservices.bt.com/products/affiliates/broadband-packages-a/index.html. It's no different to navigating through the site to the product you want, you're just going directly to the page.

As long as the cookies from from TCB are there it should track.






Edited By: mug51 on Jun 07, 2017 19:13: \
#15
Just can't decide whether to go with this deal. Seems a really good deal but the horror stories with BT customer service are making me slightly nervous. Any company is great at selling you something, it's when it goes wrong when you really see how good a company is.

Umm, decisions, decisions.

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