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Free money! Get AA credit card and receive £45 cashback including free breakdown cover @AA Cashback offer ends today @ Quidco

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FuelSave Credit Card Earn cashback when you make purchases with our FuelSave Credit Card. CARD OFFER: Get 4% cashback on fuel when you spend £500 or more in a month on any purchases. Or 2% cashbac… Read More
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FuelSave Credit Card
Earn cashback when you make purchases with our FuelSave Credit Card.
CARD OFFER:
Get 4% cashback on fuel when you spend £500 or more in a month on any purchases.
Or 2% cashback on fuel when you spend less than £500 in a month.
0.5% cashback on all other purchases.
PLUS:
No annual fee for the first 12 months.
Includes AA Breakdown Cover in your first year, followed by an MOT every year you hold the card.
Existing Members get a free MOT in the first year instead of breakdown cover.
Remember to cancel after 12 months.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
There is no annual fee for the first 12 months. After 12 months an annual fee of £42 applies, taken as 12 monthly payments of £3.50.
Your personal APR will be dependent on your personal circumstances.
A transaction must be made on the FuelSave Credit Card to be able to redeem the AA Breakdown Cover or MOT offer.
Cashback is paid onto the FuelSave Card quarterly. Maximum of £150 cashback can be earned in a year.
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#1
topcashback offering £30.30 cashback
#2
If i understood it correcty one needs to spend over £500 on the card then one gets 4% cash back on any fuel bought in that month and not 4% of total spend on the card. If thats the case the fee of the card permonth would be higher than cash back for an average home unless one owns a lorry.
#3
£42 a year to get breakdown cover is pretty good no?
#4
Jonnyblock
£42 a year to get breakdown cover is pretty good no?
I think from year 2 its Free MOT instead.
1 Like #5
Jonnyblock
£42 a year to get breakdown cover is pretty good no?
You wouldn't want to renew as free breakdown is only in the first year. After that they'll probably kick your backside by finding unnecessary work on your free MOT and charge you £42 for the privilege. Wouldn't it be nice and simpler if all fuel forecourts gave a discount on the cost of fuel if paying by debit card or cash only?
2 Likes #6
Just a little warning AA's record of paying out on both Quidco and Topcashback is not the best in fact it's dire
1 Like #7
I suppose as long as you remember to cancel it's worth a shot, no way I'd pay for a card with that high APR though.
4 Likes #8
terryturbolee
Just a little warning AA's record of paying out on both Quidco and Topcashback is not the best in fact it's dire

yep, im owed £40 from TCB for getting an AA Credit Card back in October last year,
had to raise a support ticket as it didnt track, still no resolution yet,
seems nearly everyone that took out the card at the same time as me got rejected for CB
http://i.imgur.com/dvn7D7E.png
http://i.imgur.com/RWVuglt.png


Edited By: cainer1 on Mar 04, 2017 12:16: edit
#9
cainer1
terryturbolee
Just a little warning AA's record of paying out on both Quidco and Topcashback is not the best in fact it's dire
yep, im owed £40 from TCB for getting an AA Credit Card back in October last year,
had to raise a support ticket as it didnt track, still no resolution yet

Has anyone managed to get this to track?
1 Like #10
I got an AA credit card in January of last year via Quidco, £24 cashback. Not sure how long it took to track, but did pay out some six months later.
1 Like #12
I got this credit card on 8th January via TCB at £46 and it was paid a couple of weeks ago. I have yet to receive the breakdown cover. I keep calling them but they tell me it could be up to 90 days. I will receive an email with all the details. They told me to check my spam box because if I miss the email I lose out on the cover. Sounds like a con to me.
2 Likes #13
whok1844
If i understood it correcty one needs to spend over £500 on the card then one gets 4% cash back on any fuel bought in that month and not 4% of total spend on the card. If thats the case the fee of the card permonth would be higher than cash back for an average home unless one owns a lorry.

Or just buy gift cards. I have bought Tesco gift cards at Esso/Tesco express this month and it shows on my account as Tesco Petrol filling station (TPF) so I do not see why I should not earn 4% on this as long as I spend a total of £500 in the month. The gift card I bought I just topped up with £65 so it looks like a fill up. So 4% off Tesco too.
Morrisons petrol station sells various gift cards too including Amazon so that's 4% off Amazon.


Edited By: emmatthew on Mar 04, 2017 13:38
#14
When I applied for an AA credit card, I was asked to produce supporting documents, like utility bills, driving licence or other proof of residence and/or identity, and they had to be certified by a professional person like your doctor or a solicitor. I told the AA I was not prepared to go to that expense! Cold.
#15
whok1844
If i understood it correcty one needs to spend over £500 on the card then one gets 4% cash back on any fuel bought in that month and not 4% of total spend on the card. If thats the case the fee of the card permonth would be higher than cash back for an average home unless one owns a lorry.


I spend £300 a month on fuel so these seems like a good option for me!
#16
emmatthew
whok1844
If i understood it correcty one needs to spend over £500 on the card then one gets 4% cash back on any fuel bought in that month and not 4% of total spend on the card. If thats the case the fee of the card permonth would be higher than cash back for an average home unless one owns a lorry.
Or just buy gift cards. I have bought Tesco gift cards at Esso/Tesco express this month and it shows on my account as Tesco Petrol filling station (TPF) so I do not see why I should not earn 4% on this as long as I spend a total of £500 in the month. The gift card I bought I just topped up with £65 so it looks like a fill up. So 4% off Tesco too.
Morrisons petrol station sells various gift cards too including Amazon so that's 4% off Amazon.
Thats clever i would not have thought of that.
Thanks
#17
Good deal, just missed
#18
Just got a letter from AA regarding the application. They want several items of identification sent, and have to be photocopies of original documents countersigned by a third party, such as accountant, GP, lawyer. What a piece of nonsense, never had to do anything like this before. I already have an AA credit card with a substantial balance transfer on it, surely they must know who I am!!!
#19
Zontes
Just got a letter from AA regarding the application. They want several items of identification sent, and have to be photocopies of original documents countersigned by a third party, such as accountant, GP, lawyer. What a piece of nonsense, never had to do anything like this before. I already have an AA credit card with a substantial balance transfer on it, surely they must know who I am!!!

Just as I said above - in your case, as you're already a customer, AA are even more constructively difficult!

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