Increased 11% cashback on all Flubit Demands made & purchased through Quidco (e.g. got extra £3.07 cashback on £22.27 offer for Nurse Jackie Complete 1-7 DVD Boxset & cheapest price for set I can find is £25.99, more examples below) - HotUKDeals
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Increased 11% cashback on all Flubit Demands made & purchased through Quidco (e.g. got extra £3.07 cashback on £22.27 offer for Nurse Jackie Complete 1-7 DVD Boxset & cheapest price for set I can find is £25.99, more examples below)

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Not quite sure where to put this (or how to describe it in easy to understand terms for that matter so I apologise in advance for the long-winded description) but felt it should be highlighted to peop… Read More
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6m, 2d agoFound 6 months, 2 days ago
Not quite sure where to put this (or how to describe it in easy to understand terms for that matter so I apologise in advance for the long-winded description) but felt it should be highlighted to people as it does seem like a good "deal" in one sense of the word and if I put it in misc a lot of people would miss it.

If you are a Flubit and Quidco user and go through Quidco they are offering an increased 11% cashback rate on all Flubit Demands made and purchased through Quidco. This increased rate expires in 3 days. Although I know cashback is not guaranteed and people receive different offers when placing a Flubit demand it is worth going through Quidco when using Flubit.

Examples of some of the items I've purchased through Quidco using Flubit (which will probably make it far clearer than my ramblings above!) over the past couple of days and the cashback that has tracked in Quidco are as follows:

Downton Abbey Complete Collection 1-6 Blu-Ray - Flubit Offer £26.13...accepted offer and cashback tracked as follows: £3.59 giving potential total of £22.72 for the Boxset

Nurse Jackie Complete Series 1-7 DVD Boxset....Flubit Offer £22.27....cashback £3.07 giving potential total of £19.20 for Boxset

The Mentalist Complete Series 1-7 DVD Boxset - Flubit Offer £22.78...cashback £3.13 giving potential total of £19.65 for Boxset

Leverage Complete Series 1-5 DVD Boxset - Flubit Offer £23.56...cashback £3.24 giving potential total of £20.32 for Boxset.

I've only purchased DVD/Blu-Rays but it applies to any item that you make a demand for.
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6m, 2d agoFound 6 months, 2 days ago
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#1
Thanks OP...will give it a try!
#2
alizi1
Thanks OP...will give it a try!

You are most very welcome....thought it was worth posting as if you're purchasing an item through Flubit anyway and can possibly get a little extra cash through Quidco you're not losing anything by giving it a go although I'm also aware that cashback isn't guaranteed to be paid.
#3
Can some one explain how flubit works not used it before is it only with amazon ?

What about warranty as looking at laptop purchase

Thanks
#4
Didn't know flubit was even on quidco. Thanks op.
1 Like #5
Had an order cancelled with then after 5 days with no explanation. I reckon it was because of the 8% Quidco. Terrible service.
1 Like #6
Brilliant, hadn't realised Flubit was on Quidco, even though I use both a lot
1 Like #7
kitkat
Didn't know flubit was even on quidco. Thanks op.

Gannet
Brilliant, hadn't realised Flubit was on Quidco, even though I use both a lot

Must admit I didn't either until a few days ago when for some unknown reason I thought I'd search on both quidco and topcashback for it and just for future reference it's on both although Quidco is giving a higher rate at the moment ;)
1 Like #8
coco2007
Had an order cancelled with then after 5 days with no explanation. I reckon it was because of the 8% Quidco. Terrible service.

Just a quick update on my orders as I am also well aware how hit and miss flubit can be...have received Leverage the Complete Collection today and it has come from Speedy Hen through Flubit...was dispatched on Tuesday afternoon...just waiting to see what happens with the rest of my orders now....
#9
tiggerloveslife
coco2007
Had an order cancelled with then after 5 days with no explanation. I reckon it was because of the 8% Quidco. Terrible service.
Just a quick update on my orders as I am also well aware how hit and miss flubit can be...have received Leverage the Complete Collection today and it has come from Speedy Hen through Flubit...was dispatched on Tuesday afternoon...just waiting to see what happens with the rest of my orders now....

Good luck! ;)
#10
Hi, could anyone explain how it works

do I

1) go to quidco then flubit ask for a quote
2) log off flubit and later get flubit email reply
3) so go to quidco then log back to flubit
4) click the demand results and go through purhcase

is that right? or I just go throught 3) and 4)

thanks in advance
#11
coco2007
tiggerloveslife
coco2007
Had an order cancelled with then after 5 days with no explanation. I reckon it was because of the 8% Quidco. Terrible service.
Just a quick update on my orders as I am also well aware how hit and miss flubit can be...have received Leverage the Complete Collection today and it has come from Speedy Hen through Flubit...was dispatched on Tuesday afternoon...just waiting to see what happens with the rest of my orders now....
Good luck! ;)

Got to say I suspect I may need it for the items that are being dispatched by the infamous "fireworks merchant" rather than a named supplier...lol...
1 Like #12
dealchaser888
Hi, could anyone explain how it works

do I

1) go to quidco then flubit ask for a quote
2) log off flubit and later get flubit email reply
3) so go to quidco then log back to flubit
4) click the demand results and go through purhcase

is that right? or I just go throught 3) and 4)

thanks in advance

Will try and help....the process you outline is exactly what I did...

1) Signed into quidco....went to flubit through quidco
2) Signed into my Flubit account
3) Placed demand on Flubit
4) Waited until I got an email saying offer created
5) Went back to Quidco and went through to Flubit again from Quidco
6) Purchased item on Flubit

This seemed to work as my cashback has tracked in Quidco....decided to do it that way as thought there was more chance of cashback tracking if I placed the original demand by going through Quidco to begin with...as to whether it'll be paid or not is anyone's guess...that's why I said to be aware that cashback isn't guaranteed but seeing as the price I was being offered for the items I was looking for was lower than anywhere else anyway it's not the end of the world if they don't pay out the cashback...just thought it was a nice little bonus if they do ;)

Edited By: tiggerloveslife on Nov 24, 2016 20:00: typo
1 Like #13
zeberdys
Can some one explain how flubit works not used it before is it only with amazon ?

What about warranty as looking at laptop purchase

Thanks

Ok well I will apologise in advance for the very long winded explanation that is about to happen...unless you sign up to Flubit Elite's subscription service then you can only place demands for items sold by Amazon...if you sign up to Flubit Elite you can make demands using various other websites...I haven't used Flubit Elite so honestly can't say whether it's worth it or not as sometimes Flubit comes back telling you you've already found the best price and they can't beat it.

As to how it works...if you're a basic customer like myself...you find an item on Amazon sold by Amazon and copy the url from Amazon and paste it into the "demand a lower price on the product you want" page on Flubit....proceed to press create me a lower price and then wait for them to send you an email with offer created...sometimes it's within a few hours other times it can take quite a while....see what offer they've given you and decide whether it is acceptable...you can then decide either to reject it or accept it and you are under no obligation to accept it...on a number of occassions I've decided that the offer they've come back with isn't quite low enough so I've left the original demand active and placed another demand for the same item to see what price they come back with (it's sometimes higher sometimes lower) and then compared the two and either chosen the lower of the two or rejected both.

As a basic customer I can have 5 demands active at one time....also be aware than once they make you an offer it is only valid for a certain period of time (there will be a countdown timer on the offer created page telling you how long it is valid for) and if the product goes out of stock wherever they've sourced it from then you won't be able to purchase at that price or if the timer runs out then you won't be able to purchase it and you'll have to place another demand. Only other thing to note is you don't technically have to manually reject any offer yourself as if you leave it the offer will expire when the timer runs out.

As to warranty on items I've got to say I'm really not sure how it works...not sure if there's any info in there frequently asked questions about it as got to be honest and say I really only use it for lower priced items such as DVD/Blu-Ray purchases and would be a bit nervous about buying high priced items through it...other thing to note is if you are only using the basic service and creating demands based on Amazon items then if the item is under £20 Flubit adds the Amazon Postage costs to it before creating an offer so sometimes the discount offered isn't that great and it's really not worthwhile purchasing through Flubit.

So sorry if I've not been much help but at least I've given it a go ;)
#14
tiggerloveslife
zeberdys
Can some one explain how flubit works not used it before is it only with amazon ?
What about warranty as looking at laptop purchase
Thanks
Ok well I will apologise in advance for the very long winded explanation that is about to happen...unless you sign up to Flubit Elite's subscription service then you can only place demands for items sold by Amazon...if you sign up to Flubit Elite you can make demands using various other websites...I haven't used Flubit Elite so honestly can't say whether it's worth it or not as sometimes Flubit comes back telling you you've already found the best price and they can't beat it.
As to how it works...if you're a basic customer like myself...you find an item on Amazon sold by Amazon and copy the url from Amazon and paste it into the "demand a lower price on the product you want" page on Flubit....proceed to press create me a lower price and then wait for them to send you an email with offer created...sometimes it's within a few hours other times it can take quite a while....see what offer they've given you and decide whether it is acceptable...you can then decide either to reject it or accept it and you are under no obligation to accept it...on a number of occassions I've decided that the offer they've come back with isn't quite low enough so I've left the original demand active and placed another demand for the same item to see what price they come back with (it's sometimes higher sometimes lower) and then compared the two and either chosen the lower of the two or rejected both.
As a basic customer I can have 5 demands active at one time....also be aware than once they make you an offer it is only valid for a certain period of time (there will be a countdown timer on the offer created page telling you how long it is valid for) and if the product goes out of stock wherever they've sourced it from then you won't be able to purchase at that price or if the timer runs out then you won't be able to purchase it and you'll have to place another demand. Only other thing to note is you don't technically have to manually reject any offer yourself as if you leave it the offer will expire when the timer runs out.
As to warranty on items I've got to say I'm really not sure how it works...not sure if there's any info in there frequently asked questions about it as got to be honest and say I really only use it for lower priced items such as DVD/Blu-Ray purchases and would be a bit nervous about buying high priced items through it...other thing to note is if you are only using the basic service and creating demands based on Amazon items then if the item is under £20 Flubit adds the Amazon Postage costs to it before creating an offer so sometimes the discount offered isn't that great and it's really not worthwhile purchasing through Flubit.
So sorry if I've not been much help but at least I've given it a go ;)


Many Thanks for that detailed reply,

I gave it ago using a laptop on amazon and they came back a bit cheaper but I have to way if its worth it compared to paying a higher price and a 3 year fairly solid warranty included from JL.
#15
tiggerloveslife
zeberdys
Can some one explain how flubit works not used it before is it only with amazon ?
What about warranty as looking at laptop purchase
Thanks
Ok well I will apologise in advance for the very long winded explanation that is about to happen...unless you sign up to Flubit Elite's subscription service then you can only place demands for items sold by Amazon...if you sign up to Flubit Elite you can make demands using various other websites...I haven't used Flubit Elite so honestly can't say whether it's worth it or not as sometimes Flubit comes back telling you you've already found the best price and they can't beat it.
As to how it works...if you're a basic customer like myself...you find an item on Amazon sold by Amazon and copy the url from Amazon and paste it into the "demand a lower price on the product you want" page on Flubit....proceed to press create me a lower price and then wait for them to send you an email with offer created...sometimes it's within a few hours other times it can take quite a while....see what offer they've given you and decide whether it is acceptable...you can then decide either to reject it or accept it and you are under no obligation to accept it...on a number of occassions I've decided that the offer they've come back with isn't quite low enough so I've left the original demand active and placed another demand for the same item to see what price they come back with (it's sometimes higher sometimes lower) and then compared the two and either chosen the lower of the two or rejected both.
As a basic customer I can have 5 demands active at one time....also be aware than once they make you an offer it is only valid for a certain period of time (there will be a countdown timer on the offer created page telling you how long it is valid for) and if the product goes out of stock wherever they've sourced it from then you won't be able to purchase at that price or if the timer runs out then you won't be able to purchase it and you'll have to place another demand. Only other thing to note is you don't technically have to manually reject any offer yourself as if you leave it the offer will expire when the timer runs out.
As to warranty on items I've got to say I'm really not sure how it works...not sure if there's any info in there frequently asked questions about it as got to be honest and say I really only use it for lower priced items such as DVD/Blu-Ray purchases and would be a bit nervous about buying high priced items through it...other thing to note is if you are only using the basic service and creating demands based on Amazon items then if the item is under £20 Flubit adds the Amazon Postage costs to it before creating an offer so sometimes the discount offered isn't that great and it's really not worthwhile purchasing through Flubit.
So sorry if I've not been much help but at least I've given it a go ;)

many thanks that is very helpful indeed
#16
zeberdys
tiggerloveslife
zeberdys
Can some one explain how flubit works not used it before is it only with amazon ?
What about warranty as looking at laptop purchase
Thanks
Ok well I will apologise in advance for the very long winded explanation that is about to happen...unless you sign up to Flubit Elite's subscription service then you can only place demands for items sold by Amazon...if you sign up to Flubit Elite you can make demands using various other websites...I haven't used Flubit Elite so honestly can't say whether it's worth it or not as sometimes Flubit comes back telling you you've already found the best price and they can't beat it.
As to how it works...if you're a basic customer like myself...you find an item on Amazon sold by Amazon and copy the url from Amazon and paste it into the "demand a lower price on the product you want" page on Flubit....proceed to press create me a lower price and then wait for them to send you an email with offer created...sometimes it's within a few hours other times it can take quite a while....see what offer they've given you and decide whether it is acceptable...you can then decide either to reject it or accept it and you are under no obligation to accept it...on a number of occassions I've decided that the offer they've come back with isn't quite low enough so I've left the original demand active and placed another demand for the same item to see what price they come back with (it's sometimes higher sometimes lower) and then compared the two and either chosen the lower of the two or rejected both.
As a basic customer I can have 5 demands active at one time....also be aware than once they make you an offer it is only valid for a certain period of time (there will be a countdown timer on the offer created page telling you how long it is valid for) and if the product goes out of stock wherever they've sourced it from then you won't be able to purchase at that price or if the timer runs out then you won't be able to purchase it and you'll have to place another demand. Only other thing to note is you don't technically have to manually reject any offer yourself as if you leave it the offer will expire when the timer runs out.
As to warranty on items I've got to say I'm really not sure how it works...not sure if there's any info in there frequently asked questions about it as got to be honest and say I really only use it for lower priced items such as DVD/Blu-Ray purchases and would be a bit nervous about buying high priced items through it...other thing to note is if you are only using the basic service and creating demands based on Amazon items then if the item is under £20 Flubit adds the Amazon Postage costs to it before creating an offer so sometimes the discount offered isn't that great and it's really not worthwhile purchasing through Flubit.
So sorry if I've not been much help but at least I've given it a go ;)
Many Thanks for that detailed reply,
I gave it ago using a laptop on amazon and they came back a bit cheaper but I have to way if its worth it compared to paying a higher price and a 3 year fairly solid warranty included from JL.

Glad to see you're still with us and didn't die of boredom reading the very long winded reply...was trying to be succinct but failed miserably...lol...

Know what you mean about weighing things up though...as I said I tend to only use Flubit for lower priced items and really don't think I'd chance high value items through them but know some people who do....think the worry in the back of my mind relates to warranties etc. as not sure how easy it would be to sort things out if there was some kind of fault.
#17
tiggerloveslife
dealchaser888
Hi, could anyone explain how it works

do I

1) go to quidco then flubit ask for a quote
2) log off flubit and later get flubit email reply
3) so go to quidco then log back to flubit
4) click the demand results and go through purhcase

is that right? or I just go throught 3) and 4)

thanks in advance
Will try and help....the process above is exactly what I did...

1) Signed into quidco....went to flubit through quidco
2) Signed into my Flubit account
3) Placed demand on Flubit
4) Waited until I got an email saying offer created
5) Went back to Quidco and went through to Flubit again from Quidco
6) Purchased item on Flubit

This seemed to work as my cashback has tracked in Quidco....decided to do it that way as thought there was more chance of cashback tracking if I placed the original demand by going through Quidco to begin with...as to whether it'll be paid or not is anyone's guess...that's why I said to be aware that cashback isn't guaranteed but seeing as the price I was being offered for the items I was looking for was lower than anywhere else anyway it's not the end of the world if they don't pay out the cashback...just thought it was a nice little bonus if they do ;)

thanks very much. you are great! That is extremely helpful and a best answer to my uncertainty.
1 Like #18
dealchaser888
tiggerloveslife
dealchaser888
Hi, could anyone explain how it works
do I
1) go to quidco then flubit ask for a quote
2) log off flubit and later get flubit email reply
3) so go to quidco then log back to flubit
4) click the demand results and go through purhcase
is that right? or I just go throught 3) and 4)
thanks in advance
Will try and help....the process above is exactly what I did...
1) Signed into quidco....went to flubit through quidco
2) Signed into my Flubit account
3) Placed demand on Flubit
4) Waited until I got an email saying offer created
5) Went back to Quidco and went through to Flubit again from Quidco
6) Purchased item on Flubit
This seemed to work as my cashback has tracked in Quidco....decided to do it that way as thought there was more chance of cashback tracking if I placed the original demand by going through Quidco to begin with...as to whether it'll be paid or not is anyone's guess...that's why I said to be aware that cashback isn't guaranteed but seeing as the price I was being offered for the items I was looking for was lower than anywhere else anyway it's not the end of the world if they don't pay out the cashback...just thought it was a nice little bonus if they do ;)
thanks very much. you are great! That is extremely helpful and a best answer to my uncertainty.

Delighted to have been of help as I really wasn't sure if I was being helpful or totally confusing...it's funny how you can do something automatically but then find when you try to explain it to someone else it suddenly becomes really complicated...lol...

Also wanted to say a HUGE thank you for your kind words...very much appreciated :3
#19
tiggerloveslife
dealchaser888
tiggerloveslife
dealchaser888
Hi, could anyone explain how it works
do I
1) go to quidco then flubit ask for a quote
2) log off flubit and later get flubit email reply
3) so go to quidco then log back to flubit
4) click the demand results and go through purhcase
is that right? or I just go throught 3) and 4)
thanks in advance
Will try and help....the process above is exactly what I did...
1) Signed into quidco....went to flubit through quidco
2) Signed into my Flubit account
3) Placed demand on Flubit
4) Waited until I got an email saying offer created
5) Went back to Quidco and went through to Flubit again from Quidco
6) Purchased item on Flubit
This seemed to work as my cashback has tracked in Quidco....decided to do it that way as thought there was more chance of cashback tracking if I placed the original demand by going through Quidco to begin with...as to whether it'll be paid or not is anyone's guess...that's why I said to be aware that cashback isn't guaranteed but seeing as the price I was being offered for the items I was looking for was lower than anywhere else anyway it's not the end of the world if they don't pay out the cashback...just thought it was a nice little bonus if they do ;)
thanks very much. you are great! That is extremely helpful and a best answer to my uncertainty.
Delighted to have been of help as I really wasn't sure if I was being helpful or totally confusing...it's funny how you can do something automatically but then find when you try to explain it to someone else it suddenly becomes really complicated...lol...
Also wanted to say a HUGE thank you for your kind words...very much appreciated :3

thanks you are most welcome. I often come back to this site because of wonderful people like you very helpful and I learnt a big deal from you lot.

Thanks and wish you have a great Christmas time.
#20
This saved me over £40, thanks OP :)
#21
dealchaser888
tiggerloveslife
dealchaser888
tiggerloveslife
dealchaser888
Hi, could anyone explain how it works
do I
1) go to quidco then flubit ask for a quote
2) log off flubit and later get flubit email reply
3) so go to quidco then log back to flubit
4) click the demand results and go through purhcase
is that right? or I just go throught 3) and 4)
thanks in advance
Will try and help....the process above is exactly what I did...
1) Signed into quidco....went to flubit through quidco
2) Signed into my Flubit account
3) Placed demand on Flubit
4) Waited until I got an email saying offer created
5) Went back to Quidco and went through to Flubit again from Quidco
6) Purchased item on Flubit
This seemed to work as my cashback has tracked in Quidco....decided to do it that way as thought there was more chance of cashback tracking if I placed the original demand by going through Quidco to begin with...as to whether it'll be paid or not is anyone's guess...that's why I said to be aware that cashback isn't guaranteed but seeing as the price I was being offered for the items I was looking for was lower than anywhere else anyway it's not the end of the world if they don't pay out the cashback...just thought it was a nice little bonus if they do ;)
thanks very much. you are great! That is extremely helpful and a best answer to my uncertainty.
Delighted to have been of help as I really wasn't sure if I was being helpful or totally confusing...it's funny how you can do something automatically but then find when you try to explain it to someone else it suddenly becomes really complicated...lol...
Also wanted to say a HUGE thank you for your kind words...very much appreciated :3
thanks you are most welcome. I often come back to this site because of wonderful people like you very helpful and I learnt a big deal from you lot.
Thanks and wish you have a great Christmas time.

Sorry for the delay in replying...thought I had but you know what thought did....not a lot...lol...

Seriously though a HUGE thank you to you for taking the time to reply and I'd also like to wish you a wonderful Christmas full of happiness when it comes...
#22
Damn, missed out on this looking to get hold of a Nexus 5x! Any sign they'll bring this rate back before Christmas?

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