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5,000 Free Mister Maker art & craft kits to give away

Spotted on Kidstart - 5,000 free Mister Maker arts & crafts kits. Need to use the code on the link and which reduced the price to £1, then they add £1 to your Kidstarter account so its basically free
neyi Avatar5m, 4w agoFound 5 months, 4 weeks ago5 Comments
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So it's not a freebie then
Voting cold due to the subscription and the mumsnet acronym drivel.
fair enough. I'm going to see what the free box is like before deciding if I want any more. Can cancel anytime so not too bothered about this. My DD loves Mister Maker so worth it i reckon.
not free as still have to pay for it
Not keen on subscription deals! Cold from me!

Money back for kids accounts @ Kidstart

If TCB or Quidco doesn't have a cashback try Kidstart. Money back is linked to a kids account. Sometimes has a bigger cashback than the other two and also includes companies not on others e.g. Amazo…
jlc57 Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago3 Comments
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A bit longer than for other companies but mine have shown up eventually. One hadn't arrived after a week and when I contacted kidstart they tracked it down for me.
Any idea how long tracking takes for Amazon purchases?
thanks for this op, use ebay and amazon all the time and would be great to save cashback to my sons account :-) heat
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Kidstart offering cashback on all Amazon & eBay Purchases

There are lot of Cashback sites around and Kidstart is another variant of those. The difference: It offers 2% cashback on Amazon purchases and 15% of eBay revenue as cashback for eBay purchases.
harinmenon Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago5 Comments
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For anyone interested, they are offering cashback across lots of retailers and have competitive rates and offers as well. They do in-store cashback and cashback for purchases through their mobile app as well.
I'm pretty sure I saw Amazon on Quidco too.
Yes, Quidco and TCB provides selective cashback for Amazon whereas this is for everything and not time-limited.

Edited By: harinmenon on Dec 12, 2014 14:33: correction
Thank you :) this looks great and I do a lot of shopping for bits and bobs on eBay. Every penny helps as they say.
I'm pretty sure I saw Amazon on Quidco too.
On Quidco its only "Until Sunday earn 2% cashback on all large appliances".
I'm pretty sure I saw Amazon on Quidco too.

Shop at hundreds of online retailers and save money for your kids with Kidstart

This works in a similar way to Quidco and Topcashback, by earning cashback via the Kidstart website. It's free to join and use. Once the earnings are in your 'Kiddybank' (equivalent of confirmed ear…
buzz2007 Avatar2y, 10m agoFound 2 years, 10 months ago4 Comments
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John lewis is another that only offer cb on this site and 5% at present.
If this is the only cash back site that works with eBay, that might seem sufficient reason to utilise it???
Fair point, but I'm not very disciplined :p. I know when I use Kidstart it's going into the kids' savings, and they might get a return on the money put in. Can't say the same for other cashback sites, where it's probably spent on the kids' clothes?

I do compare the Kidstart rates to the other cashback sites and won't usually use if they're less, but if it's comparable then I'll go with them. Always use them for Ebay as the other cashback sites don't offer Ebay cashback anymore.
I don't really see the logic behind using this instead of earning more (the few I looked at were lower, don't know if its on everything?) with TCB. Sounds like you just need to be more disciplined if you want to use it to save for your kids!
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