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QUIDCO 10% Top up at selected retailers for ALL users, 5% Bonus on Amazon withdrawals, 10% Quidco at ARGOS, 10% CURRYS, 10% GAME

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110% cashback bonus for participating retailers at a huge selection of their 4500 retailers during November (10% increase) Also 5% bonus on Amazon withdrawals ALL members, inc free accounts … Read More
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5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago
110% cashback bonus for participating retailers at a huge selection of their 4500 retailers during November (10% increase)

Also 5% bonus on Amazon withdrawals

ALL members, inc free accounts

Edit - Adding GAME

PLUS FREE SELECTION BOX HERE

130% and 115% cashback at TCB, worth checking both sites it seems.
- vidic007007
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2 Likes
110% @ TCB also.
14 Likes
It's not 110% increase, it's 110% of the original cashback figure.

So if it was 1% before, it's 1.1% now.
12 Likes
Yes, I noticed that.
Beats the topcashback 5% higher rate, but they'll probably match Quidco.
Quidco are more reliable though and treat members like members.
8 Likes
I don't get it. So they're improving current cash back rates by 10%?

So if it was 3%, you now get 3.3%?
7 Likes
greyhound11
Quidco charge a fiver annual fee unlike TCB

No they don't.

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12 Likes #1
Yes, I noticed that.
Beats the topcashback 5% higher rate, but they'll probably match Quidco.
Quidco are more reliable though and treat members like members.
#2
5% bonus on Amazon withdrawals is great too, got a bunch of cashback I need to withdraw. Thanks OP
#3
110%?
14 Likes #4
It's not 110% increase, it's 110% of the original cashback figure.

So if it was 1% before, it's 1.1% now.
1 Like #5
*10% increase. 110% cashback.
#6
noz85
110%?


Changed for clarity
12 Likes #7
backinstock
Yes, I noticed that.
Beats the topcashback 5% higher rate, but they'll probably match Quidco.
Quidco are more reliable though and treat members like members.
In my experience over the last 10 years I found TCB support to be far more communicative and reliable. Tracking reliability is matched.
8 Likes #8
I don't get it. So they're improving current cash back rates by 10%?

So if it was 3%, you now get 3.3%?
4 Likes #9
boothuk
I don't get it. So they're improving current cash back rates by 10%?
So if it was 3%, you now get 3.3%?
Correct!
5 Likes #10
WBRacing
backinstock
Yes, I noticed that.
Beats the topcashback 5% higher rate, but they'll probably match Quidco.
Quidco are more reliable though and treat members like members.
In my experience over the last 10 years I found TCB support to be far more communicative and reliable. Tracking reliability is matched.

Speak as you find, but I'd bet that most on the topcashback lottery post would have different views!
Far more likely to get a goodwill payment from Quidco in my experiences.
2 Likes #11
Quidco charge a fiver annual fee unlike TCB
7 Likes #12
greyhound11
Quidco charge a fiver annual fee unlike TCB

No they don't.
2 Likes #13
Flubit are now showing on Quidco as well as TCB btw. Currently 8% on Quidco.
1 Like #14
greyhound11
Quidco charge a fiver annual fee unlike TCB
They stopped charging several years ago.
#15
They not charge an annual fee of £5 which is only taken from any earnings.
#16
It's only on some retailers, not all 4500 as shown in the description.
#17
Leery24
They not charge an annual fee of £5 which is only taken from any earnings.


They both*
2 Likes #18
Leery24
Leery24
They not charge an annual fee of £5 which is only taken from any earnings.
They both*

No they don't, this is only for the premium membership which is totally optional
#19
backinstock
Yes, I noticed that.
Beats the topcashback 5% higher rate, but they'll probably match Quidco.
Quidco are more reliable though and treat members like members.
Used both, have to say I find TCB more reliable and faster tracking. I raise more claims with Quidco than TCB for items not tracking. They also seem to take ages to get them resolved and paid, even with the premium membership. Most annoying is that negative feedback issues are not always published. So the reviews are skewed. Now I can't see the tracking and how long for the payment trackers are now not easy to find.
Both need to treated with caution and not to be relied on even as a member. Remember they are looking after their own pockets as well.

Edited By: Sweetcorn12 on Nov 17, 2016 13:26: clarification
3 Likes #20
I'm a prefer Quidco camp and hate using TCB unless necessary!
3 Likes #21
Jez777
Leery24
Leery24
They not charge an annual fee of £5 which is only taken from any earnings.
They both*
No they don't, this is only for the premium membership which is totally optional

Finally someone who actually knows what they're talking about
#22
vidic007007
It's only on some retailers, not all 4500 as shown in the description.
Looks like you are right, just checked on Talktalk which they have on their banner as a extra 10%, but their rate is the same as TCB. Initial impressions is just another junk mail from spam for me, as the areas where I am looking at is the same as TCB
2 Likes #23
Always use Quidco over TCB even if they don't offer the highest rate (usually 0.5% difference anyway) but their service is top notch! Have often had their support pay my cashback early if the retailer's being slow! This just means I'll use them even more over the next few months leading up to Christmas!
3 Likes #24
greyhound11
Quidco charge a fiver annual fee unlike TCB

Hi @greyhound11

We introduced the Basic and Premium accounts a few years ago, the basic account is completely free to use.

The Premium account charges an annual £5 fee which is retained from the first £5 of cashback that you earn with us, everything earned after this is yours to keep. With this £5 you have access to over 650 faster paying retailers, premium support features such as call-back requests and live chat, as well as bespoke offers and promotions.

Topcashback also charge an annual £5 fee for their 'Plus' accounts. I hope this has helped but let us know if you have any questions.

Kind Regards,

Jack
Quidco Company Representative
2 Likes #25
Sweetcorn12
vidic007007
It's only on some retailers, not all 4500 as shown in the description.
Looks like you are right, just checked on Talktalk which they have on their banner as a extra 10%, but their rate is the same as TCB. Initial impressions is just another junk mail from spam for me, as the areas where I am looking at is the same as TCB

Hi @Sweetcorn12

Our cashback rates will not be beaten!

We offer a Highest Cashback Guarantee in which if you see a rate of cashback which is the same or of greater value than one on Quidco, we will match this and then increase it by an additional 10% of the rate. You can find a link to our Highest Cashback Guarantee here http://www.quidco.com/highest-cashback-guarantee/

Do let me know if you have any questions.

Kind Regards,

Jack
Quidco Company Representative
#26
Boo! 2 days after I withdrew £100 from my Quidco. Oh well :)
#27
Jez777
Leery24
Leery24
They not charge an annual fee of £5 which is only taken from any earnings.
They both*

No they don't, this is only for the premium membership which is totally optional


Sorry meant to say that.
#28
^ I nearly withdrew £100 yesterday but got distracted and forgot 8)
#29
MJ10
Always use Quidco over TCB even if they don't offer the highest rate (usually 0.5% difference anyway) but their service is top notch! Have often had their support pay my cashback early if the retailer's being slow! This just means I'll use them even more over the next few months leading up to Christmas!
Looking at 2 deals and the differential is 30%+ between Quidco and TCB
4 Likes #30
I mainly use quidco. I'm a premium member so pay the £5.

I've had a couple of claims rejected which I normally just ignore as they're only a few quid. However, I had one rejected which was £50 cashback from a Zopa loan, despite sending all of the evidence in and chasing regularly. They took so long dealing with the claim that it got to a point where it was outside of the claim period so I couldn't dispute it. They said Zopa rejected my claim...which is disgusting really as I have all of the evidence and drive the loan to work every day so I definitely didn't dream it. It makes me feel like they can just advertise any deal, you take it and they can just blame it on the retailer rejecting the deal at the end of the day.
#31
Speculator
Flubit are now showing on Quidco as well as TCB btw. Currently 8% on Quidco.

how does that work? you demand directly through flubit...how can it track?
2 Likes #32
cache
Speculator
Flubit are now showing on Quidco as well as TCB btw. Currently 8% on Quidco.
how does that work? you demand directly through flubit...how can it track?
Example...
https://www.topcashback.co.uk/flubit/

Just choose a daily deal or a demand.

Edited By: markticktock on Nov 17, 2016 15:55
#33
Amazon bonus cash withdrawal? what's that?
As far as I know is that Amazon is not supported on Quidco or TCB. I did search on Amazon for retailers on my quidco and still not supported.
3 Likes #34
Alex543
Amazon bonus cash withdrawal? what's that?
As far as I know is that Amazon is not supported on Quidco or TCB. I did search on Amazon for retailers on my quidco and still not supported.

You have your cashback paid as an Amazon Gift Card
#35
markticktock
cache
Speculator
Flubit are now showing on Quidco as well as TCB btw. Currently 8% on Quidco.
how does that work? you demand directly through flubit...how can it track?
Example...https://www.topcashback.co.uk/flubit/
Just choose a daily deal or a demand.
many thanks
1 Like #36
Alex543
Amazon bonus cash withdrawal? what's that?
As far as I know is that Amazon is not supported on Quidco or TCB. I did search on Amazon for retailers on my quidco and still not supported.

Hi @Alex543

You can choose to have your cashback withdrawn via bank transfer, Paypal or Amazon Gift Certificate. If you choose to have this paid by Amazon Gift Certificate you will receive a 5% uplift on your cashback payment, pretty fantastic right?

Kind Regards,

Jack
Quidco Company Representative
3 Likes #37
markticktock
cache
Speculator
Flubit are now showing on Quidco as well as TCB btw. Currently 8% on Quidco.
how does that work? you demand directly through flubit...how can it track?
Example...https://www.topcashback.co.uk/flubit/
Just choose a daily deal or a demand.

Hi @markticktock & @cache

Our current rates for Flubit on Quidco are -
11% for Daily Deal
8.8% for Demands

Topcashback -
5.5% for Daily Deals
1.1% for Demands

We won't be beaten on cashback rates, especially with our Highest Cashback Guarantee here http://www.quidco.com/highest-cashback-guarantee/

Kind Regards,

Jack
Quidco Company Representative
#38
QuidcoCompanyRep
markticktock
cache
Speculator
Flubit are now showing on Quidco as well as TCB btw. Currently 8% on Quidco.
how does that work? you demand directly through flubit...how can it track?
Example...https://www.topcashback.co.uk/flubit/
Just choose a daily deal or a demand.
Hi @markticktock & @cache
Our current rates for Flubit on Quidco are -
11% for Daily Deal
8.8% for Demands
Topcashback -
5.5% for Daily Deals
1.1% for Demands
We won't be beaten on cashback rates, especially with our Highest Cashback Guarantee here http://www.quidco.com/highest-cashback-guarantee/
Kind Regards,
Jack
Quidco Company Representative

As I said, "Example".
#39
Amazon bonus cash withdrawal? what's that?
As far as I know is that Amazon is not supported on Quidco or TCB. I did search on Amazon for retailers on my quidco and still not supported.
#40
Amazon bonus cash withdrawal? what's that?
As far as I know is that Amazon is not supported on Quidco or TCB. I did search on Amazon for retailers on my quidco and still not supported.

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