WeightWatchers 3-Month Online Plan Usually £59.80 (Save £29.95)- Costs £29.85 plus £30 Cashback from Quidco (or £20 TopCashBack) - HotUKDeals
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WeightWatchers 3-Month Online Plan Usually £59.80 Free Subscription for 3 months you pay - £29.85 plus £30.00 Quidco Cashback (Make sure that you use the Quidco Link first)

So ineffect you pay nothing....Terms & Conditions Apply

WeightWatchers 3 Month plan for £29.85 plus £30.00 Quidco Cash Back (or £20 from TopCash Back)

Details of plan.. --

Payment Plan - 3 Month Savings Plan
Plan Fee - £9.95/month
Duration - 3 months
Initial Subscription Fee - £29.95
SubTotal £59.80
Savings £29.95*
Total to Pay £29.85

(Then you get the £30.00 cashback from Quidco)

Go to -- Quidco Link
http://www.quidco.com/weightwatchers

WeightWatchers Cashback rates £30 for qualified Weight Watchers Online or Weight Watchers eSource subscription*


Have tried to include all the info......Great for those looking to lose llbs after Xmas!!

Good Luck!
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#1
cool been waiting for this. Had to keep stopping my wife signing up as I knew a quidco offer would come along in the new year. Thanks. HOT !
#2
Load of Crap!

It's simple!

BURN MORE THAN YOU EAT!!!

Stop being lazy!!
#3
TheOvenglove
Load of Crap!

It's simple!

BURN MORE THAN YOU EAT!!!

Stop being lazy!!


You make a fine point but did you really need to be so obnoxious? Are you suggesting that a really obese person undertake strenous physical activities prior to addressing their eating habits?
#4
Oh perfect Size & Shaped one!!!!

No need to be rude ....for some this is still a Hot Deal....Let me know what it's like to live in your ''Perfect World''!!!!
#5
Just to let you know that £30.00 Cashback through Quidco is being tracked okay.
#6
gren05
Just to let you know that £30.00 Cashback through Quidco is being tracked okay.


Thanks and good luck:thumbsup:
#7
Hi can you tell me what it means that quico is being tracked please.. New at this site so I need help..
#8
Quidco is a cashback site...where you register your details & then you use Quidco to find some of the most popular online stores ie M&S, Debenhams, Weight Watchers etc. If you go via the Quidco site to make your purchase you then receive a % back in cash which is paid monthly. That is why I have £30.00 being tracked by Quidco because I used their site to Join Weight Watchers.

A bit long winded but I hope that it helps...... Good Luck!!:thumbsup:
#9
is this just on line or do you hav to go to meeting s> ?? thanks
#10
HOT!! I didn't do this last time it was on and I regretted it so signed up this time :)
#11
aw08
is this just on line or do you hav to go to meeting s> ?? thanks


Just online. You can also go to the meetings if you like but you would have to pay the weekly meeting fee of £5.50.

Personally I've been following weight watchers on my own (just a book and points calculator) for 9 months and lost 4.5 stone. It's not my thing to pay to be weighed every week and if I had it would have cost me a grand sum of £214.50!!!

The only reason I've joined online now is because I want to lose another 1.5 stone and it's getting harder as I'm getting smaller with fewer points. Could do with a few more ideas for recipes etc.
#12
Incywincy
Just online. You can also go to the meetings if you like but you would have to pay the weekly meeting fee of £5.50.

Personally I've been following weight watchers on my own (just a book and points calculator) for 9 months and lost 4.5 stone. It's not my thing to pay to be weighed every week and if I had it would have cost me a grand sum of £214.50!!!

The only reason I've joined online now is because I want to lose another 1.5 stone and it's getting harder as I'm getting smaller with fewer points. Could do with a few more ideas for recipes etc.


Fantastic well done you !!

i need to lose 4 stone , have you found it hard !!? sily question i know but you have done so well !
#13
Haha cheers :)

I think I'm gonna find the last 1.5 stone hard.... But basically I just set myself goals. My ultimate goal is 6 stone (cause that will take me to my maximum healthy weight on the BMI thingy). But I started out saying to myself that I'm gonna do this diet for 12 weeks and not cheat. Then when I'd done 12 weeks I did another 12 and so on. I did a spreadsheet so I could keep track of my weight with a graph etc to motivate me.

I also did a 12 week exercise chart and set myself a goal of 15mins 5 times a week on the wii "my fitness coach" (I was sooooo unfit it was untrue and although I thought 15 mins wouldn't make any difference it really did!!! And I can easily daydream 15 mins so I told myself it shouldn't be so hard. Everyday when I'd done it I ticked off the chart.

I also laminated a food list and stuck it to the fridge so I could write on with a whiteboard marker what I'd eaten to keep track of the points. Then I could just rub it off again each week and start afresh. I found it helpful to have it on the fridge right in front of me.

And I weighed everything!!! So I could make sure I stuck to the exact points (I'm a bit of a perfectionist).

I think I was maybe a bit obsessive about it all but I think you need to determine what motivates you and then come up with some ideas to make it a bit more fun/interesting. I tried to help the other half but he couldn't be bothered weighing stuff so ended up having too big portions and even though he had a chart on the fridge he couldn't be bothered to write on it straight away so kept forgetting things he'd eaten. Needless to say he didn't lose much weight. (He's just started Atkins which suits him better cause he can eat as much as he wants as long as it hasn't got carbs in).

Oh, and finally, when the Wii exercise started to make a difference I went on a few fun mountain biking rides with a group I found on the internet. Then I started to cycle to the train station 3.4 miles each way every day which saved me £3.60 a day in parking (that's motivation cause it adds up and I've never got change!!) and then I joined a more hardcore mountain biking group which I love so hopefully this year the exercise will help me keep the weight off. (I'm going biking in the Pyrenees with them!!!). Again, you need to find some kind of exercise which you like (and I know it's easier said than done which is why I started with the Wii :-D

Sorry for such a long post but I hope I can give you some motivation cause it isn't easy but it's all worth it in the end :thumbsup:

And good luck!!
banned#14
So you pay to lose weight????

Seems like there's plenty of alternatives online that you can download for free.

Cold.
#15
FilthAndFurry
So you pay to lose weight????

Seems like there's plenty of alternatives online that you can download for free.

Cold.


Quoted from OP:

"WeightWatchers 3-Month Online Plan - £29.85 plus £30.00 Quidco Cashback (Make sure that you use the Quidco Link first)

So ineffect you pay nothing...."

Or even a 15p profit :thumbsup:
#16
Why has this not been voted Hot??????

Headlined Martin Lewis Weekly email
#17
gren05;7446450
Why has this not been voted Hot??????

Headlined Martin Lewis Weekly email


So......this is HUKD not MSE :roll:
#18
gren05
Why has this not been voted Hot??????

Headlined Martin Lewis Weekly email


Thats democracy for you.

And headlining MSE email is no guarantee of quality. I think its a good deal, but youre likely to get flamed here if you get too hung up on why your deals aren't hot enough. Ta for posting.
#19
This is still a good deal for a lot of people, maybe not you but I thought this site was developed to suit all people & all tastes!!!

....Just asking Why????
#20
Thats democracy for you.

And headlining MSE email is no guarantee of quality. I think its a good deal, but youre likely to get flamed here if you get too hung up on why your deals aren't hot enough. Ta for posting.

Thanks for the advice......Much appreciated....You all have to start somewhere!
#21
gren05;7446683
This is still a good deal for a lot of people, maybe not you but I thought this site was developed to suit all people & all tastes!!!

....Just asking Why????


Perhaps there are more fat MSE members :?
#22
You have to pay £30 per 1/4 to weigh yourself?? What else do you get?
#23
You do not have to pay anything it works out Free (in fact they pay you 15p if you get the £30.00 cashback!!!)

For 3 months online membership....
#24
It costs my wife nothing for me to tell her she's getting fat and to lose weight. I even take her out running at no cost
#25
A while ago on here I read a post by a long established member saying something along the lines of (unquote)............

'I wonder if any of the new members on here ever contribute any new deals , or whether they just take & run!!!'

Maybe if the new members got more of a positive response to a genuine good deal they would contribute more.....:-D
#26
gren05;7446840
A while ago on here I read a post by a long established member saying something along the lines of (unquote)............

'I wonder if any of the new members on here ever contribute any new deals , or whether they just take & run!!!'

Maybe if the new members got more of a positive response to a genuine good deal they would contribute more.....:-D


Established members post seemingly hot deals that just get lukewarm too ;-)

One suggestion is not to moan about it and get everyones back up with your rant.
#27
Paddy_o_furniture
It costs my wife nothing for me to tell her she's getting fat and to lose weight. I even take her out running at no cost


Isn't she the lucky one!!!
#28
choc1969
Established members post seemingly hot deals that just get lukewarm too ;-)

One suggestion is not to moan about it and get everyones back up with your rant.


It is not a rant...I just expected a genuine explaination without all the cynicism!!
#29
gren05;7446882
Isn't she the lucky one!!!

Not at the minute, she's carrying too much weight to get lucky:)
#30
Quidco actually offers £15 cash back on this one at the moment but Top Cash are still offering £28

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