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Not sure if this has been posted (or if it qualifies as a freebie)... but you can get £1.25 Quidco when you subscribe to the Ovi Store online.

"for per new registration (one registration per Quidco member) staying subscribed for 2 months"

Nokia Ovi is the new mobile app store that offers maps, music, email, games, photos and much, much more for your mobile! All in one central location it gives users instant access to the full suite of Nokia and third party applications to be downloaded onto your handset or computer - Its your life, connected!

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#1
They suspended the last one because of tracking issues, I noticed this was back, but still have about 5 Nokia Ovi tracked with Quidco, don't think they'll pay out, but don't want to mess things up by subscribing (again!).

Easy money though.
#2
the link in quidco (which is the correct link) does not seem to work. anyone else experienced it?
#3
Yeah quidco!! Worked fine for me. H&R for you.
#4
i got 1.25 tracked and valadated
#5
jamespir
i got 1.25 tracked and valadated


Me too, thought was only £1 :w00t:
banned#6
"Not sure if this has been posted (or if it qualifies as a freebie)... but you can get £1.25 Quidco when you subscribe to the Ovi Store online"

Can someone tell me what this means?

What is Quidco, anyway?
#7
not as good as topcashback seefman
They are basically cashback sites that can earn you money.

Google them both for impartial view. i'm biased after having a problem with Quidco, that touch wood i haven't had with topcashback
Topcashback is free http://www.topcashback.co.uk/
Quidco charge you £5 for the honour http://www.quidco.com/
Simples
#8
seefman
"Not sure if this has been posted (or if it qualifies as a freebie)... but you can get £1.25 Quidco when you subscribe to the Ovi Store online"

Can someone tell me what this means?

What is Quidco, anyway?


[url]www.quidco.com[/url] will explain all!
#9
Thanks will try this
#10
Yeah, I posted this but it got removed because Quidco deals cannot be posted any where but Misc.
#11
Muwolves
not as good as topcashback seefman
They are basically cashback sites that can earn you money.

Google them both for impartial view. i'm biased after having a problem with Quidco, that touch wood i haven't had with topcashback
Topcashback is free http://www.topcashback.co.uk/
Quidco charge you £5 for the honour http://www.quidco.com/
Simples


I guess which is better depends on which pays more. I dont think individual non payments are really a bearing on the cashback site, but rather the retailer paying the cashback.

Anyway, for a comparison of which pays more for each retailer, check MSE's cashback checker at http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/shopping/cashback-sites-comparison/
#12
topcashback will match anybody else!!!!!
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Muwolves
not as good as topcashback seefman
They are basically cashback sites that can earn you money.

Google them both for impartial view. i'm biased after having a problem with Quidco, that touch wood i haven't had with topcashback
Topcashback is free http://www.topcashback.co.uk/
Quidco charge you £5 for the honour http://www.quidco.com/
Simples



Perhaps I should have touched the same wood as you, as my TopCashBack signup to the Ovi Store never showed up.

And at the time I signed up, it was only paying £1 anyway.

If any of you want to check who gives how much for what, I found smartcashback covers more cashback sites than Martin Lewis's mere 10 on his cashback checker.

http://www.smartcashback.co.uk/

I am not affiliated with either site, in case someone tries to get me banned again, I am just trying to be helpful.

I must agree with this opinion, I prefer TopCashBack normally, due partly to the Quidco £5 a year fee that is in fact cumulative (so after 5 years of not earning much if you suddenly earn £40 you only see £15 of it on withdrawal).
#14
mateypeeps;8026996

I am not affiliated with either site, in case someone tries to get me banned again, I am just trying to be helpful.




me neither, just my opinion, which is why i said google it :thumbsup:
#15
£1 now.

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