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YOU DO NOT NEED TO GO THROUGH QUIDCO TO APPLY.

Free Graze Box Then the next for Half Price + £1 Quidco

First Step go through quidco if you want to earn cashback, if not go directly to http://www.graze.com and look to the right of the page (get started Free trail). Else earn £1 start a trial. Which you first is delivered Free.

Second one will cost you £1.49 = 49p if you quidco tracks.

You can cancel your order anytime, so receive you first box no like cancel. You have to sign up with your credit/debit card
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#1
http://www.quidco.com/graze/

£1 for taking up the free trial
£1 for buying your first full-price box
[mod]#2
First Step go through quidco.


Moved to MISC as this is a quidco offer, thanks :)
#3
sigma
Moved to MISC as this is a quidco offer, thanks :)


Sigma, how is it not a freebie? You don't have to pay anything for the first box?:) Quidco is a bonus.
#4
This often gets posted and is in Freebies, I believe... I had one and cancelled, so you definitely don't have to pay anything if you don't want. LOVE their Wasabi peanuts.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/574281/free-graze-box-dried-fruits-nuts-ol - Okay, I say 'often' but clearly mean 'once'.
[mod]#5
Adam2050
Sigma, how is it not a freebie? You don't have to pay anything for the first box?:) Quidco is a bonus.


You state that you have to go through quidco to get this offer :
First Step go through quidco. Earn £1 start a trial. Which you first is delivered Free.

so unless you are a quidco member you can't get it ? And Quidco offers are posted in MISC. The free trail codes that aren't conditional are posted in freebies eg

http://www.hotukdeals.com/all/vouchers/new?merchant_search=graze&mf=15085

Shellywelly's code is currently still active and has no quidco membership conditions attached, thanks
#6
Yeah definitely should be in Freebies.

Mods got it wrong ... Who'da thought.
#7
sigma
You state that you have to go through quidco to get this offer :

so unless you are a quidco member you can't get it ? And Quidco offers are posted in MISC. The free trail codes that aren't conditional are posted in freebies eg

http://www.hotukdeals.com/all/vouchers/new?merchant_search=graze&mf=15085

Shellywelly's code is currently still active and has no quidco membership conditions attached, thanks


You don't have to go through quidco.

Takes three seconds to look on the right hand side of the page.

http://www.graze.com/ - Get Started Free Trial

I worded it this way as a large majority of members use quidco/cashback sites.

You don't need a code currently.
#8
sigma
You state that you have to go through quidco to get this offer :

so unless you are a quidco member you can't get it ? And Quidco offers are posted in MISC. The free trail codes that aren't conditional are posted in freebies eg

http://www.hotukdeals.com/all/vouchers/new?merchant_search=graze&mf=15085

Shellywelly's code is currently still active and has no quidco membership conditions attached, thanks


But you have to go through Quidco to get all deals. That is how a cashback site works. (Never thought I would have to explain that to a mod).

So all deals that involvee cashback should now be posted in misc?
#9
Cheers Adam, signed up, shall take the first two boxes.
#10
awoodhall2003
Cheers Adam, signed up, shall take the first two boxes.


This is also my thinking. (Sat Delivery then I don't have the wife nibbling me nuts)
[mod]#11
mr.potato_head
So all deals that involvee cashback should now be posted in misc?


cashback only offers are posted in misc (quidco, topcashback etc) eg

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/686341/bet-10-and-get-20-quidco-potentiall
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/679903/autoglass-cashback-up-to-7-through-
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/678156/30-deposit-and-wager-for-55-quidco-

If the cashback is available in addition to the deal then it can be mentioned in the deal title but the actual amount shouldn't be factored into the deal price eg

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/694428/final-fantasy-xiii-13-xbox-360-17-8

Hope that helps clarify further re quidco :)


*edit and you've reworded your opening post since I commented adam2050 ? Originally you stated :
First Step go through quidco. Earn £1 start a trial. Which you first is delivered Free.

you have changed the wording after my post to say :
First Step go through quidco if you want to earn cashback, if not go directly to [url]www.graze.com[/url] and look to the right of the page

You had never mentioned the direct Graze link originally which makes it a little confusing as my comments don't reflect the edited deal you have listed now ?
#12
sigma
cashback only offers are posted in misc (quidco, topcashback etc) eg

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/686341/bet-10-and-get-20-quidco-potentiall
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/679903/autoglass-cashback-up-to-7-through-
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/678156/30-deposit-and-wager-for-55-quidco-

If the cashback is available in addition to the deal then it can be mentioned in the deal title but the actual amount shouldn't be factored into the deal price eg

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/694428/final-fantasy-xiii-13-xbox-360-17-8

Hope that helps clarify further re quidco :)


Okay can you clarify that you can get this 'deal' without quidco though Sigma. Thanks:)

Then move it back to Freebies and clear up uneeded chatter.
#13
Thanks ordered for work on Mondays might even keep it going if its good.
#14
sigma


*edit and you've reworded your opening post since I commented adam2050 ? Originally you stated :

you have changed the wording after my post to say :

You had never mentioned the direct Graze link originally which makes it a little confusing as my comments don't reflect the edited deal you have listed now ?


Yes. I have my own fault. I agree I could of worded it better, but didn't think it was problem :thumbsup:
#15
muckyangel
Thanks ordered for work on Mondays might even keep it going if its good.


Very nice stuff, but you just end up wishing there was more! (That or I'm just greedy lol)
#16
Used to use Graze. Stopped as I got it once a week and found £12 a month was too much.

Really good selection of food. Honety roasted cashews are amazing. With every box you get 4 codes to give to friends and they get a box free and next half price, you also get an extra £1 off your next box so its a good deal.

Great company, very customisable options with delivery etc, loads of variety of food.
#17
cookiemonster83
Very nice stuff, but you just end up wishing there was more! (That or I'm just greedy lol)


Well it is a graze box and not a binge box :-D

Maybe I will make that ... a binge box.

4 sections, one full of granulated sugar , one big mac, cake slice and one full of lard

Give the people what they want.
#18
Hmm still looks like the mods want to ignore the updates.
#19
Adam2050
Hmm still looks like the mods want to ignore the updates.


This is because they are idiots who can't tie there only shoe laces. (Absolutely no hate whatsoever)

Except Wedge and even he has his moments when it involve Jack Bauer.
[mod]#20
Adam
Once you sign up to this trial you get sent boxes weekly and they will deduct £2.99 per box (£1.49 next box) so you have to cancel your trial / membership don't you - otherwise you'll be bombarded with nuts and fruit. Am I reading this right?
why do you need my card details?
We only need your payment card now to verify your details for your free box. After that, we charge per box so there's no obligation to continue.
can I cancel at anytime?
Yes, you can cancel your boxes online anytime.
am I setting up a direct debit?
No, we only ever take payment one box at a time on the day before we send it – but with your promotion, your first box will be free.

#21
andywedge
Adam
Once you sign up to this trial you get sent boxes weekly and they will deduct £2.99 per box (£1.49 next box) so you have to cancel your trial / membership don't you - otherwise you'll be bombarded with nuts and fruit. Am I reading this right?



Yeah thats right. Although some people like to be bombarded with nuts.
[mod]#22
Adam2050
Hmm still looks like the mods want to ignore the updates.


Adam, as you have amended the details - I have moved this back to freebies (at least for now) - but I need to verify with Sigma and she isn't online at the moment
mr.potato_head
This is because they are idiots who can't tie there only shoe laces. (Absolutely no hate whatsoever)

Except Wedge and even he has his moments when it involve Jack Bauer.

Harsh that Potato
It's tough being a mod - really - and as we are human (mostly) we do make mistakes. Sigma was right to switch this to Misc at first as it was a Quidco based deal rather than a "Deal + potential Quidco"
Don't mention Bauer :)
#23
andywedge
Adam
Once you sign up to this trial you get sent boxes weekly and they will deduct £2.99 per box (£1.49 next box) so you have to cancel your trial / membership don't you - otherwise you'll be bombarded with nuts and fruit. Am I reading this right?



100% Correct.

So after receiving your first box you will not get further ones, so if you filled the corner of your cage that should be good for a couple of weeks, unless your owners empty your cage then you will need two portions.
#24
went to the website but it says now
your first box will cost £1.49

???? expired I suppose
#25
obernst
went to the website but it says now
your first box will cost £1.49

???? expired I suppose


Nope mine still works.

Just typed in [url]www.graze.com[/url] and on the right hand side.
#26
I did this couple of years ago for a free box then cancelled no problem. Have just signed up again and it seems to have accepted it ok. Thanks!
banned#27
these boxes are very yummy and I buy a few occasionally as a treat for hubby. £2.99 is quite a lot but a great treat once a week and since we work from home it's not like we go out for lunch.
#28
ty just ordered to try
#29
From the company's terms and conditions and it will have your bank details. This is not free since you have to buy a half price item. Delivery is not guaranteed next day. If you regularly find your post takes a few days to arrive items such as cut and peeled fruit may not last especially in hot weather.

7. Free or discounted offers

* 7.1 Free or discounted introductory offers are only available to new users of the Nature Delivered Ltd Service, except where expressly stated, previous users or trialists of Nature Delivered Ltd do not qualify for an additional special offer.
* 7.2 Free or discounted offers are available only once to any one person.
* 7.3 You must have internet access and valid payment details to redeem a free or discounted offer.
* 7.4 Upon registering for your free trial, your method of payment will be authorised for up to the cost of two boxes - to verify your identity, and to protect us from theft and fraud. Some banks or payment card companies may reflect this authorisation against your available balance or credit limit.
* 7.5 You will be charged the full price for boxes after your free or discounted offer. We will continue to bill you by your chosen payment method for the Nature Delivered Ltd service until you cancel scheduled boxes.

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