3% Cashback on things you Buy OFFLINE at superdrug, JJB, Halfords, Little chef and Cineworld - HotUKDeals
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3% Cashback on things you Buy OFFLINE at superdrug, JJB, Halfords, Little chef and Cineworld

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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
If, like me, you don't buy things JUST on the internet, and occasionally have the misfortune of meeting the 12-year-old behind the counter at one of these shops, then this gives some light relief. I went to Halfords the other day to get some bits for my car;

Stereo - £40
Air Freshener - £2

And for my bike
2x new tyres - £18
GT85 - £4
New saddle - £12


I also went to Superdrug for some bits and bobs which totaled £22.

Total price: £98

I now have just under £3 in my account. Not much I know but more than some online quidco retailers. Will be especially helpful if you buy large stuff from Halford etc :) Every little helps - to quote a little known supermarket :)

Oh and I'm sorry if this is in COMPLETELY the wrong place. I'm a little dim sometimes :)
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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#1
OK ...........sssssssssooooooooooooo you went shopping and now have £3 left ??? :?. Have I missed something:? :?
#2
big-boy
OK ...........sssssssssooooooooooooo you went shopping and now have £3 left ??? :?. Have I missed something:? :?


They mean that they got £3 cashback through http://www.wepromiseto.co.uk . You register your credit/debit card with them and they track purchases you make at selected retailers and give you 3% cashback.
#3
Oh yes - I really want some website knowing every time I use my card and where I used it.

:?
[admin]#4
Moved to misc :) Cashback is not guaranteed and therefore doesn't constitute a deal.
#5
Lots of other sites offering this too...
How on earth do they persuade the card companies?
#6
This is so dodgy !!!
#7
Well it's worked for me

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