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AA Roadside Breakdown Cover @ Quidco £9.00 for the year after Cashback. £28 before any cashback

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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
The AA has a very good track record with Quidco for making payments to customers joining them so expect the cashback with confidence. The Roadside Assistance cover is the very basic level of cover, it provides 24/7 roadside assistance in the UK providing you are a quarter of a mile or more from home. Cover is available for cars, motorbikes, caravans, small vans, taxis, and minibuses. If your car can't be fixed at the roadside they will take you to the nearest suitable garage. The cost for this is £28 but after getting your £19 cashback this = £9 for 12 months cover! If interested be quick the offer ends 31 JULY.

There are various levels of cover at the AA via Quidco, worth a browse if you want a better level of cover with a nice chunk of money back.
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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
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#1
AA or RAC for service... hmm...
#2
I have always thought 'Home start' is an important option ... but this works out at £72.45 (before Quidco)
#3
Why would you go for this "offer"? On the Quidco site it states you get £21 cashback on policies up to £75. Basic cover is £28, so would only cost you £7 after cashback, instead of this "offer" of £9!
#4
I never got paid the last time I went with them via quidco.
#5
scrooge
I never got paid the last time I went with them via quidco.

Very suprised to read that, I took out a high level policy a short while back offering £50 money back, tracked and paid up no problems. The Quidco site give's very favourable stats for the AA, sounds like you have been very unlucky there.
#6
scrooge
I never got paid the last time I went with them via quidco.

I logged a cashback query when I never got mine originally but I've got my ££ now :)
1 Like #7
I have used RAC, AA and Greenflag over the years and have wasted a fortune. Rescuemycar covers a car for home start and relay (take passengers and vehicle home, or to their preferred destination) for £32.40 (also 20% cashback through quidco). They work very similar to Green Flag using independant garages.

Claim response times of less than 40 minutes.

AA equivalent is £99
#8
better deal is topcashback after cashback cover is £5 a year for basic cover,I can give you a referral if interested,let me know
#9
sabreliner
geco78
Why would you go for this "offer"? On the Quidco site it states you get £21 cashback on policies up to £75. Basic cover is £28, so would only cost you £7 after cashback, instead of this "offer" of £9!


Well yes but there is also no link provided below stating you will get £21 so it would be a bit remiss of me to post the deal on the basis of that, however if it turns out you get £21 then all the better! All the more reason to have a go I would say, if you do end up getting £19 back £9 is still a great deal for 12 months basic cover.


I think you missed the point. The normal cashback is better than the deal that is on offer. Therfore, it would be better to wait till this deal expires and use the normal cashback for a better saving
#10
I understood the point you made and yes you might be right about waiting for this deal to expire, personally I am banking on the fact that the £21 offer is an error on someones part. All of this aside are we really seriously splitting hair's about whether £9 or £7 is the difference between a good deal or a bad deal?

Edited By: sabreliner on Jul 30, 2010 10:43: edit
#11
Aa breakdown cover £19 cashback and £20 boots voucher!

ok so i should have told you all about this ages ago. doing it this way you wont get the breakdown cover at £28 but £35 (however the £28 offer only runs until 31st july) basically

go via quidco or topcashback to the theaa.com website and change the link so it says http://www.theaa.com/boots

not only will you get your cashaback you will also get a £20 boots voucher meaning you are £4 in profit - I done it months ago and it works!
#12
marko4ever24
Aa breakdown cover £19 cashback and £20 boots voucher! ok so i should have told you all about this ages ago. doing it this way you wont get the breakdown cover at £28 but £35 (however the £28 offer only runs until 31st july) basically go via quidco or topcashback to the theaa.com website and change the link so it says http://www.theaa.com/boots not only will you get your cashaback you will also get a £20 boots voucher meaning you are £4 in profit - I done it months ago and it works!

Great post my friend, if that works it's a no brainer.
1 Like #13
marko4ever24
Aa breakdown cover £19 cashback and £20 boots voucher!

ok so i should have told you all about this ages ago. doing it this way you wont get the breakdown cover at £28 but £35 (however the £28 offer only runs until 31st july) basically

go via quidco or topcashback to the theaa.com website and change the link so it says http://www.theaa.com/boots

not only will you get your cashaback you will also get a £20 boots voucher meaning you are £4 in profit - I done it months ago and it works!


But surley it wont track if you change the link which quidco sends you to ??
#14
I reckon that as well....worst scenario...you don't get the cashback either....
#15
Autoaid is also a good one. If your ok with paying for the service and claiming it back
#16
these options were for long from AA and RAC
but without home start.. its not good at all
#17
not bad
#18
jrob01
I have used RAC, AA and Greenflag over the years and have wasted a fortune. Rescuemycar covers a car for home start and relay (take passengers and vehicle home, or to their preferred destination) for £32.40 (also 20% cashback through quidco). They work very similar to Green Flag using independant garages.Claim response times of less than 40 minutes. AA equivalent is £99
sounds good.. however 'rescuemycar' is not listed on Quidco for 20% CB.. or is it total rescue?
#19
I too received both the Boots vouchers and the cashback - these deals have been around for a long time already; it's up to you whether to believe or not!
#20
Anyone ever had any issues cancelling their auto-renewal from the AA and then immediately taking a new deal with them via quidco. My AA cover is up for renewal this week.
#21
jrob01
I have used RAC, AA and Greenflag over the years and have wasted a fortune. Rescuemycar covers a car for home start and relay (take passengers and vehicle home, or to their preferred destination) for £32.40 (also 20% cashback through quidco). They work very similar to Green Flag using independant garages.Claim response times of less than 40 minutes. AA equivalent is £99

Have you used rescuemycar? and is it any good?, anyone else got a review for them?
1 Like #22
Flake99
Anyone ever had any issues cancelling their auto-renewal from the AA and then immediately taking a new deal with them via quidco. My AA cover is up for renewal this week.

Im in the same position and I've never had a problem in the past.
#23
scrooge
I never got paid the last time I went with them via quidco.


+1 :(
#24
My payment was tracked when I purchased AA last October - £19 -only out for payment this month. I wrote many emails etc. but quidco blamed AA. At least I should get it at last, maybe I was unlucky.
#25
scrooge
I never got paid the last time I went with them via quidco.

me neither, query failed too missed out on £50
#26
Foxy102
Flake99
Anyone ever had any issues cancelling their auto-renewal from the AA and then immediately taking a new deal with them via quidco. My AA cover is up for renewal this week.
Im in the same position and I've never had a problem in the past.
thats what I did
#27
i always want towing home (ie to any uk address)
The only one to do this is rescuemycar.com
comprehensive is £29.95 less 20% back through topcashback
Hope this helps anyone who is looking for this option
Pete
#28
why is everybody ignoring my deal,I use topcashback and never had a problem AA for £5 a year has to be a bargain!!!!
#29
Don't even bother if you want the cashback quick with no hassle. Absolute nightmare with quidco, took me TEN MONTHS to get mine after about 20 emails and numerous excuses. Go with RAC as you'll probably get your cashback quicker and works out cheaper for the year. Won't use the AA ever again.
#30
Excuse the ignorance - Never had roadside cover, but seem to be driving around a lot more these days so isn't a bad idea. Some questions:

- Can you call them to change your tyre on a cold and wet evening on the motorway?
- Other problems: What do they charge for repairing the car if they can fix it? I assume they wouldn't fix it for free, lol.
- If they can't fix it themselves by the roadside, can you just get towed home and use your own mechanic rather than one they appoint to fix for you 'promptly'?

Cheers

Edited By: RudeYute on Jul 30, 2010 18:06: Additional Q
#31
I usually swap between AA & RAC each year but took 11 months for quidco to pay out this time....
#32
quarryfied
Don't even bother if you want the cashback quick with no hassle. Absolute nightmare with quidco, took me TEN MONTHS to get mine after about 20 emails and numerous excuses. Go with RAC as you'll probably get your cashback quicker and works out cheaper for the year. Won't use the AA ever again.
Same here, exactly TEN MONTHS to get cashback. I'd almost given up on getting the cash.

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