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Which would you say is best? Would Quidco be a safe bet with regarsd to the most they pay and the number of companies you can get it from? i only really want to be usiing one so all my cash back buil… Read More
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
Which would you say is best? Would Quidco be a safe bet with regarsd to the most they pay and the number of companies you can get it from?
i only really want to be usiing one so all my cash back builds up in one place......
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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#1
Quidco is the one I mostly use,but I use Nectar ( Amazon are on Nectar ) and GreasyPalm too as I book Travelodge and buy at Boots.com through it.
#2
I've used both Quidco and Topcashback and I find Quidco tracked my purchases better than TCB.
#3
quidco doesn't have all companies on their books, as above, some only go with certain sites, i use 3 different sites so to grt cashback from other sites that quidco doesn't offer or the other site has a better offer

quidco is your best bet as most people here use it, and will be abnle to advise you on anything, i have never had a problem with quidco but some of the other sites can be a nightmare
#4
topcashback or cashbackkings.
#5
TCB for me, except for where Quidco offers enough extra cashback that it justifies the £5 annual admin fee.
#6
Thanks - think ill stick with Quidco - just logged in a found i had £25 from just signing up for a Gala bingo acount - didnt even have to deposit any money!
isnt there a site around that tells you where to get more cracking deals like this?
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free money via quidco http://hotukdeals.com/item/319127/no-spend-little-spends-on-quidco-ot/

many are free trials so remember to cancel the trial or you may get charged
#8
dxx
TCB for me, except for where Quidco offers enough extra cashback that it justifies the £5 annual admin fee.


tcb will match quidco won't they?
banned#9
I always check here to see who is paying the most and use that.

http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/shopping/cashback-sites-comparison/
#10
faevilangel
free money via quidco http://hotukdeals.com/item/319127/no-spend-little-spends-on-quidco-ot/

many are free trials so remember to cancel the trial or you may get charged


Perfect cheers - will do all of these - was sure i used to be subscribed to an email that senrts of any new ones - will try and find it and let you know if i do!!
#11
tanzc69
Perfect cheers - will do all of these - was sure i used to be subscribed to an email that senrts of any new ones - will try and find it and let you know if i do!!


try the mse link in the post above yours. :thumbsup:
#12
faevilangel
try the mse link in the post above yours. :thumbsup:


Thanks - rep for youuuuu!! :thumbsup:
#13
:thumbsup: quidco for me..great for car insurance..home insurance..breakdown cover ..holidays.. flights... hmv.. play.com...ebay...and many many more
#14
Benjimoron
tcb will match quidco won't they?


Usually. I think O2 Broadband has occasionally run some promotions where Quidco has had more than TCB, and iirc, eBay pays 60% on Quidco compared to TCB's 40%. Affiliate tariffs sometimes depnd on the number of sales generated, with more money being given to companies who can generate more sales. S'like Amazon, who'll give from about 3% to 7% depending on how much revenue a site generates.
[mod]#15
Topcashback is for me a winner. Although, I did get about £150 from Wepromiseto.
#16
quido for me too. used topcashback once and he item didn't track and messaged them and got no reply......will not sure them again!
#17
Quidco seems to be a lot better in chasing up companies for untracked items...they've resolved nearly all of my nontrackings, whereas there's about 5 ongoing through Topcashback for several months. :roll:

I use Topcashback anyway, as they cover some of the companies that aren't with Quidco and it's free anyway, so why not?
#18
I heart Quidco.
banned#19
Mr Weasle;5495540
:thumbsup: quidco for me..great for car insurance..home insurance..breakdown cover ..holidays.. flights... hmv.. play.com...ebay...and many many more

but I find it generally pays some of the lowest percentages compared to others
#20
csiman
but I find it generally pays some of the lowest percentages compared to others


I thought quidco were generally the highest on nearly everything?
banned#21
Benjimoron;5496858
I thought quidco were generally the highest on nearly everything?

I just picked 20 well known sites from here and quidco didnt pay anything on about 25% of them whereas other sites did

e.g. british gas homecare, 7 day shop

always best to check here as most people seem to think that if it isnt on quidco, then they cant get cashback.

http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/shopping/cashback-sites-comparison/providers/#content

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