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Ebay plus points?

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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
Anyone else been signed up to this on the trial?

you get a point for every £1 spent and then quarterly (July is first one) you get a discount voucher of your next purchase.

Anyone know the ratio of £1 spent to money off? etc

what do you lot think

I've signed on basis I buy quite a lot of stuff so "somethings better than nothing" although Ebay seem to be scraping that barrel ever lower. Seems it isn't what it once was with free sites like fo.lk the future me hopes
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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#1
To get £1 you need to obtain 100 points, a bit like tesco clubcard points really.
#2
I have had this for around 6 months or so, £1 a point and 1p a Point to spend. But half the time, they do offers, so get double points etc.
#3
waste of time then lol
I'll have to continue messing my "Quidco" ebay purchases up so I get 40% of the item price back (rather than the 40% of fees)

Can't believe they've not sussed that trick yet lol.
#4
dodgymix;8371037
waste of time then lol
I'll have to continue messing my "Quidco" ebay purchases up so I get 40% of the item price back (rather than the 40% of fees)

Can't believe they've not sussed that trick yet lol.


Care to explain a bit more on that?:thumbsup:
#5
Spriggan
Care to explain a bit more on that?:thumbsup:


+1 :thumbsup:
#6
Spriggan
Care to explain a bit more on that?:thumbsup:


If you go through quidco to ebay and then close the window, open up a fresh window and pay for your item on ebay.
You then wait a fortnight or whatever the time is you have to wait and then put a clain into quidco for the ebay transaction as not tracked.

It will then track at 40% of the item price. about 50% of the time they pay you 40% of the item price rather than the 40% of fees

got loads last year..
In Dec alone I got £12.00 back on a £24 purchase. £4.5 on a £9 purchase and £4 on an £8 purchase whenc they were doing 50%

Jan and Feb paid out 40% on loads of small items ( i'd gone mad buying dvds for £2/3 a go)
banned#7
dodgymix
If you go through quidco to ebay and then close the window, open up a fresh window and pay for your item on ebay.
You then wait a fortnight or whatever the time is you have to wait and then put a clain into quidco for the ebay transaction as not tracked.

It will then track at 40% of the item price. about 50% of the time they pay you 40% of the item price rather than the 40% of fees

got loads last year..
In Dec alone I got £12.00 back on a £24 purchase. £4.5 on a £9 purchase and £4 on an £8 purchase whenc they were doing 50%

Jan and Feb paid out 40% on loads of small items ( i'd gone mad buying dvds for £2/3 a go)


wonders if admin still reads the boards - lol
#8
Carley
careful what you say on here, HUKD = Quidco

(PM me :thumbsup:)



Its Ebay that pays it. they mustn't check what is tracked
banned#9
Do you get anything for selling?

My instincts say not.. as ebay is all about the buyers,.
1 Like #10
Hamm
Do you get anything for selling?

My instincts say not.. as ebay is all about the buyers,.


Nail on head lol:thumbsup:
#11
Ebay Plus Points rule:thumbsup: I have earned a very very nice sum out them, I also keep an eye out for the bargains, and 1p items, then resell them and make even more money. Bit of a pain when it comes to doing my accounts but the return is definitely worth it..

Hamm
Do you get anything for selling?

My instincts say not.. as ebay is all about the buyers,.


Sell right and enough and you get discounts too. Ebay points like Tesco CC points are only worth something if you have a fair few of them otherwise 10 or 20p isn't really something to celebrate about
#12
dodgymix
If you go through quidco to ebay and then close the window, open up a fresh window and pay for your item on ebay.
You then wait a fortnight or whatever the time is you have to wait and then put a clain into quidco for the ebay transaction as not tracked.

It will then track at 40% of the item price. about 50% of the time they pay you 40% of the item price rather than the 40% of fees

got loads last year..
In Dec alone I got £12.00 back on a £24 purchase. £4.5 on a £9 purchase and £4 on an £8 purchase whenc they were doing 50%

Jan and Feb paid out 40% on loads of small items ( i'd gone mad buying dvds for £2/3 a go)


Quality worth a try!:thumbsup:
#13
Thanks for explaining dodgymix! Rep for you.
#14
How do i get an invitation to participate ?????
#15
ScRiVs
How do i get an invitation to participate ?????


You don't ,it's luck of the draw.
#16
Which I'd known about the ebay scam, just spent £600 on ebay, got £14 ish in quidco, would have preferred circa £300!!!
#17
Hi,

In answer to the query on here, yes, Quidco still posts on HUKD and MSE etc. We monitor earnings enquiries very closely on our site to protect the deals for all of our members. If what dodgymix says was true, we would be very concerned. As it is, although transactions for eBay may validate at a higher amount, they will very rarely pay out at that amount.

We have terms and conditions to prevent misuse and abuse of the deals and merchants on our site. They are there for a reason and anyone deliberately flaunting these could have their membership cancelled.

Kind regards,
Julie Wells,
QuidCare Quality Manager
#18
thats soooo annoying i've spent around £2000 on ebay over the last 4-5 months, wish i coulda joined this
#19
I think dodgymix's loophole will be closed very soon or watched for abuse from now on.
banned#20
maybe someone could take the time out to monitor the thread set up on here for quidco enquiries too http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/68954/quidco-anything-and-everything?page=84


Quidco
Hi,

In answer to the query on here, yes, Quidco still posts on HUKD and MSE etc. We monitor earnings enquiries very closely on our site to protect the deals for all of our members. If what dodgymix says was true, we would be very concerned. As it is, although transactions for eBay may validate at a higher amount, they will very rarely pay out at that amount.

We have terms and conditions to prevent misuse and abuse of the deals and merchants on our site. They are there for a reason and anyone deliberately flaunting these could have their membership cancelled.

Kind regards,
Julie Wells,
QuidCare Quality Manager
#21
sassie
maybe someone could take the time out to monitor the thread set up on here for quidco enquiries too http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/68954/quidco-anything-and-everything?page=84


If you check Quidco's posts they have actually commented on that thread so i guess they will be monitoring it
#22
simplyjimbo;8371792
If you check Quidco's posts they have actually commented on that thread so i guess they will be monitoring it


Not since March last year!
banned#23
simplyjimbo
If you check Quidco's posts they have actually commented on that thread so i guess they will be monitoring it


Spriggan
Not since March last year!


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ what they said
1 Like #24
Well done Dodgymix! Not!!!!
#25
Spriggan
Not since March last year!


They may not have commented since March lets just hope they have been watching from the sidelines, if they haven't well I'll let you insert the words to describe them and :-D
#26
Anyone got any idea when the next eBay plus points bonus week/weekend might be? I'm about to spend £170BIN on something and it would be great to get 3x or 4x the points.
#27
I spent £179.99 on a tv, went through quidco and tracked at a messly £2.04, anyway yesterday its dropped to 1p, i messaged quidco who reasures me £2.04 will be what i get.
#28
dodgymix
If you go through quidco to ebay and then close the window, open up a fresh window and pay for your item on ebay.

It will then track at 40% of the item price. about 50% of the time they pay you 40% of the item price rather than the 40% of fees

In Dec alone I got £12.00 back on a £24 purchase. £4.5 on a £9 purchase and £4 on an £8 purchase whenc they were doing 50%

go)


You have been lucky. I had the same when it came to tracking after enquiry buy they only paid the 40% if not less:x
#29
Hi,

Thanks for the link to the other thread. I will certainly read and post from now on. In fact I've started today! Happy to answer general queries but for individual questions about specific enquiries please don't stop raising tickets, which will be responded to within 24 hours.

I hope you all have a good weekend.

Kind regards,
Jules

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