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i've just signed up to quidco and was wondering how much money i can earn for free, signing up for free trials etc. anything to get me some cash without buying things. Please help Read More
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9y, 6m agoPosted 9 years, 6 months ago
i've just signed up to quidco and was wondering how much money i can earn for free, signing up for free trials etc. anything to get me some cash without buying things.

Please help
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9y, 6m agoPosted 9 years, 6 months ago
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#1
I dunno about £30-50 maybe but it will take a while

http://www.quidco.com/entertainment/dvd-rentals/
#2
cheers, i don't mind it taking a while, have you done any of these trials?
#3
I've done the Blockbuster & Lovefilm one's without any problems :)
#4
guerilla
cheers, i don't mind it taking a while, have you done any of these trials?

Personally no as i always thought that A)id not cancel it in time and get charged
B)it wouldnt work
#5
You don't earn it for free.
You pay a £5 administration fee every year.
#6
dandoc2
Personally no as i always thought that A)id not cancel it in time and get charged
B)it wouldnt work


Same here!

If you are only joining to do the free stuff then I would wait until january, as you will be paying £5 for one month if you earn now - of course if you are planning on shopping online it will probably be worth it
#7
yeah i was pretty sure it was from the start date. just got a new phone and used quidco so i'm just looking at boosting my money a little bit
#8
dcx_badass
You pay £5 per year, from the date you sign up. NOT per calendar year.
Also you only pay £5 if you earn that much.


Oh right, I thought it was calendar year

I know you only pay if you earn it, but (if it was calendar year like I thought) he would of been paying £5 in december and then £5 in january if he started earning now

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