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Join the AA for £30.00 then get £21 cashback with quidco!

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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
Just noticed on the quidco website that if you join the AA on their roadside assistance package, they give you £21 cashback. This makes the deal worth a crazy £9
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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
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#1
Has been this sort of deal for years but a good reminder! :)
#2
did RAC with Fatcheese one year too :)
#3
Not a new offer been around for years.
#4
Great IF THEY PAY UP CASHBACK!.......Sorry cold 'cos they didn't!
#5
Sorry that it's not a new offer, didn't realise although hopefully will help people who have missed it before. Apparently they have sorted there quidco cashback now I've been reliably informed :)
#6
If you go to the who is covered section, it is only for cars under 10 years old, If you change it to cover yourself it jumps to £41.93

Edited By: oberlisc on Jan 07, 2011 13:53
#7
Probably best to ring them up if you're an existing member. Told them I had a better price (which is true) and they threw upgrades at me.
#8
Watch it they may not pay up the cashback
#9
veebeedeals
Watch it they may not pay up the cashback

what makes you say this? Has someone not received it in the past?
#10
atppkr
veebeedeals
Watch it they may not pay up the cashback


what makes you say this? Has someone not received it in the past?


Try reading some of the previous posts
#11
Cold from me I'm afraid, based on the fact they discriminate against cars over 10 years old!
#12
I did this in the summer, tracked and then declined. Reason they said conflicting cookies which was rubbish. So no payout. Happened to lots of people.
#13
cybersheep
Cold from me I'm afraid, based on the fact they discriminate against cars over 10 years old!


hows is it discriminating, on average older cars break down more, so cover should cost more!
#14
What a class deal. Heat added. Saved me a little bit of money. So I'm happy.
#15
Sounds like a good deal. Yesterday I bought the £28 membership with £2500 nectar points. Wish I'd known about this one yesterday.
#16
cybersheep
Cold from me I'm afraid, based on the fact they discriminate against cars over 10 years old!

Well you should not really be driving a car older than that anyway. I get a new car every three years and think that anything older than 10 years old should be scraped to be honest.
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cambourne03
cybersheep
Cold from me I'm afraid, based on the fact they discriminate against cars over 10 years old!
Well you should not really be driving a car older than that anyway. I get a new car every three years and think that anything older than 10 years old should be scraped to be honest.

What a ridiculous statement to make !

Your either very lucky in being able to afford a new car or your a receiver of a company car .

Either way get off your high horse .
#18
It's only a good deal if Quidco , or other cashback , gets paid .
#19
cambourne03
cybersheep
Cold from me I'm afraid, based on the fact they discriminate against cars over 10 years old!
Well you should not really be driving a car older than that anyway. I get a new car every three years and think that anything older than 10 years old should be scraped to be honest.

I'd rather keep my 20 year old 550bhp 300ZX thank you very much. I just love the fact it pumps about 350 g/km into the atmosphere too.

Edited By: Sir Charles on Jan 07, 2011 15:37
#20
RAC also offer cashback via Quidco so I tend to alternate them each year. Just remember to cancel before it automatically renews! This way you can get cashback annually and both AA and RAC have tracked and paid fine for me.
#21
What a silly reply, not everyone can do that
cambourne03
cybersheep
Cold from me I'm afraid, based on the fact they discriminate against cars over 10 years old!


Well you should not really be driving a car older than that anyway. I get a new car every three years and think that anything older than 10 years old should be scraped to be honest.
#22
Tallyho
cambourne03
cybersheep
Cold from me I'm afraid, based on the fact they discriminate against cars over 10 years old!
Well you should not really be driving a car older than that anyway. I get a new car every three years and think that anything older than 10 years old should be scraped to be honest.
What a ridiculous statement to make !Your either very lucky in being able to afford a new car or your a receiver of a company car .Either way get off your high horse .

And why is it ridculous statement to make. It is only a fact if you can only afford to drive a car that is older than 10 years old then you should not be driving. Most cars over 10 years old are a danger on the roads and should be scrapped in my opinion.

Edited By: cambourne03 on Jan 07, 2011 15:53
#23
Beware no cashback for me last time also
#24
Glad you posted! thanks
#25
AA denied my quidco claim so i called them to terminate and they ended up giving me the same in discount so ok in the end i suppose
suspended#26
has anybody got paid out by any cashback site?
[mod]#27
Moved to Misc as this is a quidco 'heads up'
#28
Please don't feed the trolls
#29
cambourne03
Tallyho
cambourne03
cybersheep
Cold from me I'm afraid, based on the fact they discriminate against cars over 10 years old!
Well you should not really be driving a car older than that anyway. I get a new car every three years and think that anything older than 10 years old should be scraped to be honest.
What a ridiculous statement to make !Your either very lucky in being able to afford a new car or your a receiver of a company car .Either way get off your high horse .


And why is it ridculous statement to make. It is only a fact if you can only afford to drive a car that is older than 10 years old then you should not be driving. Most cars over 10 years old are a danger on the roads and should be scrapped in my opinion.

Why are older cars such a danger? Cars made in 2000 were generally pretty safe and not ticking time bombs. Would be nice to have the surplus cash to buy a new car every 3 years.
#30
Sir Charles
cambourne03
cybersheep
Cold from me I'm afraid, based on the fact they discriminate against cars over 10 years old!
Well you should not really be driving a car older than that anyway. I get a new car every three years and think that anything older than 10 years old should be scraped to be honest.


I'd rather keep my 20 year old 550bhp 300ZX thank you very much. I just love the fact it pumps about 350 g/km into the atmosphere too.


Most cars made this millennium are dull and uninspiring. I'd rather have a car at least 15 years old - they have character... and if you look after them, they break down less often than most modern cars. And if they do break down you can usually fix them at the roadside thanks to their simplicity rather than having to have them towed away and get ripped off by main dealer prices.
#31
cambourne03
Tallyho
cambourne03
cybersheep
Cold from me I'm afraid, based on the fact they discriminate against cars over 10 years old!
Well you should not really be driving a car older than that anyway. I get a new car every three years and think that anything older than 10 years old should be scraped to be honest.
What a ridiculous statement to make !Your either very lucky in being able to afford a new car or your a receiver of a company car .Either way get off your high horse .
And why is it ridculous statement to make. It is only a fact if you can only afford to drive a car that is older than 10 years old then you should not be driving. Most cars over 10 years old are a danger on the roads and should be scrapped in my opinion.

Your obviously an imbecile & a snob rolled into one , your talking through your backside , go drive your shiny new car elsewere .

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