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QuidCo INSTORE CASHBACK + SIGN UP TODAY AND THEIR IN-STORE PARTNERS WILL DONATE 50p to Haiti Relief

pxavier Avatar
6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
HAITI APPEAL. SIGN UP TODAY AND OUR IN-STORE PARTNERS WILL DONATE 50p to Haiti Relief for every new registrant - and it's free - so sign up today and make a small but important difference to this tragedy.

How it works
Wouldn't it be great to walk into a real store - on the high street - and earn Quidco cashback?
Thanks to blood, sweat and a fair few tears, the retail team at Quidco have made it possible - and it couldn't be easier, with no special codes needed! Soon your Quidco account will be bursting with cashback from shopping in-store.

Register
Safely register your debit and credit cards here

Shop
Shop in-store with our offline retailers, using your registered cards

Cashback
Earn cashback direct to your Quidco account

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Sports Direct
Dorothy Perkins
Halfords
Little chef
Cineworld
With More To Come
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pxavier Avatar
6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
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#1
Looks good, don't move it to misc mods. Done it, thanks for posting.

http://www.quidco.com/blog/?p=383

"50p donation to the Haiti appeal for every in-store registration
January 15th, 2010

As you will have seen on the news, Haiti is facing a dire humanitarian situation following the devastating earthquake on the 12th of January. There are currently many problems with help getting through, but aid organisations will need as much assistance as possible over the coming few days. Here at Quidco we've been thinking about ways to help our Quidco members to help.

Quidco have been offered 50p for the first card registered by each member to in-store cashback for the next two weeks and are sending this money directly to the Haiti Earthquake Children's Appeal. There is more info on UNICEF and the appeal here.

How does in-store cashback work? It's simple! Register your card securely with Quidco, shop in-store at selected retailers and earn cashback on your purchases.

In addition, you can donate some or all of the cashback from your Earnings to the Disasters Emergency Committee using the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal fundraiser page. Just click on the Donate link and enter the amount you would like to send on. Your donation will then be sent on from your received cashback in the next donations payment run.

There is more info on the DEC and how to donate directly to the Haiti appeal here.

Thanks

Quidco"
#2
could be good, depends if they get more shops involved, a bit limited at the moment.
#3
devil_tez
could be good, depends if they get more shops involved, a bit limited at the moment.


The point of it is to get them to donate 50p to the charity. The service may well be better in the future but it only takes 30 seconds of your time to sign up to help people who really need it.
#4
Benjimoron
The point of it is to get them to donate 50p to the charity. The service may well be better in the future but it only takes 30 seconds of your time to sign up to help people who really need it.


Or, you could donate directly!

Hopefully Topcashback will match the instore cashback. I don't like Quidco. They're slow and unreliable with payments.
#5
brilliant. well done quidco!
#6
pet2000
Or, you could donate directly!

[COLOR="Red"]Of course, but this doesn't cost anything other then 30 seconds of your time, it should be in addition to however else you're helping.[/COLOR]

Hopefully Topcashback will match the instore cashback. I don't like Quidco. They're slow and unreliable with payments.

[COLOR="red"]Agreed.[/COLOR]
#7
Topcashback are dodgy and don't pay out as good as quidco
#8
pet2000
Or, you could donate directly!

Hopefully Topcashback will match the instore cashback. I don't like Quidco. They're slow and unreliable with payments.


I have nothing but praise for Quidco, get paid regularly, only problem is sometimes I forget to go through them to buy. Regular ebay buyers would also benefit with every item bought
#9
I've used my card in store twice since registering it a month or so ago. Once in Sports Direct for about £50 and once in Halfords for £370 - neither of them have tracked!
#10
Jumping on the bandwagon.........disgusting.....voted cold :x
1 Like #11
EXPIRED - Quidco deals NOT ALLOWED
#12
Hiroki
Shame quidco is dodgy as ****!

Don't see why these companies can't just donate directly if they wanted to.


Well this is a win win situation, they get more customers registered whilst we get them to donate 50p to charity.
1 Like #13
bilbo
Topcashback are dodgy and don't pay out as good as quidco


I have to disagree.

50p for a new customer. Shocking behaviour quidco! :x
#14
Ha, love it. Only in this glorious nation of ours would people moan about companies that give you free money!!!!
banned 1 Like #15
Wonder why they couldnt make it a pound....

Aren't you better off donating 50p with gift aid direct as this will make it more?
banned#16
> so sign up today and make a small but important difference to this tragedy.

If it's small, what actual difference will it make? Most of the aid is still being held up. A tin of beans will make no difference.
#17
JustifiedAncient
Wonder why they couldnt make it a pound....

Aren't you better off donating 50p with gift aid direct as this will make it more?


Well this isn't costing you anything, so it's even better than that!

You should of course do gift aid for any money you donate if you can.
#18
JustifiedAncient
Wonder why they couldnt make it a pound....

Aren't you better off donating 50p with gift aid direct as this will make it more?
Better would be to donate 50p yourself, plus sign up for this. :thumbsup:
#19
Quidco instore?!

*faints*
1 Like #20
Cashback For Looting ?
#21
fuzzydunlop
Cashback For Looting ?


lol, this is not PC.
#22
Top deal - simple as you like and will of course promote the Haiti Appeal.

Also if you want to donate to the DEC Haiti appeal - you can do so here:

http://www.dec.org.uk/

https://www.donate.bt.com/dec_form_haiti.html - direct dec donation page.
#23
shane8960
I've used my card in store twice since registering it a month or so ago. Once in Sports Direct for about £50 and once in Halfords for £370 - neither of them have tracked!


Same experience here, registered my card about 4 weeks ago and 3 weeks ago paid by card in SPortsDirect, hasn't tracked.

But definitely worth signing up today!
#24
I've had the same experience, registered my cards before Christmas, spent loads in Sports Direct and Cineworld and have not seent the results-no tracking whatsoever
#25
Heat added!
#26
plap
Same experience here, registered my card about 4 weeks ago and 3 weeks ago paid by card in SPortsDirect, hasn't tracked.

But definitely worth signing up today!


My halfords purchase has tracked. Only 11p but proves concept is working, for Halfords at least.
1 Like #27
Quidco deals aren't allowed on here.
Interesting that a Mod keeps unexpiring it.

Do as I say, not as I do
#28
awsome deal! A good percentage too. Also this way I don't needed to remember to go through quidco! Happy times!
#29
bilbo
Topcashback are dodgy and don't pay out as good as quidco


Nonsense - i have never been refused by Topcashback - Quidco are always refusing to pay.

They pay more too with top ups

Customer service is great - quidco are not.
#30
Isn't the guy that owns HUKD the same person that owns Quidco? Anyway, I went to cineworld trice over christmas using my card and completely forgot that I had signed up for this. Anyway both tracked which is good to get a little back from the extortionate prices they charge :)
#31
done
thank you
#32
twice :)
#33
im already registered. what now
#34
Quidco revamp = the worst change made to any website ever.
1 Like #35
Voting cold and here is why;

I heard from a very reliable source the HUKD and Quidco are owned by the same company.

I wonder how much of the £5 annual subscription QuidUKDeals are donating?

Bandwagon. Most certainly. I wonder if they will do this for all transactions and do permanent donation or will this last as long as the it's headline news?

Plenty of hungry and homeless on the UK streets that could do with a square meal.

Charity begin at home

" February 2008:
http://www.netimperative.com/news/20...-xmas-shoppers

The article says "Online cashback cooperative Quidco has announced it has paid out more
than £2.7million to its members in November and December - the highest
ever payout to its consumers over the festive period." This adds up to about £1.35 million per month paid to members in the busiest months, or a maximum of £16.2 million paid to members in 2007".

From the quico site

Member earnings yesterday £53,547.04
Quidco membership now 734,672

734,672 x £5 = £3,673,360 in subscription fees alone per year!

Retailers hit by recession? Why don't they just give the money out of their profits and keep quiet about it rather than profit out of people in need.


**** Go to those shops and buy penny sweets ****
#36
JIM1973ANDREWS
Voting cold and here is why;

I heard from a very reliable source the HUKD and Quidco are owned by the same company.

I wonder how much of the £5 annual subscription QuidUKDeals are donating?

Bandwagon. Most certainly. I wonder if they will do this for all transactions and do permanent donation or will this last as long as the it's headline news?

Plenty of hungry and homeless on the UK streets that could do with a square meal.

Charity begin at home

" February 2008:
http://www.netimperative.com/news/20...-xmas-shoppers

The article says "Online cashback cooperative Quidco has announced it has paid out more
than £2.7million to its members in November and December - the highest
ever payout to its consumers over the festive period." This adds up to about £1.35 million per month paid to members in the busiest months, or a maximum of £16.2 million paid to members in 2007".

From the quico site

Member earnings yesterday £53,547.04
Quidco membership now 734,672

734,672 x £5 = £3,673,360 in subscription fees alone per year!

Retailers hit by recession? Why don't they just give the money out of their profits and keep quiet about it rather than profit out of people in need.


**** Go to those shops and buy penny sweets ****


intresting
#37
#38
shane8960
I've used my card in store twice since registering it a month or so ago. Once in Sports Direct for about £50 and once in Halfords for £370 - neither of them have tracked!


I've had no transactions track from in-store transactions either, and that was Halfords also :(

BFM
#39
Bandwagon or not, it's 50p going to charity for every registrant. They didn't have to do that.
#40
I wish I had so much fuss every time I give 50 pence to charity.

They didn't need to make a song and dance about it either and they are profiteering from the plight of others.

Can I have your credit card details please? I'll give a stranger 50 pence in return. Don't worry. A tiny fraction of everything I make off your back will go to a needy cause once the admin fee is covered.

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