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Recommendation of websites that you are a member of that can be beneficial to others

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9y, 10m agoPosted 9 years, 10 months ago
After seeing someones post about becoming a member of a website called http://www.theapplausestore.co.uk in order to get free audience tickets to TV shows, i thought it would be beneficial to everyone if you would let everyone know of websites or clubs that you're aware of to get anything free or ways of benefitting others.

This can include anything that you recommend such as Quidco, competition sites, free stuff, marketing tips etc.
I literally want you to inform us of anything that you feel can benefit someone else and some tips would be great too.
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9y, 10m agoPosted 9 years, 10 months ago
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1 Like #1
I'll get the ball rolling :)

One website that has saved me loads of money is called [url]www.toptable.co.uk[/url] which allows you to book a restaurant at your chosen time, provides you with all the info you need such as dress code, reviews, interior etc and on top of that, they provide you with some of the best exclusive offers in 1000's of restaurants in the UK.

Not only that but every time you use Toptable and you provide a review (star ratings is acceptable but you can write a brief review if you want) they'll give you points which you can then use to receive free meals at selective restaurants.

I've been using Toptable for around a year now and it's been great, literally saved me many £100's and had a great time knowing the best places to take my gf.

Hope that helps everyone that likes going out for a cheap meal or even luxurious restaurants.
#2
realfriendlyman
After seeing someones post about becoming a member of a website called [url]www.theapplausestore.co.uk[/url] in order to get free audience tickets to TV shows,


A similar organisation is [url]www.beonscreen.com/uk[/url] ...

From that I, and my other half, got about 7 minutes (1/3 of a 30 minute programme) on screen on BBC2 earlier this year!
#3
Thanks for the tip mate, there seems to be quite a few new shows on there that could benefit :)

Can other people show some tips as well for sites they think could be beneficial to others :thumbsup:
#4
swapitshop.com for kids - get virtual currency for playing safe internet games, looking at toy advertisers websites, reading certain magasines and selling your old junk, and use points to buy new toys/games etc.
All escrow based ; you send your swap to them and they send it on so noone sees your details.
#5
Another site for free samples, competitions etc is.....[url]www.freebielist.com[/url]
#6
[url]www.netfreestuff.co.uk[/url] prety much whats on there gets posted here anyway but may be something thats missed :) [url]www.freestuffjunction.co.uk[/url] [url]www.ukfreestuff.net[/url] [url]www.freebiesiteuk.co.uk[/url]

please note, ive not looked into these fully, so if they are crap im sorry! lol
#7
you only have to google 'free stuff uk' or similar and you get pages od them...
#8
[url]www.gumtree.co.uk[/url] is a good site, not only does it have a trade section but also a 'free' section where people advertise items they no longer want, as does freecycle (covered in its own thread in the freebies forum)
#9
Sorry already posted this separately before I noticed this thread - http://www.givememore.co.uk

It's for cashback comparisons to make sure you get the best deal :)

Hope it helps someone.
1 Like #10
Here's a good one. Getting paid for doing surveys...

http://gb.lightspeedpanel.com/index.html
#11
[url]www.freefivers.co.uk[/url] >> cashback site, not as good % as quidco apparently, but does offer freebies too
#12
Any others?
#13
I know there's many more sites that people know of.
#14
great stuf - thanks
#15
nice post realfriendlyman
Not a money saving site, but a good one for people who need tax help:
http://www.taxationweb.co.uk/

and for questions go to:
http://www.taxationweb.co.uk/forum/
#16
I used to use this site a lot before i discovered HotDeals ..http://forums.paidlinks.co.uk/index.php

It used to be called 'pir8forums' and was the first freebie site i discovered , it seems to have changed names and there doesn't seem to be as many members but you never know some1 might find it useful. I had a few bargains on there the bloke who I think runs it is called

sidabm, think he might get paid through the links (hence the above link!) I dunno how it works but theres loads of vouchers n freebies on there like on here!! HTH some1 !
1 Like #17
I just got my first £16 amazon voucher through from www.mediatransfer.com - an online marketing research company. Might be useful to some!
#18
think thats similar to lightspeed, i just signed up for mediatransfer so fingers crossed!
#19
Thanks emma i'll give that a bash too !
#20
I'm a member of the following 2 "scanning" sites, Shopandscan and I-Scan.

Basically all you have to do for Shopandscan is to scan everything you buy and for I-Scan is to scan any food you buy and eat away from the home (sweets, sandwiches etc), then upload the information to them on a weekly basis.

For doing this, you receive points, which you can then redeem for gifts or vouchers. I've received a blow up mattress (dont ask!!) so far and have been scanning for less than a year. In my eyes it's something for nothing, as it only takes a few minutes to scan then upload.

Another site I use is Ipoints, which is similar to Quidco, but you get points instead of cashback. You can then purchase vouchers for various shops.
#22
my kids love playing [url]www.runescape.com[/url] , its free for a basic account, £3.20 a month to up grade, but its great, there are quests to complete, skills to aqcuire, levels to grow, they can interact with other players and its safe to use (had no prob in over a year of them using it) swear words are filtered, and there is a report option if its needed
#23
loupomm
my kids love playing www.runescape.com , its free for a basic account, £3.20 a month to up grade, but its great, there are quests to complete, skills to aqcuire, levels to grow, they can interact with other players and its safe to use (had no prob in over a year of them using it) swear words are filtered, and there is a report option if its needed

Or if you don't fancy feeding nearly 40 quid a year to Jagex LTD + letting your kids onto a site with an open chat that is integral to the game (with adults roaming around too) then try:

[url]www.battleon.com[/url] 100% free accs available or a one off fee of around £9 to get their premium "guardian" acc.
banned#24
loupomm
my kids love playing [url]www.runescape.com[/url] , its free for a basic account, £3.20 a month to up grade, but its great, there are quests to complete, skills to aqcuire, levels to grow, they can interact with other players and its safe to use (had no prob in over a year of them using it) swear words are filtered, and there is a report option if its needed


Wow, I know someone that works there (Jagex). I had never heard of it untill then. Must say it is bloody boring!
#25
my kids use the basic free version and i do keep an eye on them :)

they tend to keep to a budy list which includes friends from school

any child using the net should be taught some basic safety tips, ie never disclosing personal info ect,
#26
JDeal
Wow, I know someone that works there (Jagex). I had never heard of it untill then. Must say it is bloody boring!


my boys enjoy it :thumbsup:
#27
seancampbell
Or if you don't fancy feeding nearly 40 quid a year to Jagex LTD + letting your kids onto a site with an open chat that is integral to the game (with adults roaming around too) then try:

[url]www.battleon.com[/url] 100% free accs available or a one off fee of around £9 to get their premium "guardian" acc.


Or [url]www.neopets.com[/url] - that is a great site, I am still on there and know of a lot of adults who use it to destress. There is a chat and neomail (internal emails on the site), but only for over 13s - under 13s just cant use that part of the site
banned#28
Oh yeah, a LOT of people must do. I think I am getting a bit old for it now!

Atleast I don't work there :giggle:
#29
emmajk42
I just got my first £16 amazon voucher through from www.mediatransfer.com - an online marketing research company. Might be useful to some!


They are not accepting new applicants at the moment, but you can leave your email and they will tell you when you can join
#30
iand68
I'm a member of the following 2 "scanning" sites, Shopandscan and I-Scan.

Basically all you have to do for Shopandscan is to scan everything you buy and for I-Scan is to scan any food you buy and eat away from the home (sweets, sandwiches etc), then upload the information to them on a weekly basis.

For doing this, you receive points, which you can then redeem for gifts or vouchers. I've received a blow up mattress (dont ask!!) so far and have been scanning for less than a year. In my eyes it's something for nothing, as it only takes a few minutes to scan then upload.

Another site I use is Ipoints, which is similar to Quidco, but you get points instead of cashback. You can then purchase vouchers for various shops.


Shopandscan requires an invitation number to be able to register...
#31
kelly_o_fanatic
Or www.neopets.com - that is a great site, I am still on there and know of a lot of adults who use it to destress. There is a chat and neomail (internal emails on the site), but only for over 13s - under 13s just cant use that part of the site

I remember playing that when I was like 11.. Pretty good back then but they do randomly ban accounts if they actually earn any neopoints.. Anything over 5mil and you'll likely be a goner :P
Plus too many adverts to use without a blocker these days.
Lovely little java games though.
#32
seancampbell
I remember playing that when I was like 11.. Pretty good back then but they do randomly ban accounts if they actually earn any neopoints.. Anything over 5mil and you'll likely be a goner :P
Plus too many adverts to use without a blocker these days.
Lovely little java games though.


I have 20million on one account - and no problem :) also only ad at the top of the page, no popups or anything
#33
maybe things have changed since it was sold.. Still I wouldnt play it as an adult. Tis just sad :P
#34
seancampbell
maybe things have changed since it was sold.. Still I wouldnt play it as an adult. Tis just sad :P



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