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"Rpoints" - Any Good?

Jakg Avatar
9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
I've just found a site called "Rpoints.com" which seems to be similar to QuidCo - is it any good? It seems like a site in which Points aren't that hard to get, and every little helps - any HUKD regulars want to give me their opinion...?
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9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
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#1
I use it regularly and in my opinion its better then Quidco. You dont have to pay £5 a year out of your savings like Quidco.

One thing to note is that R-Points offers less than Quidco for cashaback but it has a "Highest Cashback Promise" which means that if Quidco is offering more cashback then they R-points will match it. R-points also has a full forum like this site, and if anything ever goes wrong with your cashback then question are answered very quickly compared to Quidco.
#2
Thanks - didn't know i had to pay for QuidCo!

Can i directly convert "Rpoints" to cash to my bank account? If so, what is the exchange rate? What's the minimum withdrawl?

I didn't know it had a forum - in fact i should probably be asking this there, but i found their whole site totally unhelpful...

Thanks,
Jakg.
#3
Quidco does not fully like to tell everyone they charge £5 a year out of your earnings until it actually happens. R-points exchange rate is 100 points = £1. Simple. You can redeem the points as either Amazon vouchers, CD-wow vouchers, or have it paid to your bank account through Bank Transfer or into your paypal account.

R-points even gets you 10% of every Amazon order once you become a VIP member (have earnt over £100). I think thats how it is but it might have changed now. Asking ppl there will only get u a biased opinion if you ask them which site is better.

Hope this helps :)
#4
Personally like Quidco,I joined up last yr in October and have been tracked almost £900 since and regularly had payouts ( I don't apply for every single credit card etc to rack up the quidco either ).I've never had a transaction not tracked with Quidco apart from Kelkoo but that tracked for 1st time other day,its the purchases I make through it that count.
I used Greasy Palm before deciding to join up Quidco and even tho I got my purchases tracked they got declined and I had about £30 worth on there but give up.I use ipoints and I also use Nectar which comes in handy for Amazon and Argos.I with cashbacktoyou but give up on that too.I guess you can join up as many as you like and go to each 1 when it suits you best.
#5
All about Quidco innit
#6
Mostly right above, just a couple of things to correct:

If you use the highest cashback promise part of rpoints (which you should definately do) then they take the £5 off you same as quidco. (fair enough).

Amazon discount of 10% is limited to something like £50 spend per year so not great, there is something about doing it in a friends name which I think gets you more but I'm not sure.

You can redeem like it says above into bank account etc or get amazon vouchers at upto 4% discount (no limit afaik).

Fact is rpoints is the best, takes a little more effort doing a hcp for each transaction but well worth it as claims get processed and queries get answered whereas they generally don't on quidco.
#7
Also bear in mind that you can only claim rpoints cashback for amounts of at least £25 so if you don't use it very often you could have a long wait for your money.
#8
Scorpius
Also bear in mind that you can only claim Rpoints cashback for amounts of at least £25 so if you don't use it very often you could have a long wait for your money.


This in not correct the minimum withdraw is £1 to your bank account.

This is the best site for cashback at the will do "highest cashback promise" against almost (except a few new ones) any cashback site so you know you always get the best deal.

On top of that I think they track far better and even when they don't a manual claim always results in a full payout, others only pay a partial payout on a manual claim.

And if thats not enough they now do highest cashback on manual claims too....
#9
kudos1uk

And if thats not enough they now do highest cashback on manual claims too....


Seriously? That's the only thing that's ever annoyed me about rpoints.

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