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CD-WOW £10 cashback with no min. spend when you sign up to free trial at Traveller's Bonus

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9y, 1h agoFound 9 years, 1 hour ago / expired 1 Nov 101 November 2010
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We've teamed up with Travellers bonus to give you a free £10 next time you shop at CD WOW! (within the next 90 days), and a 30 day free trial of their Reward programme.

Not only will we give you £10 when you make any purchase from CD WOW! in the next 90 days - no matter how small - but we'll also give you 30 days free trial of the Reward programme.

It's a scheme that means you can make real savings on not just the everyday essentials like car breakdown, mobile phone cover and travel insurance but also a range of entertainment and travel ideas.

Big savings on things you really need.

All we ask is that if you want to continue after your free trial you sign-up to the CD WOW! discount rate of just £7.95 a month.

That's typically more than £200 of travel, mobile phone and car breakdown insurance cover for just £87.45 in your first year! PLUS youll save £££s in discounts on some favourite things.

You can cancel at any time.
 
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9y, 1h agoFound 9 years, 1 hour ago / expired 1 Nov 101 November 2010
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I just saw this on their site when I bought something as well....anyone know if its worth bothering?
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I'm always weary of free trials... Especially when they end up costing!

Anyone tried this who can shed more light on the trial itself? If it's another TopUp TV type of trial I think I'll steer clear!

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