21% Quidco cashback at the works plus free delivery over £10 with code - Lots of little gifts available inc personalised bauble £1 and telescope £10
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21% Quidco cashback at the works plus free delivery over £10 with code - Lots of little gifts available inc personalised bauble £1 and telescope £10

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Found 4th Dec 2016Made hot 4th Dec 2016
Quidco currently has 21% cashback on the Works plus free delivery over £10 with code QUIDEL10. quidco.com/the…ks/?

Lots of little christmas gifts including:

Personlised christmas baubles £1 (if you can find you name!) - theworks.co.uk/sea…ble

Make you own snowdomes £3 (Possibly £2.40 after quidco) - theworks.co.uk/p/h…018

Minecraft annual - £4 (Possibly £3.20 after Quidco) - theworks.co.uk/p/a…868

Stargazer telescope - £10 (Possibly £8 after quidco) - theworks.co.uk/p/e…855

Create a zombie set - £7 (Possibly £5.60 after quidco) - theworks.co.uk/p/e…370

Santa sack - £1 - theworks.co.uk/p/c…864

Hope this helps.

Usually no cashback on the VAT element of the cost. £10 item likely to cost £8.25 after cashback
- markergirl

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Managed to get all our names in the baubles...thanks for posting! x

Can't find my hubby's name

Quidco has refused all my claims with The Works. Good luck

pookey1

Can't find my hubby's name


Have a look on your wedding certificate. It should be on there. http://www.sherv.net/cm/emo/love/wedding.gif

Thanks. Ive bought 10 books for the children, a book for my dad & an elf in a gift bag. All for £15. Bargain.

Banned

Thanks, ordered for 30£, used code QUID30 to get up to 30% discount and cashback tracked in 1 hour
Edited by: "kristalyte" 4th Dec 2016

Brilliant, thanks, have sorted Christmas presents and got loads for the money with the books deals. Cheers.

cheers thanks for posting

Good deal but what a hideous web site they have. How you find anything is beyond me.

I should hope there is free delivery for spending over £1000 at the works!!

If you use the code won't Quidco refuse payment?

showing as 12% for me

It's 12% now at Quidco, but it's 21% at Topcashback.

Original Poster

GGMI

I should hope there is free delivery for spending over £1000 at the … I should hope there is free delivery for spending over £1000 at the works!!



Ha! It wouldn't let me change it for some reason. No idea why.

Original Poster

KKHKISHZKH

It's 12% now at Quidco, but it's 21% at Topcashback.



Will check soon and edit.

The Works has an up to 30% discount code on the top of their page - MEGA30 (which is the same code for the 10% and 20% discounts shown too) - however, it doesn't work with their own 'free delivery over £10' so just work out which is the best deal for you.

Please don't buy that telescope, you'll put kids off astronomy for life. Pair of binoculars will be a million times better.

Got the "Make a Zombie" kit for GD - might get her head out of her tablet for a while

Beware - The Works often have high Quidco cashback offers but they rarely pay up. They get so far as 'confirmed' but never 'paid'. This has happened to me several times in last 2 years (one was for £7 which I had factored in when making the purchase). It is a false deal if you are counting on the cashback.

Great deal, dam my parents for giving us strange names

Now 12% at Quidco



Edited by: "Ian2k" 5th Dec 2016

Ian2k

Now 12% at Quidco


But they will double the difference and topcashback are offering 21% today so that's a healthy 30% by shopping through Quidco and then claiming the double the difference. Claiming is quite easy.

shirley999

But they will double the difference and topcashback are offering 21% … But they will double the difference and topcashback are offering 21% today so that's a healthy 30% by shopping through Quidco and then claiming the double the difference. Claiming is quite easy.



I do prefer Quidco because of this and even more so as it is easy to claim!

great

Thanks OP. I ordered and opted for 'Click and Collect'.
I then got an email saying I get an additional 20% off for 'clicking and collecting'.

So I got 10% off initially, then 21% tracked on TCB, and now an additional 20% off my next purchase.



Edited by: "jimbo23" 6th Dec 2016

Oh I wish I'd known that, I'd have collected my order

shirley999

But they will double the difference and topcashback are offering 21% … But they will double the difference and topcashback are offering 21% today so that's a healthy 30% by shopping through Quidco and then claiming the double the difference. Claiming is quite easy.



Note quidco require claims within 72 hours unlike TCB - been caught by that before! Mine has been put on hold for some reason though...

pookey1

Can't find my hubby's name


Ask him, he will tell you

I got 12%, didn't find anything about Quidco doubling it

RTP

I got 12%, didn't find anything about Quidco doubling it


quidco.com/hig…ee/
"If you find a higher applicable cashback rate for your purchase on any other UK cashback site, Quidco will double the difference"

Great thanks op!

jaydeeuk1

Please don't buy that telescope, you'll put kids off astronomy for life. … Please don't buy that telescope, you'll put kids off astronomy for life. Pair of binoculars will be a million times better.


I was reading this the other day never buy a telescope always buy a good set of bins.

Quidco > Topcashback

waterloo

I was reading this the other day never buy a telescope always buy a good … I was reading this the other day never buy a telescope always buy a good set of bins.


That's not true either though. The ones to avoid are the cheap Chinese produced scopes with plastic optics. If you're after a decent starter scope try here.

firstlightoptics.com/beg…tml

I started off with a celestron 114eq, couldn't really get the hang of it. Few years ago went for a 127slt which is still firmly in the budget end of scopes, absolutely love it, I'd be lost without computer control. Best bang for your buck, if you're interested in visual astronomy rather than taking photographs are the dobsonian mounted ones. Bins are always good to have too, if my scope is taking videos of Jupiter or I have my DSLR attached then I often get my bins out.
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 7th Dec 2016

jaydeeuk1

That's not true either though. The ones to avoid are the cheap Chinese … That's not true either though. The ones to avoid are the cheap Chinese produced scopes with plastic optics. If you're after a decent starter scope try here.https://www.firstlightoptics.com/beginner-telescopes.htmlI started off with a celestron 114eq, couldn't really get the hang of it. Few years ago went for a 127slt which is still firmly in the budget end of scopes, absolutely love it, I'd be lost without computer control. Best bang for your buck, if you're interested in visual astronomy rather than taking photographs are the dobsonian mounted ones.


Yes that's what i was told avoid the cheapo scopes and go for a good set of bins till you get the hang of it and then upgrade never used anything like this myself was looking at buying it for somebody.

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