£5 extra cashback £15 spend selected retailers quidco premium members
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£5 extra cashback £15 spend selected retailers quidco premium members

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Found 30th Apr
Microsoft
Currys
Very.co.uk
Fragrance Direct
The Works
Groupon
Zavvi
Clarks
Boohoo
House of Fraser
Superdrug
M&S
Expedia
Lastminute.com
eBookers
Travelodge
Laterooms
Nike
Community Updates
All information detailing how to receive the £5 bonus forms part of these terms and conditions. It is a condition of participation that all rules are accepted as final and that the participant agrees to abide by these rules. Participation will be taken to mean acceptance of these terms and conditions.
The information given in these terms and conditions is correct, but Quidco reserve the right to change any of the below without prior notice.
Participation is by eligible Quidco member account holders making an online cashback qualifying purchase and opting in via email link, push notification or link on homepage, quidco.com/inc…-v1
Members must have been a Quidco member before 23:59:59 Thursday 26 April.
Participating partners as follows: Microsoft, Currys, Very.co.uk, Fragrance Direct, TheWorks, Groupon, Zavvi, Clarks, Boohoo, House of Fraser, Superdrug, M&S, Expedia, Lastminute.com, eBookers, Travelodge, Laterooms, Nike
A qualifying purchase requires the member to opt in and make a purchase online of £15 or more at one of the participating retailers before 23:59:59 Tuesday 1 May.
If a claim is raised on a qualifying purchase the £5 bonus will not be given until the claim has been resolved and the claim approved.
The £5 bonus will track into your Quidco Activity when you activate the offer. Your bonus will be paid into your Quidco account 3 days after your 'tracked' purchase reaches ‘confirmed’ status.
You may only use each opt-in bonus offer once, and the bonus will be linked to the first valid purchase made after activation.
Should you activate the offer but fail to make a purchase (before midnight Tuesday 1 May 2018) that reaches confirmed status, your Activity will revert the bonus to 'declined' status.
Quidco shall not be responsible for lost connections, miscommunications, failed computer transmissions or technical failures. Proof of submission is not proof of receipt.
Uses of personal data received by Quidco in the course of the promotion are subject to Quidco's data protection policy.
Quidco reserve the right to remove any account holders from the promotion that they feel may breach any of these terms and conditions or may bring the participant or the promotion into disrepute.
This includes purchases that may be fraudulent or otherwise contrary to the spirit of the promotion.
Only one £5 bonus will be paid per member participating.
Any decision made by Quidco is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
Offer limited to the first 30,000 Quidco members who opt in.

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All good, except my recent experiences with Quidco have been almost all negative - some 100% concrete cash-backs being declined, and they don't send you an email to notify you... and that's as a Premium member. Worst one was £80 for switching energy providers that they didn't pay out on.
Themadcow41 m ago

All good, except my recent experiences with Quidco have been almost all …All good, except my recent experiences with Quidco have been almost all negative - some 100% concrete cash-backs being declined, and they don't send you an email to notify you... and that's as a Premium member. Worst one was £80 for switching energy providers that they didn't pay out on.



Quidco definitely gone down hill and TCB uphill - imo. Would rather use TCB than Q. They seem to pay a lot quicker these days and track a lot better.
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Cheers, will this track on pre-orders?
Nice, opted in. Any idea if I can use gift-cards to pay and still be eligible?
All good, except my recent experiences with Quidco have been almost all negative - some 100% concrete cash-backs being declined, and they don't send you an email to notify you... and that's as a Premium member. Worst one was £80 for switching energy providers that they didn't pay out on.
Themadcow5 m ago

All good, except my recent experiences with Quidco have been almost all …All good, except my recent experiences with Quidco have been almost all negative - some 100% concrete cash-backs being declined, and they don't send you an email to notify you... and that's as a Premium member. Worst one was £80 for switching energy providers that they didn't pay out on.


I had the same feeling and found myself more using tcb recently. What a surprise they paid all 6 pre xmas £5 bonuses to me. One of them I activated and didn't buy nothing still got paid... finding way back to quidco now
Thanks for this, activated my offer! Heat
Themadcow41 m ago

All good, except my recent experiences with Quidco have been almost all …All good, except my recent experiences with Quidco have been almost all negative - some 100% concrete cash-backs being declined, and they don't send you an email to notify you... and that's as a Premium member. Worst one was £80 for switching energy providers that they didn't pay out on.



Quidco definitely gone down hill and TCB uphill - imo. Would rather use TCB than Q. They seem to pay a lot quicker these days and track a lot better.
Does it include delivery charge? for example, Groupon purchase of £14.98 with £1.99 delivery charge.
Im confused. If i make a pre-order at microsoft it says it will track when despatched.
so would i still get the bonus if the pre order is made today or not...
Themadcow2 h, 26 m ago

All good, except my recent experiences with Quidco have been almost all …All good, except my recent experiences with Quidco have been almost all negative - some 100% concrete cash-backs being declined, and they don't send you an email to notify you... and that's as a Premium member. Worst one was £80 for switching energy providers that they didn't pay out on.


Totally agree. same experience here. so cold from me
Got the email but im no longer a premium member as i told them to downgrade me and give me my money back as they are
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33720489-qeOPS.jpgI have no problem with quidco personally or tcb for that matter 33720489-03Uk7.jpg
the.porter15 m ago

[Image] I have no problem with quidco personally or tcb for that matter …[Image] I have no problem with quidco personally or tcb for that matter [Image]


Looks like you got the EDF £80 that I didn't, for no apparent reason. Don't get me wrong - I've had hundreds (if not more) from Quidco in the past but over the last year or so I've had a lot more random declines for no good reason. If you don't notice them on your detailed account page then you lose the right to appeal after a couple of months.
I received this email but I'm not a premium member, wondering if its a sneaky way of automatically upgrading accounts if you click and take the offer
Polar16 m ago

I received this email but I'm not a premium member, wondering if its a …I received this email but I'm not a premium member, wondering if its a sneaky way of automatically upgrading accounts if you click and take the offer


As i said i also got the email it's just a way to get you to sign up for a premium membership so in reality you get nothing as the premium membership is £5 anyway very sneaky.
the.porter1 h, 52 m ago

[Image] I have no problem with quidco personally or tcb for that matter …[Image] I have no problem with quidco personally or tcb for that matter [Image]


That still doesnt negate the fact that Quidco is a scummy website.
Themadcow1 h, 37 m ago

but over the last year or so I've had a lot more random declines for no …but over the last year or so I've had a lot more random declines for no good reason.


Same here.
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GrumpyArab14 m ago

That still doesnt negate the fact that Quidco is a scummy website.


Lol there’s lots of worse sites than quidco far worse, free money for things you would buy anyway,but I can only speak from experience and quidco have rarely let me down
I have many bonuses declined, despite being premium and despite having £1000s going through them. It's not good enough without reasoning etc.
£15 spend including vat?
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