Direct Line car insurance cashback offer TCB = £70.70 or QUIDCO = £75
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Direct Line car insurance cashback offer TCB = £70.70 or QUIDCO = £75

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Found 16th May 2013
I know cashback deals aren't guaranteed but I thought this could be really good for some people...

For next 6 days you can get either £70.70 pound cashback via TCB for a valid genuine car insurance Policy or you can get £75 pound via Quidco.

I highlighted both of them because quidco is more money but you have to pay the £5 each year to them, but also you can claim some of your money back via TCB in Tesco club card points or amazon vouchers.

Hope someone gets use out of it

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They quoted me 1000 pounds compare to 500 pounds from admire

Original Poster

Got quoted 40 quid cheaper by them compared to who I am currently with (post office)

You also have to pay upfront for your insurance - if I could afford to do that rather than monthly DD, I wouldn't be on this site so much! Good deal though - heat from me.

Worth bringing to people's attention but:

You don't have to pay £5 to Quidco.
TopCashback will match Quidco's price if you email them.
You cannot withdraw this cashback as Tesco points.

Everytime I get a quote they are always more expensive than others??

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callum9999

Worth bringing to people's attention but:You don't have to pay £5 to … Worth bringing to people's attention but:You don't have to pay £5 to Quidco.TopCashback will match Quidco's price if you email them.You cannot withdraw this cashback as Tesco points.



Au contraire, you can withdraw £50 as Tesco points from TCB, worthy 5000 Clubcard points ;-)

squillion

Au contraire, you can withdraw £50 as Tesco points from TCB, worthy 5000 … Au contraire, you can withdraw £50 as Tesco points from TCB, worthy 5000 Clubcard points ;-)



No you can't, this cashback is £70 and you cannot split it between different payment methods (and £50 equates to 5250 Tesco points anyway!).

EDIT: And reading the conditions on the merchant page, it seems like you can't convert them to Amazon and love2shop vouchers or Paypal either.

Edited by: "callum9999" 16th May 2013

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callum9999

No you can't, this cashback is £70 and you cannot split it between … No you can't, this cashback is £70 and you cannot split it between different payment methods (and £50 equates to 5250 Tesco points anyway!).EDIT: And reading the conditions on the merchant page, it seems like you can't convert them to Amazon and love2shop vouchers or Paypal either.



You're wrong but I'm happy to let you suffer through your ignorance.

Anybody who wants to know how to withdraw £50 (from this £70) in Tesco clubcard points (ie 5000 points worth £200 in rewards) send me a PM ;-)

squillion

You're wrong but I'm happy to let you suffer through your … You're wrong but I'm happy to let you suffer through your ignorance.Anybody who wants to know how to withdraw £50 (from this £70) in Tesco clubcard points (ie 5000 points worth £200 in rewards) send me a PM ;-)



You don't even know there is a 5% bonus yet you reckon you have a top-secret trick to break TCB rules? Right....

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Of course I know about the 5% bonus ;-)

Some things are simply not worth mentioning.

Some things are, 5000 Tesco clubcard points for example.

You're leading people up the garden path by telling people they can't use the £70 cashback to get 5000 Tesco clubcard points (or 5250 if you want to be **** about it).

You can. it's very simple and doesn't break any TCB rules, in fact TCB love their customers to use this method.

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Happy to help those polite people PMing me to get their 5000 Tesco points though TCB.

They seem pretty happy ;-)

I've been with DL for several years but unfortunately about two years ago their prices seem to have gone up, way too much compared to other insurers. Now they are giving me quotes at least £350 more than any other insurer (under the same circumstances). Also I liked the idea of paying the instalments directly to them. This also has changed now - If one wants to pay by instalments, it means that a third party is involved to provide the credit (but all of the insurers do it now).
Didn't voted but it is cold for me. Even with £100 cashback I would still pay much more than I do now. But may be a good deal for some, if DL is offering them the cheapest quote.

They have just rejected my £50 Quidco claim, claim raised! Pretty straight forward I thought, tracked no problem and policy paid in full but still rejected. Beware!

squillion

Of course I know about the 5% bonus ;-)Some things are simply not worth … Of course I know about the 5% bonus ;-)Some things are simply not worth mentioning.Some things are, 5000 Tesco clubcard points for example.You're leading people up the garden path by telling people they can't use the £70 cashback to get 5000 Tesco clubcard points (or 5250 if you want to be **** about it).You can. it's very simple and doesn't break any TCB rules, in fact TCB love their customers to use this method.



So they "love" you using this method but state on the page - "If you earn cashback through this merchant, payouts cannot be made by PayPal, Amazon.co.uk Gift Certificates, Love2shop or Tesco Clubcard Points."?

Not to mention if it's completely legitimate and they love you doing it, there is no logical reason to get people to request you send them a PM to get the info.
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