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Discount for carers free cashback card (Free for first year then £2.99 pa)

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Posted 23rd May
A card for registered carers or people who work in the care industry. 15% cashback on over 50 shops and restaurants etc. A prepay card (visa, can be used as a normal visa card anywhere a visa card is used), no credit checks. Annual fee of £2.99, free for the first year (spend £20 in your second year to get your annual fee back, after that it's win win).

Lots of deals for other things like broadband, mobile phones etc. Screenshot here

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Nice for carers to get something due ask the hard work they do, which the NHS doesn't have the money for. I know its not for all, but if you are a carer (or know I've) it's certainly worth looking into.
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Wonder if this is protected?
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PICNIC23/05/2019 23:11

Wonder if this is protected?


From what? It's a prepay. You want to spend £200 and get £30 back, you load £200 then spend it. It's only on there for a long as you take to load it. You get the cashback on your next statement, so next time you spend you already have the £30 credit, so you pay £170 (using the same £200 an example). You then get another £30 credit.
Thanks op 1st time i have heard of it hopefully its as good as it sounds...
I meAnt if there's money on the card and the scheme closes etc.
Where can you earn cashback at?
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blabbity24/05/2019 00:14

Where can you earn cashback at?


Follow the link, there's a list. Places like Sainsbury, Argos etc.
Good idea this! Thanks to those who got it started and working on their company relationships.
deleted108021524/05/2019 04:53

Follow the link, there's a list. Places like Sainsbury, Argos etc.


Hmm, okay. I already get cashback at all those shops without faffing around with prepayments. What are the cashback rates?
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blabbity24/05/2019 04:58

Hmm, okay. I already get cashback at all those shops without faffing …Hmm, okay. I already get cashback at all those shops without faffing around with prepayments. What are the cashback rates?


As I said before... 'Follow the link'... then read it for yourself. I'm not doing all the reading for you.
Sounds decent but I can't find any information on their site stating specifically how much cashback is earnt at each retailer
The website says it's up to 12%. If it says what the discount is for the individual retailer I can't find it.
There is no mention of the actual rates at all on the website so i emailed them and got this (slightly unhelpful) reply...

"Once you are a member and logged in to your account if you click through to the Cashback Card category and 'Where can I save?' the rates are shown next to each of the retailers.
Hope this helps"

Well, to be honest, no it doesn't help, although it does sound as though it may be worthwhile just for the weekly shop in Asda.

So, wonder if anyone has this already, or knows someone who does, that may be able to enlighten us?
Edited by: "godber_" 24th May
Yes would love to know the exact rates for Asda etc?
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godber_24/05/2019 09:22

There is no mention of the actual rates at all on the website so i emailed …There is no mention of the actual rates at all on the website so i emailed them and got this (slightly unhelpful) reply..."Once you are a member and logged in to your account if you click through to the Cashback Card category and 'Where can I save?' the rates are shown next to each of the retailers.Hope this helps"Well, to be honest, no it doesn't help, although it does sound as though it may be worthwhile just for the weekly shop in Asda.So, wonder if anyone has this already, or knows someone who does, that may be able to enlighten us?


Waiting for my daughter to reply. She's used them for several weeks now. She did say it's always been paid and that is saved her money. She uses Sainsbury's. Use the card at Argos online - pay online collect inside.
Thanks OP - much appreciated
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jmdcam24/05/2019 11:18

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Cheers, that's more like it, will sign up and see how we go. Thanks again for the info :-)
so this is for people who work in the care industry, not for family who have to look after disabled or ill relations.do hope i am wrong because it would be nice to be included for a change
what are the cashback rates like compared to Quidco and Topcashback?
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Thanks. Those are better cashback rates than I get on my current debit card, so might be worth the faff of prepayments.

Don’t know why they wouldn’t just disclose the rates... because only one of them is 12%? Kinda backfires, though, when people already have cashback cards and are just assuming lower rates than they actually offer
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If I'd known this I would have voted cold. Not a single 15% deal listed and most are so much less.
jdbigguy25/05/2019 07:06

If I'd known this I would have voted cold. Not a single 15% deal listed …If I'd known this I would have voted cold. Not a single 15% deal listed and most are so much less.


I agree and the op is misleading. It's not possible to obtain 15% cashback at any retailer and certainly not "on over 50 shops and restaurants etc"
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