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Get £10/£15 from Quidco/Topcashback when you spend £10 on JustEat this weekend. ***New customers ONLY***
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Get £10/£15 from Quidco/Topcashback when you spend £10 on JustEat this weekend. ***New customers ONLY***

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Posted 1st Feb 2019

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This Sunday, the Los Angeles Rams take on the New England Patriots in the 2019 Superbowl.
With American Football's popularity on the rise - as evidenced by the speed of sales to the annual London games - BBC One will broadcast the event that attracted over 1.3 million viewers this time last year.
To aid your viewing experience, deals sites Quidco and TopCashback are both running deals on orders made through JustEat, Dominos and Pizza Hut Delivery.
This means that if you make your order by clicking on the links at the foot of the article, you will have either £10 or £15 returned to your account in a matter of days.
The offers are live now, so you don't have to stay up late into the early hours on Sunday to take advantage.
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Cold. Who here isn't already signed up to TCB/Quidco/Just Eat?
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Bit confusing do you have to be a new member to quidco/tcb or justeat?
"This means that if you make your order by clicking on the links at the foot of the article, you will have either £10 or £15 returned to your account in a matter of days."

?? where??
Duggie20001 m ago

"This means that if you make your order by clicking on the links at the …"This means that if you make your order by clicking on the links at the foot of the article, you will have either £10 or £15 returned to your account in a matter of days."?? where??


I was just thinking the same thing 🙃
Duggie20005 m ago

"This means that if you make your order by clicking on the links at the …"This means that if you make your order by clicking on the links at the foot of the article, you will have either £10 or £15 returned to your account in a matter of days."?? where??



The quidco and TCB links at the bottom of the article.
Cold. Who here isn't already signed up to TCB/Quidco/Just Eat?
So for those of you looking for the links here’s the original article.

manchestereveningnews.co.uk/wha…577

As stated, new customers only.
Edited by: "Mersey_Steve" 1st Feb 2019
New customers
Do you need to be a new just eat customer
brendanhickey1 m ago

Do you need to be a new just eat customer


No new Quidco or Topcashback
I signed up and ordered. Then when I checked my email it said confirm email to activate account.. so if your making a new account I would recommend confirming email before you purchase just incase
Just eat have poor hygiene restaurants anyway. Why risk your health.. On top of that just eat don't care about you as a consumer even if you receive the food cold
Ok.. prob a blonde question but is it £10 cashback for quidco or £15 cashback for tcb? I havent got an account for either. (Yes I've been living under a rock)
In the past I've had success doing this with new accounts for addresses I've used in the past. For your best shot, use a different card to pay than you've used in the past, provide a different mobile number than before, and enter some stuff in the second line of address (like "Top floor flat" or "office 6", even if you're house only has one doorway).

Even better, I've chained it with the TCB refer-a-friend deals, where you get some amount of cashback (£7.50 right now, plus £5 for the referred account) (sometimes TCB does £20 + £5). Since the Just-Eat refund is over £10, it clears the referral spend threshold in a single purchase, and both accounts can cash in. I don't think you have to do anything special with setting up new TCB accounts, just a different email address. At the right time of year, you can get £40 back from TCB on a £15 Just Eat order.

To recap: £15 cashback + £7.50 referee + £5 referred via TCB = £27.50 cashback on a £10 order

Edit: I noticed TCB have added "Cashback redeemed from 100% cashback up to £15 at Just Eat, is excluded from Tell-a-Friend promotion thresholds. (Please see Tell-a-Friend page for more details)." To the deal's T's and C's. Might not track any more.
Edited by: "apclapp" 2nd Feb 2019
popoyaya1st Feb

Cold. Who here isn't already signed up to TCB/Quidco/Just Eat?


My cat
Alot of my local takeaways just send crap via just eat and if you order from them direct you get better quality food and portion size.
Feel ill after eating through jist eat most of the time
Edited by: "Robbiecfc" 2nd Feb 2019
Never used Justeat yet i got the following message

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The 'if something seems to good to be true ...' quote comes to mind!
Tried the whole 'cashback' thing and never actually received any 'promised' money. Utter scam!
BargainsWahey3rd Feb

The 'if something seems to good to be true ...' quote comes to mind! Tried …The 'if something seems to good to be true ...' quote comes to mind! Tried the whole 'cashback' thing and never actually received any 'promised' money. Utter scam!


Nope used these cash back things like 5 times with different addresses, phone numbers etc. Got a £15 PS4 game for free with Argos, £15 off my sound bar, then 3 £15 takeaways for nothing. I remember the max it took for cash back was 2 weeks for me. Haven't used in z year or so.. could be different now
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