Get upto 8% extra on topcashback gift card payouts for Argos/Homebase/Debenhams - full list in deal
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Get upto 8% extra on topcashback gift card payouts for Argos/Homebase/Debenhams - full list in deal

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Found 25th Apr 2014
Following on the quidco deal that was posted yesterday, topcashback have increased some of their payout bonuses today.

Remember that upto £50 per year can be converted into 5000 Tesco Clubcard points, worth up to £200 in deals.

Firstly, if you're a normal customer you earn 101% cashback when you click through to a merchant, Plus members earn 105%. (Plus members pay £5 extra per year).

Topcashback has a highest cashback guarantee: submit a valid claim and they will match any other cashback site - then you also get the topup to 101% or 105% depending in if you're a normal or Plus member.

Here's a full list of payout options available now, with rates for normal and Plus members - normal first, Plus second:

M&S: 5%/7%
love2shop: 5%/6%
Argos/Homebase: 5%/8%
Debenhams: 5%/8%
Bella Italia/Cafe Rouge/Strada: 5/5%
Amazon: 5%/5%
Currys/PC World: 5%/5%
Boots: 5%/5%
Arcardia (Topshop/Topman etc): 5%/5%
B&Q: 5%/5%
Starbucks: 5%/5%
Great British Pub: 5%/5%
Toys R Us: 5%/5%
American Golf: 5%/5%
BHS: 5%/5%
New Look: 5%/5%
House of Fraser: 5%/5%

Hope this is clear for people

21 Comments

Still waiting for four payments from bhs dating back from november

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scrubber1

Still waiting for four payments from bhs dating back from november



This deal is about getting an extra 5% by getting your cashback paid onto a BHS card

how do you get 5% cashback from argos??

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daoneandonly

how do you get 5% cashback from argos??



When you want to payout any cashback you've earned, just choose that from the list of payout options. You're not earning 5% cashback from Argos, you're getting 5% more of whatever you've already earned put onto an Argos card

daoneandonly

how do you get 5% cashback from argos??



When you redeem you funds from your topcashback account it tops it up by five percent. so if you could withdraw £100 you could get £105 as an Argos gift card.

I always get the first fifty each year converted to tesco points, pays for the Eurotunnel crossing each year!

Is tesco is still there in lIST i just can't see it on tc website, correct me if wrong...

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ssh

Is tesco is still there in lIST i just can't see it on tc website, … Is tesco is still there in lIST i just can't see it on tc website, correct me if wrong...



It is, but only if you've already added your Clubcard number to your account

Thanks but I don't see/locate any option to add tesco clubcard to my topcash back account.
FYI I have classic membership
Thanks

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ssh

Thanks but I don't see/locate any option to add tesco clubcard to my … Thanks but I don't see/locate any option to add tesco clubcard to my topcash back account.FYI I have classic membershipThanks



Account-->My Profile-->Payment details, half way down the page

Thanks a ton ...got it now on my profile...

I just logged in to TCB, and the Cafe Rouge, Bella Italia & Strada and Belgo have been reduced from 10% to 5% bonus.

Thought I would let you know OP, so you can update your post.

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Transformers

I just logged in to TCB, and the Cafe Rouge, Bella Italia & Strada and … I just logged in to TCB, and the Cafe Rouge, Bella Italia & Strada and Belgo have been reduced from 10% to 5% bonus.Thought I would let you know OP, so you can update your post.



Thanks bud, made this deal nearly a week ago! Updated.

thank you !!!! xx

Is £50 only transferred into 5000 clubcard points now? I thought they topped that up too

How do you add your tesco clubcard to you acc pls?

Always been a fan of TCB (above Quidco). The 5% cb bonus makes their £5 premium worth it alone - £100 of purchases makes this back, the rest is profit. Didn't know they match higher rates on quidco too.
Thanks

stevieshoes

Always been a fan of TCB (above Quidco). The 5% cb bonus makes their £5 … Always been a fan of TCB (above Quidco). The 5% cb bonus makes their £5 premium worth it alone - £100 of purchases makes this back, the rest is profit. Didn't know they match higher rates on quidco too. Thanks



Nonsense. It's 105% of STANDARD cashback. Eg if b&q are offering 10% cashback then you'd get 10.5% cashback. So if you spent £10 in this example you'd get £1.05 cashback instead of £1. You'd have to do lots of high value transactions to make the £5 annual fee worthwhile!

stevieshoes

Always been a fan of TCB (above Quidco). The 5% cb bonus makes their £5 … Always been a fan of TCB (above Quidco). The 5% cb bonus makes their £5 premium worth it alone - £100 of purchases makes this back, the rest is profit. Didn't know they match higher rates on quidco too. Thanks


I think you have it a little wrong the extra % from being a Plus member is added to the normal cashback eg 5% cashback is 5.05% for a normal member or 5.25% for a Plus member.
To make up the difference (4% extra) you'd have be getting £120+ cashback a year in order to justify the £5 fee.
If you take an average of 5% cashback that's £2400 worth of orders tracked via TCB per year.

I wouldn't even bother with top cash back. Used it 3 times on big purchases and all of them have been pending for over 8 months. The biggest payout was suppose to be £100 but nothing. Quidco actually payout.

Don't purchase and with the hope that you'll actually get your cashback....

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zchari5

Nonsense. It's 105% of STANDARD cashback. Eg if b&q are offering 10% … Nonsense. It's 105% of STANDARD cashback. Eg if b&q are offering 10% cashback then you'd get 10.5% cashback. So if you spent £10 in this example you'd get £1.05 cashback instead of £1. You'd have to do lots of high value transactions to make the £5 annual fee worthwhile!


joedastudd

I think you have it a little wrong the extra % from being a Plus member … I think you have it a little wrong the extra % from being a Plus member is added to the normal cashback eg 5% cashback is 5.05% for a normal member or 5.25% for a Plus member.To make up the difference (4% extra) you'd have be getting £120+ cashback a year in order to justify the £5 fee.If you take an average of 5% cashback that's £2400 worth of orders tracked via TCB per year.



Last year, the £5 fee was paid for with a £105 cashback for npower (which was £101 standard), plus a few other things - next year it'll be paid for when I resign up to Sky - if they're offering £101 for a normal customer then it'll be £105 for Plus, but it could be higher.

Remember, not all cashback payouts are paid out as %.

Eg, the recent Times free trial offer posted on here was £25.25 for normal users, £26.25 for Plus, so Plus users gained an extra £1 just for that.

Thanks a mill, I never knew I could get paid to my Tesco Clubcard which seems like the best option. Just added and also upgraded my account. Mostly used Quidco in the past who seem to be rather efficient and managed to get £800 from them over the past year.
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