How to get *up to* 37% off gift vouchers at major retailers like River Island, Zalando, Halfords & Superdry when ordering from Zeek via TopCashback
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How to get *up to* 37% off gift vouchers at major retailers like River Island, Zalando, Halfords & Superdry when ordering from Zeek via TopCashback

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Found 30th May 2017
Here's my guide to getting large discounts on gift cards from major retailers like those below. TopCashback are currently (30th May) paying out £5.25 to premium members (£5 to normal members) on their first order at Zeek and £3.15/£3.00 on subsequent orders. Ensure you don't order through the Zeek app for the purchase to track.

Now the trick is to find a retailer offering decent discounts on vouchers in small denominations like River Island offering 17% on £25 vouchers. Now order however many vouchers you need in the smallest denominations they offer and order these as separate orders so you gain the fixed cash back rate on every order. So here's some examples of the maths. Vouchers are available at many more retailers but these are just some of the great examples I've picked out. Many of these can be used in store to pay for goods ordered online through TCB and used in conjunction with other voucher codes or offers elsewhere to increase your discount. Halfords being a great example of this.

River Island £25 gift vouchers. Zeek price £21 - £5.25 TCB = £15.75 (-37%) or £17.85 (-29%) on subsequent orders.

Zalando £25 vouchers. Zeek price £22 - £5.25 TCB = £16.75 (33% discount) or £18.85 (25%) on subsequent orders.

Halfords £20 gift card. Zeek price £18.40 - £5.25 TCB = £13.25 (-34%) or £15.25 (-24%) on subsequent orders.

Superdry £20 gift card. Zeek price £18.40 - £5.25 TCB = £13.25 (-34%) or £15.25 (-24%) on subsequent orders.

Starbucks £20 gift card. Zeek price £18.60 - £5.25 TCB = £13.55 (-32%) or £15.45 on subsequent orders (-23%)

Please comment to correct any inaccuracies in these or if you find and more great deals on their site worthy of adding.
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Quidco owner won't be happy reading this.
Topcashback never tracked for me for Zeek.
mittromney

Quidco owner won't be happy reading this.


Is £5(New customers) & £3(existing customers) via Quidco
Thanks OP. But there are a few things to be added. First Zeek is a terrible company (in my experience). They banned me without any notice just because I found a flaw in their system on how to have multi accounts on their site and reported it publicly. I was not too bothered about that as I wasn't using them anyway! (since they have improved their verification system, thanks to who?).

Other than that, if you know about complete savings, you would completely forget about Zeek and their gift card system. As their rates change based on demands whilst in complete savings you are buying directly from SMV Golbal with lowest rate possible. The delivery is also instant for eGift Cards and SMV is a reputable distributer of gift cards. Not sure if Zeek is still a market place or not but I remember you were buying cards which are being sold by others there. Sometimes you could have experienced issues with the purchase. And lastly, cashback is not guaranteed. Terms on cashbacks change. You can assume you are getting it, but you are not guaranteed. I strongly recommend you to have a look at complete savings for better rates. I did buy an Xbox yesterday (£220RRP) for £176 using their gift cards yesterday.

Some exemplary rates:

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agbrothers19 m ago

Topcashback never tracked for me for Zeek.


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mixmixi

Thanks OP. But there are a few things to be added. First Zeek is a … Thanks OP. But there are a few things to be added. First Zeek is a terrible company (in my experience). They banned me without any notice just because I found a flaw in their system on how to have multi accounts on their site and reported it publicly. I was not too bothered about that as I wasn't using them anyway! (since they have improved their verification system, thanks to who?).Other than that, if you know about complete savings, you would completely forget about Zeek and their gift card system. As their rates change based on demands whilst in complete savings you are buying directly from SMV Golbal with lowest rate possible. The delivery is also instant for eGift Cards and SMV is a reputable distributer of gift cards. Not sure if Zeek is still a market place or not but I remember you were buying cards which are being sold by others there. Sometimes you could have experienced issues with the purchase. And lastly, cashback is not guaranteed. Terms on cashbacks change. You can assume you are getting it, but you are not guaranteed. I strongly recommend you to have a look at complete savings for better rates. I did buy an Xbox yesterday (£220RRP) for £176 using their gift cards yesterday. :DSome exemplary rates:



Wow good post very interesting. Never heard of completesavings before it seemed a little too good to be true on first glance.. from what I can tell it's like TCB/Quidco with a membership fee but pays higher cashback rates & also sells gift cards? The Trustpilot reviews are little concerning lots of unhappy people although a lot just seem to be annoyed at unknowingly being signed up for the service
derp1664

Wow good post very interesting. Never heard of completesavings before it … Wow good post very interesting. Never heard of completesavings before it seemed a little too good to be true on first glance.. from what I can tell it's like TCB/Quidco with a membership fee but pays higher cashback rates & also sells gift cards? The Trustpilot reviews are little concerning lots of unhappy people although a lot just seem to be annoyed at unknowingly being signed up for the service



Can't see how much the monthly membership fee is?
Site mentions it, just couldn't see it oO
defgimp

Can't see how much the monthly membership fee is? Site mentions it, just … Can't see how much the monthly membership fee is? Site mentions it, just couldn't see it oO



£15pcm from what I can tell. TrustPilot reviews are definitely a little off-putting the more I read though
derp1664

£15pcm from what I can tell. TrustPilot reviews are definitely a little … £15pcm from what I can tell. TrustPilot reviews are definitely a little off-putting the more I read though



Thanks, just found it as well, £15 a month is enough? oO
Might give it a trial but will be seeing how easy it is to cancel first
derp166425 m ago

Wow good post very interesting. Never heard of completesavings before it …Wow good post very interesting. Never heard of completesavings before it seemed a little too good to be true on first glance.. from what I can tell it's like TCB/Quidco with a membership fee but pays higher cashback rates & also sells gift cards? The Trustpilot reviews are little concerning lots of unhappy people although a lot just seem to be annoyed at unknowingly being signed up for the service


I don't want to promote them mate. I have been using them for years now. My wife is the same. It is a bit tricky. They have a monthly fee (£15) but you can claim it back straight away using only a purchase per month (Wife normally buys a crap from superdrug, I continue buying my games, lol). The benefits you get make it worth. That gift card thing is a life saver and is so convinient. I did buy and received gift cards yesterday on a bank holiday. Not to mention their cashback rates are higher and there is not wait time. You get paid at the end of each month regardless.
Edited by: "mixmixi" 30th May 2017
defgimp

Thanks, just found it as well, £15 a month is enough? oOMight give it a … Thanks, just found it as well, £15 a month is enough? oOMight give it a trial but will be seeing how easy it is to cancel first



There is some conflicting information with some people saying the fee is waived if you make one purchase in a month and others saying it's easy to make back your monthly membership fee. I'll probably give it a trial too but will proceed cautiously & read plenty of info first because I'm not convinced
mixmixi

I don't want to promote them mate. I have been using them for years now. … I don't want to promote them mate. I have been using them for years now. My wife is the same. It is a bit tricky. They have a monthly fee (£15) but you can claim it back straight away using only a purchase per month (Wife normally buys a crap from superdrug, I continue buying my games, lol). The benefits you get make it worth. That gift card thing is a life saver and is so continent. I did buy and received gift cards yesterday on a bank holiday. Not to mention their cashback rates are higher and there is not wait time. You get paid at the end of each month regardless.



Okay cheers that's helpful I'll probably give it a go then Much appreciated!
derp16644 m ago

Okay cheers that's helpful I'll probably give it a go then Much …Okay cheers that's helpful I'll probably give it a go then Much appreciated!


First month is free trial. Remember once you joined you are eligible for £15 welcome reward (submit a receipt through your account and another £5-£15 depending how you have joined for monthly bonus.) Best way to join is to reserve something at argos, at the end of the reservation, you get a message saying claim your £15 bonus and click on it. If you join directly, they pay you only £5 per month but through Argos it is £15 and sometimes through Zavvi it is £20 (but with Zavvi you need to make a purchase to see the message, with Argos it could be a fake reservation)
mixmixi1 h, 32 m ago

Thanks OP. But there are a few things to be added. First Zeek is a …Thanks OP. But there are a few things to be added. First Zeek is a terrible company (in my experience). They banned me without any notice just because I found a flaw in their system on how to have multi accounts on their site and reported it publicly. I was not too bothered about that as I wasn't using them anyway! (since they have improved their verification system, thanks to who?).Other than that, if you know about complete savings, you would completely forget about Zeek and their gift card system. As their rates change based on demands whilst in complete savings you are buying directly from SMV Golbal with lowest rate possible. The delivery is also instant for eGift Cards and SMV is a reputable distributer of gift cards. Not sure if Zeek is still a market place or not but I remember you were buying cards which are being sold by others there. Sometimes you could have experienced issues with the purchase. And lastly, cashback is not guaranteed. Terms on cashbacks change. You can assume you are getting it, but you are not guaranteed. I strongly recommend you to have a look at complete savings for better rates. I did buy an Xbox yesterday (£220RRP) for £176 using their gift cards yesterday. Some exemplary rates:[Image]



Thanks for the info. I thought it was a good deal. Clearly it hasn't gone down too well. My first time experience of zeek was good. Ordered gift cards from them and two days later they turned up and I spent them this morning without issue. I made an order with Halfords for £133 and only paid about £90 in then end.
This might be a stupid question, what's the monthly membership fee for? And who take the fee??
mixmixi

First month is free trial. Remember once you joined you are eligible for … First month is free trial. Remember once you joined you are eligible for £15 welcome reward (submit a receipt through your account and another £5-£15 depending how you have joined for monthly bonus.) Best way to join is to reserve something at argos, at the end of the reservation, you get a message saying claim your £15 bonus and click on it. If you join directly, they pay you only £5 per month but through Argos it is £15 and sometimes through Zavvi it is £20 (but with Zavvi you need to make a purchase to see the message, with Argos it could be a fake reservation)



sorry I am confused here, what is this £15 monthly fee? is it Zeek or top cash membership fee?

(sorry could not find any information on top cash or Zeek)

Thanks in advance
dealchaser8887 h, 30 m ago

sorry I am confused here, what is this £15 monthly fee? is it Zeek or top …sorry I am confused here, what is this £15 monthly fee? is it Zeek or top cash membership fee?(sorry could not find any information on top cash or Zeek)Thanks in advance


They're talking about a different website all together. There is no fee with Zeek or TopCashback. There's only the member, mixmixi above who's suggested an alernative to zeek. I ordered vouchers last week at a discounted rate, they turned up, I spent them. Seemed really simple to me.
Edited by: "Speedbirdjw" 31st May 2017
mixmixi30th May

Thanks OP. But there are a few things to be added. First Zeek is a …Thanks OP. But there are a few things to be added. First Zeek is a terrible company (in my experience). They banned me without any notice just because I found a flaw in their system on how to have multi accounts on their site and reported it publicly. I was not too bothered about that as I wasn't using them anyway! (since they have improved their verification system, thanks to who?).Other than that, if you know about complete savings, you would completely forget about Zeek and their gift card system. As their rates change based on demands whilst in complete savings you are buying directly from SMV Golbal with lowest rate possible. The delivery is also instant for eGift Cards and SMV is a reputable distributer of gift cards. Not sure if Zeek is still a market place or not but I remember you were buying cards which are being sold by others there. Sometimes you could have experienced issues with the purchase. And lastly, cashback is not guaranteed. Terms on cashbacks change. You can assume you are getting it, but you are not guaranteed. I strongly recommend you to have a look at complete savings for better rates. I did buy an Xbox yesterday (£220RRP) for £176 using their gift cards yesterday. Some exemplary rates:[Image]


Hi again,

so I signed up to the website you suggested today to order some Halfords vouchers. Not quite as good as you had me believe. They are only offering a 7% discount and you can't order more than £100 worth in any calendar month do exactly the same discount as zeek but you can't buy as much. Am I missing something
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