New In-store cashback with Quidco
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New In-store cashback with Quidco

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Found 24th Aug 2012
Wouldn't it be great to walk into a real store and earn Quidco cashback?
Now you can, only with Quidco. Soon your account will
be bursting with cashback from shopping in-store.

In-store retailers

Debenhams
2%

JJB Sports
6%

Vodafone
3.6%

H.Samuel
7.2%

Halfords
4.5%

Cineworld
4.5%

Austin Reed
Up to 5.4%

Feather & Black
2.25%

Direct Golf
1.35%

Country Casuals
4.5%

Viyella
4.5%
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I just got this email too
I personally believe, and I may be wrong, since the start of TCB, Quidco has always struggled, they have tried a number of different things to stay popular but their poor tracking rate and yearly admin charges have put a lot of users off.

It could be the next point of revival.
its been going on for over a year i think oO
Haven't they been doing this for a while? I remember getting cashback for shopping in Sports Direct over a year ago

Edit:
http://i.imgur.com/tNQzt.jpg

Though it looks like they're not paying out for purchases at Sports Direct any more. Am wondering if paying my monthly bill instore with Vodafone would pay out...
Edited by: "jamie60509" 24th Aug 2012
I haven't been aware...Only just got the email today for the first time..
DONE THIS FOR A WHILE!!!!! CATCH UP....CATCH UP!
Its not a deal and not guaranteed.
I've received cash back for in store purchases in Dorothy Perkins.
I suppose the instore cash back will help towards the annual £5 fee that they charge. I'll be sticking with TCB with its better cash back percentages, better tracking and NO annual fee. People really should make the change over.
FaithNoMore

I suppose the instore cash back will help towards the annual £5 fee that … I suppose the instore cash back will help towards the annual £5 fee that they charge. I'll be sticking with TCB with its better cash back percentages, better tracking and NO annual fee. People really should make the change over.

I do used TCB as well..better percentage indeed
FaithNoMore

I suppose the instore cash back will help towards the annual £5 fee that … I suppose the instore cash back will help towards the annual £5 fee that they charge. I'll be sticking with TCB with its better cash back percentages, better tracking and NO annual fee. People really should make the change over.


Quidco recently blocked my account. Suspect they must have run some retrospective check on their GPS check-ins and realised I couldn't possibly have travelled 100 miles in a few minutes lol.

No loss to me. Thankfully they no longer have accurate card details either so can't steal from my store purchases.
Can you claim your cashback in Amazon vouchers yet or is that just with TopCashBack?
My sports direct haven't tracked and they won't accept claims on them now, they took ages as well on them.
No amazon vouchers yet ( I do like that with topcashback )
Worth having an account with both had quite a bit more from quidco that I wouldn't get from topcashback, swings and roundabouts ad they say.
Two halfords and a cineworld tracked for me,
I have over the past 3 years had £2137 in cash back from quidco alone, even on purchases that I should not have had, I do not have a bad word to say about the company, however the only time I tried the check-in I was in the apple store and it stated I was not, used the help button and I got the 0.10 check in amount,
This has definitely been going on for a while, what you need to do is register your card with quidco

I have been using quidco for years and have had a lot of cashback, its a great company
bigdarlodave

I have over the past 3 years had £2137 in cash back from quidco alone, … I have over the past 3 years had £2137 in cash back from quidco alone, even on purchases that I should not have had, I do not have a bad word to say about the company, however the only time I tried the check-in I was in the apple store and it stated I was not, used the help button and I got the 0.10 check in amount,



A agree, I have used Quidco for years and not had any major problems and their customer service is great if a item does not track. (They spent a good month chasing Virgin Atlantic for me when they did not pay and ended in a positive results (Over £100 in cashback)

I have a TCB account, but only used it twice and both purchases failed so sacked it off.

Also.... The instore with Quidco has been going for some time, but newer companies keep getting added.

why advertise something that everyone that has an account with quidco should already know about the instore cashback.
you wonder why its gone so cold
Edited by: "marko35" 24th Aug 2012
FaithNoMore

I suppose the instore cash back will help towards the annual £5 fee that … I suppose the instore cash back will help towards the annual £5 fee that they charge. I'll be sticking with TCB with its better cash back percentages, better tracking and NO annual fee. People really should make the change over.



Already have done and closed my quidco account. I don't care how much money they saved me, as they themselves would have earned just as much from the sales, so why they then have to then charge you £5 on top when others do it for free is beyond me.

I might have saved quite a bit but I also had to do a lot of chasing to get the cashback, and as I was with them for three years I now look at it as £15 extra I would have got with someone else!
Quidco are awful. I had an account with them and they **** me about with four very large cashback amounts. I got them eventually, but only after a lot of work!

After that I moved to TCB and have never looked back. Better website, better tracking, better CB rates and, most importantly, far better CS!

Can't believe people still use Quidco when TCB is so much better.
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