POSSIBLE £126 IN TESCO CLUBCARD VALUE! Cut your energy bill & grab £42 cashback (gas & elec) £1200 @ TCB
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POSSIBLE £126 IN TESCO CLUBCARD VALUE! Cut your energy bill & grab £42 cashback (gas & elec) £1200 @ TCB

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Found 12th Jun 2015
£1200 being my estimate of a typical family house heating bill over the year.

This one takes 2 or 3 minutes.

Click on link, fill in your details, choose a cheaper fuel deal, let Simply Switch do the work whilst you collect £42 cashback.

You can convert this into £126 of Tesco clubcard points.

OVO fixed looks good with no exit penalties. So you could switch again later if you see a better deal.

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Cash back not guaranteed
This is going to be freezing

If you don't want the worry that it won't track most duel fuels are available with £30 cash back on MSE and you can sign up to get alerts when prices go up. Can't get away with TCB myself anymore nothing ever seems to track even with the clear cookies or different browser, no issues with quidco and others gave reported having the same issues

snoopy18

Cash back not guaranteed This is going to be freezing



And won't help with putting in the price the Op pays
Edited by: "eslick" 12th Jun 2015

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eslick

If you don't want the worry that it won't track most duel fuels are … If you don't want the worry that it won't track most duel fuels are available with £30 cash back on MSE and you can sign up to get alerts when prices go up. Can't get away with TCB myself anymore nothing ever seems to track even with the clear cookies or different browser, no issues with quidco and others gave reported having the same issues



I think I'd rather have £42 than £30. Never had a problem with TCB tracking.

Plus no other cashback provider allows you to convert to Tesco clubcard points or Avios with 5% bonus on top.

On a 3x deal (Tesco clubcard) this £42 = £126 in rewards.

That's a lot of pizzas.

bob99999

That's a lot of pizzas.



You could build a hut with many.

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http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/3/3a/Pizza_Hut_Logo.jpg

Without commenting on the merits of the deal, you shouldn't be putting Tesco clubcard points in as a possible reward, especially multiplying it. There's a limit of £50 to convert per year, in any case.
Edited by: "Ashe" 12th Jun 2015

bob99999

Why would you conclude I pay that? The English is clear enough.



Firstly welcome to Hotukdeals always good to have a new member trying to save cash.

To answer your question its probably because you updated the title and changed the wording to an average house, but hey could be wrong.

£42 is a good amount of cash and yes £12 is a good bit extra over £30 but if it doesn't track and they turn your claim down then £30 is better than nothing as has been said before cash back isn't guaranteed however MSE £30 is.

Sorry you couldn't take someone adding comments you can't agree with, but as a new member you do realise that everyone is here to help save people money.
Edited by: "eslick" 12th Jun 2015

bob99999

Just heating up


Been loads in press lately that some of these companies tell you that`s a better deal elsewhere just to get the commission .
Hoping you`re not working your way through tcb
Edited by: "snoopy18" 12th Jun 2015

bob99999

To the people voting this -45 degrees: lolWe made the money



Don't know when to quite my friend, another piece of advice to a newbie, don't keep posting on your own thread it just makes you look desperate.

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Anybody who hasn't switched fuels for a year should do the comparison as prices have gone down quite a lot in the recent past.

What are the tariffs though? I am surprised at the lack of mention of tariffs. The end of the day, it's the tariffs that count.

A lot of comparison websites are influenced by the commissions they get - they are not interested in getting you a fair deal!

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The tariffs are there if you look. They also show your annual saving vs existing tariff.

If you want an independent comparison first, try MSE or telegraph.co.uk/fin…ri/

42 in cash back converts to 4200 clubcard points by the way

Original Poster Banned

TCB extended the date to 21 June - get in there

Original Poster Banned

TCB deals seem to be OK

Original Poster Banned

Simply Switch deal still offering £42 cashbacktoday & the deadline date seems to have disappeared.

Easiest £42 you will ever make, takes 2 mins
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