RAC Breakdown Cover - £28 + £23 Quidco Cashback = £5
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RAC Breakdown Cover - £28 + £23 Quidco Cashback = £5

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Found 18th Jul 2011
Get roadside assistance from just £5 for the year with the RAC! From just £28 for a policy online, covering one vehicle and get £23 cashback

quidco.com/rac…er/

- Please note cashback is only available when you buy the cover on an annual basis (i.e. cannot pay monthly)
- Exclusive: Get annual roadside assistance for just £5 a year from the RAC!
- From just £28 for a policy online, covering one vehicle and get £23 cashback
- Also available on personal, as well as vehicle cover.

This was posted last month by skuk21, but the deal expired (quidco went back down) and now its back.

hotukdeals.com/dea…494

Incase you missed the AA deal or didn't need the extra stuff, this is £2 cheaper.

I do appreciate the dependence on Quidco working, but i've never had any issue (that hasn't been resolved through an earnings enquiry)
I ordered this morning and quidco has tracked.


(Sorry if this has already been reposted).
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Great deal, I did that last year with Quidco, might have to renew!

HOT!
Slightly less with topcashback
Yeah it does work, enjoyed that last year now got AA with Topcashback
I was put off with Quidco over a LV Life Insurance debacle, eventually got my £100 after much pestering...now use TCB and am very happy
Original Poster
Not sure how breakdown cover for £5 is cold?
bigbak

Slightly less with topcashback



hotukdeals.com/dea…04/

Seems like the topcashback offer is expired now.
Edited by: "Yeager" 18th Jul 2011
I was with RAC last year would i still get this cashback??
bloydie

I was with RAC last year would i still get this cashback??



I wouldn't bet on it. The offers are normally for new customers only. I tend to alternate between the AA & RAC. Worked so far.
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Airframe

I was with RAC last year would i still get this cashback??



Not sure if you were to cancel then re-join it may work, unlikely though.

bloydie

I wouldn't bet on it. The offers are normally for new customers only. I … I wouldn't bet on it. The offers are normally for new customers only. I tend to alternate between the AA & RAC. Worked so far.



Best way of doing it.
I've been following a similar philosphy with 12month sim only mobile contracts, as o2 and vodafone periodically offered £100 cashback each year. Got to love quidco/tcb.
Rarely pays these days to be a loyal customer!
Edited by: "markwigg" 19th Jul 2011
Quidco no thanks they don't pay.
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n1ck

Quidco no thanks they don't pay.


I've earnt over £400 with them and received every penny, so not sure why you've had such problems.
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