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Samsung UE49KS7000 49" 4K HDR TV for £799.99 a possible £679.95 @ Currys
Samsung UE49KS7000 49" 4K HDR TV for £799.99 a possible £679.95 @ Currys

Samsung UE49KS7000 49" 4K HDR TV for £799.99 a possible £679.95 @ Currys

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Not sure if this will work but thought I'd post and see what people think. Base price is £799 at Currys but TCB is offering 9.1% cash back on all 4K TV's under £1000.

That's already a good deal, but I spotted on Quidco that they will double the difference if you find a better cash back rate on any other UK cash back site!

Quidco are only offering 1.65% cash back so in theory they would have to pay 14.9% cash back on this deal. That results in a final price of £679.95!?

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Let me know how you get on with that.

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Hiltron09

Let me know how you get on with that.



Skeptical? X)

craigbolton881

Skeptical? X)



I genuinely hope you get it. Very interested to know how you get on, but yes a bit skeptical!

Watch they don't catch you out on this...

'A fair usage policy operates with regards to the maximum claim value and number of claims submitted by a member. Should a member exceed the fair usage policy, Quidco reserves the right not to apply the Highest Cashback Guarantee to those claims.'

Also you have to make the purchase via QuidCo first then claim retrospectively. Don't think they would get back to you tonight and deal/TCB rate maybe gone by then. So you could miss out.

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Hiltron09

Watch they don't catch you out on this...'A fair usage policy operates … Watch they don't catch you out on this...'A fair usage policy operates with regards to the maximum claim value and number of claims submitted by a member. Should a member exceed the fair usage policy, Quidco reserves the right not to apply the Highest Cashback Guarantee to those claims.'Also you have to make the purchase via QuidCo first then claim retrospectively. Don't think they would get back to you tonight and deal/TCB rate maybe gone by then. So you could miss out.



Yeah, might just go for the TCB offer. Just saw that and thought wow haha. Not surprised they might have a way out of it, when something looks too good to be true it usually is!

I was actually looking to buy this but is kind of a gamble using quidco to double the difference. is there not away to know for sure?

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SirSousa

I was actually looking to buy this but is kind of a gamble using quidco … I was actually looking to buy this but is kind of a gamble using quidco to double the difference. is there not away to know for sure?



Terms & Conditions

An eligible purchase must first be made via Quidco before the Highest Cashback Guarantee is applied
The higher cashback rate must be identified within 72 hours of the member’s original purchase.

The higher cashback rate must originate from a UK cashback website. The Highest Cashback Guarantee is not applicable to cashback offered by product manufacturers (e.g. Canon) themselves.

The higher cashback rate must be listed on an alternate UK cashback website and be available to the greater public.

Proof of the higher cashback rate must be provided in the form of a URL which directs to the appropriate page on alternate UK cashback website.

The Highest Cashback Guarantee does not apply to offers made available by discount clubs/loyalty programmes whereby the user has to pay a monthly subscription fee to be a member, or benefits programmes that are only available to members of a certain criteria – e.g. employee benefit programmes.
The Highest Cashback Guarantee will only be applied to purchases made at retailers listed on Quidco.

The Highest Cashback Guarantee will not be applied to insurance and broadband purchases made through Quidco Compare.

Quidco reserves the right to reject claims if suitable proof cannot be supplied that a higher cashback rate was advertised on an alternate UK cashback website within the specified timeframe and according to our T&Cs.

Any increases will only be applied to the advertised rates and will not include "Top-Up" or "Bonus cashback" increases available on other UK cashback sites.

Quidco will double the difference of the cashback rate offered by a rival UK cashback site (for example if a rate of 8% is advertised by a retailer on Quidco and 10% is offered elsewhere by that same retailer with the same stipulations, Quidco will increase the cashback by 4%, thereby upping the total cashback rate to 12%)

Quidco’s ‘double the difference’ Highest Cashback Guarantee will be applied to all retailers aside from those in the following categories: travel, utilities, finance, insurance, telecoms, subscription services, gambling, bingo, casino, poker and sportsbook.

In the aforementioned categories a maximum 10% top up will be applied to retailer rates. In these cases we will beat the advertised cashback rate on a rival UK cashback site by 10% (for example, 10% will be increased to 11%)

A fair usage policy operates with regards to the maximum claim value and number of claims submitted by a member. Should a member exceed the fair usage policy, Quidco reserves the right not to apply the Highest Cashback Guarantee to those claims.

All information on the page correct as of November 23 2016 - 17:15

Original Poster

It is a gamble. If it didn't work I'd be gutted I missed out on the 9.1% offer from TCB.
Edited by: "craigbolton881" 28th Nov 2016

As part of their cyber week deals Quidco have 10% bonus on electronic purchases from currys I believe. So quidco would be 11.65%

where is the 9.1% offer from TCB??

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canitrunbattlefield

where is the 9.1% offer from TCB??



Ended on Cyber Monday midnight. No longer available I'm afraid!

tommymcelroy

As part of their cyber week deals Quidco have 10% bonus on electronic … As part of their cyber week deals Quidco have 10% bonus on electronic purchases from currys I believe. So quidco would be 11.65%



No 10% top up. Taking the rate from 1.5% to 1.65%.
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