Virgin Media Bundle on quidco £80 cashback + £50 Credit. £32pm x 12 months = £384 cost (pre-cashback)
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Virgin Media Bundle on quidco £80 cashback + £50 Credit. £32pm x 12 months = £384 cost (pre-cashback)

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Found 2nd Jul 2017
£32 pm - £80 quidco cashback - £50 Credit from the web chat salesguy. works out Effectively £22.9 pm for 12 months.
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care to explain the £50 credit more? thanks.
£50 is credited to your account
robbing ba@@@@@s
I don't believe the cashback works with the sales credit as the sale will be attributed to the sales agent (for them to get their commission rather than Quidco), but I may be wrong ?
Got the Full House, 100MB, BT Sports, ESPN, weekend calls for £52 via Quidco and £220 cashback tracked which works out £404/£33.50 a month which is much cheaper than BT for half the speed for BT Sports and much better/channel choice of a deal than £80 for the Player Bundle. Sorry this is cold!
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seaniboy

Got the Full House, 100MB, BT Sports, ESPN, weekend calls for £52 via … Got the Full House, 100MB, BT Sports, ESPN, weekend calls for £52 via Quidco and £220 cashback tracked which works out £404/£33.50 a month which is much cheaper than BT for half the speed for BT Sports and much better/channel choice of a deal than £80 for the Player Bundle. Sorry this is cold!


Why Would I pay £11 pm more when I hardly ever use the extra channels in the TV
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aaronhkh

care to explain the £50 credit more? thanks.


£50 is reduced from your bills, effectively eliminate first and almost second bill
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happymanuk

I don't believe the cashback works with the sales credit as the sale will … I don't believe the cashback works with the sales credit as the sale will be attributed to the sales agent (for them to get their commission rather than Quidco), but I may be wrong ?


I saw £50 credit being applied and got tracking £80 into my quidco account
anand_dk10 h, 0 m ago

Why Would I pay £11 pm more when I hardly ever use the extra channels in …Why Would I pay £11 pm more when I hardly ever use the extra channels in the TV


?The Player package has no 'extra' non terrestrial channels
anand_dk

I saw £50 credit being applied and got tracking £80 into my quidco account



Use this code B0NUS50
The £50 doesn't get automatically applied
You have to type the code the above code manually and not the code provided by vouchercode which would not work
naheemhussainuk

Use this code B0NUS50The £50 doesn't get automatically appliedYou have to … Use this code B0NUS50The £50 doesn't get automatically appliedYou have to type the code the above code manually and not the code provided by vouchercode which would not work


And you can use this code with the quidco offer of £80
So let me get this straight. The OP saves you money, which is the aim of this site and it gets slated / voted cold?
As I look at it, none of the people who reply to these posts like Sky, BT or Virgin.
Makes you wonder what they watch or who they get their broadband supplied by.

People who moan about an over-subscribed area. Leave them. If your speed is so bad you can walk out of a contract. EU legislation, now endorsed by OFCOM.
When you all had fibre and Virgin, count yourselves lucky. Our village got done 2 years ago and it's 30Mb max.
Virgin are only just doing their Lightning Project here and this is a GOOD POST.

Final tip on voting. If it's saving money on the original or standard bills, vote it hot.
Don't put your personal feelings into what a company provides. It's about saving money ffs
No personal referrals allowed on HUKD
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