How to get the most out of quidco?

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Found 19th Mar 2008
I have recently done a few things on quidco that has made my balance shoot up, basically spending little or no money and getting more cashback than cash spent. For example I did 2 x one penny 3 month magazine trials and got £7 back each. I also signed up with coral bet deposited £10 and bet on something almost guaranteed to win and got £25 cashback (even if I had lost the bet I would have still been £15 up).

Anyway, can anyone tell me anything else like that where I can get a lump sum cashback? I might look at the other betting links on quidco. I'm also thinking things like credit cards, activating then cancelling.

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natwest home insurance (contents cover cost £70 and cashback paid £100).

amex credit card - £33.75

I got £7 just for ordering a next directory a few weeks ago

£100 for an ISA

akme;1744446

£100 for an ISA



Can you say which Isa ?

Legal & General ISAs

£110 for a genuine new account

akme;1744576

Legal & General ISAs £110 for a genuine new account


That's really good ...

it is wish id known about that! do you know if you can transfer an existing isa and still get quidco

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akme;1744446

£100 for an ISA


ISAs on quidco are unit linked ones so dont get one for the quidco alone.

what do you mean unit linked ones?

I checked out the ISA link a few months back, but didn't sign up. A few weeks later I see £100 pop up in my transcations. :? And it was validated then went into my bank :-D
Now thats what you call free money

tazxxx;1745103

I checked out the ISA link a few months back, but didn't sign up. A few … I checked out the ISA link a few months back, but didn't sign up. A few weeks later I see £100 pop up in my transcations. :? And it was validated then went into my bank :-DNow thats what you call free money



Well i will have to admit that i did the same hahaha :whistling:

akme;1745234

Well i will have to admit that i did the same hahaha :whistling:



and theres me thinking I was special :?

csiman;1745065

ISAs on quidco are unit linked ones so dont get one for the quidco alone.


I can vouch for that (undfortunately). I stuck £500 in a "safe" investment - the UK100 index. Cue yesterday when it was worth £428

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guerilla;1745069

what do you mean unit linked ones?


Your investment buys units in a managed share fund (e.g FTSE tracker!).

not a wise thing to do in the present climate of fear :thumbsup:

okay, best stay away then. thanks for the advice

and the directory costs doesnt it ? |£3.75 ?
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