Would you buy more off 'Amazon' if they offered 'Quidco'?

Even though they have dropped the delivery charge recently, for me, the answer still is 'Yes'.

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yup. i've chosen play.com many times before to save a few more pennies. every little helps...

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tut! you took the other thread down and kept this one!

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point is they dont need to give 5-10% of their profit margin away for any reason.......they have 1 of the best retail business models if not the best on the internet.

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I dont use Quidco, so irrelevant to me. Just placed 3 orders with Amazon today, so I guess the answer is. "No".

Mainly use quidco for insurance - got another £70 today... at last...

Yep. I often shop elsewhere if they have the same price and cashback.

is this a thinly veiled attempt by the site owners to get amazon to embrace quidco?

Its actually an Amazon thing, they don't permit cash back referrals but run their own affiliate scheme, seems a bizarre policy to me.

Wouldn't use it more,just better than nothing............. More importantly who has the best price after discounts etc....:thumbsup:

Not Really- but I would probably use them more, if they had more misprices!!

I too have used play.com via cashback (Quidco) because Amazon was not on there.

you can go through the Nectar website and earn Nectar points on Amazon buys

I use Amazon as i get my items next day, there service is miles better than Play
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