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Cashback is a service that rewards shoppers financially every time they make an online purchase. Although it sounds too good to be true, millions of pounds are handed over to UK shoppers as cashback every day, and anyone who wants to find the latest cashback rebates can find all of them at HotUKDeals.
Cashback is a service that rewards shoppers financially every time they make an online purchase. Although it sounds too good to be true, millions of pounds are handed over to UK shoppers as cashback every day, and anyone who wants to find the latest cashback rebates can find all of them at HotUKDeals.
Cashback is a service that rewards shoppers financially every time they make an online purchase. Although it sounds too good to be true, millions of pounds are handed over to UK shoppers as cashback every day, and anyone who wants to find the latest cashback rebates can find all of them at HotUKDeals. Read more
The best credit card deals for September 2017
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Top credit card deals September 2017 Free £25 for getting HSBC Credit card, use it once in 60 days. HERE . £25.25 cashback just for having a Barclaycard No Fee Platinum 25 M… Read more
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What I’m looking for is a credit card that has a decent 20 month plus on 0% spending but with also cashback like £25 , because it’s rare to get both , you usually only get 1 or the other .
Providing you know how to use them credit cards are fine. Personally I’ve used them to improve credit rating, credit card protection etc never had an issue and always pay it off in full. It’s the people who spend spend spend without any thinking that need to stop using credit cards.
cocogumbo59 m ago

I don't think it's a question of intellect for either of the above …I don't think it's a question of intellect for either of the above comments; those who are "lacking the ability to manage their money" - it's the probability of circumstance. It's all well and good if you have a regular income but what if you get made redundant tomorrow? What if you have a terrible accident and can no longer work? You'd probably wished you'd saved up and paid outright for something, not stuck it on a credit card. Just my opinion. Also - by saying whether you're "smart" enough or "lack self control" could be quite insulting to other HUKD members. Maybe consider others circumstances before posting.. the saying if you have nothing nice to say, don't say it at all springs to mind.



Seriously? Did you actually read our posts?

Using something wisely requires wisdom. Using something intelligently requires intelligence. Those who understand interest earn it, those that don't pay it.

The way I've suggested to use this does not involve getting into actual debt - simply holding more funds in savings account(s) that you could use to pay off the credit card in an instant. Literally will have no negative impact should you become redundant or can no longer work - in fact it would put you in a better position as it would give you access to more funds should you need it, plus the extra interest you'd earn.

Sure, if you just want to get this because you decided you need to have the latest iPhone that you can't afford, then this is a bad idea, as I stated (no self control or lack any understanding of money - totally fair and just, I'm not saying it in a nasty way, just saying it how it is).

There may be a case that you find yourself in a difficult situation and need credit to feed your family - it happens. This is a reasonable way to do it, so long as - like I said - you understand money and pay it back.


But of course - all credit cards are evil, should never be used by anyone and should be banned forever.
Re: The deal itself, it's worth noting that Barclaycard and Sainsburys have 2% or 2.5% minimum repayments, which actually becomes quite singificant over the lifetime of these deals versus the 1% you get with some other lenders. If it's fee free then it's not such a worry, but if you're paying 1-3% handling fee you want to have more than half of the balance still remaining at the end of the term if you're looking at this as a stooze.

Of course, if it's just to manage short-term cashflow problems, then a higher minimum repayment may suit you.
cocogumbo1 h, 10 m ago

I don't think it's a question of intellect for either of the above …I don't think it's a question of intellect for either of the above comments; those who are "lacking the ability to manage their money" - it's the probability of circumstance. It's all well and good if you have a regular income but what if you get made redundant tomorrow? What if you have a terrible accident and can no longer work? You'd probably wished you'd saved up and paid outright for something, not stuck it on a credit card. Just my opinion. Also - by saying whether you're "smart" enough or "lack self control" could be quite insulting to other HUKD members. Maybe consider others circumstances before posting.. the saying if you have nothing nice to say, don't say it at all springs to mind.


I also think phrases like "Save up for the things you want. Cold" are quite condescending too, which is what lea to my reply. Maybe consider others' circumstances before posting.. Not everyone's circumstances allow for that either,, life can throw horrible unforeseeable curveballs to us or to our nearest and dearest. Or some people may have saved up and wish to offset their savings. Your post itself is implying that HUKD members are not able to use it other than as a ticket to debt.

I get tired of the CC haters tarring every deal with the same brush - often it's a blanket response from people who don't understand how they can be judiciously used to their advantage, which is what prompted my own response.
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£2.50 cashback for everybody on £10 spend @ TCB this weekend
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Just get over £10 after VAT, P&P. So, for example, £10 on Ebay books free postage would count, even several lower-priced books in your basket paid for with one PayPal transacti… Read more
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AndyRoyd20 m ago

Maybe you meant "affiliate" in your original comment? I don't know.


referral / affiliate both are marketing and income generating.
AndyRoyd18 m ago

This is a dull exchange of opinion.


One that you initiated, with an incorrect comment.

utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=TCB Newsletter&AFFID=249371&utm_source=www.digidip.net&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=affiliate&awc=2459_1519485405_ee05207f043984337db0c0a6d4f4968b was after the url, similar happens from deal links. but never from comment links, unless done by poster.
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Harley_Mick24 m ago

Just looked and you are wrong.


This is a dull exchange of opinion. Every link clicked on this site is referred from this site. Maybe you meant "affiliate" in your original comment? I don't know. It's so dull I'm out.
AndyRoyd3 m ago

The source is irrelevant, all outgoing links are referrals. Maybe you …The source is irrelevant, all outgoing links are referrals. Maybe you meant the comment link was a personal referral, that would itself subsequently be tagged with a HUKD referral?


Just looked and you are wrong.
AndyRoyd1 m ago

The source is irrelevant, all outgoing links are referrals. Maybe you …The source is irrelevant, all outgoing links are referrals. Maybe you meant the comment link was a personal referral, that would itself subsequently be tagged with a HUKD referral?


It wasn't a hukd referral, and I've only seen hukd referral code on deal links, never on comments
£10 back a purchase of £30 or more at Iceland @ HSBC Visa offer
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Nice little offer popping up on my HSBC Visa Reward thingie where I can get £10 back on a spend of £30 or more at iceland.co.uk. Shows valid till 09/03 on my account. For Ice… Read more
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matwalaboy1 m ago

This £10 off is from HSBC as long as you spend £30 or more - it would be f …This £10 off is from HSBC as long as you spend £30 or more - it would be fine, which means with the voucher you have if you bought a total of £36 items - i.e. actually then paying £30 on your HSBC card - it will pay out.


Thank you
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Penny1.22 m ago

I have had a £6 off voucher sent via email from Iceland would this work …I have had a £6 off voucher sent via email from Iceland would this work with the £10 off would anyone know?


This £10 off is from HSBC as long as you spend £30 or more - it would be fine, which means with the voucher you have if you bought a total of £36 items - i.e. actually then paying £30 on your HSBC card - it will pay out.
I have had a £6 off voucher sent via email from Iceland would this work with the £10 off would anyone know?
I did this a few weeks back, you can still get 12.5% topcashback as you don't need to click through to activate this offer.
You do sometimes get offers repeating but best to check on your account to see which ones are available. I had this Iceland one appear last month and used it and it is not available to me anymore.
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£90 cashback from Beagle Street Life Insurance for policies £5.01 and above @TCB - life insurance on top!
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Expires tomorrow. You need to make 4x monthly payments to get the £90. If you get a quote, you will see it is easy to toggle the monthly premium so that you just manage to get over… Read more
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luvsadealdealdeal3 h, 47 m ago

just bide your time, should be back in a couple of weeks, it was on Quidco …just bide your time, should be back in a couple of weeks, it was on Quidco 2 weeks ago, TCB this week, I bet it will be rinse & repeat


Thanks buddy
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roadie30 m ago

damn


just bide your time, should be back in a couple of weeks, it was on Quidco 2 weeks ago, TCB this week, I bet it will be rinse & repeat
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roadie39 m ago

Thought this expires tomorrow?It's 55 cashback now..


yep expired a couple of hours ago
Thought this expires tomorrow?

It's 55 cashback now..
Surface laptop 8gb ram 128ssd core i5 decent discount £971.10 with student pricing + quidco cashback at Microsoft Store
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For some reason, members of the public can only buy the surface laptop with a configuration of 4gb ram and 128gb ssd or 8gb and 256ssd most people wouldn't spend that much and only… Read more
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The xaomi is over 15"screen tho? Prefer the 13. 5" form factor
daBluone5 h, 19 m ago

Awesome thanks. Sorry few more questions: Any custom fees? If it shipped …Awesome thanks. Sorry few more questions: Any custom fees? If it shipped from Europe what country? (asking incase it needs to be returned as they dont offer free returns).US keyboard?Did it come with power plug adaptor?


you will more than likely get charged customs fees, but take ou the customs fees insurance for about £14 i think. if you do get charged customs, pay them and you can claim them back from light in the box. i did not get charged customs in this case.

shipped from china

and it is US keyboard, however its the same keyboard as the macbook except for me it has dollar sign instead of pound sign.
not a problem, i used microsofts keyboard layout editor (free) and just edited the dollar sign to gbp, created an installer, installed as a new custom language and job done.

unfortunatly the xiaomi`s all come with foreign charger, but you get an adaptor. if you dont like this you can get any usb-c type charger but it must support 20volt @ 2.5amp or above, the apple macbook usb-c charger (61watt) should do it as it outputs at 20v / 3.95amp IIRC.

anker do a charger the "PowerPort+ 5 USB-C with power deliver" this will not work with it, very good charger but the usb-c @20 volts only gives 1.5amps so no good.
Hah that dirty alcantara reminded me of people buying "vintage-look" clothes or ripped up jeans surely a feature not a bug
I've had a surface book for about 2 years as part of my job as a software engineer and it's the best laptop I've had ... and I've had the picked of Dells, Samsung and Apple.
thecheekymonkey4 h, 59 m ago

Light in the box via topcashback (10%)Ordered and took 3 days for delivery …Light in the box via topcashback (10%)Ordered and took 3 days for delivery lol


Awesome thanks.

Sorry few more questions:

Any custom fees?

If it shipped from Europe what country? (asking incase it needs to be returned as they dont offer free returns).

US keyboard?

Did it come with power plug adaptor?
Edited by: "daBluone" 9 h, 2 m ago
World Lottery Club - Free lottery betting (worldwide) and £3.50 cashback, e.g. US Powerball £372M jackpot instead of the actual £175M
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Right, first things first: 1.This is lottery betting. Click here to find out how lottery betting works https://www.worldlotteryclub.com/en/what-is-lottery-betting 2. Assuming … Read more
Not voting either way, but be aware that these types of companies usually pay out in the same manner as the US equivalent lottery, so they will deduct the equivalent of US taxes meaning that the jackpot is probably about 65% of the headline amount.

If you want in a lump sum you will also have a reduced payout on top of that like they do in the US, I think it is about 60% so the jackpot as a lump sum would end up being about £145m - obviously still great if you win but not quite as great as the headline suggests.

I also think (though I might be wrong) that this one says that jackpots over £50m are paid out as £10 up front and then 19 annual payments.

If it's a free bet with cashback then no harm done I guess, but just make sure you go in with your eyes open.
Scottc12310 m ago

Gambling is for losers.


Recent posts indicate most HUKDers generally feel the same! Gladdens my heart. Gambling's a mug's game!
Gambling is for losers.
I love it when I see my Balls Drop.!
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NOW Broadband via QUIDCO cashback @NOWTV from £18/month (= ~£14/month!)
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IMPORTANT!!! You must purchase via QUIDCO to maximise the discounts described NOW have been offering Broadband (basic & fiber) for a while. They currently have some discoun… Read more
Good deal, but Sky Broadband customers should quote Vodafone Fibre at £20, I told them I had unlimited data on my mobile on Virgin that’s faster than Sky so where could they meet me and I went from £9.50 offer that’s finishing this month to £10 a month


If you are a Sky customer moving to Now there should be no charges just a switch over date as it is Sky, ask for them to be refunded.

NOW, be aware though support is live chat - no use if broadband is down and you rely on Wifi Calling!

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roehampton7 h, 23 m ago

I tried yesterday but they were firm not to give me my existing deal again …I tried yesterday but they were firm not to give me my existing deal again but to increase it for £18 extra



I get 200+ Mb speed so will probably stick with them -
sam19701 h, 2 m ago

That's bad news for me. I was planning to call virgin this weekend as …That's bad news for me. I was planning to call virgin this weekend as contact is up for renewal and I was hoping to keep the same deal...£15/month for 50 mb including line rental


I was paying £43 for 150mb broad., tv, telephone any time, but now they want £58. And I even threaten to leave them but they couldn't care less, so I have to look somewhere else.
roehampton2 h, 13 m ago

I tried yesterday but they were firm not to give me my existing deal again …I tried yesterday but they were firm not to give me my existing deal again but to increase it for £18 extra


That's bad news for me. I was planning to call virgin this weekend as contact is up for renewal and I was hoping to keep the same deal...£15/month for 50 mb including line rental
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I was tempted for fibre but currently only pay 8.50 for skysports on talktalk
Yorkshire building society: Five-year fix 1.84%, £1,495 fee, £250 cashback, 75% LTV
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Yorkshire building society has re-vamped its mortgage range. One of the standout products is this: Five-year fix at 1.84% Fee £1,495 Cashback £250 (in effect this reduces the f… Read more
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Be aware that they are one of the lenders who do get you to pay solictors fees. They aren't obvious anywhere in comparison engines, but they do come up in the application. Basically another £500 of fees right there. Their 1.74% on 65% LTV is still just about worth it for us though.
Got a 1.99% on a five year fix on 9 years with a low LTV with no fees at all with First direct , been 12 days since moved in and cried every day especially today had a look for the first time of our sold house on Whitgates.
probably worth including the below additional costs:

1) £90 Payable on mortgage redemption
2) standard valuation fee of £390
Apple iPhone 8 64GB Unlimited mins and texts, 16GB data FREE phone £43 per month (£39 a month after cashback) 24m @ MobilePhonesDirect
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Seen this deal for the latest iPhone Looks decent even though its Vodafone Unlimited mins and texts and 16GB data, more than enough with Wifi everywhere nowadays Free handset, … Read more
iibdii16 h, 41 m ago

I'm android lover but this is best ipx deal I have ever seen. If I was …I'm android lover but this is best ipx deal I have ever seen. If I was into iPhones I would have get that. Heat added as two minuses makes a plus (apple and voda)


It's an 8, not an X
I wish the network had been in the title rather than in the middle of the description
I'm android lover but this is best ipx deal I have ever seen. If I was into iPhones I would have get that. Heat added as two minuses makes a plus (apple and voda)
"Free phone" delusional
Good deal, but no such thing as a free phone (only pointed it out as it's in capitals)
Potentially: 6 free tickets  (headline cost £15) on Euromillions via Topcashback for new players on Lottoland, free if/ when cashback £15.75 gets paid
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Euromillions tickets cost £2.50 each, so 6x = £15. Cashback would be £15.75, making your tickets free after cashback. Players must be 18 or over and physically located in the UK or… Read more
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As said before this is Lotto Betting - and can be dodgy in terms of winning the big ticket lottos. Would advise against it personally.
I did the groupon lottoland & won ! So when registering you have to send a scan of your drivers license to verify identity, I never got a response , emails went unanswered, their was no way I could claim my winnings
Never paid cashback how can trust with my cash
damn this sounds dodgy now
"What is Lotto Betting?← About Lottoland
Lotto betting is placing a bet on the outcome of an official lottery draw.At Lottoland you are placing bets on the outcome of lotteries instead of entering official lottery draws.

You are able to bet on the outcome of various official lottery draws from around the world at Lottoland. For instance, with specific regard to EuroMillions, you are betting on the outcome of the draw that takes place in Paris every Tuesday and Friday."

"Are my winnings taxable?

Lottoland are pleased to confirm that you do not pay any tax on your winnings when you claim them from Lottoland. However, you are responsible for paying any taxes due to your own Government when depositing into your Bank Account. In the case of any large win Lottoland would suggest that you seek Independent Financial Advice."


"EU Lotto Limited, is a company registered in Gibraltar with company number 109514. Our address is Suite A, Ocean Village Promenade, Ocean Village, Gibraltar GX11 1AA. EU Lotto is licensed by the Government of Gibraltar and regulated by the Gibraltar Gambling Commissioner under the Gibraltar Gambling Act 2005 (Licence: RGL 085 & 066), and is licensed and regulated by the Gambling Commission of Great Britain for customers in Great Britain (Licence: 000-038991-R-319408-005). EU Lotto Limited has a Remote Bookmaker’s Licence issued by the Irish National Excise Licence Office (Reference Number 1011284) for lotto betting activities in the Republic of Ireland. "
Asda cashback credit card – 1% cashback on Asda spend, 0.5% elsewhere
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This is a nice little deal for people who regularly shop at Asda. The Asda cashback credit card offers: 1% cashback on all Asda spend, including Asda stores, Living, Grocery Hom… Read more
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'cashback in Asda vouchers'... Rubbish
They have just announced that they will be decreasing the cash back related to other purchases from this what I remember to 0.2%.
firstofficer22nd Feb

Cheaper to shop in Lidl on a day to day basis.Just my tuppence worth..



Indeed tell me when i can order my food online with them and i will switch stright away
johnson148122nd Feb

The cash back of 0.5% on all other purchases is only until the 13th April. …The cash back of 0.5% on all other purchases is only until the 13th April. After then it drops to 0.2%


Thanks for the heads-up. Just got my statement and no mention of that.
I will be looking for another credit card as rarely shop in Asda.
Sometimes these 'deals' end up being negative marketing
Pay £3/month and have 2% back at Asda and 1% everywhere else. It's worth it if you're a big spenda' !!!
Extra £10 cashback ends 28th @ quidco
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Activate the offer using get deal, and hey presto, maybe account specific
Not eligible, now there's a surprise. As £10 is quite a lot of bonus cashback for a regular shop, few will qualify.

To be fair, quidco have been ok for me of late in terms of paying out and have actually honoured my £2.50 cashback bonuses touch wood, if anything have found them slightly better than TCB...
not valid for me
Razer phone + 12gb unlimited texts/mins Three £769 + possible cashback £65 @ Three
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American keyboard sorry, no pound symbols ;) I thought this seemed a decent deal Currently you can get the razer phone for 30 a month with 49 one off. which means you get the si… Read more
the phone is amazing for the price, managed to get hold of this deal and don't regret it at all. it's hardly over priced
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actually i've just noticed this has already been posted.
I really don't understand why people buy the Razor phone, it's ridiculously overpriced
Apparently at the weekend this was a flash deal. Really puts me off the network these fake deals. Not your fault though OP and seems a reasonable price.
Magnifica ESAM2600 Bean to Cup Coffee Machine £161.10 w/ code + £20 AO cashback @ AO
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Best price I have seen for this bean to cup machine - use code 10OFFB2C to get for £161.10 Plus the product has £20 AO cashback which you can get directly from AO within 21 days… Read more
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adsham1 h, 44 m ago

Great, did you receive an email for the £20 cashback out of interest?


Filled in details that were attached to invoice email, can take up to 21 days to be paid
ukwomble21 h, 4 m ago

Just received mine, using lidl Italian blend beans, think I'll be bouncing …Just received mine, using lidl Italian blend beans, think I'll be bouncing off the ceiling by the end of the night, great tasting coffee and machine a bargain


Great, did you receive an email for the £20 cashback out of interest?
Just received mine, using lidl Italian blend beans, think I'll be bouncing off the ceiling by the end of the night, great tasting coffee and machine a bargain
ukwomble23 h, 10 m ago

Just called regarding my order and although the code has expired they …Just called regarding my order and although the code has expired they still honoured it for me, top customer service from AO


Didnt do it for me-not so good customer service.
shepademus1 h, 25 m ago

Don't drink or smoke, so if drinking three coffees a day is my vice - i'll …Don't drink or smoke, so if drinking three coffees a day is my vice - i'll take it.


Coffee, a vice?
How very dare you call it a vice! Ahaha
Three through Quidco - 12GB Data, u/l texts and calls - 12 month sim only contract. £60 cashback through Quidco exclusive £168 - £60 = £108 or £9/month
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Switcheroo! Previously this was through TCB, but now Quidco (which you must go through for cashback). Three Advanced Plan. 12GB Data. All-You-Can-Eat Minutes. All-You-Can-E… Read more
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MissingRT5 h, 52 m ago

If you are already with three is there a way to keep your number and sign …If you are already with three is there a way to keep your number and sign up for this (I’m now outside contract, have my own phone)


Yes - transfer your number out (request PAC which starts 30 days notice), then transfer it back to the new contract. You cannot get the deal direct from Three and cannot transfer 3 contract to 3 contract.
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mspychala1 h, 27 m ago

Same here. Does the vodafone deal include spotify or nowtv?


No.
mspychala54 m ago

Same here. Does the vodafone deal include spotify or nowtv?


This deal doesn’t include either of those. Mobiles.co.uk are doing a deal on Vodafone for 25gb data for £16 a month after redemption cashback and is on the Vodafone entertainment package which does include 12 months Spotify, Now tv or Sky Sports
stargunner19th Feb

Need to get a new deal as my £4 deal with EE from last year ends in less …Need to get a new deal as my £4 deal with EE from last year ends in less than a month. Got pac code today because EE could only offer me £15 for 10gb. Considering this 3 deal or a vodafone one from mobiles.co.uk because you can get 8gb for £9 after cashback or 20gb for £12 after cashback


Same here. Does the vodafone deal include spotify or nowtv?
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If you are already with three is there a way to keep your number and sign up for this (I’m now outside contract, have my own phone)
HP 8710 Officejet Pro -£115 (£55 after cashback) and £3.83 quidco @ HP
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£55 after cashback and £51.17 after quidco 3 Year Warranty Hurry only Few left! Also can use instant ink, no free trial though Only a few left my quidco confirmed £3.83 and i also … Read more
anyone have experiance of this and the 8728 ? which a is a little bit more but has 4 +2+1 months ink deal too...
If anyone gets this and wants to use Scan to Email with Hotmail/Live/Outlook then (on Virgin Media at least) you'll have to change the DNS in the printer settings to something like Google's 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4

No DNS issue with Gmail though, you just have to change settings in Gmail to allow "Access for less secure apps".
LOL..just about. It is BIG!
robs128 m ago

Got one of these in September for £15 when they were doing the trade in …Got one of these in September for £15 when they were doing the trade in deal. Not taken out of the box yet...damn hotUKdeals!


Must be a big box! Could you live in it?
Got one of these in September for £15 when they were doing the trade in deal.
Not taken out of the box yet...damn hotUKdeals!
Unlimited Infinity 52mb , Free BT sport for 18months  £539 (Potential £320 with Cashback etc)
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Unlimited Infinity Broadband 52mb, this isnt subject to Speed reduction unlike other BT services and Virgin Media, Free BT sport for 18 months, £150 Reward Card when you claim for… Read more
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chrismc200505 h, 47 m ago

I got £80 from quidco as per picture below. And as i have sky, i never …I got £80 from quidco as per picture below. And as i have sky, i never thought of anyone else. Free sports if u want join bt tv as well. I was paying olusnet £20 month for unlimited broadband. It works cheaper for me at Around £17 month for me in cash terms with this deal and i get free sport for 18months[Image]


Good to hear, what did you pay per month on your order please as the landing page from Quidco is higher than mentioned above?
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PS. CASHBACK through quidco and tcb work on cookies so aslong as you visit through there link but finish the mse deal through bt webpage you will get the cashback
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I got £80 from quidco as per picture below. And as i have sky, i never thought of anyone else. Free sports if u want join bt tv as well. I was paying olusnet £20 month for unlimited broadband. It works cheaper for me at Around £17 month for me in cash terms with this deal and i get free sport for 18months33280045-vDm4v.jpg
Pateo9 m ago

I'm dammed if I see how that would work, once you've gone via mse link at …I'm dammed if I see how that would work, once you've gone via mse link at £29.99 for 52mb fibre, then start tcb or Quidco link your previous mse link doesn't show up in the tcb/Quidco links, as it's different affiliated offers specific to those individual affiliated links! I tried looking at combining mse and tcb/Quidco yesterday but it just wouldn't work, ended up purchasing the mse link.


That is why I asked the question, as the Op mentioned the lower package price and the higher Cashback rate, so I was asking how this can be achieved please. On other sites in the past it is the package (eg infinity 1) that is tracking, not the price actually paid (it worked this way previously with mobile phone deals according to some comments on here). I don’t know for BT, hence asking for clarification here.
Anon17 m ago

To get this price, do you follow the MSE link (or the link above) to get …To get this price, do you follow the MSE link (or the link above) to get the package price to show correctly on BT at £29.99 per month, add that to your basket. Then follow the link from TCB to BT, before then continuing/finalising your original checkout? On the basis of the last link used tracking for Cashback, TCB should then get the Cashback not MSE? Cashback from TCB and Quidco used to be in addition to any deal showing on sites, now some companies are offering different deals through Cashback sites (sometimes inferior) and in some cases factoring in the Cashback.


I'm dammed if I see how that would work, once you've gone via mse link at £29.99 for 52mb fibre, then start tcb or Quidco link your previous mse link doesn't show up in the tcb/Quidco links, as it's different affiliated offers specific to those individual affiliated links! I tried looking at combining mse and tcb/Quidco yesterday but it just wouldn't work, ended up purchasing the mse link.
Edited by: "Pateo" 17th Feb
Topcashback £2.50 bonus cashback on £10 spend this weekend (could be account specific)
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Just got this on an email from TCB. Likely to be account specific (per T&C's). Please check your emails and TCB account. During this promotion members of TopCashback are able… Read more
If you are eligible you would get an email . If you tried to be clever and used a separate spam email to register ( or registered with an email you never check ) then you ain't going to see the offer email .

I had the same offer last weekend. Both my £11 Ebay purchase and the £2.50 bonus have tracked.
I use a separate browser just for quidco and topcashback to ensure there are never any tracking problems.
these targeted TCB promotions are very cost efficient for them

no bugger knows about, is eligible for or uses the offer so it costs them nothing
Not eligable
Heat for these words: Likely to be account specific (per T&C's).

Thanks, OP - and for the honesty.
Not me I'm afraid. TCB know that there is an issue with TCB and Asda, they are aware of my claim but won't do anything to hurry the claim up. They just keep fobbing me off with flannel.
£15 quidco cashback on Hungryhouse for new members only
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As above. don't know whether they'll pay it within 2 weeks though. only for new members
Get dealGet deal
Mmmm I've made over £1k on Quidco with strong success rate. Maybe you are using voucher codes on top?
burblepop17 m ago

Hmm... I've never had any problems with quidco. Always seem to pay as …Hmm... I've never had any problems with quidco. Always seem to pay as expected. Including all the £2.50 bonuses leading upto Christmas.


I’ve been waiting since November for Quidco to pay a deal out, every other deal, even for low amounts, has been rejected for no reason. I wouldn’t touch them again.
replicant6954 m ago

Because they are scum! Scammers..... they never honoured my payments, …Because they are scum! Scammers..... they never honoured my payments, never honoured their own email on a payback if you purchased something with the month they were offering. Despite 4 email complaints stating they were looking into the issue, not a single response! Closed my account, don't waste your time personally! They will cash in on your transactions but rarely ever reward you and honour a payback! I'm sure that's why cold, untrustworthy company!


Hmm... I've never had any problems with quidco. Always seem to pay as expected. Including all the £2.50 bonuses leading upto Christmas.
burblepop13 m ago

Why is everyone downvoting? Sounds good deal to me.


Because they are scum! Scammers..... they never honoured my payments, never honoured their own email on a payback if you purchased something with the month they were offering. Despite 4 email complaints stating they were looking into the issue, not a single response! Closed my account, don't waste your time personally! They will cash in on your transactions but rarely ever reward you and honour a payback!
I'm sure that's why cold, untrustworthy company!
Why is everyone downvoting? Sounds good deal to me.
Quidco: Up to £510 quidco cashback for taking life insurance with Beagle Street.
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Only available for the next 12 hours so be quick. OK, it's Quidco so not guaranteed but may be worth a punt for the lowest cover- £5pm pays £90. You have to make 6 monthly payments… Read more
m1chaels7 m ago

8 montha x 30 = 240, 370 cb...big investment though....


not difficult to get your premium to £5 & a few pennies, go thru TCB & invoke the highest cashback g'tee for £90...
8 montha x 30 = 240, 370 cb...big investment though....
Original Poster
Wasn't looking for heat. Nobody in their right mind would post a Quidco deal for that reason. But ... you are getting life cover for a very good price and, if Quidco pays out, you end up in pocket. Whichever way you cut it, that's a great deal.
cheers OP

easy money
I will say that Beagle Street are a decent insurer though. No complaint regarding their service, just Quidco as usual.
Aunt Bessie's apple pie £1 at Tesco, Morrison's and Iceland + 50p TCB in store cashback
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Aunt Bessie's apple pie is currently £1 in Tesco, Morrison's and Iceland with 50p cashback via TCB making the price 50p after cashback.
nikkip1315th Feb

Not too sure TCB give cashback for there to be honest. There's not a Heron …Not too sure TCB give cashback for there to be honest. There's not a Heron around my area.


It is any UK or Ireland retail store(not online)
Original Poster
rowley20004 h, 30 m ago

These are only £1 in Herons all the time


Not too sure TCB give cashback for there to be honest. There's not a Heron around my area.
These are only £1 in Herons all the time
Just to make it absolutely clear, the TCB 50p cashback is via its Snap & Save procedure of uploading an image of the receipt to TCB.

50p for a apple pie hot? Hot!
Warning, may contain one or two small pieces in apple.
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