Anybody Use Cash Back Sites?

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  1. OoO

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    I signed up to quidco last year. They take a £5 for the whole year (admin fee)

    I have just completed my first year and I got £288 in real money!!!

    It was items I was going to buy anyway. Or offers that interested me!

    I got £50 for renewing my contract with t mobile lol
     
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  2. Iain

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    I'm on quidco as well. Tried some other sites but never made any real money with them. Quidco gave me about £400 last year which was nice!
     
  3. WJCN64

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    How do these site work i never understood how?
     
  4. JDMW

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    im interested now if its free money lol :lol:
     
  5. All Round Cleaning

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    I need free money !!!!
     
  6. CNS-southwest

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    Yer how do these work?
     
  7. Gmeister

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    Am always confused as to how cashback works lol??? :huh:
     
  8. OoO

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    Checkout quidco.com

    Very very easy.
     
  9. CNS-southwest

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    Cos cash back in a shop they take out of your account so does this work te same way?
     
  10. Iain

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    Quidco are an affiliate for a range of online merchants, lots of them big names that you'll probably shop with anyway. Basically when you purchase something from a website after being referred through Quidco, the retailer will give Quidco a commission. Quidco then pass most of this back to you and keep some for themselves.

    I never buy from these places just because of Quidco unless I see a really good deal. If you're buying expensive items like TVs, white goods, holidays or phone contracts you can save a fortune.

    They've added to the mix as well by allowing some offline transactions. For example I went to Halfords and bought some car cleaning bits and got 2.5% back a few weeks later. Only something like 40p but if you're doing it anyway...
     
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