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    Anyone use Quidco?

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    Just wanted to see if fellow edugeekers use Quidco.

    Just found it recently and suprised i didn't start using it sooner.

    Ideal for people who do a lot of online shopping.

    Is there anything to look out for using Quidco?

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    I use it and it makes a difference! Total cashback due this year so far is £103! Just for clicking through from the Quidco site.

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    I've had over 2k back from Quidco over the last few years, so definitely worth it . Also check out some of the other cashback websites, and compare what they're offering over at Money Saving Expert: Consumer Revenge - Credit Cards, Shopping, Bank Charges, Cheap Flights and more

    Since a lot of them don't charge you anything for being a member/getting cashback you may as well maximise your return!

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    Only recently started using it too. Got some back on my Virgin Media install (and even got the deals from Virgin such as 2 months free etc) and look to use it more in future

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    I've had almost £500 from Quidco according to my account page. I've moved over to TopCashback - same deal but no £5 a year fee (I've had over £130 from them too!)

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    Been using Quidco for about three years now, currently up to £1233.50 !

    Insurance deals used to be really good on their, but have cut back a bit now. Worth signing up; Dell are on there which has been useful when friends and family have wanted new computers or laptops. I'll talk them through what they want and ensure they get a good price, while ensuring I get a small kick back for my trouble. ;-) Shame I can't use them buying computers for the school!

    Pete

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    I use them as well, definitely recommend.

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    Only had about £75 from them as I've stopped ordering as much online, but definately worth it. Sometimes cash back takes a few months to come through, but when it does it's a great feeling.

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    Yeah, I've had around £80 back from them - I do wonder though if I actually spend / purchase more as its so simple to use!

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    Yep, been using Quidco for years...

    You may want to use TopCashBack, does not charge the annual £5 fee like Quidco, guaranteed to be the best rates (ie. at least matches Quidco's cashback rates) and you can earn upto an additional 10% on the advertised cashback rates.

    Biggest cashbacks on car insurance, utilities, mobile and broadband contracts.
    Last edited by MYK-IT; 3rd September 2010 at 10:36 PM.

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