Quidco

Kitch

Active Member
Joined
Sep 12, 2017
Messages
11
Reaction score
4
Points
33
Location
London
Quidco is great! I've had some real wins with them, especially when booking tickets or holidays - you can get a hefty amount back! Also good for the smaller purchases, it adds up!
 

Thrifty Mum

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 5, 2018
Messages
66
Reaction score
25
Points
68
Location
Harlow, East
I always use Quidco and it soon adds up. I always do my car insurance through there and get a decent amount back from that!
 

SparklyMum

SuperStar Helper!
Joined
Jan 1, 2018
Messages
108
Reaction score
25
Points
78
Age
36
I always use Quidco and it soon adds up. I always do my car insurance through there and get a decent amount back from that!
I never knew you could get cashback on insurance! So glad I know this now as when I renew next month my premiums will probably go up due to a bump I had a few months ago, so if I can get cashback it won’t be so bad!
 

MyMarvellousMoney

SuperStar Helper!
Joined
Jan 5, 2018
Messages
134
Reaction score
32
Points
78
Age
30
Location
London, England
I haven't tried TopCashback but I probably should just to ensure that the retailers not covered by Quidco, aren't covered on there. Personally I am quite loyal to Quidco, and tend to earn a fair amount through them each year (despite the £5 admin fee) and if I've booked a holiday through Quidco I can easily get up to £300 a year. A good one to shout about in my opinion :)
 

skint

Well-Known Member
Staff member
Joined
Dec 11, 2017
Messages
342
Reaction score
77
Points
58
If you are using both Topcashback and Quidco make sure you clean your cookies before any major purchases. I ordered some shoes through Quidco when they had their £2.50 bonus offers and the cashback went to Topcashback presumably because of my cookies. Result was I did get cashback but missed out on the bonus.
 

MyMarvellousMoney

SuperStar Helper!
Joined
Jan 5, 2018
Messages
134
Reaction score
32
Points
78
Age
30
Location
London, England
If you are using both Topcashback and Quidco make sure you clean your cookies before any major purchases. I ordered some shoes through Quidco when they had their £2.50 bonus offers and the cashback went to Topcashback presumably because of my cookies. Result was I did get cashback but missed out on the bonus.
Oh I didn't know this. Thanks for the advice!
 

mum2one

Active Member
Joined
Jan 26, 2014
Messages
110
Reaction score
9
Points
38
Although quidco is a good site, it’s always worth comparing to topcashback x
 

Thrifty Mum

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 5, 2018
Messages
66
Reaction score
25
Points
68
Location
Harlow, East
Although quidco is a good site, it’s always worth comparing to topcashback x
This is a good point. I always use Quidco' and normally forget Topcashback, I should check them too in case they have better offers
 

dream of silver

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jul 11, 2017
Messages
22
Reaction score
6
Points
53
Age
41
I’ve been using Quidco for a couple of years and have made around £400 so far. It’s also worth checking Quidco if you do matched betting, as some of the bookies offer cashback if you sign up via Quidco!
 

matiatus

Active Member
Joined
Mar 27, 2019
Messages
22
Reaction score
8
Points
33
Has anyone tried to order something online by Quidco or Checkoutsmart (same thing) ? ? I can see they have option in filter for online stores, was just wondering how do you process it - scan the paperwork off driver ?
 

Katwoman28

Active Member
Joined
Jan 31, 2019
Messages
57
Reaction score
14
Points
38
Age
39
Location
Edinburgh
Quidco are currently offering £10 each using referral links.
Here's mine: Quidco
I find the site easy and have earned £447.77 in the last 4 years from simple spending.
Thanks
 

Jon

Administrator
Staff member
Joined
Oct 17, 2013
Messages
25,655
Reaction score
2,778
Points
283
Age
38
Location
Leeds
Quidco are currently offering £10 each using referral links.
Here's mine: Quidco
I find the site easy and have earned £447.77 in the last 4 years from simple spending.
Thanks
Do the signup need to purchase something through quidco before you get money?

I promote Quidco through Awin as they pay you each time just for the person signing up!
 

Katwoman28

Active Member
Joined
Jan 31, 2019
Messages
57
Reaction score
14
Points
38
Age
39
Location
Edinburgh
Do the signup need to purchase something through quidco before you get money?

I promote Quidco through Awin as they pay you each time just for the person signing up!
I just checked and it says the following:-

- Your referral bonus will be paid into your Quidco account once your referred friend has earned £5 'confirmed' cashback with Quidco. The £5 cashback can be spread over multiple purchases and does not have to be earned in one single transaction.
 

Jon

Administrator
Staff member
Joined
Oct 17, 2013
Messages
25,655
Reaction score
2,778
Points
283
Age
38
Location
Leeds
I just checked and it says the following:-

- Your referral bonus will be paid into your Quidco account once your referred friend has earned £5 'confirmed' cashback with Quidco. The £5 cashback can be spread over multiple purchases and does not have to be earned in one single transaction.
Yeah so you are waiting for them to do the 2nd part for you to get paid

So via Awin you just get a straight up £1.50 per signup (they don't need to buy anything like I said) so if you hoover up say 100 signups a month that's an easy £150 ;)
 
  • Like
Reactions: lilszi

lilszi

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 31, 2019
Messages
172
Reaction score
76
Points
58
Age
31
Website
letsmakemoneyonline.co.uk
I’ve been using Quidco for a couple of years and have made around £400 so far. It’s also worth checking Quidco if you do matched betting, as some of the bookies offer cashback if you sign up via Quidco!
Careful as you may get cashback from quidco but lose the right to qualify for any deposit bonus or free bets on the betting site. Either this or that.
 

lilszi

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 31, 2019
Messages
172
Reaction score
76
Points
58
Age
31
Website
letsmakemoneyonline.co.uk
Yeah so you are waiting for them to do the 2nd part for you to get paid

So via Awin you just get a straight up £1.50 per signup (they don't need to buy anything like I said) so if you hoover up say 100 signups a month that's an easy £150 ;)
That's right, I use aWin instead, some people just sign up end never end up using the site.
 
  • Like
Reactions: Jon

TMSPRESTO

Members online

Forum statistics

Threads
5,465
Messages
149,850
Members
8,071
Latest member
Outsideboxthinking

Latest profile posts

Now have a Son in Law, and have become the 'dreaded' Mother in Law. Many congratulations to Hazel and Matt who got married on 10th August, at the Centre for Alternative Technology, Machynlleth, North Wales. It was a fab weekend away and the most unconventional but personal wedding ever!
Jon
Gah, buying more domain names again!
cashbacklover2019 wrote on PinkRoses's profile.
Just to say thanks for using my Western Union/10.00 Gift Card link :)
Jon
Messing around with Wordpress Themes FAR too late on a Sunday night!
I knew staying away from domains wouldn't last forever - just bought another one (or two)! :D