This post is sponsored by Quidco
At this time of year particularly, purse strings are tight and we must all be on the lookout for bargains and money-saving hacks. So anyone that claims you can ‘make money by spending money’ should be approached cautiously, right?
But that’s exactly what Quidco do: they offer cashback on the things you’d be buying anyway, just for going through their site and their preferred retailers. Imagine writing out your Christmas list and then hitting BUY and then getting a high rate of return as cashback on your purchases?
No, it isn’t too good to be true, and Quidco do that thing we all want: make it easy for us to buy items and claim cashback in three easy steps:
- Browse or search Quidco for great cashback rates, huge discounts and vouchers.
- Use the Quidco “Get cashback” button to make sure your purchase tracks properly.
- Cash-out your earnings to PayPal, a direct bank transfer, or a range of gift card options.
Every time you shop the brands on Quidco, they’ll reward you a slice of commission as cashback. If you find a higher applicable cashback rate for your purchase on any other UK cashback site, Quidco will match it and add a little extra on top.
What is Cashback?
Whenever you see advertising online, the brand has paid everyone involved to see that advert, except you. Quidco do a similar thing, except instead of keeping all the money, they pay YOU a generous slice back in the form of cashback.
How Long Does It Take To Get Paid?
Quidco works closely with brands to make sure every purchase is checked and valid. Every brand has an ‘estimated’ time for tracking and confirming purchases, so remember to check that out when you go to buy.
How Can I Trust Quidco?
Quidco has been helping people earn cashback for over 15 years and they pride themselves on being one of the UK’s leading cashback services. They have over 10 million members in the UK and over £1 billion earned in cashback.
What Are Some Examples of Offers?
Amazon, Argos, Boots, Just Eat, ASOS and 5000 more companies are partnered with Quidco, just for starters. While browsing that list, you’re sure to find quite a few brands you already buy from or are thinking of adding to your Christmas list. Well BEFORE you head to their websites, consider looking through the offers from these brands via Quidco.
Quidco’s FREE membership will also help you with the latest offers with the highest cashback, to make your Christmas shopping even easier. Need a new TV? Several electrical brands are offering high percentages off their products, and Quidco will show you which. Need to buy some Kickers for your kids? Currently there’s an 8% cashback deal on selected shoes, PLUS many of these brands offer FREE delivery through Quidco.
Compare, Save and Earn Cashback
You can even earn cashback and save by comparing your insurance, utilities, and broadband. Plus pet insurance, energy bills, travel… the list goes on and on. Quidco gives you multiple services to choose from and find that deal you’re after, and remember: you’ll ALWAYS get cashback for using any of these services! So Quidco means it when they say the more you spend, the more you can save, and on things you perhaps didn’t even consider!
£10 Cashback For New Members
If all of the above already sounds tempting, how about this: new members (remember, it’s FREE) get a further £10 cashback to welcome them in. Again, it’s really simple:
- Browse over 5,000 retailers
- Complete a purchase of £5 or more with almost any retailer before 31/01/2024 23:59:59 (see terms and conditions for retailer exclusions)
- Earn a new member bonus of £10 cashback
- Withdraw to your bank, PayPal or as gift vouchers Use THIS LINK to join and you’re quids in.
Have a Merry Christmas with Quidco’s cashback incentive, and get cash back you didn’t expect to see again.
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