Sign up to Quidco, spend £9-£10 on selected items and get £10 cashback!

If you are a regular Shopper Points reader, you will have come acrosss TopCashback and Quidco. These cashback sites are a good way of getting money back when shopping with certain partners.

Quidco was, for many years, the dominant player in the cashback field, but TopCashback had arguably stolen its crown with aggressive deals such as its Tesco Clubcard partnership. However the partnership with Tesco came to an end in July 2016 and Quidco is trying to get new customers on board with generous deals for new members.

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There are three special deals running at the moment, each of which will give you £10 cash back:

Don’t get me started on Pokeball and Pokemon Go. …..!  However coffee mugs are a good thing and it is difficult to argue with £10 of free pizza or clothes.

Note that these offers are for new Quidco members only.

You need to sign up via the links above and purchase either the mug, order food for £10 or more from Pizza Hut online or spend £10 + at New Look.  You can only select one of the offers.

Quidco promises that the money will reach your Quidco account before 21st August, at which point you can withdraw it to your bank account.

All three offers are only available until midnight on 14th August or until 2000 redemptions have been made.

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Comments

  1. I’ve given up on TCB now due to them rejecting a number of perfectly valid cash back claims. They were perhaps worth the aggro before due to the Tesco £50 CC conversion. Now that has gone, everyone should be using Quidco.