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  • Premier Icon scaredypants
    Subscriber

    well worth it – slight ballache making sure everything is tracked but I’ve had about a hundred quid a year back

    somebody can refer you and they get a little cash – you don’t but you won’t lose out

    Premier Icon scaredypants
    Subscriber

    lots of places (including bike sellers) offer 1-5% cashback on purchases but things like insurance, phone contracts offer quite big amounts as a one-off

    all you do is register and then whenever you want to buy stuff, go to their site, enter “wiggle” or whatever into their search boxand if it comes up, click on their link to open up the site while tracking your visit. It “should” magically record your spending and enter a claim (that can take a while) but I often find it doesn’t and have to generate one manually. Not hard but 2-3 mins “work”

    Don’t assume you’ll get it fast (and just maybe not at all though I’ve not had this) and don’t make it your only reason to shop at one place

    Premier Icon bruneep
    Subscriber

    Use it quite a bit over £100 cash back so far

    my refer link 😉

    Premier Icon scaredypants
    Subscriber

    (if you don’t have a mate who’s registered and can refer you, I can send you a code that’d give me the bonus – personally I think stw should have an account and provide a referral code for people so that we “give” them the kickback)

    Premier Icon votchy
    Subscriber

    There’s also a phone app that you can get cashback for just visiting a shop, helps when the mrs is browsing!!

    dandax1990
    Member

    Good call scaredypants, So does each referal basically earn you cash? Or just more savings?

    do insurance policies through it, I’ve made over a grand over the years.

    plus booking 5K’s worth of flight through the site :O

    Jamie
    Member

    I use TCB, no particular reason, just the one I started with. Tracking doesn’t with with Chrome as ad blockers/ghostery etc stop the tracking cookies, so I use an unadulterated version of Firefox when shopping and always tracks fine.

    It’s not a quick, nor guaranteed, way to make money 8)

    …saying that I have been getting my TCB payments in Tesco Clubcard points, and so every £ I get I can double or quadruple with Clubcard Boost.

    Liftman
    Member

    It’s free money what’s not to like, received £1100+ so far for stuff I would of be buying anyway :mrgreen:

    Premier Icon scaredypants
    Subscriber

    So does each referal basically earn you cash? Or just more savings?

    If somebody refers you, they get some cash (£2.50 ?) as a one-off when you ,make your first linked purchase. After that, nothing else

    Premier Icon scaredypants
    Subscriber

    funnily enough, I’ve never actually checked that any of the reported cashback payments have actually arrived in my account – could be a massive scam for all I know 😳

    dandax1990
    Member

    So if STW was to make an account, and everytime we make an account we used their refferal, they’d be able to raise some decent money to go towards the costs of running the site etc?

    Premier Icon scaredypants
    Subscriber

    yeh – like the “buy us a pint” link on classifieds, but it’s not your own money you’re giving them

    Premier Icon sadexpunk
    Subscriber

    i signed up for quidco and topcashback. used links to buy stuff, never recieved a penny from either of them so dont bother now. maybe im just unlucky :-/

    dandax1990
    Member

    Noticed a few people mention Quidco on here? How does it work exactly?

    Is it worth looking into?

    Cletus
    Member

    I got a decent amount of cashback when signing up for a new mobile phone contract.

    I also get cashback on in-store purchases at Debenhams when I use my credit card which is linked to Quidco.

    Airport parking also gets decent cashback.

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