- Tell me about… Quidco…
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 placePosted 4 years agoJamieMember
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.Posted 4 years ago
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