Friday, September 25, 2015

Quidco review, earn money with cashback.

If you want the site that pays the most, Quidco is the winner. It's free to use, and pays out up to 105% of the cashback it receives.

Sounds strange, but it's able to do this as it passes on a little of the bonuses it gets for generating large amounts of sales. It's also the one that gets the best feedback from its users. You can take earnings as cash, or boost returns by swapping cashback for Amazon vouchers or Tesco Clubcard points.

Quidco is originally from UK (so it obviously has more deal in UK) but you can make money all over the world.

How do I join & get cashback in Quidco?

  • Pick the basic membership.
    If you don't pick this, you'll need to pay a fee.

  • There's a Premium membership available.
    Pay a £5 fee and you get your cashback quicker, plus loyalty bonuses.

  • You can pick how you get paid. 
  •  You can either take the cash, have it paid into your PayPal account, or opt for an Amazon gift certificate, which also includes a 2% payout bonus for Premium members.

  • You can boost cashback in stores.
    Quidco members can also get cash in stores as well as online. (in UK only). Simply register your credit or debit card with Quidco, spend on it, and your purchase is tracked. Once it's processed, an amount is put into your cashback site account. It says card details are encrypted so no-one can access them. Learn more about in-store cashback with Quidco*. For some merchants you have to upload your receipt once you've purchased in store for cashback, and in some cases you may get slightly different rates for doing it this way. Quidco has also recently made it possible to open up or increase rates with some retailers by 'activating' them first on the website or through its iPhone or Android app. You'll typically have a seven-day window after activating, but in theory you could do it every week. See the full list* of retailers.

Quidco has a huge catalogue of companies
advertised on the website, many that we haven’t even heard of. The basic concept is that whenever you make a purchase online you click the relevant link on Quidco first, your purchase then shows up on Quidco and you are paid a percentage back as cashback.

Over the years we have had cashback on all manner of things – £150 back on a mobile phone contract, £166 back on a holiday to Las Vegas, £50 on car insurance, £35 on Pet Insurance and smaller amounts on our regular online purchases. Most things you can now get cashback on – we have even had cashback when transferring our utilities over to a new company and when booking our MOT at a local Halfords.  

So, Quidco, Money for nothing? Yep, pretty much. Signing up to Quidco has given me £250 a year that I wouldn’t have had otherwise and it will keep giving me this small income indefinitely. I will always use it to buy any insurance policies, whenever my mobile contract is up for renewal and every time I buy something online. I just wish they could give me cashback on my weekly grocery shop! If you haven’t signed up yet, do it now. There aren’t many times in life where you’re given something for nothing.

Everyone loves free money!

 I love Quidco  


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