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i ve just joined inbox pounds i ve earnt 3.82 in less than 24 hours. Iwas wondering if there any other good ones can u only go through one at a time or is the a way you can claim through more than one at the same time

thanx in advance

Bargain28
4 years ago
What do you think of this?
MellonE
MellonE4 years ago

Quidco is good. I've found it to be easy to use. 🙂

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Bargain28
Bargain28
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4 years ago

thankyou hun 🙂

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MellonE
MellonE4 years ago

Bargain28 if I buy something big like washer or drier I tend to use Quidco and get it from Tesco so I still get Clubcard points. Last year I got a 400 washer, I got £60 worth of points on my Clubcard because tesco had an offer on where you received more points than normal and I then £40 of Quidco points. It stacks up on big purchases.

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Bargain28
Bargain28
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4 years ago

MellonE wow thats really good how long does it talke to track please

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MellonE
MellonE4 years ago

Bargain28 some purchases (mostly the smaller ones) track instantly, the purchase of my washer track took longer it was about 7 days. 🙂 Hope this info helps.

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Bargain28
Bargain28
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4 years ago

MellonE thats great i used to do these a few year back and some took aslong as a month so thats really good

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AgnesFaludi
AgnesFaludi3 years ago

Yes, Quidco is great.

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Bargain28
Bargain28
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3 years ago

AgnesFaludi i cant get on it for some reason cant confirm email

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MellonE
MellonE4 years ago

I'm hoping to be looking at inbox pounds. Is it one that you have to activate your bank card to and do you have to activate a cash back offer before using your card?

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Bargain28
Bargain28
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4 years ago

no its surveys and stuff simple sign ups to surveys and stuff but maybe its worth a comparison before you purchase anything am certainly gonna have a look at quidco i like the survey sites but there so much effort

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MellonE
MellonE3 years ago

I don't like them having all my details to sell on to third parties. I never feel comfortable with being the free item instead of just getting a free item! 😃

What do they use your detail for or is it all Market research?

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Bargain28
Bargain28
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3 years ago

MellonE i dont think its like that i had a look and it looks like its more of a new customer base rather than getting your details hun 😄

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MellonE
MellonE3 years ago

Bargain28 I'll check it out thank you. 🙂

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Bargain28
Bargain28
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3 years ago

MellonE npz hun x

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarc4 years ago

TopCashBack is my top pick.

I used to sign up for bingo deals. I.e., pay £10 for £30-40 or £20 for £50 but a lot of those are no longer eligible to me, I've used them up. I'm not sure if I'll renew my Premium membership next year (well, this December 2017) since I haven't gotten too much through it nowadays.

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Bargain28
Bargain28
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4 years ago

ooh ill check that one out too cheers Rockman

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didbygraham
didbygraham4 years ago

I have tried a few but Quidco is the one I am sticking with. They did have a deal where they would match or better any other cashback deal with TopCashBack. I have had over £300 so far, with over £150 in my account at the moment. Some deals take quite a while to come through but then its free cash so why worry?

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Bargain28
Bargain28
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4 years ago

how long do they take to come through please and did it take you long to accumulate that amount and what are withdrawals like pls do they take long ?

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didbygraham
didbygraham4 years ago

Bargain28 it varies - as a premium member some come through quite quickly but a few deals can take up to six months. The site is pretty good at pointing out which ones are likely to take a while to pay. I have earned over £400 (just checked again!) and been a member since 2010 - but over half of that has been in the last three years. Withdrawals are easy and pretty much instant depending on how you want the cash. I take it as Amazon vouchers

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Bargain28
Bargain28
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4 years ago

didbygraham thankyou thats great

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cocolgooh
cocolgooh4 years ago

I like Quidco, and I also like to use their Clicksnap app, which allows you to get extra money back on certain grocery items by uploading your receipt. You can get things totally free sometimes, or even get paid more than you paid to buy the item, which is always nice.

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Bargain28
Bargain28
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4 years ago

sounds great !! thankyou

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cocolgooh
cocolgooh4 years ago

Bargain28 You're welcome!

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sarahtwinmom
sarahtwinmom3 years ago

I use TopCashback and over the last 12 months earns just short of £300. I don't tend to shop online much but found it useful when renewing car insurance and my business insurance got at least £50 each time. Some take a few weeks to be payable but I treat it as a saving account :-)

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Bargain28
Bargain28
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3 years ago

thats fab thanx hun

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Grannyclock
Grannyclock3 years ago

We use Quidco and Topcashback. Both are good and pretty reliable. Quidco has Clicksnap for groceries and Topcashback has a few grocery items too - go to In store and scroll to the end. We both use Checkoutsmart and Shopmium for groceries too and each get about £150 a year just for freebies and things we would normally buy. Shopmium is good because they pay money into the bank within a few days, so you do not have to wait till you have £20 or so saved up.

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarc3 years ago

To everyone, please remember to use a browser without any add-ons that block ads so if you use Adblock then the cashback may not be tracked. I stopped using Adblock and tons of other add-ons for several months now and I'm satisfied using a standard browser (Chrome) without any fanciness. Well, only have Hoxx VPN installed which is essential as my ISP (Sky) blocks me from accessing some websites.

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Grannyclock
Grannyclock3 years ago

Has anyone used Green jinn?

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jinxyjink
jinxyjink3 years ago

Have you ever used iMutual? They offer cashback which is not as good as the others but there is also a section where you can earn money daily just by clicking a few websites every day, it isn't much around 30 to 35p a day if you do them all but for 5 minutes every day it soon mounts up if you do them daily, I do them most days and save it until Christmas, last year I had £120 which came in handy you can also get money by signing up to survey sites and other things too but i haven't bothered with them myself, there are a few others too but i have only just started doing them so won't recommend until i know they pay out

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Tom
Tom
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3 years ago

Maybe Latest Deals should do cashback... just sayin'...

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jinxyjink
jinxyjink3 years ago

It might be an idea for you to look at daily clicks that give money for people clicking through to websites, like iMutual do,could be both beneficial for users and for the business side of things

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jinxyjink
jinxyjink3 years ago

http://www.imutual.co.uk/daily-clicks here is a link Tom if you want to have a look at what I mean

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Tom
Tom
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3 years ago
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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarc3 years ago

Tom That's an idea I suggested back on the Pedlar days or even sometime around LatestDeals but the staff didn't seem to consider it.

Good to know it's a possibility now. 🙂

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Tom
Tom
Founder
3 years ago

Rockman haha it's a very, very far away idea! Poor Kelsey would have a heart attack 😁

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarc3 years ago

Tom A Gumtree-like section on LatestDeals (For Sale / For Giveaway) would be great too.

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CashoutCarl
CashoutCarl3 years ago

One day, it would be a good supplement to the main site. But I am sure you know, you can't just use your usual affiliate links on a cashback site, you need to class it as incentive and create it as a stand alone business. Commissions are very different to general links.

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CashoutCarl
CashoutCarl3 years ago

Rockman Yup, that is an idea which will generate organic traffic and help grow the site.

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CashoutCarl
CashoutCarl3 years ago

I used to use Quidco and have had great customer service from them, but about 18 months ago I started using Topcashback due to their better rates and have not really used Quidco much since. Not really had a problem with either, the only problem I ever had was £30 not tracked from a Ladbrokes with Quidco but they credited my account as a good will gesture. This was a few years ago. So to me both are very good, just go with whoever offers the best cashback at the time and make sure you use a clean browser when ordering.

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarc3 years ago

There's one way of getting cashback on all purchases (with a minimum of £1 and such) -- Credit Cards that offer cashback.

From memory, the two best are:

  • American Express Everyday Cashback Credit Card - You get 3 months with 5% cashback and then afterwards it's down to 0.5%
  • Aqua Reward Credit Card - 0.5% cashback, fee-free abroad, Premium Noddle service (Credit Score).

It doesn't beat offers from TCB/Quidco but helps out.

Note: Both of those CCs require a minimum of £3k spent per year but if you don't make to that much, you can ask them and they'll honour you (at least on American Express as I've asked).

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titchredge
titchredge3 years ago

Populus live is a great surveying site (£1 for every 5 mins of your time) mostly about politics etc

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Grannyclock
Grannyclock2 years ago

Quidco and Topcashback are giving away a lot of bonuses at the moment so keep looking at your emails and their Facebook pages. The last Quidco one was £2.50 bonus cashback on a £2.50 spend at any of their retailers. If you can do Click and Collect then it’s a great deal. We get loads of small orders from Wilko.

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarc2 years ago

Usually that but they also offered £3.00/3.50 too.

TCB and Quidco apparently merged but as long as they pay out, not something I'd care about.

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