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    Any of these sites work for those of us in the USA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antonymism View Post
    Any of these sites work for those of us in the USA?
    As long as you're buying from the British sites listed I don't see why not - it might be worth checking whether they only pay out to a British bank account though.

    As an aside, don't forget that it's easy to put work expenses through Quidco too (it never shows up to your company). I have 2,000 in Quidco cashback, the vast majority of which was Dell computers and various hotels for business trips at 10% cashback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by naturals View Post
    As an aside, don't forget that it's easy to put work expenses through Quidco too (it never shows up to your company). I have 2,000 in Quidco cashback, the vast majority of which was Dell computers and various hotels for business trips at 10% cashback.
    Mate

    This is so sick

    Big up you

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    Known about Quidco for years but never used it, anyone wanna refer me for a bonus feel free to send me a link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J8x View Post
    Known about Quidco for years but never used it, anyone wanna refer me for a bonus feel free to send me a link.
    I'd go for Topcashback instead mate as they generally pay out more on everything.

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    This is genius, I've always tried to use voucher codes when I can but this has turned my world upside down! Cheers boys.

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    There's no referrer tracking code on these links so I'm not sure what the OP would be getting out of this unless someone already removed it... and there's no way TCB and Quidco would be dual-promoted by one rep (spammer)!

    A common tactic though is a bait and switch where the referrer code is added later (you get a cashback bonus if you refer a friend who then uses the service). The owner of the site/forums should think about doing this

    I'm just about to pass the 500 mark with Quidco myself, though most of that is for sign-ups to services like insurance, gas, broadband etc. and betting on the World Cup; Cashback from purchases is usually pennies - but better in your pocket than the retailers!

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    Just had Oki-ni added to topcashback after pointing out to them that it was on QQ.

    Looks like they they have it @ 9.45%, I've logged a claim against my order earlier this month hopefully it will go through now that they have a % listed

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    I heard of these before, but being me. Im always too suspicious and normally opt out of anything involving linking accounts and/or purchase information. It helps hearing this on here from a more trusted source (you guys) and seeing Joshuas cashback makes me more willing.

    So I signed up to Quidco, and am wondering if you guys link your Paypal, Cards or just use the vouchers? Whats best?

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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    So I signed up to Quidco, and am wondering if you guys link your Paypal, Cards or just use the vouchers? Whats best?
    I've used quidco for years. not just clothing but anything I buy goes through it, bills, insurances, etc etc I've earned nearly 2k in cash back since signing up to it. No reason not to, it's free money. I've linked paypal to mine.

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