Shop smart during 2016 with Quidco


  
Just a little before Christmas, we started using Quidco for our purchases on the farm, this is a commission based site which earns money direct from the retailer for each of your purchases through them.

There are 2 levels of membership, free and premium, after the first week of using we upgraded for £5 which is deducted from your cash back and offers a preferential rate of cash back.

Amazon purchases qualify, but not on all purchases, we purchased a new mobile contract through EE and qualified for £70 cash back and a HSamuel watch purchase also added a pending cash back, we understood it can take 3 months for the cash to route its way back to you.

  

In less than 1 month this is our account to date.
 process is simple:

  1. Set up a Quidco account through this link: http://www.quidco.com
  2. Decide on your level, personally I would opt for the premium from the start to maximise your cash back.
  3. Log in through your Quidco account and search for your retailer.
  4. shop and earn.

Tesco, M&S, Halfords and many more all have offers and cash back bonuses, you can also get instant offers for high street purchases, though we have not used this function yet.

Let us know about your own experience.

Thank you for reading and good luck…….

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