Quidco is the smart, free and easy way to earn cashback when shopping online, in-store and on mobile.
Working with 4,000 retailers, Quidco rewards its members with cashback every time they shop by simply passing on the retailer commission to the member's bank or PayPal account, in a secure and hassle-free way.
Founded in 2005, Quidco quickly established itself as the UK's leading cashback rewards platform before branching out from its online roots to offer members the opportunity to earn rewards on the High Street, through a unique card-linked programme, and when they shop at the supermarket with ClickSnap, the most generous and varied grocery cashback tool on the market.
As well as rewarding over 4 million UK shoppers, Quidco also acts as an insightful distribution platform for all its retail partners ensuring they meet their marketing objectives by reaching out more effectively to their targeted audience.
We were winners at the 2012 and 2013 Moneyfacts awards which were determined by technical analysis by the Moneyfacts Group alongside examination of 77,000 completed customer surveys ‐ the largest annual survey of its kind.
Quidco Compare is regulated and authorised by the FCA; a statutory body set up under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (FSMA).
Quidco adheres to the National Standard for Customer Service. We are certified by Customer First, a not for profit organisation dedicated to improving the quality of service delivered to consumers
Embattled supermarket chain Morrisons is trying to inject life into its fledgling online service by identifying customers who have not used the scheme and offering them cash off their first shop.
Morrisons is trying to turnaround poor sales and boost its slow-starting online business by giving cash to customers in conjunction with third-party rewards platform Quidco. The campaign with Quidco will offer exclusive members cashback rates ranging from £5 to £10, if they are first-time Morrisons online shoppers.
Morrisons has partnered with cashback rewards platform Quidco to launch a campaign to help it acquire new customers for its online grocery delivery service.
Morrisons has launched an exclusive campaign with Quidco, harnessing member data to acquire new customers for its recently launched online food delivery service.
Andreas Andreou, Commercial Director at Quidco, explains why brands cannot afford to not jump on the personalisation bandwagon
Debbie Smith, Senior Marketing Manager at Quidco describes her favourite personalised email campaigns including examples from Tesco, ModCloth, Amazon, Secret Escapes and Banana Republic
Minicab price comparison and hire firm Kabbee is part of the Quidco incentive scheme where subscribers get 20 per cent cashback if they book with Kabbee. While this provides a low cost per acquisition of new customers, the company also offers 1 per cent cashback for every ongoing journey booked.
The showrooming trend is well-known to retailers but instead of seeing it as a threat, they should embrace it, writes Andreas Andreou, commercial director at cashback rewards platform Quidco.
“Quidco was founded in 2004 and we’re the UK’s number one cashback rewards platform – we have more than 4 million members and we work with 4,000 retailers, says Quidco's MD Andy Oldham.
Licensed minicab comparison and booking app Kabbee is the first in its marketplace to offer cashback on cab fares by partnering with cashback rewards platform Quidco.
London licensed minicab comparison and booking app, Kabbee, has partnered with cashback rewards platform Quidco, in what it says is the first deal with a cab app. The partnership will see Kabbee offer its customers 20 per cent cashback for their first fare and 1 per cent for all returning customers. Kabbee and Quidco will be working closely together to develop and optimise the campaign.
London-based minicab comparison and booking app Kabbee has launched a new campaign that will see customers offered cashback on cab fares when they book via the company's mobile app.
Cashback reward platform Quidco has introduced a card-linked offer designed to engage customers on the high street and drive footfall back towards bricks-and-mortar stores. The platform, which previously offered registered users cashback in return for visiting online retail partners via the Quidco portal, allows users to register a credit or debit card online, and gain their rewards when shopping on the high street.
With more ways to shop than ever before, Draper's expert panel finds that giving customers what they want is becoming even more challenging. How does the consumer shop for fashion today? In a world where a transaction can be done at high speed during a TV ad break on an iPad or, at the other end of the spectrum, during a leisurely store visit, how can retailers best serve customer needs? Businesses ranging from formalwear seller Hawes & Curtis over Topshop to Quidco joined Drapers at the Covent Garden Hotel in London on May 1 to discuss these questions using the findings of Drapers’ latest Customer Insight Report. Download the full report here: http://bit.ly/1o4MN3m
Lovelorn women who indulge in some retail therapy tend to shell out more than on any other shopping trip, a study has found. Going “window shopping” is another pitfall for many – they eventually splash the cash even though they set out not to spend anything at all. Andy Oldham, of cashback site Quidco.com, which commissioned the poll, said: “Shopping has often been called retail therapy, and for many, it seems that’s still the case. “Some moods and experiences can have more of an effect on how much you spend, and it looks like women are more willing to part with their cash after breaking up with someone.
Going shopping after suffering from heartbreak is bad for your bank balance, a study has revealed. Researchers found that women who head to the shops to cheer themselves up after calling time on their relationship spend more money than on any other shopping trip. The study, which looked at more than 2,000 women, found that on the average post-split shopping outing they can expect to spend around £43 on new clothes, shoes or accessories in an attempt to help ease their heartbreak.
Jessica Winch looks at how you can earn as you spend in the run-up to the festive season
Quidco shoppers can now pocket cashback and offers are 22 high street stores just by purchasing at a till using a debit or credit card registered to the Quidco website
With only 11 weeks until Christmas, the countdown to get your festive finances in order has well and truly begun. To help keep you out of the red this Christmas, make the most out of cashback site quidco.com to save you money at thousands of retailers.
Making the most of your money is not difficult in our digitally enhanced world but it is always worthwhile to check quidco.com to see if you can get cashback on your purchases from established retailers.
There has recently been much attention placed on switching energy suppliers. But the cashback revolution that is transforming the way we shop has touched the energy market, too. In the same way you can earn cashback when buying air tickets, clothes, electronics or groceries, you can also get as much as £70 by signing up to a new energy deal.
Research from the UK's number one cashback site Quidco has found that when shopping and using a loyalty card, you would need to spend £5,000 to earn enough points to buy a £50 toaster, suggesting people prefer cashback value rather than rewards.
Should you save for your children's future, or teach them the values of earning their own money? With the cost of raising a child up to the age of 18 now a staggering £148,105, learning the value of money has never been so important.
Q is for Quidco. Join the cashback site free via www.quidco.com and save around £282 a year with deals like 3% cashback and 20% off with an exclusive code at Homebase
You can use cashback sites to trim your car insurance bill further. Last week, Quidco was offering £70 cashback for drivers who signed up with Aviva via the website. It was also ofering £50 cashback with companies such as Direct Line and £35 with Esure.
If possible, use a site where you can earn cashback on your premium. Quidco is currently offering £80 cashback from a policy bought with More Than, for example, or £51 on cover bought with Sainsbury's bank.
Customers receive cashback when they shop via this Quidco. They even collect small amounts for just "checking in" to certain stores - paying them to visit without spending. For example, if you "check in" to White Stuff, you will receive 20p, while a visit to the garden centre at selected branches of Homebase earns you 50p. You cannot just sit at home and pretend you are out shopping as Quidco has the co-ordinates of participating shops and tracks your location via your phone and GPS.
A woman's biggest nightmare was revealed yesterday - shopping with men. Women don't like to be rushed into buying something and one in three couples have ended up in a mid-aisle row. Disagreements over how much to spend, whether an item is really needed and "taking too long to make a decision" are the biggest bug bears, a study by Quidco found. Andy Oldham, of cashback site Quidco, which commissioned the study, said: "It can be difficult to agree with your partner on everything and rows seem to be common. Christmas shopping is only going to add to the stress."
Another simple way to make savings on your travel is through a cashback site, such as Quidco.com. New findings from the site show that so far in 2012, members have pocketed almost £250,000 in cashback on public transport. Current deals available through Quidco.com include 6 per cent cashback on Southern Rail, 2 per cent on all sales at Virgin Trains and 5 per cent on all coach sales with National Express.
Cashback websites such as Quidco pay money back into your account when you shop via them at the retailer of your choice. Quidco has over 3,500 retail partners including Tesco, M&S and Argos
Shoppers using Quidco's free app are quids in. It rewards you for visiting 80 stores including Debenhams, M&S and House of Fraser, paying you to "check in" in-store and giving cashback deals and local exclusive voucher codes. And, until November 25, it will also give away prizes worth from £1 to £10 for every 100th check-in at some of the UK's biggest stores. These are in addition to the standard 'check in' rewards. The Quidco mobile app is available for iPhone and Android
Get discounts on goods from your favourite shops. Download the free Quidco app at www.quidco.com and get cashback when you pop into high street stores, alerts on deals as you shop and price comparisons between rival stores.
Online buyers who want more bang for their buck should shop online between now and November 14 as cashback amounts from retailers increase in a bid to bag early Christmas custom. Over the last three years, shoppers have pocketed above average commission rates in this ten-day period, according to research from Quidco.
New findings from Quidco show that shoppers looking to get more for their money should shop online now, as those who start early can benefit from the fact that retailers discount hard from November 4 to 14. The site found that over the last three years, shoppers have consistently pocketed higher than average commission rates in this 10-day period. By contrast, last minute shoppers miss out on major cashback bargains as they are reduced in December when demand is higher and shopping is in full-swing.
London licensed minicab comparison and booking app, Kabbee, has partnered with cashback rewards platform Quidco, in what it says is the first deal with a cab app. The partnership will see Kabbee offer its customers 20 per cent cashback for their first fare and 1 per cent for all returning customers. Kabbee and Quidco will be working closely together to develop and optimise the campaign. Kabbee’s head of marketing, Laura Przybek said: “We’re excited to partner with Quidco on this industry first. They are the leading partner in the sector and we look forward to working closely together to optimise the offer for Quidco members.” After the initial launch campaign, Quidco will use the collated data and insight to maximise the campaign’s impact according to members’ behaviour. Quidco’s Targeted Marketing programme allows businesses to harness transactional, behavioural and demographic data from more than 4 million members enabling them to personalise offers and incentives on the Quidco platform.
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