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Guide Dogs Cashback

Save money whilst shopping with Guide Dogs cashback! Simply click get cashback, shop as normal and earn rewards in your Quidco account.

Cashback Rates

When will I get my cashback?

  • Purchase
    Today
  • Tracked in
    <Less than 6 hours
  • Pays within
    10 months

Cashback do's and don'ts

DO's

  • Cashback can be earned by clicking the "Get cashback" button and purchasing as you normally would.
  • Cashback will only be confirmed where the purchase is genuine, tracked, done immediately and completed online (on the same device).
  • Cashback may not be tracked if you purchase using the merchant app (if applicable), some merchants may automatically re-direct you to their mobile app.
  • Make sure you have enabled cookie-tracking and do not have an ad-blocker on your browser.
  • Only use promotional codes/voucher codes from Quidco, using alternatives may decline your cashback.
  • Cashback may initially track at a lower or higher rate and update to the correct rate on confirmation.

DON'Ts

  • Cashback will only be paid for a minimum one time donation of £120 or a direct debit donation for three months at £4.33 a month.
  • Cashback will only be paid for genuine donations. 
  • Please also see the retailer's standard terms and conditions for purchase as listed on their site
  • Cashback will not be paid in conjunction with any other offer, voucher or discount code unless listed on this page, or with any other discounts such as staff or student discounts

Helpful Information

Shopping Guide Dogs

The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association ("Guide Dogs") is one of the UK's best-known, and best-loved, charities. Guide dogs have been bringing independence and mobility to blind and partially-sighted people for over 75 years, and today there are more than 4,700 guide dog partnerships in the UK. Each year Guide Dogs breeds around 1,000 puppies, which spend their first year in the homes of volunteers, before working with specialist trainers who teach them the skills needed to guide a visually-impaired person. This takes about six months, including several weeks' training with the new owner. A guide dog has a working life of around six-and-a-half years, and it's not unusual for someone to have five or more dogs over their lifetime.