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Cashback site now hits the High Street

Cashback is now available on most debit or credit cards in Debenham stores for Quidco members

Using cashback websites to earn money on your online shopping is a growing trend amongst savvy shoppers, but, as of today, Brits can also earn cashback on the high street in Debenhams stores and Cineworld theatres.

Members of cashback site Quidco can now earn 2% of the value of their shopping in Debenhams stores and 10% in Cineworld cinemas. These two retailers now join Quidcos existing network of merchants offering cashback in-store which includes Halfords (with 4.5% cashback), B&Q (with 2% cashback), Dorothy Perkins (with 2.25% cashback), Austin Reed (with 10% cashback) and Sports Direct (2.25% cashback).

Quidcos in store cashback offering is now more generous than Barclaycard Freedom and contains a wider range of big brand retailers than Nectar.

To obtain cashback, shoppers must visit http://www.quidco.com/in-store-cashback and register the debit or credit card they will use in-store. They then shop as normal and the retailer, recognising that payment was made with a card registered with Quidco, will pay commission to Quidco who then passes this on to the shopper in full as cashback.

Hannah Green at Quidco said, Quidcos cashback offers and voucher codes help our one million members save hundreds and in some cases thousands of pounds a year on their online shopping. However, we understand that online shopping isnt for everyone and so we've found a way to ensure they can take advantage of cashback savings wherever they shop. In-store cashback is exclusive to Quidco.

For every new member that registers and uses their card in December, £1 of Quidcos money will be donated to the NSPCC to help ChildLine to recruit and train more counsellors to answer calls from children over the Christmas period.

Registering a payment card on Quidco.com is secure. Quidcos data storage systems are in accordance with legislation and payment card industry standards. Consumers will not be asked for their expiry date or security code which means that cardholder not present transactions cannot be carried out with the data a user provides Quidco.

Source : PR Fire

15 December 2010
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