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Get a 5% discount on anything at Dixons Travel at the airport

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Cashback site Quidco has an exclusive offer in conjunction with Dixons Travel, the airport retailer of electronic gadgets.

This is a rather complex offer to understand, but could be very valuable – especially if you are in the market for a laptop, ipad etc.

This offer may change on Monday, but it is not clear if it will disappear, will stay the same or will reduce to a lower cashback level.  Check Quidco on the day you plan to make a purchase to be sure.

Step 1:  You must be a member of Quidco

If you’re not, you can join via this link.  (This link earns me a £2.50 referral commission once you have earned £5, which I promise not to spend all at once!)

Step 2:  Register your credit card at this page – Amex not accepted, unfortunately

Step 3:  Make your purchase at Dixons Travel using the same credit card you registered in Step 2

Step 4:  Take a photograph of your receipt and upload it to Quidco within 48 hours of making the purchase

Step 5:  Receive 5% of your spending back as cashback via your Quidco account

Looking at the Quidco webpage for this offer, no products are excluded, even ipads, Kindles etc.  This could therefore be a real saving – although it depends what happens to the cashback rate on Monday.

Comments (3)

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  • Rob says:

    Not for me! I only get offered £2.50, must be targeted.

    If anyone has been given a £20 link then feel free to post it here – I’m happy to sacrifice £2.50 if a reader can pick up £20 instead!

  • TT says:

    This is a good deal as their prices are already VERY keen Vs high street retail and you can pick up the goods on your return at baggage reclaim or have them delivered.

    PLUS the added bonus of Heathrow rewards if you happen to use the stores at LHR.

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