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  • spellman 32 posts

    Which? are running a 50% off promo for November which brings down the price to £39.50 for their digital-only membership.

    I have a 50% back on my Amex Plat, bringing the price down to £19.75.

    Combine with £10 cashback from TCB that reduces the cost to £9.75

    Now I just need to work out what on earth I can use a Which? subscription for 😂

    BBbetter 819 posts

    TCB wont payout on discounted price. But you may get lucky.

    masaccio 815 posts

    Whenever I’ve wanted to read Which? content for recommendations, I’ve just subscribed for a month and cancelled. I recall they sometimes they run free evaluation periods.

    You have to bear in mind that their ratings are often overly skewed by stuff you don’t care about, but that’s what the detailed breakdowns are for. The bean-to-cup machine I bought, for example, is rated low for noise which I could not give a stuff about.

    So basically, wait until you want to buy something expensive and discover they’ve reviewed that category.

    can2 580 posts

    On my BAPP I have a Which 50% cash back offer for >£35, and I am a Which member.
    Few days ago, I rang up to renew my subscription and bargained for a deal. At the end, I paid £49.50 for a year full access .
    With the Amex cashback it cost me just £25.

    spellman 32 posts

    TCB wont payout on discounted price. But you may get lucky.

    They should do when the offer or voucher is listed on their site, which this one is.

    BBbetter 819 posts

    On my BAPP I have a Which 50% cash back offer for >£35, and I am a Which member.
    Few days ago, I rang up to renew my subscription and bargained for a deal. At the end, I paid £49.50 for a year full access <em class=”d4pbbc-italic” i=”ike”>.
    With the Amex cashback it cost me just £25.

    Yep, they always discount to that rate for retentions. After cashback is a fair price i’d say.

    BBbetter 819 posts

    You have to bear in mind that their ratings are often overly skewed by stuff you don’t care about, but that’s what the detailed breakdowns are for. The bean-to-cup machine I bought, for example, is rated low for noise which I could not give a stuff about.

    Agreed, some aspects are overrated, but many of the details are good to read and understand quickly. You can ultimately find the same info if you spend hours on google and read dozens of reviews, but cant be bothered with that.

    can2 580 posts

    especially for someone like me, who don’t give a damn to public’s opinion about a product, Which is good. I rather pay someone to do pro-level reviews of a product than waste my money on bribed amazon reviews…

    tomh 6 posts

    Bought some white goods after recommendations on there and honestly some of the best products in those categories I’ve ever used. Induction hob half the price of the “highest end model” on the brand’s website, but Which’s top rating, has absolutely done wonders. Same with dishwasher (fed up with annoying dishwashers which don’t clean properly), microwave, fridge.

    Frankly even at £40 it’s a fantastic deal for the wealth of info in there.

    Harrier25 913 posts

    You can now also access the monthly magazines via the app which makes it an even better deal. I signed up with the 50% Amex cashback offer and the TCB does post.

    CarpalTravel 382 posts
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