As their logo states, you get money back on goods you would have bought anyway. Initially I had reservations, thinking there had to be a catch. But there isn't one. After 2 years of using them, I never buy anything online until I have checked out if the company I am looking for is listed with them. TCB also list their own online voucher codes that can be used in conjunction with getting cashback. Win win situation if you ask me. Occasionally it will let you use a voucher code that hasn't been approved (if it has a larger discount than the one on offer on the TCB website), and this usually tracks fine. If it doesn't, you have still saved by using the better voucher code.
Payout options are good as you can get the cash straight into your bank account, or they offer Amazon vouchers that are topped up by 5% - great if you use Amazon.
In my 2 years of use I have had to make "manual claims" for goods that have not tracked, but these are usually resolved in the timeframe specified, and only once have I had cashback declined, and I did use an unapproved voucher code, so it was not their fault.
Follow the advice they give when signing up, especially regarding "clearing cookies", and there should be no problems.
Very highly recommended :0)
Supposed to be the Low-Cost Airline. Well, definitely not after you have paid for the privilege of paying a booking Admin fee (per person, per flight), luggage (who needs that when going on holiday?), checking in (even online check in warrants a fee!) and if you think you need to pre-book your seat, then think again. Woe betide anybody who loses their boarding card, as it costs a fortune to have it reprinted at the airport. And their payment options are laughable.I have found that their prices are not competitive even prior to adding all the extras.
The departure gates in my experience have always been at the farthest point from the terminal as can possibly be. Then the queues are like a cattle market. And if flying in winter, prepare for a little detour over the tarmac to get to the plane (so get the winter woollies on!). On a recent return flight from Barcelona, we were advised we could check in 2 hours prior to flight departure. Having queued for 20 minutes (now with less than 2 hours to departure), we were told we were far too early and would have to wait half an hour. Half hour later, same again. We finally got to check in an hour before departure. Unsurprisingly, the flight was late taking off. Very very unprofessional company and I have vowed to never use them again. I appreciate that most airlines charge for luggage, credit card bookings, etc, but not the extortionate prices that this lot charge. Use them at your peril.....
Amazon is the first place to go for anything in my opinion. Rarely beaten on price. The free super saver delivery is a bonus if you are not needing goods immediately. The choice is vast and the search function generates a wide variety of goods. However, it also allows for long descriptions in the search engine to narrow down specific items. Always worth checking out first. Additionally, you can get Nectar points on Amazon purchases also, which is an added bonus. The Grocery section specifically is good for bulk buying items that wouldn't ordinarily be available to buy in supermarkets.
Can't rate this company highly enough. Have used them for a few years now, and they always come up with something unusual that requires a purchase! (Just check out the Jack Daniel's on offer). Have great gift ideas for those who like rare items. Speedy delivery, and very well packed, so goods are never damaged. Website very easy to navigate, and has made it easy to search by brand name, country, spirit, etc. Enough said.
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