Fancy £15 off your next Dominos order? If you’re anything like me you’re already picturing the menu and thinking about using the discount as an excuse to treat yourself to four warm chocolate chip cookies. (If you have never had these then WHAT IS YOUR LIFE?)
My blog has always had a strong pizza vibe. One of the very first blog posts I ever wrote was called ‘Does Dominos deliver on Christmas Day?‘* and who can forget the Dominos versus Pizza Hut comparison post I did back in 2011?
If you want to see an example of top quality photography then you want to hit that baby UP. Talk about proud.
Today though I wanted to let you know about a Dominos offer being hosted by Quidco that gives new Quidco members a massive £15 cashback just for buying a pizza!
Quidco, in case you don’t already know, is the UK’s number one cashback and voucher code site. The theory is simple – you set up an account, go via Quidco any time you want to do any shopping, book a hotel, compare insurance prices etc, and you earn cashback. The cashback you earn can then be transferred into your bank, sent to you via PayPal or as an Amazon voucher.
It’s that simple.
They work with over 4,500 online retailers, but what you may not realise is that you can also register up to five debit or credit cards and get cashback when you shop with them at over 7,000 high street stores too. (Find out more about high street cashback options here.) You can also earn cashback bonuses by referring friends to Quidco.
Quidco says that their average user earns £302 a year.
That’s a lot isn’t it for doing basically nothing? I went on my own to Lisbon for two nights in April and the whole thing cost me less than that, so essentially you could be getting a European city mini break for free every year.
To test the statistic, I got in touch with my mate Jon, who is the guru of all things money making at The Money Shed. I knew he’d be well into anything that meant he could boast about how much extra cash he’s made from home.
‘I’ve been using the likes of QuidCo for over 10 years,’ bragged Jon, ‘and have made thousands of pounds just by doing my regular shopping via the site. Every year when it comes round to renewing my car / home / life insurance I always goes via Quidco to make sure I get paid as well! One top tip is to make sure you hit up the bingo deals. It sounds strange but there are some fantastic ‘Sign up and get £50 playing £10 pounds of bingo’ type offers on there. I once spend a whole Saturday signing up to them all and must have made around £650.’
So let’s crack on with earning you some cash.
Get £15 cashback on your next Dominos order
To get you started, I’m going to walk you through the fantastic new member offer that Quidco have going at the moment, which gives you £15 cashback at Dominos.
STEP ONE: Start off by following this link to the Quidco Dominos offer. It will open in a new window and should look like this:
STEP TWO: Set up your new Quidco account by filling out that little form on the right hand side. I timed it and it took me 22 seconds, so not exactly a chore.
STEP THREE: Click on the blue button that says Start Earning Cashback and you’ll get redirected to the Dominos website. You only need to spend a minimum of £10, so you could end up in profit! Quidco automatically registers the transaction.
STEP FOUR: Get comfy and watch a bit of Love Island while you wait for your pizza to arrive.
STEP FIVE: Eat your pizza and cookies. (Wait what? How did those cookies get there?)
STEP SIX: Wait for the money to roll in! The transaction will show in your account within 72 hours and your cashback for this offer will follow within two weeks. You can withdraw your cash direct into your bank or PayPal account or take it as Amazon vouchers. (Don’t be scared if initially you just get confirmation of the standard 1% cashback. I checked with Quidco and this is right – the bonus doesn’t show up until two weeks later.)
And that’s it! £15 just for buying a pizza. Then just make sure you have a proper browse of the Quidco site, set up your debit and credit cards too for in store cashback, and you could be earning hundreds of pounds every year just for doing your regular shopping!
*The ‘Christmas Day Dominos’ post still gets a decent amount of traffic. I’m not sure if this makes me sad or not.