upto 4.5% cashback Disney.co.uk

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  1. wayneg

    wayneg Moderator Moderator

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  3. scottishgirl87

    scottishgirl87 DIS Veteran

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    Ohhh I might sign up on Top Cashback then!! Signed up on Quidco and saw DLRP is included with 6.5% cashback for but not DisneyWorld.

    Something's better than nothing!
     
  4. DISWolves

    DISWolves Dreams really can come true !!!!

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    Is there a cancellation charge for the room, so that I could re-book?
    I don't expect to be able to cancel the park tickets
     
  5. wayneg

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    I have never used Topcashback but can't see anyone else offering anything so worth a go for anyone booking. Would have preferred it to be on Rpoints or Quidco.

    Yes Nigel there is a fee, was £50pp last year for us, don't think its changed.
     
  6. wayneg

    wayneg Moderator Moderator

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    Just read your post again, if you only cancelled room to rebook you wouldn't get free DDP. Have to be booked together.
     
  7. scottishgirl87

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    I dunno if I would cancel and rebook to get the cashback. Cashback is never a guarantee so I wouldn't risk it incase :confused3 Maybe that's just me though. Martin Lewis over at MSE is quoted as the following:
     
  8. FloFlo71

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    Do you get the 4.5% cash back if you only pay the deposit when you book?

    Thanks
     
  9. wayneg

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    As I said I have never used Topcashback, my usual cashback site is Rpoints.com with them the transaction is tracked and shows as pending within a day or 2(sometimes upto 2 weeks) then the money is awarded btween 2-3 months.
    Just done home & contents insurance at £237 on 11th Oct, it says I will be awarded £42.50 on 10th Dec.
    When you pay a deposit it works in same way, last year I paid deposit for hotel with Hotelopia, I got £21 cashback. I then cancelled (£15 fee) they never claimed back the £21 so even though I cancelled I was still £6 better off.
    I would expect this company to work the same but won't know until we try.
     
  10. FloFlo71

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    Thanks I am signed up with quidco but not topcashback but still deciding whether we actually go in 2010 at the moment.
     
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    Thanks Wayne. We took your advise & signed up for Quidco last year. Unfortunately, I did'nt get cash back on flights as I panicked when i'd duplicated the booking and deleted the wrong one. Have used it for other things though. Will be great for Disney UK as we are hoping for 19 nights at SSR.
     
  13. wayneg

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    Cashback is amazing. Just renewed car insurance on Saturday. BMW 318iSE Social Domestic & Biz use for insured and spouse, fully comp with guaranteed protected no claims & legal cover. Premium £213 cashback £70 cost to me £143. Didn't bother renewing with HSBC, they wanted £456:scared1:
    Takes my total cashback to £1,704.38 :goodvibes
     
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    Now also on Rpoints my fave cashback company.
    I sent them a request last night for them to add Disney to their merchants if possible, just got email from them telling me they have been added.:thumbsup2

    They don't offer as much cashback but will match any other company under their Highest cashback promise.
    Rpoints is not as easy to use as other cashback sites but in 5 years I have been paid every penny I have claimed for, way better success rate than other sites.

    http://www.rpoints.com/walt-disney-travel-company:-florida-holidays/bargains/m7318/?link_id=8
     
  16. fleurbie

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    Never heard of this before Thanks for info:popcorn::
     
  17. irongirlof12

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    does this mean you are now an on-site convert? or will it still feel like escaping disney :lmao:

    very good offer, shame it's not on quidco as i use that all the time now.
     
  18. wayneg

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    We were suprised how much we enjoyed OKW and DDP but still hate the buses, EMH and paying $10/24 hrs for internet(cost me $140:mad:) Its all down to the price for me, £100/night next August with free DDP at either OKW or SSR is as cheap as offsite.

    It is on Quidco, you missed my post on 1st page.
    Here's the 3 cashback sites its available on.
    http://www.quidco.com/disney-florida-holidays/
    http://www.rpoints.com/walt-disney-travel-company:-florida-holidays/bargains/m7318/?link_id=8
    http://www.topcashback.co.uk/retailerdetailWalt_Disney_Florida.htm
     
  19. OrlandoMagic

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    Caskback Kings do the same deal at 4.5% (run by the same guys that do Rpoints).

    http://www.cashbackkings.com/walt-disney-travel-company:-florida-holidays/bargains/m7318

    I'm like Wayne, we get cashback on almost everything we buy online :thumbsup2
     

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