Quidco – Snow Me The Money
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I’m a bit behind with this one – I’m more of a TopCashback user but occasionally use Quidco so I’ve missed out big time on this as, unlike TopCashback, the daily clues aren’t retrospective and have to be done on the day. Also, unlike TopCashback, you just get the daily clues – you don’t have to trawl other pages to collect items to fill up your prize board so it’s less of a pain but the flip-side is that your chances are more limited with Quidco. But it’s free so…
What is it?
Each day you can find a total of two daily clues for retailers; all you have to do is figure out what retailers the clues are for and visit their respective Quidco pages and see what you have won. There’s a variety of cash prizes from 10p to £50 and a Super Draw at the end of the giveaway.
Each collected prezzie sack represents an entry into their Super Draw held on 28th November 2017.
The giveaway is runs from 11:00 on the 1st November 2017 until 17:00 on the 23rd November 2017 so that’s a total of 23 days of clues and prize draw entries. As a boost, you can earn 20 extra entries by clicking (or tapping) the social media buttons on the “Bonus Super Draw Entry” tab on the giveaway screen and share the giveaway on Facebook and Twitter (this is per day also).
The full Terms and Conditions are accessible here.
To participate, make sure you click (or tap, if you’re on a mobile device) on the giveaway tab at the bottom of the page and “Opt In” before you start playing; if you don’t you won’t find any clues and can’t win any prizes.
Below is a list of the days and the answers. Unfortunately, as I mentioned above, if you miss a day then you won’t be able to get the clue(s).
Quidco Snow Me The Money Daily Clues
Quidco have partnered with a few sponsors for this event who have exclusive offers available, especially with Christmas fast approaching!
Share your wins in the comments and good luck!
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