Win £1,000 with Quidco Compare

This post has been sponsored by Quidco

SuperLucky readers will know that I’m a big fan of Quidco, having used the website for years to claim cashback on all sorts of purchases – from tights to flights! So it’s great to see them launch another generous prize draw with two prizes of £1,000 in your Quidco account – and all you need to do is use Quidco Compare to check out quotes for your car or home insurance.

I use the Quidco Compare tool every year when my car and home insurance is due, and I always manage to get a cheaper deal – with the bonus of cashback too! I’ve just renewed my home insurance, switching from Halifax (a renewal quote of £142) to More Than (a new quote of £122). I also earned £28 cashback in the process, so I’m pretty happy with that!

Quidco Compare doesn’t only offer comparison tools for car insurance and home insurance – they can also compare energy providers, broadband, pets and even travel insurance.

Quidco Compare Win £1000

How to enter the Quidco Compare £1k prize draw

For a chance to win £1,000 in your Quidco account you’ll need to be a Quidco member. Feel free to join using my referral link – thankyou!

Then, simply use Quidco Compare to compare quotes for your home or car insurance before 31 October 2021, and you’ll get an automatic entry into a £1,000 prize draw. Get quotes for both and you’ll get entries into both draws! You don’t need to purchase any of the insurance deals you’re shown – just getting the quotes is enough to qualify for a prize draw entry. One £1,000 winner will be chosen from the car insurance entries, and one from the home insurance entries.

You’ll have to give quite a few details in order to get your quotes so make sure you have all the relevant information to hand – the value of bikes, laptops, etc.

Quidco Compare will then generate a list of all the quotes available to you, in order of the cheapest option first – if you’re happy you can then go on to accept one of them. If you’re not ready to make a purchase, you can always come back and retrieve the quotes later. You can get a quote at any time of year – but if you want to go ahead and purchase insurance, it will need to be within the 30 days before your current policy’s expiry date.

Note that cashback for insurance can take 8 weeks or more to track in Quidco, so don’t panic if yours takes a while to show on your account.

The prize draw is open to UK residents (excluding Northern Ireland) aged 18 years and over and you can check all the terms and conditions on the Quidco website.

Quidco will choose two £1,000 winners at random (one each from the car and home entries) and contact them by email in December 2021.

Earn £25 when you refer a friend to Quidco

Refer your friends and family to Quidco and you’ll earn an ADDITIONAL £25 for each referral (you’ll earn the £25 cashback when your friend earns their first £5 cashback).

Disclaimer: This post has been sponsored by Quidco. I only partner with brands that I trust and that I think my readers will like – thank you for supporting the brands that support SuperLucky! Keep up with the latest news from Quidco on TwitterInstagram and Facebook – and join their excellent Facebook group Quidco Rocks!

4 Responses

  1. Finn says:

    Hi Di,

    Sorry for writing this question under this post… Didn’t know where to ask help.

    Have you ever heard about any comper, whose FB account has been temporarily locked?

    A couple of days ago my FB account got suddenly locked, after I took part to a FB competition. I think FB AI considered my comment as a spam and that’s why the account got locked.

    They asked a photo of my ID, which I sent with all the important subjects covered.

    They (A bot?) sent me a mail back, telling me how the ID information and ID won’t match with my profile, even tho I did everything right.

    I sent a new photo and again… Same mail back… Doesn’t accept.

    Do you know anyone who has been in the same loop and what to do?

    Apprecitiating your answer.

    Have a lovely autumn!

    • Di says:

      Does your Facebook profile name match the name on your ID? That’s the only thing they’ll be checking. And is it government issued ID?

      • Finn says:

        Hi Di,

        Thank you so much for your quick answer! Sorry mine taking a couple of days, but was waiting for some progress which hasn’t really happened.

        Yes, the names match and the ID is government issued.

        Day before yesterday I had an e-mail from FB and I assume the photo which I sent was too blurry (even I thought it was clear enough). I sent *again* a new one, even it was hard to get a better one.

        Do you have any tips for taking clearer pictures?

        Do you know anyone, who has been in the same situatuon with FB?

        This is so stressful and frustrating, because I need FB in my daily basis.

        Sorry my questions, dear Di.

        • Finn says:

          Update to my situation: I sent a “report a login issue” form and after that I gained my account back. Hopefully this helps someone.

          Thank you for your great work, Di!

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