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How do I withdraw cashback?
How do I withdraw cashback?
Updated over a week ago

You’ve made your purchases, we’ve received the cashback from the retailer, and now it’s time for you to request a withdrawal. We offer a variety of different payment options:

  • Bank Transfer (BACS): Transfer your cashback directly to your bank account. This is a common and free method.

  • PayPal: Quickly withdraw your cashback into your PayPal account.

  • Retailer Gift Cards: Get gift cards for popular retailers. Gift card withdrawals may offer an extra bonus on your cashback amount.

If you use the Quidco app, you are also able to withdraw part of your balance.

Minimum Withdrawal Amounts

Bank transfer (BACS) and PayPal: Minimum withdrawal of £1.

Gift cards: Minimum amounts vary depending on the retailer. Check the payments page for specific details.

How to Withdraw Your Cashback

When we receive the cashback, we will notify you and update the purchase in your activity to “confirmed”. When you see the status “confirmed,” you’ll know that you can make a withdrawal request.

Simply head to your payments page and click “withdraw” on your preferred option, and we'll take care of the rest.

If you wish to request a withdrawal to your bank or PayPal account, make sure we have your current details registered in your settings page. When you add a new payment method, there will be a 48-hour hold period for security checks (including when selecting a gift card).

Withdrawal Processing Times

Withdrawals typically take a few days to process. Bank transfers might take 3-5 working days, while PayPal transfers and gift card deliveries can be faster. For a detailed breakdown of estimated processing times, see our "How long does a withdrawal take?" guide.

Your Cashback Record

We’ll keep a running record for you on your statement page of all cashback amounts that have reached the “confirmed” status and a log of all withdrawals you make and what method of withdrawal you used.

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