FED up with not deciding where to spend your break?
Sign up to BeRightBack through Quidco for your next European adventure – and get cashback on a trip to a new destination.
One of the possible destinations is Tuscany, Italy[/caption]
BeRightBack is a travel subscription service offering customers three weekend holidays per year.
Subscribers can experience a new taste of culture every 4 months, heading to European cities like Paris, Dubrovnik, Amsterdam, and Bordeaux.
Users keep control of travel dates, trip type, flight time and preferred departure airports.
And they’re guaranteed a minimum 3-star rated accommodation, which is included in the monthly price along with flights.
A solo traveller using BeRightBack pays a £49 monthly subscription fee, while a couple pays £89.99.
You might end up spending your weekend break in Amsterdam[/caption]
If that sounds tempting, Quidco can save you money with BeRightBack – earning you 20 per cent cashback on your first subscription payment.
And if you’re new to the cashback site, you can also receive an extra £15 bonus back to your account – a combined total of up to £32 cashback.
All you have to do is to sign up to Quidco through this link and then subscribe to BeRightBack via Quidco.
On sign up to BeRightBack you’ll receive 20 per cent cashback on your first month’s subscription payment.
Safe in the knowledge you’ve made your travel plans much, much easier.
So how do I get my cashback?
- Sign up to Quidco for free here
- Head to BeRightBack via Quidco and click ‘Redeem Bonus’
- Subscribe to BeRightBack’s travel service
- Get 20 per cent cashback on your first monthly subscription payment
- Get an extra £15 bonus if you’re new to Quidco
The £15 bonus cashback deal is live now and runs until the 31st of August.
So you’ve plenty of time to sign up to take some of the legwork out of your next break.
If you do want to take advantage it’s limited to 1,000 people, so you’ll need to be quick.
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