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Virgin Media TV New Customer Cashback/Offers Reduced/Disappeared?
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Old 22-03-2021, 20:22   #1
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Virgin Media TV New Customer Cashback/Offers Reduced/Disappeared?

Has anyone else noticed that Virgin Media TV cashback has disappeared off Quidco and Topcashback and most other channels, and they haven't had any new customer offers for over a week on their website (not even waiving the set up fee)? They still have cashback for broadband/broadband and phone, but not TV.



Are they trying to reduce the number of new TV customers they are attracting at the moment?
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Re: Virgin Media TV New Customer Cashback/Offers Reduced/Disappeared?

Still on Quidco for Broadband and phone.


https://www.quidco.com/virgin-media/...d1fde4&sv=4-MS
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Re: Virgin Media TV New Customer Cashback/Offers Reduced/Disappeared?

Deals on Topcashback too https://www.topcashback.co.uk/virgin-media/
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Old 22-03-2021, 22:30   #4
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Re: Virgin Media TV New Customer Cashback/Offers Reduced/Disappeared?

They are on Quidco and TCB for phone or phone/broadband - they are not offering cashback on any packages including TV, which is what I stated (and enquired about) in my original post.

They normally have a separate enhanced cashback rate for the TV packages - it hasn't been available for approaching two weeks.

They have also tended to have Flash Sales every week, Monday to Wednesday, but this is the second week that has not happened.

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Old 22-03-2021, 23:59   #5
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Re: Virgin Media TV New Customer Cashback/Offers Reduced/Disappeared?

Well, all new customers now have to have TV360. According to various places on the internet, including their own Community Forum, there are various technical snags with it.

Maybe they're wanting to sort these out before promoting their TV offering? That's all I can think of anyway.
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