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£10.00 off Your Introductory Order of £15 @ Next

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5y, 7m agoFound 5 years, 7 months ago
Enjoy £10 off your first next.co.uk order over £15 (exc P&P)

Simply go into the store and pick up a voucher, you will need to enter an email address.

The lady at Next mentioned that if you already have a Next online account open you can just create a new account with a different email address (max 3 email addresses per house hold). Although, the voucher can only be used once per household.

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#1
i have done this before , will pick one up next time i'm in town
heat added
#2
Not quite sure how to load a picture with the T&C, sorry!!

If needed can someone point me in the right direction.
#3
will pick one up tomorrow and give it a try. Heat added, thanks for sharing.
#4
You know, I've never ever seen one of these in store.. They've been doing them for about 2 years, and I've always looked out for them..
#5
Think you have to sign up to receive their catalogue and you'll be charged £3.99 to you account. Also delivery is £3.95 with no option for delivery to the store if I remember correctly.
#6
They are by the till.

All I had to do was write down my email address. They then retain one half of the voucher and I was given the other part with the access code.

Simples :)
3 Likes #7
after the trainers fiasco they can keep their £10
2 Likes #8
would never shop with next
had a bad experience and never again
#9
I over heard someone on the checkout last time I was there and I'm sure they said the more you spend the more the discount is, could be wrong though.
#10
hi i work at next, i've not heard anything about the more you spend the more discount you get, it's literally £10 off of your first purchase online, obviously spending over £15 non inclusive of the delivery as stated, mainly for first time users, it to rope people in to be honest
banned#11
It makes me cringe when I see these introductory offers posted as hot deals. They've all been around for years and many, like the Next, one will end up costing you money.

This is as cold as it gets from me sorry........
#12
Yeah, I got given this instore too when I was in purchasing my jeans, used it, it worked fine...saved some money too so can't be bad! It was like a kind of gift card, with number you had to put in. really easy.
2 Likes #13
howardino
It makes me cringe when I see these introductory offers posted as hot deals. They've all been around for years and many, like the Next, one will end up costing you money.

This is as cold as it gets from me sorry........


By that logic any product on this site should be voted cold as it will end up costing you money having to buy it.
If you want something from Next then this will save you £10. If not then walk on by.
Sounds good to me.
2 Likes #14
Next's website is awful.
banned#15
gratts
howardino
It makes me cringe when I see these introductory offers posted as hot deals. They've all been around for years and many, like the Next, one will end up costing you money.

This is as cold as it gets from me sorry........

By that logic any product on this site should be voted cold as it will end up costing you money having to buy it.
If you want something from Next then this will save you £10. If not then walk on by.
Sounds good to me.

....and by your logic I could post a deal from each catalogue every day applying a new member introductory offer. Pick something at £15.00 and bring it here for a fiver. Then do the same tomorrow, and the day after, and the day after............

Hang on a minute, folks do that already and they go sub zero in a hurry. ;)
2 Likes #16
Hold up!! This is only my third post but I thought this was the idea of the website,to bring deals to the attention of people.

Sorry if I have missed something.
1 Like #17
howardino
gratts
howardino
It makes me cringe when I see these introductory offers posted as hot deals. They've all been around for years and many, like the Next, one will end up costing you money.

This is as cold as it gets from me sorry........


By that logic any product on this site should be voted cold as it will end up costing you money having to buy it.
If you want something from Next then this will save you £10. If not then walk on by.
Sounds good to me.


....and by your logic I could post a deal from each catalogue every day applying a new member introductory offer. Pick something at £15.00 and bring it here for a fiver. Then do the same tomorrow, and the day after, and the day after............

Hang on a minute, folks do that already and they go sub zero in a hurry. ;)


What are you on about? The op hasn't posted a deal for a specific item (_;)
1 Like #18
mumbojumbo
Would be good if you could use the discount without opening a new credit account.
You don't have to open a credit account with them. You pay for the item with your debit card and it does not invlove opening any credit account, well not when i did it.
I also manage to get it delivered free by choosing the 'take the catalogue' option and then removing it before the checkout...bit sneeky but it worked!
#19
Thanks im going to pop into next and get my code soon, seen some stuff i want for my hols, this will make it cheaper :)
banned#20
KingSquad
howardino
gratts
howardino
It makes me cringe when I see these introductory offers posted as hot deals. They've all been around for years and many, like the Next, one will end up costing you money.

This is as cold as it gets from me sorry........

By that logic any product on this site should be voted cold as it will end up costing you money having to buy it.
If you want something from Next then this will save you £10. If not then walk on by.
Sounds good to me.

....and by your logic I could post a deal from each catalogue every day applying a new member introductory offer. Pick something at £15.00 and bring it here for a fiver. Then do the same tomorrow, and the day after, and the day after............

Hang on a minute, folks do that already and they go sub zero in a hurry. ;)

What are you on about? The op hasn't posted a deal for a specific item (_;)


correct, they've done nothing more than start a thread about an intoductory offer which has been around for years. It's not even a 'deal', hot or cold.

Unless you've seen one of the many cold threads about introdctory discounts which end up back firing.
#21
You definately DO have to open a credit account with them to get your £10 discount which includes being charged £3.75 for a catalogue. I have just gone through the checkout process using one of these vouchers. You cannot remove the catalogue from the shopping basket as someone said earlier, you will be credit checked and you have to pay for your first order with a debit or credit card to confirm your identity.
#22
I haven't used mine yet but the checkout assistant said you do not have to open an account.
banned#23
lozfitz
I haven't used mine yet but the checkout assistant said you do not have to open an account.

that seems to contradict with your opening effort stating 'The lady at Next mentioned that if you already have a Next online account open you can just create a new account with a different email address (max 3 email addresses per house hold). Although, the voucher can only be used once per household.'
#24
Sorry I think I am getting myself confused. From what the lady said you do not need to open a credit account, does that make sense?
banned#25
lozfitz
Sorry I think I am getting myself confused. From what the lady said you do not need to open a credit account, does that make sense?


No. I'll run with your opening statement, the first is usually the right one.

They're going to do a credit check, create a credit agreement and charge you for their catalogues.

This 'voucher' is nothing more than a long standing offer/bribe to enter into a credit agreement and as I said earlier they're not deals they're quite the opposite and why I vote cold.
#26
sall242003
You definately DO have to open a credit account with them to get your £10 discount which includes being charged £3.75 for a catalogue. I have just gone through the checkout process using one of these vouchers. You cannot remove the catalogue from the shopping basket as someone said earlier, you will be credit checked and you have to pay for your first order with a debit or credit card to confirm your identity.

100% NOT TRUE.

Well 100% not true for me. Using two new emails addresses I used two different codes and was given the option to either:
A: get free delivery but pay £3.95 for a catalogue or
B: pay £3.99 for delivery

I chose option B and so therefore just got £6.01 off each order, paid by credit card. 100% did not open a credit account, they don't have my bank details etc to do that.
#27
howardino
lozfitz
Sorry I think I am getting myself confused. From what the lady said you do not need to open a credit account, does that make sense?



No. I'll run with your opening statement, the first is usually the right one.

They're going to do a credit check, create a credit agreement and charge you for their catalogues.

This 'voucher' is nothing more than a long standing offer/bribe to enter into a credit agreement and as I said earlier they're not deals they're quite the opposite and why I vote cold.

100% untrue
#28
rs327
Think you have to sign up to receive their catalogue and you'll be charged £3.99 to you account. Also delivery is £3.95 with no option for delivery to the store if I remember correctly.

100% untrue
banned#29
If you say so, It must be nice to have several delivery addresses to chose from. ;)
#30
Thank you for clearing this up, really appreciate it.

MIDURIX
sall242003
You definately DO have to open a credit account with them to get your £10 discount which includes being charged £3.75 for a catalogue. I have just gone through the checkout process using one of these vouchers. You cannot remove the catalogue from the shopping basket as someone said earlier, you will be credit checked and you have to pay for your first order with a debit or credit card to confirm your identity.

100% NOT TRUE.

Well 100% not true for me. Using two new emails addresses I used two different codes and was given the option to either:
A: get free delivery but pay £3.95 for a catalogue or
B: pay £3.99 for delivery

I chose option B and so therefore just got £6.01 off each order, paid by credit card. 100% did not open a credit account, they don't have my bank details etc to do that.
banned#31
gratts
howardino
It makes me cringe when I see these introductory offers posted as hot deals. They've all been around for years and many, like the Next, one will end up costing you money.

This is as cold as it gets from me sorry........

By that logic any product on this site should be voted cold as it will end up costing you money having to buy it.
If you want something from Next then this will save you £10. If not then walk on by.
Sounds good to me.


marks and spencers glitch 2 xmas ago didnt cost me any money so atleast this site would have one hot deal maybe once a year
#32
lozfitz
Thank you for clearing this up, really appreciate it.

MIDURIX
sall242003
You definately DO have to open a credit account with them to get your £10 discount which includes being charged £3.75 for a catalogue. I have just gone through the checkout process using one of these vouchers. You cannot remove the catalogue from the shopping basket as someone said earlier, you will be credit checked and you have to pay for your first order with a debit or credit card to confirm your identity.
100% NOT TRUE.

Well 100% not true for me. Using two new emails addresses I used two different codes and was given the option to either:
A: get free delivery but pay £3.95 for a catalogue or
B: pay £3.99 for delivery

I chose option B and so therefore just got £6.01 off each order, paid by credit card. 100% did not open a credit account, they don't have my bank details etc to do that.

I am glad to see we got it sorted!!!
Was alot of 100% true and 100% not true....

I only wrote what actually happened with me, which was my 100%truth. No credit check, no credit account and no delivery charged.
Well done to those who have mastered it!
#33
This has been around for nearly 3 years. I've worked in Next all this time but never thought of posting it as a deal?
#34
rs327
Think you have to sign up to receive their catalogue and you'll be charged £3.99 to you account. Also delivery is £3.95 with no option for delivery to the store if I remember correctly.

Code L7001 can be used for free next day delivery!
Been using it for a couple of weeks and am on first name terms with the delivery driver now :D
#35
Cold!
Do you really need another credit account?
banned#36
krk21
lozfitz
Thank you for clearing this up, really appreciate it.

MIDURIX
sall242003
You definately DO have to open a credit account with them to get your £10 discount which includes being charged £3.75 for a catalogue. I have just gone through the checkout process using one of these vouchers. You cannot remove the catalogue from the shopping basket as someone said earlier, you will be credit checked and you have to pay for your first order with a debit or credit card to confirm your identity.
100% NOT TRUE.

Well 100% not true for me. Using two new emails addresses I used two different codes and was given the option to either:
A: get free delivery but pay £3.95 for a catalogue or
B: pay £3.99 for delivery

I chose option B and so therefore just got £6.01 off each order, paid by credit card. 100% did not open a credit account, they don't have my bank details etc to do that.

I am glad to see we got it sorted!!!
Was alot of 100% true and 100% not true....

I only wrote what actually happened with me, which was my 100%truth. No credit check, no credit account and no delivery charged.
Well done to those who have mastered it!

When you say 'you only wrote' could you explain how that works as this is your first post. LMAO.

Why the need to create a new ID this morning to tell us assuming you're speaking on behalf of MIDURIX.

Is this what is known on ebay as a Code 42 to cover up the truth? ;)
#37
howardino
If you say so, It must be nice to have several delivery addresses to chose from. ;)

Nope, used the same address for both orders.
#38
mumbojumbo
MIDURIX
paid by credit card. 100% did not open a credit account, they don't have my bank details etc to do that.


Are you sure? ;)
I don't ever remember seeing an option to pay up front.
You place your order and your Next Account is debited when the goods are despatched, you have 10 days home approval. An account statement comes through later for you to pay.

Yes I am sure, put in my card details and the secure code bs came up as usual
#39
paulhollio
rs327
Think you have to sign up to receive their catalogue and you'll be charged £3.99 to you account. Also delivery is £3.95 with no option for delivery to the store if I remember correctly.


Code L7001 can be used for free next day delivery!
Been using it for a couple of weeks and am on first name terms with the delivery driver now :D

Can't use the free delivery code with this, the promotional box bit disappears after you have used the promotional pin no. on the £10 off card
#40
howardino
krk21
lozfitz
Thank you for clearing this up, really appreciate it.

MIDURIX
sall242003
You definately DO have to open a credit account with them to get your £10 discount which includes being charged £3.75 for a catalogue. I have just gone through the checkout process using one of these vouchers. You cannot remove the catalogue from the shopping basket as someone said earlier, you will be credit checked and you have to pay for your first order with a debit or credit card to confirm your identity.

100% NOT TRUE.

Well 100% not true for me. Using two new emails addresses I used two different codes and was given the option to either:
A: get free delivery but pay £3.95 for a catalogue or
B: pay £3.99 for delivery

I chose option B and so therefore just got £6.01 off each order, paid by credit card. 100% did not open a credit account, they don't have my bank details etc to do that.


I am glad to see we got it sorted!!!
Was alot of 100% true and 100% not true....

I only wrote what actually happened with me, which was my 100%truth. No credit check, no credit account and no delivery charged.
Well done to those who have mastered it!


When you say 'you only wrote' could you explain how that works as this is your first post. LMAO.

Why the need to create a new ID this morning to tell us assuming you're speaking on behalf of MIDURIX.

Is this what is known on ebay as a Code 42 to cover up the truth? ;)

I have no idea who that guy is. But if you look up you will see he has already made a post!

Edit: Here is his first post:
krk2
mumbojumbo
Would be good if you could use the discount without opening a new credit account.

You don't have to open a credit account with them. You pay for the item with your debit card and it does not invlove opening any credit account, well not when i did it.
I also manage to get it delivered free by choosing the 'take the catalogue' option and then removing it before the checkout...bit sneeky but it worked!



Edited By: MIDURIX on Apr 20, 2011 12:07

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