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£5 Amazon Voucher when you spend £20.00 at Just Eat with Vouchercodes

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Just sign up to voucher codes Click link to Just Eat and spend at least £20 They will send you a £5 Amazon Voucher within 6 days. Offer on all weekend Read More
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1w, 12h agoFound 1 week, 12 hours ago
Just sign up to voucher codes
Click link to Just Eat and spend at least £20
They will send you a £5 Amazon Voucher within 6 days.

Offer on all weekend
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8 Likes
Should be able to combine with the AMEX £5 credit offer :)
7 Likes
Shame it's £20 spend. Will need to get greedy with the poppadoms.
7 Likes
Thoughtful
Tonight I'm having Sweet & Sour Chicken with Fried rice, which I will make myself. The advantages are many!I know what's in it!Nothing which comes out of a takeaway is either difficult to cook or time consuming.I can have this cooked from scratch in less time than it would take to get to the takeaway order & get back.It's much much cheaper as one chicken breast serves two people.I can tweak a recipe to how I like it.Try cooking these things, you'll never find out how easy they are until you try, and you'll never know just how great food can taste compared to the takeaway when you cook it yourself.What's not to like?


Can I place an order for your food through Just-Eat?
5 Likes
Damn had a takeaway last night and I've got no will power at-all. ;)

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8 Likes #2
Should be able to combine with the AMEX £5 credit offer :)
#3
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1. MINIMUM SPEND DOES NOT INCLUDE DELIVERY CHARGE
2. This offer is not valid in conjunction with any other cashback or voucher code promotion which isn't advertised on VoucherCodes.co.uk
3. To be eligible for the offer you must make your Just Eat purchase online via VoucherCodes.co.uk using the link provided.
4. Your claim will not be valid if you click on any other links or websites after VoucherCodes.co.uk, before making your online purchase at Just Eat.
5. The transaction must have taken place online at Just Eat during the promotion period via the VoucherCodes.co.uk link. Transactions completed over the phone will be considered invalid and will not qualify for a reward
6. Cancelling or returning any items made in your online purchase will deem the claim invalid and you will not receive the £5 Amazon voucher.
7. Provided you meet the full terms of the offer, an email alert will be sent to the email address you used to register with VoucherCodes.co.uk within six business days. The £5 Amazon voucher will then be available for you to redeem in your VoucherCodes.co.uk account.
8. This offer is limited to one £5 Amazon voucher per person.
9. Only one £5 Amazon voucher reward is available per valid transaction.
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13. This promotion is not sponsored, endorsed, administered by or associated with Just Eat.
5 Likes #4
Damn had a takeaway last night and I've got no will power at-all. ;)
#5
Eating alone tonight,
#6
Saved for later
7 Likes #7
Shame it's £20 spend. Will need to get greedy with the poppadoms.
#8
good find
#9
great deal
#10
geforce
Should be able to combine with the AMEX £5 credit offer :)

And the EE 20% off code!
1 Like #11
pototea
geforce
Should be able to combine with the AMEX £5 credit offer :)
And the EE 20% off code!

I doubt it, see clause 2 - the cashback should work as they would never be told by Amex, but the EE code requires a voucher code to be used, and they'll be able to tell instantly.

open to being proved wrong though!
3 Likes #12
Tonight I'm having Sweet & Sour Chicken with Fried rice, which I will make myself.

The advantages are many!

I know what's in it!
Nothing which comes out of a takeaway is either difficult to cook or time consuming.
I can have this cooked from scratch in less time than it would take to get to the takeaway order & get back.
It's much much cheaper as one chicken breast serves two people.
I can tweak a recipe to how I like it.


Try cooking these things, you'll never find out how easy they are until you try, and you'll never know just how great food can taste compared to the takeaway when you cook it yourself.

What's not to like?
7 Likes #13
Thoughtful
Tonight I'm having Sweet & Sour Chicken with Fried rice, which I will make myself. The advantages are many!I know what's in it!Nothing which comes out of a takeaway is either difficult to cook or time consuming.I can have this cooked from scratch in less time than it would take to get to the takeaway order & get back.It's much much cheaper as one chicken breast serves two people.I can tweak a recipe to how I like it.Try cooking these things, you'll never find out how easy they are until you try, and you'll never know just how great food can taste compared to the takeaway when you cook it yourself.What's not to like?


Can I place an order for your food through Just-Eat?
3 Likes #14
Thoughtful
Tonight I'm having Sweet & Sour Chicken with Fried rice, which I will make myself.
The advantages are many!
I know what's in it!
Nothing which comes out of a takeaway is either difficult to cook or time consuming.
I can have this cooked from scratch in less time than it would take to get to the takeaway order & get back.
It's much much cheaper as one chicken breast serves two people.
I can tweak a recipe to how I like it.
Try cooking these things, you'll never find out how easy they are until you try, and you'll never know just how great food can taste compared to the takeaway when you cook it yourself.
What's not to like?
I definitely agree with you in principal and cook rather than buying take away 99.5% of the time. But sometimes it's nice to have a break from cooking.
2 Likes #15
Got an email today, Topcashback giving £5 cashback when you spend over £10..
#16
6ixFoot1
Thoughtful
Tonight I'm having Sweet & Sour Chicken with Fried rice, which I will make myself.
The advantages are many!
I know what's in it!
Nothing which comes out of a takeaway is either difficult to cook or time consuming.
I can have this cooked from scratch in less time than it would take to get to the takeaway order & get back.
It's much much cheaper as one chicken breast serves two people.
I can tweak a recipe to how I like it.
Try cooking these things, you'll never find out how easy they are until you try, and you'll never know just how great food can taste compared to the takeaway when you cook it yourself.
What's not to like?
Can I place an order for your food through Just-Eat?
LOL I don't mind cooking for me, but I think the guys who work in the fast food places do work pretty hard to earn their crust. A full time job doing that is certainly not my idea of fun !
#17
geforce
Should be able to combine with the AMEX £5 credit offer :)

Indeed so works out as paying £20 for £25 worth of food and getting as well £5 Amazon voucher, so it's like paying £15 for the food :)
#18
Quick question for experts here: do you just need to be registered or do you actually need to be logged in to voucher codes?

How can they know what email address used if you are not logged in?
1 Like #19
This'll do nicely
1 Like #20
Thoughtful
Tonight I'm having Sweet & Sour Chicken with Fried rice, which I will make myself.

The advantages are many!

I know what's in it!
Nothing which comes out of a takeaway is either difficult to cook or time consuming.
I can have this cooked from scratch in less time than it would take to get to the takeaway order & get back.
It's much much cheaper as one chicken breast serves two people.
I can tweak a recipe to how I like it.


Try cooking these things, you'll never find out how easy they are until you try, and you'll never know just how great food can taste compared to the takeaway when you cook it yourself.

What's not to like?


All credit to you. but who orders sweet and sour chicken from a takeaway? If i have a takeaway I order something that i cant put together with a simple recipe from home. I'm a pretty good cook and my curries are good, but not a patch on one from the Indian. And i wouldn't know where to start with making a keema naan!
I'm pretty sure there would be the need to make dough. and i doubt i could do that faster than the guys at Bangla deliver it to me. This also assumes everything in the recipe is in my cupboards. if i need to buy saffron and 8 other spices it isn't looking such good value. And i certainly would be disappointed if i only had half a chicken breasts worth of meat ;)
#21
Nice find, ordered too much food though as spent over £30 to get 20% off also at the place i ordered from, should get the voucher and the £5 AMEX credit!
1 Like #22
20% Quidco for hungryhouse this evening as an alternative if you're not spending £20.
3 Likes #23
I've left for work at 6am today. Just getting home at 7pm after a long day complete with two stints on London's transport system. Kids are not in bed yet. Wife was at work from 9-4.45pm Managed to go to Tesco in my lunch hour on Wednesday so have food in fridge/cupboard. Doesn't feel like I had a 4 day week.

Will I cook tonight? No chance. Just eat with £5 amazon voucher and £5 Amex cashback means I'll pay about £15 for a meal for two.

The nice Chinese takeaway will do me a decent fresh meal. Stir fries in his open kitchen look reasonably healthy. Lots of fresh veg.

Oh I may have a glass or two of wine.
#24
Thanks, good deal.
#25
fingermouse27
Thoughtful
Tonight I'm having Sweet & Sour Chicken with Fried rice, which I will make myself.
The advantages are many!
I know what's in it!
Nothing which comes out of a takeaway is either difficult to cook or time consuming.
I can have this cooked from scratch in less time than it would take to get to the takeaway order & get back.
It's much much cheaper as one chicken breast serves two people.
I can tweak a recipe to how I like it.
Try cooking these things, you'll never find out how easy they are until you try, and you'll never know just how great food can taste compared to the takeaway when you cook it yourself.
What's not to like?
All credit to you. but who orders sweet and sour chicken from a takeaway? If i have a takeaway I order something that i cant put together with a simple recipe from home. I'm a pretty good cook and my curries are good, but not a patch on one from the Indian. And i wouldn't know where to start with making a keema naan!
I'm pretty sure there would be the need to make dough. and i doubt i could do that faster than the guys at Bangla deliver it to me. This also assumes everything in the recipe is in my cupboards. if i need to buy saffron and 8 other spices it isn't looking such good value. And i certainly would be disappointed if i only had half a chicken breasts worth of meat ;)

You need different recipes if they aren't as good as the ones at the restaurant they could & should be much better! keema Naan is easy, just keema in the middle of the dough then stretch it out and grill both sides. No 'Indian' restaurant uses Saffron , and many aren't even using almonds, substituting with peanuts or a mix, some are even using beef instead of lamb.

As for the amount of meat used, I think you might be surprised just how little these takeaways / restaurants actually give you.
#26
ordered for collection tomorrow evening, thanks for the post :-)
1 Like #27
Friday night curry.
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Beer.
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£5 Amazon voucher.
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Voted hot
#28
Felix.360
Got an email today, Topcashback giving £5 cashback when you spend over £10..


got the email today too was planning to order and it cashed in shortly after win!
#29


Don't use this link I've just realised this link is hooked up to his account so he'll get the voucher
#30
shopper32
Don't use this link I've just realised this link is hooked up to his account so he'll get the voucher

are you sure? doesnt look like it to me... or am i missing smth?
#31
Thanks. Ordered a cheeky Indian takeaway.
#32
geforce
Should be able to combine with the AMEX £5 credit offer :)

That AMEX thing seems to have an endless 'cycle' to it?, nice!.

Is that AMEX thing attached to fee paying AMEX Accounts? (or can the freebie AMEX Accounts cash in on that free £5 bonus free £money thing too?), or ..... thanx. :-)
#33
Felix.360
Got an email today, Topcashback giving £5 cashback when you spend over £10..
I don't have the email, is it account specific?
#34
shopper32
Don't use this link I've just realised this link is hooked up to his account so he'll get the voucher

This is the same link now if you click GET
Originally it just took you to the voucher code main page.
Sorry for the confusion
#35
I had the £5 cashbck on a £10 too, account specific.
#36
Or just text EAT to 141 to get 25% off than a silly Amazon voucher if you are ee customer!
#37
When do you get the tracked confirmation? Is it usually a day or two later, placed an order earlier today but status is still on "registered".
#38
Is this deal still on?
#39
#40
Thoughtful
Tonight I'm having Sweet & Sour Chicken with Fried rice, which I will make myself.
The advantages are many!
I know what's in it!
Nothing which comes out of a takeaway is either difficult to cook or time consuming.
I can have this cooked from scratch in less time than it would take to get to the takeaway order & get back.
It's much much cheaper as one chicken breast serves two people.
I can tweak a recipe to how I like it.
Try cooking these things, you'll never find out how easy they are until you try, and you'll never know just how great food can taste compared to the takeaway when you cook it yourself.
What's not to like?
Your smug sense of self-satisfaction?

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