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Amazon free £5 credit with £100.00 giftcard (some don't qualify for deal)

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Terms and Conditions of the Promotion Get an extra £5 added to your Gift Card Balance when you Top Up £100 or more in a single order on Amazon.co.uk ("Offer"). In order to qualify for the Offer,…
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3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago
Terms and Conditions of the Promotion

Get an extra £5 added to your Gift Card Balance when you Top Up £100 or more in a single order on Amazon.co.uk ("Offer").

In order to qualify for the Offer, you must:
(1) be the recipient of the corresponding Offer on Amazon.co.uk;
(2) click the button 'Click to qualify for the Top Up reward’; and
(3) Top Up at least £100 in a single order on Amazon.co.uk.

For qualifying orders, an additional £5 will be automatically applied to the Gift Card Balance of the Amazon.co.uk account used for Top Up, after the qualifying Top Up order has been processed. In the case of Auto Top Up, the reward will be applied after the order is processed and delivered to your Gift Card Balance. An email notification will be sent to you to confirm the application of your £5 Amazon.co.uk Gift Card reward.

The amount processed in your Top Up order and the £5 reward can both be checked on the Gift Card Balance page.
The Offer is limited to one £5 Amazon.co.uk Gift Card reward per customer/primary e-mail address.

This Offer may not be combined with any other promotional offer.
Amazon may change or withdraw this promotion at any time at its sole discretion.
In the event of a cancellation of the Top Up order, the reward amount will also be cancelled.
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3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago
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1 Like #1
looks good, thanks!
#2
Gift card balance can be used for payment to all 3rd party sellers, right? not just products sold by Amazon.
#3
TehJumpingJawa
Gift card balance can be used for payment to all 3rd party sellers, right? not just products sold by Amazon.

Not unless it's fulfilled by amazon
4 Likes #4
mallie21
TehJumpingJawa
Gift card balance can be used for payment to all 3rd party sellers, right? not just products sold by Amazon.
Not unless it's fulfilled by amazon

Wrong, giftcard balance can be used to purchase anything on Amazon. Sold by Amazon or other traders.
2 Likes #5
mallie21
TehJumpingJawa
Gift card balance can be used for payment to all 3rd party sellers, right? not just products sold by Amazon.
Not unless it's fulfilled by amazon

ok, looked it up, and I think you're incorrect.

Amazon.co.uk Marketplace Payments

What payment methods can I use for an order from a Seller?

You can use the same credit or debit card you use for purchases from Amazon.co.uk to pay for items you buy from Sellers on Amazon Marketplace. Your credit or debit card details aren't passed to the Seller; making it safe and secure.

Any Gift Certificate balance on your account can also be used towards orders from Sellers although you won't be able to use "promotional" gift certificates.


Edited By: TehJumpingJawa on Jan 30, 2017 22:00
2 Likes #6
Can confirmed it worked, takes a few minutes for the extra £5 to appear so be patient :)
1 Like #7
andyinyorkshire
mallie21
TehJumpingJawa
Gift card balance can be used for payment to all 3rd party sellers, right? not just products sold by Amazon.
Not unless it's fulfilled by amazon
Wrong, giftcard balance can be used to purchase anything on Amazon. Sold by Amazon or other traders.

I thought so. Wouldn't be a great incentive to top-up your Gift Card balance otherwise!
1 Like #8
This is a good deal - did it myself mid december and put a free fiver on the xmas shopping budget
#9
Not a promotional gift certificate but an extra £5 added to your Gift Card Balance.

It is just the £5 being asked about but if anyone out there spending the £105+ can confirm?

Edited By: andyinyorkshire on Jan 30, 2017 22:05
#10
Anyone any idea why it's being voted cold by some people? :/
1 Like #11
andyinyorkshire
Not a promotional gift certificate but an extra £5 added to your Gift Card Balance.
It is just the £5 being asked about but if anyone out there spending the £105+ can confirm?

Yep, you get an extra £5 added to your gift card balance. Basically free money.
#12
TehJumpingJawa
mallie21
TehJumpingJawa
Gift card balance can be used for payment to all 3rd party sellers, right? not just products sold by Amazon.
Not unless it's fulfilled by amazon
ok, looked it up, and I think you're incorrect.Amazon.co.uk Marketplace Payments
What payment methods can I use for an order from a Seller?
You can use the same credit or debit card you use for purchases from Amazon.co.uk to pay for items you buy from Sellers on Amazon Marketplace. Your credit or debit card details aren't passed to the Seller; making it safe and secure.Any Gift Certificate balance on your account can also be used towards orders from Sellers although you won't be able to use "promotional" gift certificates.

andyinyorkshire
mallie21
TehJumpingJawa
Gift card balance can be used for payment to all 3rd party sellers, right? not just products sold by Amazon.
Not unless it's fulfilled by amazon
Wrong, giftcard balance can be used to purchase anything on Amazon. Sold by Amazon or other traders.

Any Gift Certificate balance on your account can also be used towards orders from Sellers although you won't be able to use "promotional" gift certificates

Do you not think this is classed as a promotion then? Just trying to help.
2 Likes #13
andyinyorkshire
Anyone any idea why it's being voted cold by some people? :/


​Probably because, like me (a Prime customer BTW) they "are not eligible for this offer". :( I do think it's a good deal for those who can get it so heat from me.
#14
andyinyorkshire
Anyone any idea why it's being voted cold by some people? :/

Maybe because people have posted this before and you can only use it once.

The £100 can be use on anything the £5 they class as promotional credit so you can only use that on amazon.
3 Likes #15
If you're planning on purchasing (or pre-ordering) something on Amazon worth £100 or more then this offer is a no-brainer.
1 Like #16
Ah, getting cold votes from people who don't qualify from offer.
Either way a free £5 credit is currently a better deal than buying an Amazon gift card at Morrison's and getting extra points.
Night folks
1 Like #17
andyinyorkshire
Ah, getting cold votes from people who don't qualify from offer.
Either way a free £5 credit is currently a better deal than buying an Amazon gift card at Morrison's and getting extra points.
Night folks

The other posting of this offer got about -200 I think :|
1 Like #18
good if your going to spend £100 on amazon
1 Like #19
free fiver, sounds great to me <3
1 Like #20
Balance lasts 10 years..... Preeeeeetty sure I'll spend it in that time X)
#21
Not eligible. I think i buy too many things from them already.
Right now it seems if you regularly use Amazon it won't work. Any folks it works for willing to share their rough numbers? Curious what their criteria are ? :)
#22
Fell for this before.
#23
can you buy multiple times?
1 Like #24
I regularly use Amazon and have Prime. I did get the offer. Just a data point as a few people have asked.
#25
I regularly use Amazon, bought giftcard from external and from Amazon (very occasionally), used to have prime and offer worked.
1 Like #26
Worked for me, thanks OP.
#27
tmohammad
can you buy multiple times?
No
#28
Worked for me / thanks!

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