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Get a £3 credit on no rush orders with Amazon.

Link to check your Amazon Digital Credit:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/feature.html?docId=1000706783&tag=hotukdealsev-21
- Tejstar

"Choose FREE No-Rush Delivery and you'll receive a £3 promotional credit that can be applied towards eligible items from Amazon Appstore, Amazon Video, Kindle Book Store, and the Digital Music Store. Your promotional credit will be automatically applied to your Amazon.co.uk account when your order is dispatched. Your £3 No-Rush promotional credit will automatically be applied the next time you place an order for an eligible item. Only customers located in the United Kingdom will be able to redeem their No-Rush promotional credits.

Your order with No-Rush Delivery will arrive in 3 - 5 business days after dispatch. This No-Rush credit expires on Jan 31, 2016. Terms and Conditions apply."
- bernardsfingers

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97 Likes
so you pay between £60 and £80 for Prime next day delivery then get excited over £3 digital credit for a no rush delivery?
63 Likes
paulj48
so you pay between £60 and £80 for Prime next day delivery then get excited over £3 digital credit for a no rush delivery?
The trick is to order one item next day and the rest all no rush - they all come together (the next day) and the other items gets the promo credit :) plus a lot of prime members use it for the digital content/sub £20 orders not just next day delivery
39 Likes
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/feature.html?docId=1000706783

Credit to whoever it was who linked it in one of the other threads.

Edit: I should probably add that this is a link where you can check your credit.

Edited By: Bird68 on Nov 26, 2015 11:58
24 Likes
weebey
Any idea where they show up on your account? I have received a few to use on kindle books but apart from email confirmation I haven't noticed where the amount I have and use by date is displayed.

It's an absolute ballache to find. I live chatted / emailed Amazon a couple of times about it and they still said there was no way to check your balance or even see if the discount would be applied before placing an order (you only find out after if the credit was applied or not).

But a quick way to check is to go to Amazon Video (movies definitely work - unsure about TV shows / series) and click "Redeem a gift card or promotion code". For example, if you go here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B010RJ49VE/ you should be able to find the redeem option near the rental options...

http://i.imgur.com/8a3ps5J.jpg

When the box pops up, it should say if you have any digital credit under 'Amazon Instant Video'. Amazon Gift Card is completely separate!

EDIT: Bird68 posted a much better link to check: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/feature.html?docId=1000706783

Edited By: Jaaaaaames on Nov 26, 2015 12:03
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paulj48
mangoblank
paulj48
so you pay between £60 and £80 for Prime next day delivery then get excited over £3 digital credit for a no rush delivery?
I bought prime for 59 and shared it with my mum. For 30 quid i get prime video, next day delivery etc and yes this is exciting.
For every item on my christmas shopping list i get a nearly free film rental !
so you get Prime video included and you still have to pay to rent films (_;)
I pay for my tv license and they still wont let me into the cinema with it.

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2 Likes #1
Ordered 5 things in the last couple of days damniy
1 Like #2
so they give you £3 credit to use, if you can wait longer for items?
5 Likes #3
This is a great deal. It makes eg a bottle of Johnnie Walker scotch (today's deal) cost only £7.99! Make sure you buy each item separately as the £3 credit is per order, so eg if you buy two bottles of scotch then purchase them one after the other.

The credit is great for renting films over Christmas!
#4
I used the last of my credit from last year a few weeks ago...
2 Likes #5
Jonny678
I used the last of my credit from last year a few weeks ago...
'This No-Rush credit expires on Jan 31, 2016'
#6
I've used the £1 no rush many times..but never bothered using them. Is there a time limit on them or do they just sit in the ether wether you claim them of not?

Many thanks
#7
Can you use this credit towards movie rentals?
97 Likes #8
so you pay between £60 and £80 for Prime next day delivery then get excited over £3 digital credit for a no rush delivery?
3 Likes #9
paulj48
so you pay between £60 and £80 for Prime next day delivery then get excited over £3 digital credit for a no rush delivery?

£3 x as many orders as you like. For stuff in the £3-4 price range it can really add up. Obviously it's no good if you don't buy digital goods (movies, apps, kindle books) but if you buy those things then it's almost as good as cash (so long as you keep in mind the expiry date which is usually a couple of months from purchase).

It doesn't stop you using next day when you want it, and you still get all the other prime stuff (video, music, photo storage, prime first free eBook etc).
1 Like #10
I placed 4 orders this week with the no rush delivery. Last night they processed all the orders, delivery dates into the middle of next week and gave me my £1 promotional credit. Think they rushed them all through rather than process them from today onwards :-(
1 Like #11
sonofaah
I've used the £1 no rush many times..but never bothered using them. Is there a time limit on them or do they just sit in the ether wether you claim them of not?
Many thanks
They have an expiry, mine usually last a few months. Ive used plenty to buy mp3's
#12
Ah I placed an offer just yesterday with no rush..!

Still, good for the next few weeks of xmas shopping!
3 Likes #13
paulj48
so you pay between £60 and £80 for Prime next day delivery then get excited over £3 digital credit for a no rush delivery?
Yup - because Prime gives you far, far more than just the free deliveries (for 4 people in my case) and because you can get far more than that back over the course of a year with these credits. ;)
1 Like #14
I find it's perfect for ordering CDs with autorip. You get to listen to the music almost immediately and the physical copy turns up after a few days. That said, I can never find anything to spend the credit on and it always expires. :(
3 Likes #15
paulj48
so you pay between £60 and £80 for Prime next day delivery then get excited over £3 digital credit for a no rush delivery?

No its for people with prime already.

Prime is excellent value for all the stuff outside of next day delivery. Im gonna cancel my sky subscription because of prime unless they continue to offer me 80% off all channels package which I am currently on and have been on the last 3 yrs.
63 Likes #16
paulj48
so you pay between £60 and £80 for Prime next day delivery then get excited over £3 digital credit for a no rush delivery?
The trick is to order one item next day and the rest all no rush - they all come together (the next day) and the other items gets the promo credit :) plus a lot of prime members use it for the digital content/sub £20 orders not just next day delivery
#17
Awesome deal, especially as some Prime items cost under £3!
#18
Super - thanks for the heads-up!
#19
paulj48
so you pay between £60 and £80 for Prime next day delivery then get excited over £3 digital credit for a no rush delivery?

lol
1 Like #20
Any idea where they show up on your account? I have received a few to use on kindle books but apart from email confirmation I haven't noticed where the amount I have and use by date is displayed.
2 Likes #21
Really annoying for folks who have paid for prime but have no use for digital credit. Why not offer it as money off certain other departments aswell.
#22
Not working for me at the moment.
#23
How do you get this?
1 Like #24
is there a way of checking how much digital credit I have?
#25
ditto...how do you get this please?
#26
Is £1 of £3 no rush working today? I think they've banned me. I have had a lot in last few days
39 Likes #27
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/feature.html?docId=1000706783

Credit to whoever it was who linked it in one of the other threads.

Edit: I should probably add that this is a link where you can check your credit.

Edited By: Bird68 on Nov 26, 2015 11:58
1 Like #28
Bird68
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/feature.html?docId=1000706783

Credit to whoever it was who linked it in one of the other threads.

Edit: I should probably add that this is a link where you can check your credit.


thanks
24 Likes #29
weebey
Any idea where they show up on your account? I have received a few to use on kindle books but apart from email confirmation I haven't noticed where the amount I have and use by date is displayed.

It's an absolute ballache to find. I live chatted / emailed Amazon a couple of times about it and they still said there was no way to check your balance or even see if the discount would be applied before placing an order (you only find out after if the credit was applied or not).

But a quick way to check is to go to Amazon Video (movies definitely work - unsure about TV shows / series) and click "Redeem a gift card or promotion code". For example, if you go here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B010RJ49VE/ you should be able to find the redeem option near the rental options...

http://i.imgur.com/8a3ps5J.jpg

When the box pops up, it should say if you have any digital credit under 'Amazon Instant Video'. Amazon Gift Card is completely separate!

EDIT: Bird68 posted a much better link to check: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/feature.html?docId=1000706783

Edited By: Jaaaaaames on Nov 26, 2015 12:03
2 Likes #30
Doh, I've ordered a few things lately and only got £1 credit for no rush :(
3 Likes #31
lianne21
Really annoying for folks who have paid for prime but have no use for digital credit. Why not offer it as money off certain other departments aswell.


​You want them to tongue your bunghole while they're at it?
#32
just talked to them and they will apply the credit for 2 orders i placed recently :D
1 Like #33
Zuulan
Doh, I've ordered a few things lately and only got £1 credit for no rush :(

I've ordered 5 no rush deliveries this week and have £2 in my balance. Seems as though the credit is added when the items are actually shipped as 2 are on the way and the other 3 are being prepared.
#34
Edgeman13
I find it's perfect for ordering CDs with autorip. You get to listen to the music almost immediately and the physical copy turns up after a few days. That said, I can never find anything to spend the credit on and it always expires. :(

So you can buy CDs using this digital credit? I'll be buying some CDs shortly for friends and family and have quite a bit of this credit to use before it expires.
#35
paulj48
so you pay between £60 and £80 for Prime next day delivery then get excited over £3 digital credit for a no rush delivery?
I bought prime for 59 and shared it with my mum. For 30 quid i get prime video, next day delivery etc and yes this is exciting.

For every item on my christmas shopping list i get a nearly free film rental i used to pay 3.50 to blinkbox for.

And i get stuff next day for me. Hot Op!
1 Like #36
Noticed that today so split up my 7 orders :D Great!
#37
I should have had something being delivered today (ordered Friday) but got an email last night...can't deliver till 19th Dec! I think that's taking no rush a bit too far!?
#38
Good deal and I end up using them for Kindle books. This week got 'History Of The World' by Andrew Marr to help me get a little perspective on our world before I have an opinion on it. HOT from me.
#39
cheaperbythe12
Edgeman13
I find it's perfect for ordering CDs with autorip. You get to listen to the music almost immediately and the physical copy turns up after a few days. That said, I can never find anything to spend the credit on and it always expires. :(
So you can buy CDs using this digital credit? I'll be buying some CDs shortly for friends and family and have quite a bit of this credit to use before it expires.
You can't buy CDs with it.
1 Like #40
Does anyone know if the £3 credit per order is stackable? As in, could you place three no-rush orders and then buy a £9 album?

Or would you get 3 x £3 discount?

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