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Amazon Warehouse £30 off (Selected Products) purchase over £100.00

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£30 discount of spend over £100 from the Amazon warehouse on selected products Despite misinformation in the thread stating otherwise, the £100 does not have to be on a single product. If the tota… Read More
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£30 discount of spend over £100 from the Amazon warehouse on selected products

Despite misinformation in the thread stating otherwise, the £100 does not have to be on a single product. If the total amount of qualifying products in your order is greater than £100 then you receive the £30 discount

This also applies to Amazon de where the discount is €30 off €100 on qualifying products.
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1 Like #1
£30 off for which items i have even tried buying items in amazon warehouse which are displayed in photo where discount is shown however no discount applied.
doesnt seem like this is working
2 Likes #2
Not working
1 Like #3
not working here either
banned#4
This deal is incorrect and not accurate.
#5
OP is right, is on selected products, noticed it the other week where promotions stacked so it was normal 20% off warehouse items and on top of it £30, where the other items were either 20% off or £30 off, not sure how it is working but got me confused...
#6
mnet that is incorrect
20% off has just ended midnight
and £30 off for every purchase over £100 has consequently started at midnight so the promotions did not overlap at any point..... guess will just have to wait maybe amazon staff running behind with system update
banned 1 Like #7
OP is wrong, this is not £30 off any £100 amazon warehouse spend. It is in fact £30 off SELECT amazon warehouse products over £100.

Firstly, you can't buy multiple products to reach the £100 mark and receive the discount.
Secondly, it's only on specific products over £100, not all products over £100.





Edited By: 0zone on Dec 05, 2016 00:35: spelling
#8
0zone we understand what you are saying already and do not disagree with you
however it would be nice to know which items come under SELECT products, im sure you would agree that without knowing which products are discounted it would be more of a lottery than a discount!!!
banned#9
Title has been changed by admin or OP, and still incorrect.

"Amazon Warehouse £30 off any purchase over £100 (Selected Products)"
It should simply read "£30 off select Amazon Warehouse items over £100".

Adding "any" implies that people can add more than one item to their purchase to meet the discount threshold, or otherwise contradicts itself.


This post has nosedived anyway now and little chance of recovering after posting inaccurate information, so pretty much nobody is going to be able to see it exists. Well done OP.

Edited By: 0zone on Dec 05, 2016 00:45
#10
Yesterday, I found that the 20% off did indeed stack with the £30 off any £100 Amazon Warehouse spend but only in the 'Beer, Wine and Spirits' section of Amazon Warehouse.
1 Like #11
i have tried several independent purchases each over £100 per item and still no discount - from amazon warehouse open box items as advised
#12
Fenixlight
Yesterday, I found that the 20% off did indeed stack with the £30 off any £100 Amazon Warehouse spend but only in the 'Beer, Wine and Spirits' section of Amazon Warehouse.
lucky devil

Edited By: user911 on Dec 05, 2016 00:48
banned#13
user911
0zone we understand what you are saying already and do not disagree with you
however it would be nice to know which items come under SELECT products, im sure you would agree that without knowing which products are discounted it would be more of a lottery than a discount!!!

Amazon makes it quite clear what to look for in product listings. If you're looking for a list only of those particular items you're out of luck. As I said in my deal post which has now been removed, you should approach the deal as you would your Christmas shopping and see if there are discounts on any of those items.

Either way the misleading details originally posted in this deal before the OP/Admin corrected it has caused this deal to go sub zero due to people being unable to find the "£30 OFF ANY AMAZON WAREHOUSE SPEND OVER £100" which simply wasn't the case.

Now no one can re-post this deal with the correct information as it will be removed by admin who will assume it's already been posted correctly the first time.

Well done OP for wiping the deal from HUKD less than 5 minutes after Amazon went live with it. Now no one will benefit from it's posting on HUKD.
1 Like #14
Fenixlight
Yesterday, I found that the 20% off did indeed stack with the £30 off any £100 Amazon Warehouse spend but only in the 'Beer, Wine and Spirits' section of Amazon Warehouse.


yes, I made two orders related to Kindle and Kindle cases. both times I got 20% PLUS 30 OFF.

But, other than Kindle, it was nightmare to find out which other products had 30 off
1 Like #15
0zone
Title has been changed by admin or OP, and still incorrect.
"Amazon Warehouse £30 off any purchase over £100 (Selected Products)"
It should simply read "£30 off select Amazon Warehouse items over £100".
Adding "any" implies that people can add more than one item to their purchase to meet the discount threshold, or otherwise contradicts itself.
This post has nosedived anyway now and little chance of recovering after posting inaccurate information, so pretty much nobody is going to be able to see it exists. Well done OP.

Well it's currently essentially the same as what Amazon have posted on their own website
https://s14.postimg.org/vqf18gt81/amazon20161205.jpg
- perhaps you should let them know it is wrong?


Edited By: EveshamLad on Dec 05, 2016 00:55
banned#16
EveshamLad
0zone
Title has been changed by admin or OP, and still incorrect.
"Amazon Warehouse £30 off any purchase over £100 (Selected Products)"
It should simply read "£30 off select Amazon Warehouse items over £100".
Adding "any" implies that people can add more than one item to their purchase to meet the discount threshold, or otherwise contradicts itself.
This post has nosedived anyway now and little chance of recovering after posting inaccurate information, so pretty much nobody is going to be able to see it exists. Well done OP.
Well it's currently essentially the same as what Amazon have posted on their own websitehttps://s14.postimg.org/vqf18gt81/amazon20161205.jpg
- perhaps you should let them know it is wrong?


"any purchase" and "any spend over" are two very different things, hence why this deal went sub 30 within five minutes.
#17
0zone: please note we are only human and we cannot predict what select items means, its quite simple if an offer is to be advertised then it should be clear what the offer is. at the moment the only way i have identified the items on offer is via a related thread which has made it clear that £30 off is mostly in alcohol section
#18
0zone
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"any purchase" and "any spend over" are two very different things, ....

You cannot blame the OP for copying word for word the deal the supplier advertises
banned#19
user911
0zone: please note we are only human and we cannot predict what select items means, its quite simple if an offer is to be advertised then it should be clear what the offer is. at the moment the only way i have identified the items on offer is via a related thread which has made it clear that £30 off is mostly in alcohol section

The most irritating part is my deal which correctly described the proposition had reached 10 degrees within a minute of posting it, but was deleted in favor of this inaccuracy described deal which was quite rightly downvoted due to being nonsense.



Now general HUKD users will loose out, although the benefits are more discounts for those of us who bother to accurately represent our deals and understand the promotion, so not all bad.
banned#20
EveshamLad
0zone
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"any purchase" and "any spend over" are two very different things, ....
You cannot blame the OP for copying word for word the deal the supplier advertises

The OP didn't, and has since changed the title of the deal. This is why it went down to -30 with all the comments you can see above where the deal the OP described did not actually have any basis in fact. "£30 off any amazon warehouse spend over £100" - rollocks.
3 Likes #21
0zone
user911
0zone: please note we are only human and we cannot predict what select items means, its quite simple if an offer is to be advertised then it should be clear what the offer is. at the moment the only way i have identified the items on offer is via a related thread which has made it clear that £30 off is mostly in alcohol section
The most irritating part is my deal which correctly described the proposition had reached 10 degrees within a minute of posting it, but was deleted in favor of this inaccuracy described deal which was quite rightly downvoted due to being nonsense.
Now general HUKD users will loose out, although the benefits are more discounts for those of us who bother to accurately represent our deals and understand the promotion, so not all bad.

Ah, so that is why you voted this deal cold?

You posted it as a duplicate, and so it was spammed off...ah, shame :p

(If there was a small problem with the original wording here, the polite thing to have done would have been to ask the OP or admin top correct)

Remember, according to the HUKD Code of Conduct, you are supposed to vote on deals fairly ... even though it is just for fun.



Edited By: EveshamLad on Dec 05, 2016 01:06
#22
Think there is a link that is missing tbh. Amazon will need to post this up so that it's clearer what items qualify for the discount.
1 Like #23
we dont really care whether it says "any purchase" or "any spend over" , ....
we simply do not accept the fact that amazon should advertise a promotion without specifying the products that are on offer which were unidentifiable until we found other threads relating to this offer


Edited By: user911 on Dec 05, 2016 01:08
#24
prasathvishnu
Fenixlight
Yesterday, I found that the 20% off did indeed stack with the £30 off any £100 Amazon Warehouse spend but only in the 'Beer, Wine and Spirits' section of Amazon Warehouse.
yes, I made two orders related to Kindle and Kindle cases. both times I got 20% PLUS 30 OFF.
But, other than Kindle, it was nightmare to find out which other products had 30 off
Hi, You were *very* lucky.
banned 1 Like #25
I posted it at midnight, accurately, and even linked to this deal stating that it's NOT on any spend over £100 from amazon warehouse, but was in fact £30 off select products over £100 in amazon warehouse.

Idiots who don't bother to read the actual deal and instead post something entirely different, who later change the title and the bumf they wrote after it's already been downvoted into oblivion as an non-existent deal are a help to nobody, and a major PITA of the way this site works.

Edited By: 0zone on Dec 05, 2016 01:08
#26
0zone
EveshamLad
0zone
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"any purchase" and "any spend over" are two very different things, ....
You cannot blame the OP for copying word for word the deal the supplier advertises
The OP didn't, and has since changed the title of the deal. This is why it went down to -30 with all the comments you can see above where the deal the OP described did not actually have any basis in fact. "£30 off any amazon warehouse spend over £100" - rollocks.

But you are complaining about the current wording in post#9
#27
on these warehouse deals how do you check if its open box ect
#28
ok guys i thinks this ones a dud ..... gues we're waiting for next deal to come along hopefully before christmas
fingers crossed
banned#29
user911
we dont really care whether it says "any purchase" or "any spend over" are two very different things, ....
we simply do not accept the fact that amazon should advertise a promotion without specifying the products that are on offer which were unidentifiable until we found other threads relating to this offer

If you can't see the difference between the two statements that's your issue.

My deal said "£30 off SELECT amazon products over £100 from amazon warehouse". Yes, I used capital letters.
Thie OP's deal said:
"£30 off any £100 spend in amazon warehouse".

As for what "select products" are, that's up to Amazon to release and in no way effects the deal itself.

Bottom line, posting silly statements as deals quite rightly leads to being flamed, and now no one will know, as any correct deal posted will just point back to this inaccurately described and later changed deal. Unfortunately changing the misleading title and description won't remove the -40 cold votes.

End of post.
#30
all warehouse deals are box open or atleast i have been through 8000 items in last two days and not seen a single new one.... yeh ive been glued to my screen for toooooo long
banned#31
Incorrect. Warehouse deals are items that legally can't be resold as new. This could range from a customer who changed their mind while the goods were still in transit and had to be returned to amazon, to goods used and fautly which have been refurbished by Amazon or their partners.

I spend thousands a year with amazon warehouse. 80% of the time you'll get a bargain, the other 20% of the time you may have to decide if you're be prepared to keep an item and accept a further discount from Amazon, or you genuinely reject it. Either way Amazon pay both outbound and return shipping, so you've nothing to loose.
banned#32
user911
all warehouse deals are box open or atleast i have been through 8000 items in last two days and not seen a single new one.... yeh ive been glued to my screen for toooooo long
You do realize that NO amazon warehouse deals are "New" right? That's the whole point of it *facepalm*

Edited By: 0zone on Dec 05, 2016 01:20
#33
user911
mnet that is incorrect
20% off has just ended midnight
and £30 off for every purchase over £100 has consequently started at midnight so the promotions did not overlap at any point..... guess will just have to wait maybe amazon staff running behind with system update
Not true.

This has already been posted. And it was posted last week, with someone saying how the offers stack.

There were lots of products to be had with 20% off and an additional £30 off.
#34
0zone
user911
all warehouse deals are box open or atleast i have been through 8000 items in last two days and not seen a single new one.... yeh ive been glued to my screen for toooooo long
You do realize that NO amazon warehouse deals are "New" right? That's the whole point of it *facepalm*

Received a Lego Dimensions Scooby doo Team pack today. Desciption was as follows "Used - Like New
Factory Sealed. All purchases eligible for Amazon customer service and a 30-day return policy"

Came today and it was indeed brand new and factory sealed. The only thing I noticed was a small tear about 2 mm on the back of the cardboard box!


Edited By: Speculator on Dec 05, 2016 01:32
#35
plebbygiraffe
user911
mnet that is incorrect
20% off has just ended midnight
and £30 off for every purchase over £100 has consequently started at midnight so the promotions did not overlap at any point..... guess will just have to wait maybe amazon staff running behind with system update
Not true.
This has already been posted. And it was posted last week, with someone saying how the offers stack.
There were lots of products to be had with 20% off and an additional £30 off.
yes I realised this once i found the other thread
stand corrected

Edited By: user911 on Dec 05, 2016 01:37
1 Like #36
0zone
Title has been changed by admin or OP, and still incorrect.
"Amazon Warehouse £30 off any purchase over £100 (Selected Products)"
It should simply read "£30 off select Amazon Warehouse items over £100".
Adding "any" implies that people can add more than one item to their purchase to meet the discount threshold, or otherwise contradicts itself.
This post has nosedived anyway now and little chance of recovering after posting inaccurate information, so pretty much nobody is going to be able to see it exists. Well done OP.
You are categorically wrong.

You can add multiple selected products that cost below £100 to reach the £100 threshold. So it absolutely is £30 off over £100 on selected products.

Not save £30 on selected products that cost more than £100.
#37
Speculator
0zone
user911
all warehouse deals are box open or atleast i have been through 8000 items in last two days and not seen a single new one.... yeh ive been glued to my screen for toooooo long
You do realize that NO amazon warehouse deals are "New" right? That's the whole point of it *facepalm*
Received a Lego Dimensions Scooby doo Team pack today. Desciption was as follows "Used - Like New
Factory Sealed. All purchases eligible for Amazon customer service and a 30-day return policy"

Came today and it was indeed brand new and factory sealed. The only thing I noticed was a small tear about 2 mm on the back of the cardboard box!

you are contradicting yourself - if amazon have stated "used - like new" that means the item is classified as used - like new
and it is not new in technical terms
#38
user911
mnet that is incorrect
20% off has just ended midnight
and £30 off for every purchase over £100 has consequently started at midnight so the promotions did not overlap at any point..... guess will just have to wait maybe amazon staff running behind with system update
They did overlap as I bought a bunch of tools on 29th Nov with both 20% off plus £30 off the original £100 taking it to half price.
#39
0zone
Incorrect. Warehouse deals are items that legally can't be resold as new. This could range from a customer who changed their mind while the goods were still in transit and had to be returned to amazon, to goods used and fautly which have been refurbished by Amazon or their partners.

I spend thousands a year with amazon warehouse. 80% of the time you'll get a bargain, the other 20% of the time you may have to decide if you're be prepared to keep an item and accept a further discount from Amazon, or you genuinely reject it. Either way Amazon pay both outbound and return shipping, so you've nothing to loose.


how do i tell if its opem box damage does it say or do i just wait for it to turn up
banned#40
RedRain
0zone
Incorrect. Warehouse deals are items that legally can't be resold as new. This could range from a customer who changed their mind while the goods were still in transit and had to be returned to amazon, to goods used and fautly which have been refurbished by Amazon or their partners.
I spend thousands a year with amazon warehouse. 80% of the time you'll get a bargain, the other 20% of the time you may have to decide if you're be prepared to keep an item and accept a further discount from Amazon, or you genuinely reject it. Either way Amazon pay both outbound and return shipping, so you've nothing to loose.
how do i tell if its opem box damage does it say or do i just wait for it to turn up

There is a clear description, for example:

https://s11.postimg.org/gr8en45mb/capture.jpg

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