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Amex - £1 back for £3.00 spend at Starbucks (Max £5 back on £15 spend)

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A re-run of a an offer they ran three months ago. Only showing on one of my cards this time. Based on last time.... * Yes, you can purchase giftcards. * Yes, spend £15 in one transaction and y… Read More
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7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago
A re-run of a an offer they ran three months ago. Only showing on one of my cards this time. Based on last time....

* Yes, you can purchase giftcards.

* Yes, spend £15 in one transaction and you'll get £5 back. Likewise spend just £3 and you'll get £1 back.

* Yes, it works online topping up your credit.

STARBUCKS

Up to £5 statement credit

Save to Card to get £1 back for every £3 of spend, up to a maximum of £5 statement credit, at participating Starbucks until 27/11/16. Maximum £5 statement credit for the first 100,000 Cardmembers to save. Terms apply.

Please read the Offer Terms

No links for MBNA, Lloyds, Barclaycard of TSB issued Amex cards currently. If one surfaces, I'll update this post.
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1 Like #1
For info, previous deal thread from three months back - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/amex-deal-get-1-back-for-every-3-spent-starbucks-1-back-per-transaction-3-2451881

http://i.imgbox.com/WMGZTG8d.png

Edited By: morgie on Sep 15, 2016 07:31
#2
Do you know if this works with Amex Barclaycards?
#3
a1
Do you know if this works with Amex Barclaycards?

morgie
No links for MBNA, Lloyds, Barclaycard of TSB issued Amex cards currently. If one surfaces, I'll update this post.


Edited By: morgie on Sep 15, 2016 07:33
1 Like #4
Yes on one of my cards and also on a supplementary card.
Some offers have been missing from the supplementary card recently, which caused concern..........


..........................especially with 'Shop Small' being under 12 weeks away.

Any deals to coincide with using a giftcard? Giftcards are the way to go and saves messing about. Also, assuming a giftcard would be fine to use in airports? If there's a Starbuck's there, obviously.
4 Likes #5
Heat added op, but am feeling very out in the cold with my Amex lately. All I'm being offered is really rubbishy deals :(
1 Like #6
backinstock
Also, assuming a giftcard would be fine to use in airports? If there's a Starbuck's there, obviously.

Believe so. Even better if you're going to the USA, Canada, Australia, Hong Kong, Mexico or Republic of Ireland you can use your Starbucks credit there too. If you're not already going to one of those destinations I assume you're now ammending your airline booking so you can take advantage :D

http://www.starbucks.co.uk/customer-service/faqs/card

Can I use my Starbucks Card when I travel internationally?

Starbucks Cards activated in any of the participating countries can be used to make purchases and be reloaded in any other participating country. Starbucks Cards must first be activated by loading money onto the card in the country of purchase before being used internationally. The participating countries are; UK, USA, Canada, Australia, Hong Kong, Mexico, and the Republic of Ireland.
4 Likes #7
No thanks - in this day and age I think we should be backing something British, not American - Costa and Caffe Nero are both British coffee shops, and take your pick of non- American cards.

A little bit more patriotism might help in many ways in difficult times.
#8
i spend silly amounts of money on my AmEX (BA) and do not have this offier. Quite annoyed.
They probbaly think I dont need to say £1 for Starbucks ... but I do!!
4 Likes #9
kamenitzabrit
No thanks - in this day and age I think we should be backing something British, not American - Costa and Caffe Nero are both British coffee shops, and take your pick of non- American cards.

A little bit more patriotism might help in many ways in difficult times.

Costa messed up my points. I messaged and they made such a big deal of giving me back £1.60 in points, and said this was an exception and wouldnt happen again. It was their fault and they were so demeaning. So, I will go where they treat me right.


Edited By: Cyrus on Sep 15, 2016 08:28: typos
#10
morgie

Believe so. Even better if you're going to the USA, Canada, Australia, Hong Kong, Mexico or Republic of Ireland you can use your Starbucks credit there too. If you're not already going to one of those destinations I assume you're now ammending your airline booking so you can take advantage :D

Yes, changing the booking to the US of A right now.
Shop Small events there allegedly. :D
#11
Good deal, but not on my Platinum or BA PP....shame!
1 Like #12
Cyrus
kamenitzabrit
No thanks - in this day and age I think we should be backing something British, not American - Costa and Caffe Nero are both British coffee shops, and take your pick of non- American cards.

A little bit more patriotism might help in many ways in difficult times.

Costa messed up my points. I messaged and the made such a big deal of giving me back £1.60 in points, and said this was an exception and wouldnt happen again. It was their fauly and they were so demeaning. So, I will go where they treat me right.


Omg, I had something similar with Tesco recently. They wouldn't admit they were in the wrong, and sent me a measly £2 gift card 'as a gesture of goodwill'. For over 10 emails that if had to send/ reply to? It's maddening that they think that's all that one of their customers' time is worth. Wow, managed to type that in without asterisks (!)
1 Like #13
A couple of September Monday's offers left.
http://globalassets.starbucks.com/assets/554A850FE8BE4F77BB54ACF77FC2FAC9.jpg

Edited By: backinstock on Sep 15, 2016 08:52
#14
This is on my Plat Cashback but not my Gold. Great deal.
1 Like #15
£15 on a coffee? ! ?

How many jars of Nescafe can that buy you?
#16
Will it work at Birmingham airport?
#17
husain_kola
Will it work at Birmingham airport?
Should work at any starbucks in the country IMHO
#18
Scorching deal if you have it and buy from Starbucks!
#19
how should i activate my supplementary card?

Thanks
#20
Happyday1234
how should i activate my supplementary card?
Thanks
Log in as that cardmember - you might have to register if you haven't already.
#21
Hasn't come through as an offer on my Nectar Amex :-(
#22
Anyone know what the Lloyds Amex link is?

Cheers
#23
#24

Thanks. I just meant the link to the Lloyds Amex Connect page, not the specific offer. :) I need it otherwise I cannot log in to check.

Edited By: sotomonkey on Sep 15, 2016 12:22
#25
sotomonkey
Thanks. I just meant the link to the Lloyds Amex Connect page, not the specific offer. :) I need it otherwise I cannot log in to check.

https://network.americanexpress.com/connect/uk/en/default.html If you forget it a Google of Amex Connect should get you there. I do not believe this offer will be appearing for any cards via Amex Connect at the moment.
#26
husain_kola
Will it work at Birmingham airport?

matwalaboy
husain_kola
Will it work at Birmingham airport?
Should work at any starbucks in the country IMHO


might be worth checking https://amexoffers.uk/starbucks/ some may not be actual starbucks but franchises, couldn't see Birmingham on there.
kamenitzabrit
No thanks - in this day and age I think we should be backing something British, not American - Costa and Caffe Nero are both British coffee shops, and take your pick of non- American cards.
A little bit more patriotism might help in many ways in difficult times.

so you don't value the jobs that they bring to the country, don't value the rent they pay, business rates or VAT and don't think that the other cards VISA and MasterCard aren't UK companies. Majority of items bought in the UK come from companies owned by non UK companies even if they have some manufacturing presence in the UK.
#27
Sorry to sound stupid. Am l corrrect in thinking you charge up your Starbucks card using your Amex card upto £15 spend in Starbucks to get £5 credit on your Amex statement? Do you need to spend the £15 by a certain date?
#28
rickmarine
Sorry to sound stupid. Am l corrrect in thinking you charge up your Starbucks card using your Amex card upto £15 spend in Starbucks to get £5 credit on your Amex statement? Do you need to spend the £15 by a certain date?

You need to have the offer available for your card to enrol in.

You have until the 27/11/16 to then use your card, you can spend multiples of £3 (up to £15) and get £1 back each time. A lot of people will go for maximising this by spending £15 at once to get £5 back.....and probably by buying gift card credit so they can spend at their leisure (past 27/11/16). Hope that makes sense?

Edited By: morgie on Sep 15, 2016 13:08
4 Likes #29
kamenitzabrit
No thanks - in this day and age I think we should be backing something British, not American - Costa and Caffe Nero are both British coffee shops, and take your pick of non- American cards.
A little bit more patriotism might help in many ways in difficult times.

It's not about patriotism, Starbucks tastes awful. Nero and Costa taste better, simples!
#30
Not for Nectar Amex
#31
No sign on any of my 5 BAPP or Gold main or sup cards :(
#32
morgie
sotomonkey
Thanks. I just meant the link to the Lloyds Amex Connect page, not the specific offer. :) I need it otherwise I cannot log in to check.
https://network.americanexpress.com/connect/uk/en/default.html If you forget it a Google of Amex Connect should get you there. I do not believe this offer will be appearing for any cards via Amex Connect at the moment.

That is not the Amex Connect link for Lloyds, it's the link for regular Amex cards. I cannot log in via that link because as I said, I have a Lloyds Amex card.

Edited By: sotomonkey on Sep 15, 2016 13:58
#33
not on mine either. Knowing how these work - they may have set this for new customers ( they can tell if you have used your card in starbucks in the past


Edited By: bbd99 on Sep 15, 2016 14:00
#34
Nevermind, I've found it. You have to put ?issuer= at the end of the link.

https://network.americanexpress.com/connect/uk/en/default.html?issuer=Lloyds
#35
sotomonkey
Nevermind, I've found it. You have to put ?issuer= at the end of the link.https://network.americanexpress.com/connect/uk/en/default.html?issuer=Lloyds

If you've registered already you can sign in there (MBNA, Lloyds, Barclays or TSB Amex), but apologies for any confusion in your question.
#36
Current holder of barclays platinum cc, can someone recommend me better deal with amex over barclays please?
#37
RUGAAL
Current holder of barclays platinum cc, can someone recommend me better deal with amex over barclays please?
I'm not sure what you're asking.

You can only get an Amex through Barclarycard by "invitation" (ring to cancel and say you're looking for a cashback card, you'll probably be offered one if you have a decent enough record).

You can't get this offer through Barclaycard at all though - even the Barclaycard Amex is not eligible. You need to have an Amex from Amex directly - the best one is the Plat Cashback Everyday if you're a new customer (unless you spend quite a lot). Amex are not the easiest lender to get a card from, be warned.

Also, even if you apply for an Amex, and get the card, that's no guarantee that you'll see this offer. Most cards have very few offers on them to begin with.
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Don't spend anything with these tax-avoiding scumbags.
They set up a dummy subsidiary company in a tax-haven, supposedly selling beans to their UK outlets at whatever price makes their UK profits look like zero. They pay their workers below living wage so that they then have to claim working credits. Every penny you spend with these dodgy dealers goes offshore away from the NHS, roads, schools etc and puts proper UK coffee shops out of business because how can they compete when they have to pay taxes and your competitor doesn't?
#39
kamenitzabrit
No thanks - in this day and age I think we should be backing something British, not American - Costa and Caffe Nero are both British coffee shops, and take your pick of non- American cards.
A little bit more patriotism might help in many ways in difficult times.
I am sure you mean well but this approach doesn't make logical sense. Why do you believe that Costa is British owned? It's a brand of Whitbread and their two largest shareholders are American investment funds. Even if it wasn't i don't think we want a return to the days of tolerating sub-standard quality purely because it's British. Sorry for the rant, I had a Morris Marina.
#40
juggler1
Cyrus
kamenitzabrit
No thanks - in this day and age I think we should be backing something British, not American - Costa and Caffe Nero are both British coffee shops, and take your pick of non- American cards.

A little bit more patriotism might help in many ways in difficult times.

Costa messed up my points. I messaged and the made such a big deal of giving me back £1.60 in points, and said this was an exception and wouldnt happen again. It was their fauly and they were so demeaning. So, I will go where they treat me right.


Omg, I had something similar with Tesco recently. They wouldn't admit they were in the wrong, and sent me a measly £2 gift card 'as a gesture of goodwill'. For over 10 emails that if had to send/ reply to? It's maddening that they think that's all that one of their customers' time is worth. Wow, managed to type that in without asterisks (!)


Yeah same with McDonald's which only contained half the order for the kids in one of the bags. About 5 complaints to the franchise owner who initially said the transaction didn't take place until I sent the receipt, and then have a single meal voucher. We will treat the kids very occasionally in a branch operated by someone else.

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