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Argos £5 / £10 Gift Voucher promo is now back, until 13th November :)

£5 voucher for £50 spend
£10 voucher for £100+ spend

If you place an order online or over the phone for home delivery and qualify for this offer, the voucher will be sent Separately from your order and will arrive no later than 12th December 2007. All vouchers must be redeemed in-store by 14th February 2008. This offer is valid from 7th until 13th November 2007 and applies to purchases made in-store, on Quick Pay kiosks, over the telephone or authorised orders on Argos.co.uk.
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#1
Didn't take long for that to come back again!!!
#2
Thanks for info :thumbsup: hot for me...:santa:
#3
Advert just been on the TV.
#4
And still no mention in the T&C's that you DON'T get them for buying vouchers. So all those that were told last time that the offer had been changed to exclude voucher purchases were being mugged.

Shame the X360 offer finished yesterday eh? :lol:
#5
http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w302/bucketandbucket/argvouchpromo7nov.jpg
#6
Shengis
And still no mention in the T&C's that you DON'T get them for buying vouchers. So all those that were told last time that the offer had been changed to exclude voucher purchases were being mugged.

Shame the X360 offer finished yesterday eh? :lol:


:whistling: I bought a ds lite with £100 of vouchers which I got a £10 voucher for, then got another £10 voucher on purchase of the ds lite:thumbsup:

:santa: think it all depends on who serves you:thumbsup:

I had to ask for the voucher each time, but no further arguement afterwards, the purchase of vouchers with vouchers is exempt from this offer only.
#7
It would be interesting to hear the reaction if you tried to claim T&C's mention no GV on buying GV's.

I'd be surprised if the T&C's didn't have a nice vague paragraph clause allowing them to deny it as they want.
#8
Shengis
And still no mention in the T&C's that you DON'T get them for buying vouchers.


Just got this list off the Argos homepage:

[SIZE="4"]Excludes the purchase of gift vouchers using gift vouchers as a method of payment. [/SIZE]


It may be mis-worded but if you print out the screen from their site you might be able to push your luck.

On the homepage, to the right hand side, a window in red shows the offer.
Click on the box that says "FULL DETAILS"

Feedback how you get on 'cos I'm going in later rhis week.
1 Like #9
barginfan
Just got this list off the Argos homepage:

[SIZE="4"]Excludes the purchase of gift vouchers using gift vouchers as a method of payment. [/SIZE]

The point is you buy the vouchers with cash/card so that exclusion doesn't apply:thumbsup:
#10
Hoping to get Ultimate Bumblebee which is currently £63.99 and then get the extra £10 vouchers using this method. Thanks for the tip
[mod]#11
Good to see this back, thanks for the tip edi :)
#12
Cheers for that, rep and heat added.

Unfortunately i can't get the RO list early anymore as i don't work at Argos now, It was nice to be able to get the items reserved before anyone else knew about the offers lol. :whistling:

Hopefully i can find a decent deal here!

Chris

EDIT - Why is the Nikon D40 £339.99! its £300 in most places! would have been able to get a good deal if it was cheaper lol.
#13
clowe31
Hoping to get Ultimate Bumblebee which is currently £63.99 and then get the extra £10 vouchers using this method. Thanks for the tip

Theres bound to be somebody who says you only get £10 if you spend over £100:giggle: ;-)
#14
Hi, I know but I meant the 'buy £50 vouchers get £5' then pay for item with vouchers then get the other £5, if they let me and don't come out with some spurious argument.
#15
Shengis
The point is you buy the vouchers with cash/card so that exclusion doesn't apply:thumbsup:


Maybe I should have made myself clearer.

My point was that the term:
Excludes the purchase of gift vouchers using gift vouchers as a method of payment.

Could contain an error.

I guess the stores could possibly turn round and say that the term should read:
Excludes the purchase of gift vouchers [SIZE="4"]OR[/SIZE] using gift vouchers as a method of payment.

That's why I suggest the print out.

Just a thought after the previous problems some people have experienced.

Happy haggling
#16
Also the wording could be to stop people thinking that they can be very cheeky and pay cash for the first set of £100 vouchers get the extra £10 voucher and then purchase another £100 of vouchers but back for those vouchers with the vouchers they already have and hope to get another free £10 voucher.
#17
marks
Also the wording could be to stop people thinking that they can be very cheeky and pay cash for the first set of £100 vouchers get the extra £10 voucher and then purchase another £100 of vouchers but back for those vouchers with the vouchers they already have and hope to get another free £10 voucher.

I put it to the jury that that is EXACTLY what it means. It's there to stop people racking up free vouchers for an initial spend. If it wasn't in the T&C's you could do that all day and walk away with £1000's and still have your original £100 in vouchers:giggle:
#18
Argh I just bought two Sony Ericcson phones yesterday for £145!
#19
TwilightPrincess
Argh I just bought two Sony Ericcson phones yesterday for £145!


Take them back, get a refund, buy them again get £10 of vouchers :)
#20
schizoboy
Take them back, get a refund, buy them again get £10 of vouchers :)


Unfortunately, mobile phones are not covered by their 30-day money back guarantee; unless they are faulty. Same as MP3 players and such-like.
#21
Ah, doh!
#22
Shengis
And still no mention in the T&C's that you DON'T get them for buying vouchers. So all those that were told last time that the offer had been changed to exclude voucher purchases were being mugged.

Shame the X360 offer finished yesterday eh? :lol:


Guess I've been mugged :-( . Just bcareful guys, go to another argos store if it doesn't do what you want.
banned#23
I reserved something online, went instore and got my £10 free voucher then 5 days later received another £10 voucher by post.

Silly Argos :)
#24
wierdowoss
I reserved something online, went instore and got my £10 free voucher then 5 days later received another £10 voucher by post.

Silly Argos :)


How did that work? Whenever I reserve something it never asks for my address :?
#25
If you're registered with argos and login using that info then reserve that reservation will be associated with your login account with your address info etc.

I suspect that was sent in error thinking you ordered your items by post.
#26
I spent £249.99 there Saturday, just missed out on that.

I'd got an Xbox from Woolies the day Halo 3 was released, a deal for an xbox and free halo for £249.99. I took it back on Saturday and had a refund, walked across the road to Argos and got the same Xbox, with 2 games and a mega bundle pack for the same price. So I did save something in spite of missing the vouchers.:whistling:
#27
I got my new 360 a few days ago (Monday), so I missed out on this.. gahh.
#28
shibi din
Unfortunately, mobile phones are not covered by their 30-day money back guarantee; unless they are faulty. Same as MP3 players and such-like.


So, you can claim it to be faulty and ask for a refund ;-)
#29
welshbhoy
I spent £249.99 there Saturday, just missed out on that.

I'd got an Xbox from Woolies the day Halo 3 was released, a deal for an xbox and free halo for £249.99. I took it back on Saturday and had a refund, walked across the road to Argos and got the same Xbox, with 2 games and a mega bundle pack for the same price. So I did save something in spite of missing the vouchers.:whistling:


Welcome to HUKD welshbhoy :)
#30
i was told i couldn't take a wii game back to argos

needed to swap one because was a duplicate pressie and lady was real nice, said was n't suppose to do it but since it was obviously unused she would do it. bonus

goes to show its worth a try to be cheeky
#31
marialouise314
i was told i couldn't take a wii game back to argos

needed to swap one because was a duplicate pressie and lady was real nice, said was n't suppose to do it but since it was obviously unused she would do it. bonus

goes to show its worth a try to be cheeky


My cousin works for Argos and he says its down to the store manager whether or not to accept the return. Ask to speak to the Manager before attempting a return and there is a good chance of success :)
#32
[SIZE=2]dont forget to add coppers to charity to get your voucher ie £49.98 2p to charity.[/SIZE]
#33
Reserved something online yesterday to collect today when I went in the price had gone back up (doubled) they honoured it. even though it states on the bottom of the reservation letter price on day of collection
#34
good idea jenz
#35
just my luck,i spent £70 in there yesterday
#36
hello,
It does say that you can't use vouchers to buy vouchers, but that has always been there terms and conditions.

e.g. purchase some thing for £20 and want to buy a £5 gift card. pay £10 cash and the rest with a voucher... they will tell you to bog off :oops:

I have reserved my lad a bike and didn't do this last week when I got the ds lite.
so I will be getting my £50 vouchers and using the £5 and £10 from last week.. so another baragin, shame I aren't still working there :whistling:

if you have the reciept and want to return a game if they are intact, unopened and still have the catalugue number on ... fight your corner for a refund or exchange, be firm but polite

amanda
#37
Last week, I bought £100 giftcard and got a £10 giftcard as part of this deal. I used another giftcard with about £45 on and used cash to get the DS Lite deal and got another £10 giftcard.

I tried to buy another couple of £100 giftcards in other stores and they would not let me have the £10. Do they interpret the T&C's on the fly?
banned#38
Guess it depends who you get at the till.
#39
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/StaticDisplay/includeName/giftVouchers.htm

Please note that the purchase of Argos gift vouchers is excluded from any promotional offers on Argos.co.uk


^ does this mean that you cannot get a free £10 gift voucher if you buy a £100 gift voucher?
#40
on the website.... probably.

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