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FREE £5 voucher on £50 spend
FREE £10 voucher on £100 spend

Promo starts on 12th Nov.

Plus, FREE home delivery on £75 spend - use the attached code.

**** If your order comes to £49.99 or £99.99 then give a donation to charity and this will take you above the £50 / £100 threshold. Or split orders if possible to get maximum vouchers. The catalogue number for a charity donation is 981/0758 and goes to lukemia research! *** Thanks jonny1_rfc !
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#1
Does anyone know if this applies to buying vouchers also?
£100 vouchers +£10 free?
#2
Thank you!!
#3
Would this apply if buying with vouchers?!
#4
greenfearn
Does anyone know if this applies to buying vouchers also?
£100 vouchers +£10 free?

Would this apply if buying with vouchers?!


'fraid not

T&C's-

11. This offer is not available with the purchase of Argos gift cards.
#5
lilsmithy
'fraid not

T&C's-

11. This offer is not available with the purchase of Argos gift cards.



I understand it is not available with the purchase OF gift cards, my questio was - is it available for purchases USING gift cards?

Thanks
#6
Thanks edi


Quidco too..... :thumbsup:
#7
emad
I understand it is not available with the purchase OF gift cards, my questio was - is it available for purchases USING gift cards?

Thanks


Wouldn't see why not
#8
yeah thanx, why does this always happen after you've bought something!
#9
makes nintendo DS`s cheap again
#10
emad
Would this apply if buying with vouchers?!


This offer was on about three weeks ago and I made two seperate purchases using gift cards and both times I got a £10 voucher no problems. :thumbsup:

Kellm9
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Remember if your order comes to £49.99 or £99.99 then give a donation to charity and this will take you above the £50 / £100 threshold. Or split orders if possible to get maximum vouchers

The catalogue number for a charity donation is 981/0758 and goes to lukemia research!

I work for Argos and some customers even donate the whole £5 or £10 gift card to charity...very generous people!
#12
jonny1_rfc
Remember if your order comes to £49.99 or £99.99 then give a donation to charity and this will take you above the £50 / £100 threshold. Or split orders if possible to get maximum vouchers

The catalogue number for a chairty donation is 981/0758 and goes to lukemia research!

I work for Argos and some customers even donate the whole £5 or £10 gift card to chatrity...very generous people!


Good to know. :thumbsup:

Rep.
#13
Could someone post a direct link to the T&C?
#14
Great news, I nearly bought a cooker today, will be very happy tomoz now.
#15
jonny1_rfc
Remember if your order comes to £49.99 or £99.99 then give a donation to charity and this will take you above the £50 / £100 threshold. Or split orders if possible to get maximum vouchers

The catalogue number for a chairty donation is 981/0758 and goes to lukemia research!

I work for Argos and some customers even donate the whole £5 or £10 gift card to chatrity...very generous people!


Should that catalogue number work on the website, I can't get it to.
#16
Kells
This offer was on about three weeks ago and I made two seperate purchases using gift cards and both times I got a £10 voucher no problems. :thumbsup:

Kellm9


I think it was actually last week
#17
buy an item for over £100 get the voucher, then take it off your receipt and take the item back, then youve got a free £10 voucher to spend at argos :D
#18
markwigg
buy an item for over £100 get the voucher, then take it off your receipt and take the item back, then youve got a free £10 voucher to spend at argos :D


i think if you dont hand the voucher back they will knock that amount off the refund? is that right, can anyone confirm plz:?
#19
crazyloon
i think if you dont hand the voucher back they will knock that amount off the refund? is that right, can anyone confirm plz:?


Yep correct however, the system is not perfect and some people will manage this. But company policy is to take the amount off the refund if the original voucher is not ALSO returned.
#20
violetelizabeth
Should that catalogue number work on the website, I can't get it to.


No, only works instore. the catalogue number is already pre input on instore selection forms
#21
Some stores still allow you to get the free vouchers if you buy Gift Vouchers.
#22
If you pay by Nectar card (in points) does this still count?
#23
Hizz
If you pay by Nectar card (in points) does this still count?


Yes, I bought something with Nectar points last time and still got the voucher.
#24
Has this expired now? I spent £120 in argos yesterday and didnt get a voucher!:x
#25
jonny1_rfc
Remember if your order comes to £49.99 or £99.99 then give a donation to charity and this will take you above the £50 / £100 threshold. Or split orders if possible to get maximum vouchers

The catalogue number for a charity donation is 981/0758 and goes to lukemia research!

I work for Argos and some customers even donate the whole £5 or £10 gift card to charity...very generous people!


Your lucky that your duty manager allows this, I know my store (and other stores in the area) doesnt allow customers to give a charity donation to tip them over the required spend for a gift card, which I think is a good thing, as its just abusing the cause. However argos are selling plenty of SOB stock at the moment including disney books at a £1 and various other little stocking fillers like crayons and micro machines cars, you wont find these items online.

mannyalli
Has this expired now? I spent £120 in argos yesterday and didnt get a voucher!:x


It hasnt started yet, starts tomorrow. :thumbsup:
#26
robot1000
Some stores still allow you to get the free vouchers if you buy Gift Vouchers.


This is very unlikely now, all stores have been breifed on the t&c's, however at the moment, you could be lucky as you may be served by a xmas temp, however there is almost always a permanent member of staff behind them. :-D
#27
markwigg
buy an item for over £100 get the voucher, then take it off your receipt and take the item back, then youve got a free £10 voucher to spend at argos :D


Haha! Some people! :whistling:

Basically your reciept will be stamped at the till saying 'Gift Card Recieved', so if you bring an item back and it falls under the £100/£50 spend, the advisor will ask for your gift card back, or deduct £10/£5 from your refund! :thumbsup:
#28
Bryan839
Your lucky that your duty manager allows this, I know my store (and other stores in the area) doesnt allow customers to give a charity donation to tip them over the required spend for a gift card, which I think is a good thing, as its just abusing the cause. However argos are selling plenty of SOB stock at the moment including disney books at a £1 and various other little stocking fillers like crayons and micro machines cars, you wont find these items online.



It hasnt started yet, starts tomorrow. :thumbsup:


It's not "abusing the cause", the charity doesn't know where the donation has come from and I'm sure they wouldn't care - as long as its legal.

It's win-win, the charity gets a small donation and the purchaser gets a £10 voucher.
#29
callum9999
It's not "abusing the cause", the charity doesn't know where the donation has come from and I'm sure they wouldn't care - as long as its legal.

It's win-win, the charity gets a small donation and the purchaser gets a £10 voucher.

I agree

Isn't it better you give the £1 to charity rather then buying a £1 book (which goes to argos).
#30
jonny1_rfc;3426684
...The catalogue number for a charity donation is 981/0758 and goes to lukemia research!!..............


Many thanks for this jonny1_rfc :)

Adding this to OP..
#31
how do you get the voucher if you get a delivery to your house for a purchase

over £100. do they send the voucher thourgh the post ?
#32
callum9999
It's not "abusing the cause", the charity doesn't know where the donation has come from and I'm sure they wouldn't care - as long as its legal.

It's win-win, the charity gets a small donation and the purchaser gets a £10 voucher.


robot1000
I agree

Isn't it better you give the £1 to charity rather then buying a £1 book (which goes to argos).


Im just saying, my store would not allow people to give to charity just to make the transaction tip over the required spend, its not something I have put into force, but the duty manager doesnt allow it, and according to store support she is well within her right to refuse. :thumbsup:
#33
Maplins have let me buy a resistor for 15p to take me over their discount code limits. £3 off £50 spend etc. They dont like you doing it, but you are buying 2 of their products so it's hard to see how they can refuse.

The manager saw the assistant doing it for me once and quizzed what he was doing. He said that I "the customer" had specifically requested the 15p product and so let him carry on. I never bother taking the resistor but I suppose I could try sellling them on E-bay!

Back on topic... one of the cheaper items on Argos.. Visiq Body Fat Analyser with Fat Monitor!! 99p 442/9261 an ideal stocking filler for the wife or girlfriend! ( or hubby! ) :gift::oops:

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4429261.htm
#34
Bryan839
Im just saying, my store would not allow people to give to charity just to make the transaction tip over the required spend, its not something I have put into force, but the duty manager doesnt allow it, and according to store support she is well within her right to refuse. :thumbsup:


It is also well within our right to provide better customer service where possible. In my store we would be encouraged to suggest charity donations for 4 main reasons....

1. Charity IS important.
2. Better customer service i.e. some customers unaware of the offer.
3. Our units (items sold in one day) is increased by chairty donations, therefore meeting unit targets.
4. Giving out vouchers is v. good for retaining customers i.e. customer loyalty!

:)
#35
jonny1_rfc
It is also well within our right to provide better customer service where possible. In my store we would be encouraged to suggest charity donations for 4 main reasons....

1. Charity IS important.
2. Better customer service i.e. some customers unaware of the offer.
3. Our units (items sold in one day) is increased by chairty donations, therefore meeting unit targets.
4. Giving out vouchers is v. good for retaining customers i.e. customer loyalty!

:)


Great reasons, sadly my duty manager doesnt see it that way. :thumbsup:
#36
Bryan839
Great reasons, sadly my duty manager doesnt see it that way. :thumbsup:


I suppose it would depend on the view of a manager but all ours seem to be ok with it! It is a pain printing vouchers and gettin the customer to sign at this time of the year though eh? lol
#37
I think the charity must vary from store to store (maybe regions). The default at ours is the British Heart Foundation.
#38
jonny1_rfc
I suppose it would depend on the view of a manager but all ours seem to be ok with it! It is a pain printing vouchers and gettin the customer to sign at this time of the year though eh? lol


Yep a real pain, especially when Im trying to look after the xmas temps at the same time. I have been made till team leader over christmas so its a little stressfull!
#39
I can't find this on the website, can anyone confirm that it did restart today please.

Fingers crossed as I really need to sort out a new cooker.
1 Like #40
I think OP says 12th - that's tomorrow madwelshmam!

Shame really as the DS lite with guitar hero I was going to get offer ends today, nice one Argos!

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