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I know this has been highlighted before. But I've just spotted it again whilst browsing Amazon.

Basically you need to set up an Amazon Wedding List and when your 'guests' have spent £250 or more on gifts on your Wedding List. You will then (within 35 days of meeting these conditions) receive an email confirming that the promotional credit (£50) has been added to your Amazon account.

Sounds pretty easy right? It's going to be perfect for anybody getting married and thinking about asking their guests for I dunno, a PlayStation 4, a new AV receiver or a new TV.

Bob on. I'll link to the T&Cs below.
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BuzzDuraband
kipikachuko
BuzzDuraband
kipikachuko
I don't think this is a deal. Amazon have been offering this for ages.
I did clearly point out it had been highlighted before. I stated that I had just seen it again, which is the reason for sharing again.
I'm pretty sure a £50 gift card for a £250 spend is a deal, though.
Well your title says "Free" £50 voucher. But in order to get it, you have to spend £250. And that has been like this always, anyway. That's why I said I don't think it is a deal.
No. My title states 'Free £50 Amazon Gift Card When You (or your friends) Spend £250'
Which is what it is. Spend £250 on £250 worth of products and you get a free £50 voucher (simply put, they don't charge you for the voucher).
The post has quite clearly upset you. I apologise, that wasn't my intention.

1. This is a deal. (yes it does require 2 minutes of work but for £50 this is worth it. - If you had a job that paid you £50 for 2 minutes effort then you would be earning £1,500 per hour).
For example, if you were considering buying a £200 Xbox for your kids, this would enable you to get an extra £50 worth of games / controllers etc for free.

2. Yes it has been posted before (a long time ago) and yes I have seen it before, but I must admit that I had forgotten about it. Also, there are a lot of new members in the hotukdeals community who have not seen it before

3. Why can't people be nice to each other on here. This is a good post. Heat from me.
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HedgyHoggy
DO THEY REQUIRE PROOF OF YOUR MARRIAGE?


​Yes. Buy a 12 pack of condoms. Review them & say 'its a lifetime supply' & Amazon criteria will be satisfied....
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How many times do amazon allow you to be married? :-)
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kipikachuko
I don't think this is a deal. Amazon have been offering this for ages.

I did clearly point out it had been highlighted before. I stated that I had just seen it again, which is the reason for sharing again.

I'm pretty sure a £50 gift card for a £250 spend is a deal, though.
[HUKD Deal Editor] 7 Likes
kipikachuko
BuzzDuraband
kipikachuko
I don't think this is a deal. Amazon have been offering this for ages.
I did clearly point out it had been highlighted before. I stated that I had just seen it again, which is the reason for sharing again.
I'm pretty sure a £50 gift card for a £250 spend is a deal, though.
Well your title says "Free" £50 voucher. But in order to get it, you have to spend £250. And that has been like this always, anyway. That's why I said I don't think it is a deal.

No. My title states 'Free £50 Amazon Gift Card When You (or your friends) Spend £250'

Which is what it is. Spend £250 on £250 worth of products and you get a free £50 voucher (simply put, they don't charge you for the voucher).

The post has quite clearly upset you. I apologise, that wasn't my intention.

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#2
I don't think this is a deal. Amazon have been offering this for ages.
[HUKD Deal Editor] 10 Likes #3
kipikachuko
I don't think this is a deal. Amazon have been offering this for ages.

I did clearly point out it had been highlighted before. I stated that I had just seen it again, which is the reason for sharing again.

I'm pretty sure a £50 gift card for a £250 spend is a deal, though.
#4
BuzzDuraband
kipikachuko
I don't think this is a deal. Amazon have been offering this for ages.
I did clearly point out it had been highlighted before. I stated that I had just seen it again, which is the reason for sharing again.
I'm pretty sure a £50 gift card for a £250 spend is a deal, though.
Well your title says "Free" £50 voucher. But in order to get it, you have to spend £250. And that has been like this always, anyway. That's why I said I don't think it is a deal.

Edited By: kipikachuko on Jun 29, 2016 10:44
1 Like #5
I never new about this. Thanks a lot. Free £50 mustn't grumble!!
[HUKD Deal Editor] 7 Likes #6
kipikachuko
BuzzDuraband
kipikachuko
I don't think this is a deal. Amazon have been offering this for ages.
I did clearly point out it had been highlighted before. I stated that I had just seen it again, which is the reason for sharing again.
I'm pretty sure a £50 gift card for a £250 spend is a deal, though.
Well your title says "Free" £50 voucher. But in order to get it, you have to spend £250. And that has been like this always, anyway. That's why I said I don't think it is a deal.

No. My title states 'Free £50 Amazon Gift Card When You (or your friends) Spend £250'

Which is what it is. Spend £250 on £250 worth of products and you get a free £50 voucher (simply put, they don't charge you for the voucher).

The post has quite clearly upset you. I apologise, that wasn't my intention.
#7
how can i get this if im not getting married
5 Likes #8
Or your friends

https://media.giphy.com/media/Az1CJ2MEjmsp2/giphy.gif

:(
6 Likes #9
coventgamer
how can i get this if im not getting married
What about usual technique - LIE?

Or you can for real find a woman (or a man for freaking sake) and sell all your rights to the goverment by signing that "marriage certificate".
1 Like #10
Good deal, pity im already married, so will lose out! lol
12 Likes #11
How many times do amazon allow you to be married? :-)
5 Likes #12
kipikachuko
BuzzDuraband
kipikachuko
I don't think this is a deal. Amazon have been offering this for ages.
I did clearly point out it had been highlighted before. I stated that I had just seen it again, which is the reason for sharing again.
I'm pretty sure a £50 gift card for a £250 spend is a deal, though.
Well your title says "Free" £50 voucher. But in order to get it, you have to spend £250. And that has been like this always, anyway. That's why I said I don't think it is a deal.


Well not everyone knew about it thats why its been voted hot , will defo come in use to someone if not you :)
33 Likes #13
BuzzDuraband
kipikachuko
BuzzDuraband
kipikachuko
I don't think this is a deal. Amazon have been offering this for ages.
I did clearly point out it had been highlighted before. I stated that I had just seen it again, which is the reason for sharing again.
I'm pretty sure a £50 gift card for a £250 spend is a deal, though.
Well your title says "Free" £50 voucher. But in order to get it, you have to spend £250. And that has been like this always, anyway. That's why I said I don't think it is a deal.
No. My title states 'Free £50 Amazon Gift Card When You (or your friends) Spend £250'
Which is what it is. Spend £250 on £250 worth of products and you get a free £50 voucher (simply put, they don't charge you for the voucher).
The post has quite clearly upset you. I apologise, that wasn't my intention.

1. This is a deal. (yes it does require 2 minutes of work but for £50 this is worth it. - If you had a job that paid you £50 for 2 minutes effort then you would be earning £1,500 per hour).
For example, if you were considering buying a £200 Xbox for your kids, this would enable you to get an extra £50 worth of games / controllers etc for free.

2. Yes it has been posted before (a long time ago) and yes I have seen it before, but I must admit that I had forgotten about it. Also, there are a lot of new members in the hotukdeals community who have not seen it before

3. Why can't people be nice to each other on here. This is a good post. Heat from me.
1 Like #14
Could an individual (or a non married or already married couple) set up a 'wedding list' with some items they were planning to buy anyway (e.g a £400 tv) then use a second account (a family members, friends, partners etc) to buy it and obtain the credit that way?
Typo
1 Like #15
dwl99
How many times do amazon allow you to be married? :-)
This is a good question. Is Amazon a Catholic or a Mormon
#16
Cameron92
Could an individual (or a non married or already married couple) set up a 'wedding list' with some items they were planning to buy anyway (e.g a £400 tv) then use a second account (a family members, friends, partners etc) to buy it and obtain the credit that way?
That's what the OP is implying.
#17
Cameron92
Could an individual (or a non married or already married couple) set up a 'wedding list' with some items they were planning to buy anyway (e.g a £400 tv) then use a second account (a family members, friends, partners etc) to buy it and obtain the credit that way?

Worked when " a friend of mine did it"
#18
Is there a specific period within the £250 must be spent? My 'friend' could be getting 'married' soon...but won't be spending £250 in a short period of time...if you catch my drift...
[HUKD Deal Editor] 1 Like #19
Gollywood
Is there a specific period within the £250 must be spent? My 'friend' could be getting 'married' soon...but won't be spending £250 in a short period of time...if you catch my drift...

To qualify for this Offer, your guests must have spent £250 or more from your Wedding List within 3 months after your wedding date.
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BuzzDuraband
Gollywood
Is there a specific period within the £250 must be spent? My 'friend' could be getting 'married' soon...but won't be spending £250 in a short period of time...if you catch my drift...

To qualify for this Offer, your guests must have spent £250 or more from your Wedding List within 3 months after your wedding date.


​Cheers Buzz! Nor a big Amazon User but will sign my ' friend' up & see if its possible to spend £250....

And err...yes I hope he has a great wedding.. :{
#21
I thought Amazon shut this down last time it was a "deal"?
#22
Did anyone manage to get a £250 voucher to count towards this promotion?
#23
So i setup a wedding list. Buy a mattress on my other account and get 50 quid?

Win.
#24
TommyUK
Did anyone manage to get a £250 voucher to count towards this promotion?
Can't say (also interested) but Gift Cards are on the list of approved Wedding Gifts. I read the terms and conditions and it does not discount this as an option.

The only time it mentions gift cards is with regards to the use of the £50 gift card that you receive.
#25
DO THEY REQUIRE PROOF OF YOUR MARRIAGE?
2 Likes #26
HedgyHoggy
DO THEY REQUIRE PROOF OF YOUR MARRIAGE?

Nope!

Just bought all the components for my new gaming build (was only a few quid more than buying from other sellers). This gift card will help me to buy the i5-6600K for grand total of £147. Cheers for this!
1 Like #27
asc91
TommyUK
Did anyone manage to get a £250 voucher to count towards this promotion?
Can't say (also interested) but Gift Cards are on the list of approved Wedding Gifts. I read the terms and conditions and it does not discount this as an option.
The only time it mentions gift cards is with regards to the use of the £50 gift card that you receive.

Thats interesting, thanks!

I would rather get a gift voucher, then i wont have to rush to get something before the deal ends.
19 Likes #28
HedgyHoggy
DO THEY REQUIRE PROOF OF YOUR MARRIAGE?


​Yes. Buy a 12 pack of condoms. Review them & say 'its a lifetime supply' & Amazon criteria will be satisfied....
#29
I doubt a £250 Amazon Gift Card counts towards the £250 spend.. does it?

i.e. £300 gift card for £250.

Edited By: Turret on Jun 29, 2016 17:59
#30
Turret
I doubt a £250 Amazon Gift Card counts towards the £250 spend.. does it?
i.e. £300 gift card for £250.

It actually says "add giftcards to your wedding list" on the front page. But then goes on to say this in the FAQ:

Can I add Amazon Gift Certificates to my list?
At this time, you cannot add an Amazon.co.uk Gift Certificate to your Wedding List. However, all visitors to your list will see a button at the top of the page that says, "Send a Gift Certificate." The guest will need to know your e-mail address or delivery address to send you a Gift Certificate. If you'd like to receive Gift Certificates from your guests, you may want to mention this in your "Personal Message". To edit or create a personal message, go to the "List Information" tab at the top of your Wedding List, click the "Edit" button next to "Wedding Information," and add text under "Personal Message."

So I am really not clear about this. Would be interested to know too.
#31
moneysavingkitten
Turret
I doubt a £250 Amazon Gift Card counts towards the £250 spend.. does it?
i.e. £300 gift card for £250.

It actually says "add giftcards to your wedding list" on the front page. But then goes on to say this in the FAQ:

Can I add Amazon Gift Certificates to my list?
At this time, you cannot add an Amazon.co.uk Gift Certificate to your Wedding List. However, all visitors to your list will see a button at the top of the page that says, "Send a Gift Certificate." The guest will need to know your e-mail address or delivery address to send you a Gift Certificate. If you'd like to receive Gift Certificates from your guests, you may want to mention this in your "Personal Message". To edit or create a personal message, go to the "List Information" tab at the top of your Wedding List, click the "Edit" button next to "Wedding Information," and add text under "Personal Message."

So I am really not clear about this. Would be interested to know too.


​Says what in the FAQ?
#32
Gollywood
moneysavingkitten
Turret
I doubt a £250 Amazon Gift Card counts towards the £250 spend.. does it?
i.e. £300 gift card for £250.
It actually says "add giftcards to your wedding list" on the front page. But then goes on to say this in the FAQ:
Can I add Amazon Gift Certificates to my list?
At this time, you cannot add an Amazon.co.uk Gift Certificate to your Wedding List. However, all visitors to your list will see a button at the top of the page that says, "Send a Gift Certificate." The guest will need to know your e-mail address or delivery address to send you a Gift Certificate. If you'd like to receive Gift Certificates from your guests, you may want to mention this in your "Personal Message". To edit or create a personal message, go to the "List Information" tab at the top of your Wedding List, click the "Edit" button next to "Wedding Information," and add text under "Personal Message."
So I am really not clear about this. Would be interested to know too.
​Says what in the FAQ?

It says you can't add gift certificates the to the wedding list, but visitors can send them to you. Which is the opposite to what it says on the front page.
#33
unfortunately i am already married :(
#34
Gollywood
HedgyHoggy
DO THEY REQUIRE PROOF OF YOUR MARRIAGE?
​Yes. Buy a 12 pack of condoms. Review them & say 'its a lifetime supply' & Amazon criteria will be satisfied....
X)
#35
definitely going to be some divorce going around
#36
FantasyDeals
Or your friends
https://media.giphy.com/media/Az1CJ2MEjmsp2/giphy.gif:(

You've friends FD and lots of them :)
summerof76
Gollywood
HedgyHoggy
DO THEY REQUIRE PROOF OF YOUR MARRIAGE?
​Yes. Buy a 12 pack of condoms. Review them & say 'its a lifetime supply' & Amazon criteria will be satisfied....
X)

Summer, how comes you find all these comments? X)
2 Likes #37
coventgamer
how can i get this if im not getting married


​Go on then I'll marry you.
#38
Wow, just ordered my phone a couple of days ago, and it arrived today...
1 Like #39
mohmmad786
unfortunately i am already married :(

Have you tried bigamy ?
#40
Did anyone get the 50 gift card yet from last time this was posted? I've spent over 250 on gifts but no sign yet

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