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Didn't know if this should be under sale or tip, but there's a new GC promotion with the £10 or £5 off a minimum spend that varies by merchant, like the last time. The difference with this is you have to enter a coupon code during checkout, which is either BONUS10 or BONUS5 but this is detailed within the checkout page itself (which is how I found out about it!)

Sorry if this is already posted, I did a search for Google Checkout beforehand but nothing looked relevant!
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#1
Not really as good as the original one as most of the offers are £5 off £50 or £10 off £100 meaning it's roughly 10%.
#2
Without a doubt! The one prior to this was merchant funded I believe, so this probably is too. The original one (being the £10 off a £30 spend) was paid for by Google to gain market share vs Paypal.

Anyway, like you say most are 10% or less, but two jump out:

The Contemporary Home
£10 off orders over £50

Find Me a Gift
£10 off orders over £60

but hey, a tenner is a tenner, right?! All helps at Christmas
#3
damn, no tenner off ebuyer!
#4
No EBuyer promotion?
Probably still recovering from that first one!!!

Oh well voted accordingly anyway
#5
Some of the ebuyer products are covered by aria. They give you a fiver over £50.
Better than nothing ;-)
#6
Vera
Some of the ebuyer products are covered by aria. They give you a fiver over £50.
Better than nothing ;-)

Aria though are generally (in my experience) slightly more expensive than eBuyer - especially with postage...

Just remember to do the maths first :thumbsup:
#7
sej7278
damn, no tenner off ebuyer!



damn thats the one i was after :(
#8
SS381
No EBuyer promotion?
Probably still recovering from that first one!!!

Oh well voted accordingly anyway


2nd one you mean - or did you miss that?!

could do with a tenner off ebuyer, especially now they have the 32mb buffer seagates back in stock :whistling:
#9
that would explain the £5 off via google checkout icon i saw on svp.co.uk yesterday then (not sure what the minimum spend is though)
#10
a word on google checkout, i had my account hacked this week and the banks traced the problem back to google checkout, if u go on google and search for fraud and google theres some real issues out there that need to be looked, me personally im not using them anymore for risk of my card being used again, the crafty gits.
#11
wewontgetfooleda
a word on google checkout, i had my account hacked this week and the banks traced the problem back to google checkout, if u go on google and search for fraud and google theres some real issues out there that need to be looked, me personally im not using them anymore for risk of my card being used again, the crafty gits.


i've seen a few things about banks not liking google checkout, it makes you wonder if they're just getting less commission than paypal so just blaming them for when their **** security gets breached.
#12
There are other things that worry me about Google checkout:
1) I'm hearing some of these fraud related things. Paypal and others are much more mature and have already learnt from their mistakes in the past... Google not.
2) Google's privacy statement says that can and will use the info about who you are, what your address is, what you purchased where when as it suits them to drive better business for them, including targetted adverts to you. I don't like that.
3) I understand that using Google checkout does not give you the same consumer protection than buing with a credit card. If you pay using Google checkout, your credit card is used to buy Google money, that is then exchanged for goods later. So - if the goods are not delivered, your credit card company won't help you, as the Google money was delivered.

I'm not saying that getting £10 off a £30 item is bad, I'm simply saying that I won't use Google checkout personally if the discount is not significant. I won't sell my details for £0.50 worth of discount and increased risk!
#13
The only stuff I can find regarding fraud is that peoples cards are being used through GC, not that card details being stolen because they've used GC. The fraudsters will have acquired the card details regardless of the existence of Google Checkout, so there is no reason not to use it! If you know anything to the contrary I'd be very interested as I use GC alot!!

As for their privacy thing, I signed up just after launch in the UK and I've never seen a thing.

3) I understand that using Google checkout does not give you the same consumer protection than buing with a credit card. If you pay using Google checkout, your credit card is used to buy Google money, that is then exchanged for goods later. So - if the goods are not delivered, your credit card company won't help you, as the Google money was delivered.
Why would it not? As far as I understand, the Google money bit is just the intermediary part of the money transfer from customer to merchant and is legally identical to using paypal or whatever.

If I'm wrong please feel free to correct me - I'd like to know if I am!
#14
wewontgetfooleda
a word on google checkout, i had my account hacked this week and the banks traced the problem back to google checkout, if u go on google and search for fraud and google theres some real issues out there that need to be looked, me personally im not using them anymore for risk of my card being used again, the crafty gits.


Sounds exactly what happened to my mate too. He of the same opinion - won't use Google again.
#15
wanye
that would explain the £5 off via google checkout icon i saw on svp.co.uk yesterday then (not sure what the minimum spend is though)


£50

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