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Mastercard & Android Pay – Free TfL Travel & Caffè Nero Coffee on 4 Mondays in October 2016

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Similar to the Mastercard / Apple Pay promotion last year, Mastercard and Android Pay will provide free TfL travel (including bus, Tube and DLR etc) on four Mondays in October. The only difference … Read More
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Similar to the Mastercard / Apple Pay promotion last year, Mastercard and Android Pay will provide free TfL travel (including bus, Tube and DLR etc) on four Mondays in October.

The only difference is that they are offering free coffee this time too!

Useful info from Engadget ( https://www.engadget.com/2016/09/28/mastercard-android-pay-coffee-tube-london/ ) copied below:

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In a bid to boost mobile payments, Mastercard kicked-off a series of promotional events last year where it would pay for Londoners' travel if they used its cards to tap in and out of the Tube with Apple Pay. It must have been a success, because today the card giant confirmed that it will do the same for cardholders with Android devices, allowing you to travel on London's travel networks for free every Monday throughout October.

All you need to do is have a Mastercard loaded onto your Android Pay wallet and then use it to touch in and out, like you would an Oyster or contactless card. The offer is available on October 3rd, 10th, 17th and 24th and covers travel up to £30.50 across bus, Tube, tram, DLR, Tfl Rail, London Overground routes and most National Rail services in London. It even covers Emirates Air Line cable car and the MBNA Thames Clippers River Bus service.

If that wasn't enough, Mastercard has also teamed up with Caffè Nero to offer a free coffee or hot drink on those dates. For both offers, you will need to pay for your travel and drinks initially, but Mastercard will refund the fare (which could take up to 28 days).

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Full Terms & Conditions ( https://www.mastercard.co.uk/en-gb/consumers/features-benefits/mobile-payments/android-pay.html ) below:

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Eligibility

This promotion is open to holders of a Mastercard® card issued by a UK financial institution with an Android Pay compatible device (4.4 operating system or above and NFC enabled).
Under 18’s will require guardian/parental consent to take part.
Offer only valid when using a Mastercard card with Android Pay.
The offer will be available during a series of eight Promotional Periods on four consecutive Mondays commencing 03/10/2016:
Promotional Period 1 (“PP1”) – TfL Travel Offer – 04:30 on 03/10/2016 to 01:00 on 04/10/2016
Promotional Period 2 (“PP2”) – TfL Travel Offer – 04:30 on 10/10/2016 to 01:00 on 11/10/2016
Promotional Period 3 (“PP3”) – TfL Travel Offer – 04:30 on 17/10/2016 to 01:00 on 18/10/2016
Promotional Period 4 (“PP4”) – TfL Travel Offer – 04:30 on 24/10/2016 to 01:00 on 25/10/2016
Promotional Period 5 (“PP5”) – Caffè Nero Coffee Offer – 00:00 to 23:59 on 03/10/2016
Promotional Period 6 (“PP6”) – Caffè Nero Coffee Offer – 00:00 to 23:59 on 10/10/2016
Promotional Period 7 (“PP7”) – Caffè Nero Coffee Offer – 00:00 to 23:59 on 17/10/2016
Promotional Period 8 (“PP8”) – Caffè Nero Coffee Offer – 00:00 to 23:59 on 24/10/2016

Transport for London Travel Offer
To redeem the offer, cardholders must use their Mastercard card with Android Pay for pay as you go travel on bus, Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground, TfL Rail, Emirates Air Line, Thames Clippers River Bus, Gatwick Express and most National Rail services in London during PP1, PP2, PP3 and/or PP4.
The offer entitles cardholders to receive a refund against their pay as you go travel costs made with a Mastercard card with Android Pay on bus, Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground, TfL Rail, Emirates Air Line, Thames Clippers River Bus, Gatwick Express and most National Rail services in London to a maximum value of £30.50 per cardholder, per PP1, PP2, PP3 and PP4. The offer is as stated and nothing else is included.
The refund will take up to 28 working days from the end of each Promotional Period to appear in the Mastercard cardholder’s account. Please note that the refund will be posted to the cardholder’s account by their issuing bank and will be dependent on Mastercard having processed the relevant transactions. Any queries relating to delayed or missing refunds must be raised within 2 months of the close of Promotional Period 4.
All qualifying journeys must be paid for using a UK Mastercard card with Android Pay.
Cardholders who use Mastercard with Android Pay must have an active account, with the requisite funds to cover their TfL travel costs during PP1, PP2, PP3 and PP4.
To qualify for the offer, you must touch your Android Pay device on a yellow card reader at the start and end of each journey made on Tube, DLR, London Overground, TfL Rail, Gatwick Express, Emirates Air Line, Thames Clippers River Bus and most National Rail services in London (or any combination of these) and at intermediate points where required. On buses and trams you must only touch in at the start of your journey.
Offer is subject to the TfL Contactless Payment Cards Conditions of Use located at http://www.tfl.gov.uk/terms.

Caffè Nero Coffee Offer
This offer entitles Mastercard cardholders to one any-size Espresso, Caffè Latte, Cappuccino, Americano, Caffè Mocha, Flat White, Standard Hot Chocolate or Tea.
Offer excludes additional syrups, extras, speciality drinks, cold drinks and all other food or beverage items.
To redeem the offer, cardholders can visit any Caffè Nero shop or express outlet in England, Wales and Scotland during PP5, PP6, PP7 or PP8:
When ordering the free coffee only, cardholders must present their Mastercard loaded within Android Pay to the Barista when ordering.
When ordering the free coffee with additional items, cardholders must present their Mastercard loaded within Android Pay and then tap to pay for any additional items with their Mastercard with Android Pay.
Maximum 1 coffee per cardholder per PP5, PP6, PP7 and PP8.
Anyone using someone else’s Android Device or attempting to redeem the offer more than once during either PP5, PP6, PP7 and/or PP8 will be refused the free coffee.
Caffè Nero staff reserve the right to ask a customer to show the verifying email address within the Android Pay app, proof of ID and/or the relevant Mastercard card if they have any concerns regarding the authenticity of the customer.
Caffè Nero staff reserve the right to refuse the offer to any customer where there are reasonable grounds to believe there has been a breach of these terms and conditions.

General
Offers subject to normal availability.
Offers cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount, offer or promotion.
To the fullest extent possible in law, neither Mastercard nor agencies involved in this promotion will be liable for any loss or damage whatsoever caused by matters relating to this promotion.
By redeeming these offers, Mastercard cardholders will be deemed to be bound by and have accepted these terms and conditions.
Any question concerning the legal interpretation of the rules will be based on English law and the Courts of England and Wales will have exclusive jurisdiction.
In exceptional circumstances, the Promoter reserves the right to vary these terms and conditions or withdraw the offer at any stage.
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9 Likes
JAK68
Why just free travel in London... What about the rest of the country :(


is there anywhere else other than London where you can pay for a pay as you go journey by tapping on the barriers as opposed to a ticket machine?
8 Likes
TFL gates (or my phone) are always temperamental, and clearly governed by the law of Sod.

Android Pay will work perfectly every time, UNTIL you are at a gate with a thousand grumpy commuters behind you... then you present your phone to the reader, it will splutter, maybe vibrate, tease you with the prospect of escape... multiple tenths of a second pass and nothing happens. Time slows to a crawl. A thousand pairs of eyes bear down on you, accusing. You hope, against hope, that the magic is just taking longer than normal.... but no, the gate stands firm, unyielding, unwilling to accept your puny Android offering. You feel a shove in your back as you realise you have destroyed the natural flow of humanity - the river of people is not flowing, the beating heart of the city is having a coronary, and IT'S ALL YOUR FAULT.

You mumble "sorry" and step aside, broken and worthless.
6 Likes
Disgusting this isn't available on Apple. Effectively racism.

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1 Like #1
I wasn't sure whether the free coffee was applicable to London stores only, but the T&Cs state that it'll be valid in England, Wales and Scotland which is a nice bonus.

Ta OP.
#2
so you don't have to be in London to avail free coffee, right? and don't need to pay by android as cafe Nero doesn't do contactless
4 Likes #3
Why just free travel in London... What about the rest of the country :(
3 Likes #4
naveidanwar
so you don't have to be in London to avail free coffee, right? and don't need to pay by android as cafe Nero doesn't do contactless
They've accepted contactless payments for years.
#5
Anyone find its a bit slow? I tried it last couple days takes longer than contactless debit card.
9 Likes #6
JAK68
Why just free travel in London... What about the rest of the country :(


is there anywhere else other than London where you can pay for a pay as you go journey by tapping on the barriers as opposed to a ticket machine?
#7
benjefreys
Anyone find its a bit slow? I tried it last couple days takes longer than contactless debit card.


i find android pay quicker than contactless debit card??
#8
jamhole
benjefreys
Anyone find its a bit slow? I tried it last couple days takes longer than contactless debit card.
i find android pay quicker than contactless debit card??

What phone are you using? im on HTC 10
#9
benjefreys
jamhole
benjefreys
Anyone find its a bit slow? I tried it last couple days takes longer than contactless debit card.
i find android pay quicker than contactless debit card??

What phone are you using? im on HTC 10


im using Sony Z3. I find it takes a few seconds to register with debit card, whereas my phone is virtually instant
#10
Thanks OP for the heads-up.
Please could someone confirm that Revolut prepaid master cards are eligible to avail this offer.

Extract from master card website"Simple setup
Once you have the Android Pay app you can load your Mastercard credit, debit, small business and reloadable prepaid cards from participating issuers and use them with Android Pay. "
#11
I have an Android phone. I have a Revolut card.

Not in London but What do I need to do to get a free coffee ?

Edit: Aah bugger. My phone to old to be compatible with Android Pay app.

So no free coffee :(

Edited By: Gollywood on Sep 28, 2016 14:20: no
#12
5ilver
Thanks OP for the heads-up.
Please could someone confirm that Revolut prepaid master cards are eligible to avail this offer.
Extract from master card website"Simple setup
Once you have the Android Pay app you can load your Mastercard credit, debit, small business and reloadable prepaid cards from participating issuers and use them with Android Pay. "
this is the list of supported banks and cards https://support.google.com/androidpay/answer/6314169?hl=en-GB only mastercard I have is tescobank which isn't supported unfortunately
1 Like #13
No good for Tesco MasterCard
6 Likes #14
Disgusting this isn't available on Apple. Effectively racism.
#15
Shame I do not have an Android. My old Samsung Galaxy S3 is not compatible.....
#16
charliemike
Disgusting this isn't available on Apple. Effectively racism.


Apple had a similar promotion last year or was it this year.
#17
badasschris
5ilver
Thanks OP for the heads-up.
Please could someone confirm that Revolut prepaid master cards are eligible to avail this offer.
Extract from master card website"Simple setup
Once you have the Android Pay app you can load your Mastercard credit, debit, small business and reloadable prepaid cards from participating issuers and use them with Android Pay. "
this is the list of supported banks and cards https://support.google.com/androidpay/answer/6314169?hl=en-GB only mastercard I have is tescobank which isn't supported unfortunately
Thanks for the link, unfortunately Revolut is also not included.
#18
I'm probably going to sound a bit stupid, but How do you get hold of a MasterCard debit card?
I've never had one before. Always had visa cards.
1 Like #19
charliemike
Disgusting this isn't available on Apple. Effectively racism.
As if Apple/iOS is the platform that shares anything with the rest of the world
#20
charliemike
Disgusting this isn't available on Apple. Effectively racism.


I'm assuming this was a humour post? Either way, this has absolutely nothing to do with race.
#21
MYS
I'm probably going to sound a bit stupid, but How do you get hold of a MasterCard debit card?
I've never had one before. Always had visa cards.
You don't need one for this deal. Just link a supported MasterCard credit card to your android pay account.
4 Likes #22
Cold from me. My privacy is worth more than a cup of coffee.

I would never give google a credit card number and so a definite identity to associate with all the other personal information I can't stop them collecting.I don't want to tell google anything about what I buy with credit cards either.
#23
So how does the coffee work then do I just pay with my Android Pay (already Mastercard linked) and tell them I was the promotional coffee?
#24
whereiskevinn
charliemike
Disgusting this isn't available on Apple. Effectively racism.
I'm assuming this was a humour post? Either way, this has absolutely nothing to do with race.
if it was humour , and im guessing it is then the joke is calling something that is obviously not racism racism
so it is funny and it has absolutely nothing to do with race .... you both win, not a prize, just put your fist in the air and go yeah...!

Edited By: fr33radicalls on Sep 28, 2016 18:36
1 Like #25
Solly92
Cold from me. My privacy is worth more than a cup of coffee.

I would never give google a credit card number and so a definite identity to associate with all the other personal information I can't stop them collecting.I don't want to tell google anything about what I buy with credit cards either.
they are going to try and get there finger in every pie i would imagine, this is what these companies are about now it seems, dominance , control i suppose, i totally understand you view though, there are concerns, serious ones, i think we underestimate our power as consumers and until we start coming together and exercising that power these companies will continue to gain more and more power. anyway i need to buy more stuff i don't need and cant afford and that i would like to spend on something else more fulfilling.
#26
What's the cheapest NFC phone you can get?
#27
jamhole
benjefreys
Anyone find its a bit slow? I tried it last couple days takes longer than contactless debit card.
i find android pay quicker than contactless debit card??
Dunno
#28
Any chance of this eventually working on rooted phones???
1 Like #29
Solly92
Cold from me. My privacy is worth more than a cup of coffee.
I would never give google a credit card number and so a definite identity to associate with all the other personal information I can't stop them collecting.I don't want to tell google anything about what I buy with credit cards either.

If you've got an Apple or Android phone your privacy has already gone anyway? Plus if your using a chrome browser Google also know what your viewing unless you've gone incognito?

At the end of the day all Google can do it target adverts etc at you, they can't tip off the coffee police your drinking too many cappuccinos!
1 Like #30
will take advantage of this. cable car sounds good. heat!
#31
whereiskevinn
charliemike
Disgusting this isn't available on Apple. Effectively racism.
I'm assuming this was a humour post? Either way, this has absolutely nothing to do with race.
Cause it has.
Is racist against Apples.
#32
Thought I could use this, but Android Pay tells me it cannot confirm it is Android compatible. My phone is running the stock software, but is rooted.

Saying that the only way I managed to get space on the phone to install Android Pay was by using Link2SD, so even if my phone was not rooted I would not be able to use it.
#33
EdCov
Thought I could use this, but Android Pay tells me it cannot confirm it is Android compatible. My phone is running the stock software, but is rooted.
Saying that the only way I managed to get space on the phone to install Android Pay was by using Link2SD, so even if my phone was not rooted I would not be able to use it.
Has your phone got NFC?


Edited By: johnsmith1997 on Sep 29, 2016 00:41: nfc
1 Like #34
ssc1
will take advantage of this. cable car sounds good. heat!
Me to.
Still haven't been on the White Elephant yet.:D
#35
thanks
#36
Ross81
So how does the coffee work then do I just pay with my Android Pay (already Mastercard linked) and tell them I was the promotional coffee?
I assume you just order your coffee as normal and pay via contactless.
No need to tell Nero because it will be recorded by Mastercard that you have made a transaction with Caffe Nero for X amount.
#37
Topper1900
If you've got an Apple or Android phone your privacy has already gone anyway?

Keep telling yourself that. I know it makes you feel better about giving up your own privacy if you can convince yourself everyone else has as well.
#38
Get then Cafe Nero's! Even if you dont drink coffee throw it away...teach nasties for not paying UK tax, let them know what its like to be left out of pocket.
#39
It's a shame Barclays customers can't use Android Pay as I'd have saved a few quid here
#40
Have a look at this and decide for yourself if you want to use this technology.
Europol warns of Android tap-and-go thefts
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-37495102

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