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£40 Very voucher for £15.00 using Revolut/Paypal/Groupon

This will work on new accounts only @Very Download the Revolut app and when signing up use the promotional code "MSE". Deposit £15 (minimum £10) and you'll now have £20 credit on your revolut accou…
Apogee00 Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago44 Comments
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Does this code still work?
It should do, if it doesn't you can always withdraw whatever you deposit
Ok thank you :p
Does this code still work?

It should do, if it doesn't you can always withdraw whatever you deposit
Does this code still work?
bit of a rip off (at £15 off £40 when deal posted and a bunch of hassle too!)

It's £15 FOR a £40 voucher, not £15 OFF a £40 voucher.

Edited By: popoyaya on Nov 21, 2015 00:19: .
Clearly I meant 50% off as it became a second price of £20 which it always is. 75% is sale to new customers that happens from time to time via email. So £15 is good but it didn't work for most people as was probably an error.

£15 for the £40 voucher (£25/63% saving) is not a error, after the "hassle" it does work, I've helped quite a few to do it and they're over the moon. Plus most of the other 50% off deals have minimum spends of £50/£60.
A few months ago someone posted the £40 for £20 groupon voucher and mixed it with ps plus so you ended up getting it for £20. This got over 1000°. Now here, with 2 minutes hassle you could get it for £15 which is a blummin good deal (obviously you can apply this to anything at very).

Anyway it's done now, I helped a few and they've thanked me so I'm happy.

Save on exchange fees when you travel with revolut pre paid card

Save on exchange fees when you travel with revolut pre paid card, works fantastically you top up via card or bank transfer use the card and get the exact change rate, i have used it on my recent trip
sms12 Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago73 Comments
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Also can't find the other thread, annoying as I'd asked a question in there. I do hate the way hukd just deletes your posts with no message to say why.

Similar problems here with the app, unknown errors just trying to sign up. Seems rather buggy, waiting on contact back from them but may just give it a miss.
I saw this again on here earlier but can't find the thread now. I had a BAD experience after depositing £10.

I signed up only to get an error when I tried to withdraw. Not to worry I thought, I'll use it to pay for a gift card. That didn't work either, declined.. The person on support chat didn't seem to know what the problem was and said that I should verify my account. That involves taking a passport pic via your phone, it's annoying over a trivial amount of money and a data concern but okay. The app however has a weird system where you can't manually take the pic and instead it takes it when it deems it to be aligned.. Well, it must be buggy because it didn't ever take the picture despite minutes of trying. Fed up with this I was then told that I'd have to "send 4 photos (front and back of ID, ID next to your face and selfie) to" an email address.

By this point I was thoroughly fed up with this crap and so asked them just to refund my payment to which I'm told (eventually) "can you not just send the photos". I'm now at the point where I'm told that I will receive my £10 back within 3 days, but who knows. The app keeps crashing my phone too. Terrible experience.
Does this card allow top up by Paypal?
Or does anyone happen to know one that does...

It allows you to top up via bank transfer or visa card/mastercard

Edited By: Voltix on Oct 23, 2015 17:27
Does this card allow top up by Paypal?

Or does anyone happen to know one that does...
is this just available for euros and dollars was looking at something to send money to Pakistan also say anything the may change there structure after 12 months so seems tricky stuff
Yes. It's a triple Eur, USD and GBP currency pre-paid card. You get three separate balances. I currently have euros and pounds on it. Got the physical plastic card yesterday and used it to take money out from Sainsbury's cash machine. Also paid using my GBP balance tickets for a bus in New Zealand in NZD and the exchange rate was pretty much the one Google was showing.

Prepaid travel cards top up £10.00 get £5 free,top up £50 get £10 free @ Revolut

hi theres 2 new prepaid travel cards,revolut that the first 25000 get 5£extra on a top up of 10£ making it 15£ this cards gives perfect rates atm of typing is 1.39euros to 1£ must use code MSE to get
vitor19771 Avatar1y, 6m agoFound 1 year, 6 months ago6 Comments
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Can you load £'s for use in this country? Is it a contactless card?
revolt card.....Application fee: None | Monthly fee: None
Exchange rate: perfect interbank rate
ATM withdrawal fee: None | Currencies: Pounds/euros/dollars
Top up: Free via bank transfer or debit card
Replacement charge: None

we swap cardApplication fee: None
Monthly fee: None, but £2/mth fee if not used for 12mths
ATM withdrawal fee: €1.75 under €250, free above
Currency: Euros (plus dollars, and 14 other major currencies)
Top up: Free via debit card online/bank transfer
Replacement charge: £5
Fee for spending in different currency (eg, in dollars on a card loaded with euros): N/A (can only spend on currencies held on the card)
Any freebies? £10 of currency added when you load £50+
What charges?
Read the terms and conditions / charges carefully !
just not for use in Greece
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Free £5 when you load £10 (can withdraw immediately) and perfect exchange rate @ Revolut (prepaid Mastercard)

The prepaid Mastercard from Revolut gives the perfect interbank rate for euros, dollars and more. It's fee-free for the first year, after which it may start charging a 1% fee (or a small fixed fee). T…
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I have just used the Revolut card in Dubai for 2 weeks, absolutely brilliant,
no problems with payment anywhere, one problem with an ATM but used the one next door,
different bank, no problem, I would highly recommend. Interested to see if they apply a fee
after the first 12 months
They don't give perfect rates as I've just seen. I just got 5.82 for pounds to zlotty and Google rates are claiming it should be closer to 5.9
Used revolut on recent holiday to florida,it was the only card I took,loaded cash in pounds,converted to dollars upon arrival,converted back to sterling.on return.Faultless.!
It worked ok for me.
It took 15 quid out and gave 15quid back lol how pointless :(