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Spend min £25 on online purchases at participating merchant get £25 statement credit.

Appreciate that the list isnt too big but here is hoping it will help some!

GAP
ACHICA
Virgin Wines
Banana Republic
The White Company
Debenhams
Currys
PC World
Space.nk

ONLINE PURCHASE ONLY

REMEMBER TO REGISTER ADDITIONAL CARDS SEPARATELY AS WELL
- Kenneth131

Register your American Express Card and receive a £25 statement credit when you spend £25 or more at any two participating online merchants on two separate occasions from 22 July until 24 August 2014. Participating merchants include: gap.co.uk, debenhams.com, uk.spaceNK.com, bananarepublic.co.uk, currys.co.uk, pcworld.co.uk, thewhitecompany.com, achica.com, virginwines.co.uk.Terms apply.
- the porter

You must make TWO purchases of at least £25 at TWO different retailers. Therefore it is a minimum spend of £50 to get one credit of £25.
- richohone

Title needs editing = Spend £50 (2x £25)
- Relievo
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Duplicity
Total spend is £100 to qualify for the £25 cash back. You have to spend £25 with two different retails, twice, hence £100

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Called Amex, they confirmed: Spend £25 or more at each of any two participating merchants, before 24 August, get £25 back. That's spend min £25 at first merchant and then min £25 at a different merchant. Only spend at direct merchant website counts. Two transactions of £25 at same merchant does not qualify. Online spend at direct merchant only. When a merchant directs you to third party to purchase gift card (away from direct merchant that Amex has listed in offer) then that spend does not qualify. I've spent £40 at debenhams and £30 at gap. Waiting for Amex to bill my account, when they do I'm told I'll get a congrats email. Happy days.

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1 Like #1
Does this work with say a llyods Amex card or does it have to be direct through Amex?
#2
beat me to it by a hair lol. Love Amex Excellent deal.
#3
vector8724
Does this work with say a llyods Amex card or does it have to be direct through Amex?



You could register and if its successful you will get an email straight away saying you have registered
#4
Register your American Express Card and receive a £25 statement credit when you spend £25 or more at any two participating online merchants on two separate occasions from 22 July until 24 August 2014. Participating merchants include: gap.co.uk, debenhams.com, uk.spaceNK.com, bananarepublic.co.uk, currys.co.uk, pcworld.co.uk, thewhitecompany.com, achica.com, virginwines.co.uk.Terms apply. Please see below for full Terms and Conditions. This offer is open to existing American Express Cardmembers with a UK issued Credit or Charge Card. American Express Corporate Cards and Prepaid Cards do not qualify for this offer
#5
I have asked amex to clarify if it must be 2x separate transax with 2 different retailers or if you could spend 2x £25 with the same retailer to get this offer
1 Like #6
FYI...I can confirm that my Virgin Atlantic Amex is valid for the deal....so doing my first gap purchase now
#7
Good i can get £50 worth of stuff free then on my gold amex thanks op
1 Like #8
I read this as spend £25 get £25 back but it's spend £50 to get £25
#9
Beat me to it!

I think its 25 x 2 at two different retailers. So spend 100 and get back 25. But, I guess, its better to get a clarification.
#10
Register your American Express Card and receive a £25 statement credit when you spend £25 or more at any two participating online merchants on two separate occasions from 22 July until 24 August 2014. Participating merchants include: gap.co.uk, debenhams.com, uk.spaceNK.com, bananarepublic.co.uk, currys.co.uk, pcworld.co.uk, thewhitecompany.com, achica.com, virginwines.co.uk.Terms apply.
#11
Got this e-mail too and was going to share.
I usually get gift cards when its the in store offers. Not sure if you can get gift cards for online purchases for these retailers :)
Heat up
[helper]#12
Got the email, have 3 different Amex cards so very happy with this deal.

Heat added.
#13
I think I will get 2 x £25 gift cards as don't really need anything from any of these companies at the moment.

Annoyingly PC World/Currys don't do £25 vouchers, £30 is the nearest.
3 Likes #14
Deal needs changing though as it is quite misleading as it stands
3 Likes #15
So you have to spend £25 or more twice at two of the stores listed on two separate occasions.

Example.
Currys £25 spend.
PC World £25 spend.
Total £50 Spending.

You get £25 credited to your statement.
#16
has anyone confirmed that we can buy gift cards? Would seem a decent loophole But wouldnt be surprised if they are not included

Edited By: jouster on Jul 22, 2014 10:51
#17
<3 will be very nice
1 Like #18
Da11as
So you have to spend £25 or more twice at two of the stores listed on two separate occasions.

Example.
Currys £25 spend.
PC World £25 spend.
Total £50 Spending.

You get £25 credited to your statement.

Currys do gift cards in £20 or £30...but PCWorld do a £25 one...so only have to spend £5 more than required
1 Like #19
Should be ok to buy gift cards, its an online purchase and in the past with these amex offers (Harrods and House Of Fraser) it was possible to buy gift cards in store.

PC World and Currys should count as 2 separate retailers as they have their own website. PC world do £25 vouchers, Currys don't, £30 would be next best to go for.
#20
good as in store they'd both be usable in same transaction as stated above there are technically the same store even though they have separate online portals
#21
Ive used these deals before with my Amex. Usually a £10 off a £25 spend. So far its worked 100% and almost instant on the account.
I even returned items back to one store but the £10 credit stayed in my account.
#22
Great offer, cheers OP ;)
#23
jouster
Da11as
So you have to spend £25 or more twice at two of the stores listed on two separate occasions.

Example.
Currys £25 spend.
PC World £25 spend.
Total £50 Spending.

You get £25 credited to your statement.

Currys do gift cards in £20 or £30...but PCWorld do a £25 one...so only have to spend £5 more than required

You can get a £10 and £15 giftcard from Currys.
4 Likes #24
abombolo
jouster
Da11as
So you have to spend £25 or more twice at two of the stores listed on two separate occasions.

Example.
Currys £25 spend.
PC World £25 spend.
Total £50 Spending.

You get £25 credited to your statement.

Currys do gift cards in £20 or £30...but PCWorld do a £25 one...so only have to spend £5 more than required

You can get a £10 and £15 giftcard from Currys.

currys and pcworld gift cards online are sold through http://www.currysgiftcards.co.uk, not currys.co.uk or pcworld.co.uk so they will not be eligible for the Amex offer
#25
razorclaw
abombolo
jouster
Da11as
So you have to spend £25 or more twice at two of the stores listed on two separate occasions.

Example.
Currys £25 spend.
PC World £25 spend.
Total £50 Spending.

You get £25 credited to your statement.

Currys do gift cards in £20 or £30...but PCWorld do a £25 one...so only have to spend £5 more than required

You can get a £10 and £15 giftcard from Currys.

currys and pcworld gift cards online are sold through http://www.currysgiftcards.co.uk, not currys.co.uk or pcworld.co.uk so they will not be eligible for the Amex offer

Sounds about right. I don't think the 'Giftcard' route is going to work this time...
1 Like #26
Bit confusing reading the comments, I had the email and read it as spend £50 total (£25x2) across 2 different stores and get £25 credit so essentially £25 free for £50 spend?
1 Like #27
Excellent! Love AMEX, got the gold rewards with a year free with the intention of cancelling because I though £120 was steep, but for the service you get it really isn't!
#28
Excellent, will look into this :) thanks OP
#29
nice jus gotta see waht to get
#30
Wonder if it would work with the Debenhams gifts cards? I could get some and then use them for Christmas gifts nearer to the time.
http://www.debenhams.com/gifts-toys/giftcards-vouchers
#31
Does it work with this card? https://www.americanexpress.com/uk/content/basic-card/?filter=personal-customer sorry I am a Amex newbie
1 Like #32
razorclaw
abombolo
jouster
Da11as
So you have to spend £25 or more twice at two of the stores listed on two separate occasions.

Example.
Currys £25 spend.
PC World £25 spend.
Total £50 Spending.

You get £25 credited to your statement.

Currys do gift cards in £20 or £30...but PCWorld do a £25 one...so only have to spend £5 more than required

You can get a £10 and £15 giftcard from Currys.

currys and pcworld gift cards online are sold through http://www.currysgiftcards.co.uk, not currys.co.uk or pcworld.co.uk so they will not be eligible for the Amex offer

Anyone want to try?
Thing is, surely it just depends on what the actual monetary transaction goes through as on your statement - for example, if Amex expect "Curry's online" and both the currys.co.uk and currysgiftcards.co.uk put their online card transactions through as such...
Seems they charge postage as well for gift cards.

Alternatively, buy anything for £25, and return in store for gift card credit instead of a refund to your Amex card :)
#33
If you can't find anything, this deal makes the Karcher window vac WV50 only £14.99 if you buy something from another participating website :D
1 Like #34
amex gold
£60 quidco for applying
£100 in vouchers (PCWorld for me ) for £2000 spend
two airport lounge visits (HKG & LAX)
£20credit for £8spend at sunglass hut
and now this one happy days

Edited By: mattmerch on Jul 22, 2014 11:39
1 Like #35
dybydx
razorclaw
abombolo
jouster
Da11as
So you have to spend £25 or more twice at two of the stores listed on two separate occasions.

Example.
Currys £25 spend.
PC World £25 spend.
Total £50 Spending.

You get £25 credited to your statement.

Currys do gift cards in £20 or £30...but PCWorld do a £25 one...so only have to spend £5 more than required

You can get a £10 and £15 giftcard from Currys.

currys and pcworld gift cards online are sold through http://www.currysgiftcards.co.uk, not currys.co.uk or pcworld.co.uk so they will not be eligible for the Amex offer

Anyone want to try?
Thing is, surely it just depends on what the actual monetary transaction goes through as on your statement - for example, if Amex expect "Curry's online" and both the currys.co.uk and currysgiftcards.co.uk put their online card transactions through as such...
Seems they charge postage as well for gift cards.

Alternatively, buy anything for £25, and return in store for gift card credit instead of a refund to your Amex card :)

on the website it says its powered by Voucherline.com, don't know if that would make any difference?

also not sure if the order number will be flagged as being refunded regardless of what method of refund you have, i tried this at Argos with the lloyds offer and got stung :(

Edited By: razorclaw on Jul 22, 2014 11:40
#36
antispam246
Bit confusing reading the comments, I had the email and read it as spend £50 total (£25x2) across 2 different stores and get £25 credit so essentially £25 free for £50 spend?
that's what is sounds like to me also. Can anyone comment on this?
2 Likes #37
badasschris
antispam246
Bit confusing reading the comments, I had the email and read it as spend £50 total (£25x2) across 2 different stores and get £25 credit so essentially £25 free for £50 spend?
that's what is sounds like to me also. Can anyone comment on this?

Thats the offer, you have to spend at least £25 at 2 of the participating websites to get the £25 credit
#38
dybydx
razorclaw
abombolo
jouster
Da11as
So you have to spend £25 or more twice at two of the stores listed on two separate occasions.

Example.
Currys £25 spend.
PC World £25 spend.
Total £50 Spending.

You get £25 credited to your statement.

Currys do gift cards in £20 or £30...but PCWorld do a £25 one...so only have to spend £5 more than required

You can get a £10 and £15 giftcard from Currys.

currys and pcworld gift cards online are sold through http://www.currysgiftcards.co.uk, not currys.co.uk or pcworld.co.uk so they will not be eligible for the Amex offer

Anyone want to try?
Thing is, surely it just depends on what the actual monetary transaction goes through as on your statement - for example, if Amex expect "Curry's online" and both the currys.co.uk and currysgiftcards.co.uk put their online card transactions through as such...
Seems they charge postage as well for gift cards.

Alternatively, buy anything for £25, and return in store for gift card credit instead of a refund to your Amex card :)

I wouldn't try if I were you. Don't think it will work.

But buying something and returning for a gift card is a good idea. I'd go with that if you're desperate for the gift card.
#39
razorclaw
badasschris
antispam246
Bit confusing reading the comments, I had the email and read it as spend £50 total (£25x2) across 2 different stores and get £25 credit so essentially £25 free for £50 spend?
that's what is sounds like to me also. Can anyone comment on this?

Thats the offer, you have to spend at least £25 at 2 of the participating websites to get the £25 credit
cool and pc world and currys are counted as different right? So I could buy £60 steam credit (2x£30 one at each) and then get the £25 statement credit meaning the steam credit cost me £35?

Edited By: badasschris on Jul 22, 2014 11:45
#40
Anyone know if delivery would be taken into account with the £25 spend?
ie £20 t shirt and £5 delivery?

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