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Amazon Credit Card - free £15 credit... anyone tried this??

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I was about to buy 2 disney dvds for £12 odd from amazon, but I've noticed they're advertising their credit card with 0% finance for 9 months, and they'll top you up with £15 on your first purchase...… Read More
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
I was about to buy 2 disney dvds for £12 odd from amazon, but I've noticed they're advertising their credit card with 0% finance for 9 months, and they'll top you up with £15 on your first purchase...so effectively my dvds would be free... is this correct??

Has anyone else tried this and had success?
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
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#1
its had quite a large repsponse so might take a while to come through, mines take about 2/3 weeks and i expect you will have to make a purchase and then pay it off and they will send you the voucher
#2
you could always apply for a credit card on quidco and get £25 cashback for taking it out use it to pay for your dvds collect your £25 cashback and happy days.
#3
It says the £15 is automatically credited to your account after your first purchase... not sure whether to stay away or not...
#4
amazon did the same thing on their old credit cards, its just with a different card company now
#5
[COLOR="Blue"]sounds like other credit cards, but your getting £15 on top, so go for it[/COLOR]
#6
vinylandtrinkets
With the Amazon.co.uk MasterCard, you can get 0% on all Amazon.co.uk purchases for the first 9 months, and £15 credited to your card when you make a purchase within 180 days. Typical rate 16.9% APR (variable).
personally i think the APR is high
and if you are late paying or miss a payment you lose the 0% apr. its the same as all credit cards.


APR is v.high on this at the moment. Also this affects your credit rating if you apply for one of these etc.
#7
Smeagol<3sDeagol
[COLOR="Blue"]sounds like other credit cards, but your getting £15 on top, so go for it[/COLOR]


wrong APR is through the roof for current economic climate; everyone has been dropping them for example, marks and spencers apr went from 15.9% to 9.9%. :thumbsup:
#8
scott1295
wrong APR is through the roof for current economic climate; everyone has been dropping them for example, marks and spencers apr went from 15.9% to 9.9%. :thumbsup:


[COLOR="Blue"]op is not asking about APR, she is wondering about the free £15, im guessing she will use it then not use the card again otherwise she would of asked about the card not about the free £15[/COLOR]
#9
I applied on the 15th after seeing it in moneysavingexpert.com newsletter. I haven't heard anything from them yet but it did say it would take a couple of weeks to get a response.
#10
YEP...... £15. Applied last week, got text and email saying its been authorized. So £15 in the bag for me!!!.....
banned#11
just do what I did. get the card, get the £15, use the card and then cancel it :)

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