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£20 money off vouchers @ whsmiths

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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago / expired 31 Dec 0831 December 2008
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We are continuously looking for ways to improve and enhance our offer. Therefore we are pleased to announce that we are changing our Clubcard scheme to the new WHSmith Privilege Club. This is an existing new membership scheme for WHSmith customers offering significantly better value, with customers getting '£s off' vouchers rather than points with immediate savings which are easier to use - and no need to carry a card!
To redeem your vouchers, simply click on the image below, print off and enjoy!
 
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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago / expired 31 Dec 0831 December 2008
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#1
its clearly stated about minimum spend...
#2
To save people the trouble there are 4 vouchers, here's what you get:
£5 off a £12 spend on stationery & cards
£5 off a childrens book > £10
£5 off a £20 spend (excluding mobiles, eelectronics stuff, lottery etc.)
£5 off any book > £10
#3
The £5 off a book looks good - why is this cold?
1 Like #4
If you go to
[url]www.whsmith.co.uk/jump-pages/whsmithextra-privilege-club.aspx[/url]
then register your details you will get a monthly email with vouchers attached worth £10 (£20 for joining, vouchers listed in post 3) and details of instore offers, promotions etc.
Bearing in mind they have lots of kids books on BOGOF and buy one get one half price at the moment, the kids books one is great (it's not off A book as stated above it's off kids books) - you could get 4 books @ £5.99 get 2 of them free = £11.98 and then get £5 off!
They state on the voucher they can not be used with other vouchers but there's never usually a problem using them in conjunction with other promotions as long as the minimum spend is met after the discounts have come off.
#5
4leafclover
The £5 off a book looks good - why is this cold?

No idea - I found this on MSE and signed up straightaway! It's money off vouchers for nothing - hot from me!
#6
Me too :)
#7
Thanks for this, voted hot as good find :thumbsup:
#8
Cheers, voted hot :thumbsup:
#9
Sorry but I've voted this as cold. It doesn't represent good value at all compared to the old points scheme where you redeem them both online and instore.

It would be a rare occasion (Christmas is all I can think of) when I would need to spend £12 on cards in one go. With my current Clubcard I could easily have 200 points on it which would get me a single birthday card whenever I needed one.

Similarly, I spent £16.00 last weekend on puzzle books for my Mum and adding that on top of my current balance, I could have got myself a paperback novel for zilch next time I shop, now I will have to buy more than £10 worth of stuff to get a discount.

You'll notice in the small print that the vouchers have an expiry date, Clubcard points currently don't. These vouchers are given away every day by the staff in Smith's when you buy anything, even just a newspaper! They change the ones on offer on rotation. I've seen all these four regularly in stores this last year.

I'll bet you though that the one offering discount on cards won't be seen anytime from autumn onwards when they start stocking Christmas cards!!
#10
voted cold at the prices wh smith charge you could still find better prices elsewhere.
banned#11
fanastic tip.... thanks for this!
#12
Excellent! I have just used 2 of them in two different transactions (Got some DSA Driving books). £12.5 >> got it for £7.5 :))))

Many thanks
#13
flex
Sorry but I've voted this as cold. It doesn't represent good value at all compared to the old points scheme where you redeem them both online and instore.

It would be a rare occasion (Christmas is all I can think of) when I would need to spend £12 on cards in one go. With my current Clubcard I could easily have 200 points on it which would get me a single birthday card whenever I needed one.

Similarly, I spent £16.00 last weekend on puzzle books for my Mum and adding that on top of my current balance, I could have got myself a paperback novel for zilch next time I shop, now I will have to buy more than £10 worth of stuff to get a discount.

You'll notice in the small print that the vouchers have an expiry date, Clubcard points currently don't. These vouchers are given away every day by the staff in Smith's when you buy anything, even just a newspaper! They change the ones on offer on rotation. I've seen all these four regularly in stores this last year.

I'll bet you though that the one offering discount on cards won't be seen anytime from autumn onwards when they start stocking Christmas cards!!



Why vote this cold?? You clearly didn't look at the vouchers properly or you would of noticed that the expiry date is the 31st December!!!! Therefore valid for your xmas cards :)
In fairness though, books are still usually cheaper from internet sites than Whsmiths even with the discount :(
#14
Can these be used online or are they only if you buy from the high street
#15
Nice one.... These will come in handy. Thanks!

Its times like this that I'm glad I dont have to go through all that registration nonsense on another shopping website to get discount vouchers when someone like you does the good deed of sharing. We need more people like you! Thanks.
#16
Great post. thanks
#17
This could make you as famous as Santa for Xmas.

Fine Work !!!!
#18
flex;2609354
Sorry but I've voted this as cold. It doesn't represent good value at all compared to the old points scheme where you redeem them both online and instore.

It would be a rare occasion (Christmas is all I can think of) when I would need to spend £12 on cards in one go. With my current Clubcard I could easily have 200 points on it which would get me a single birthday card whenever I needed one.

Similarly, I spent £16.00 last weekend on puzzle books for my Mum and adding that on top of my current balance, I could have got myself a paperback novel for zilch next time I shop, now I will have to buy more than £10 worth of stuff to get a discount.

You'll notice in the small print that the vouchers have an expiry date, Clubcard points currently don't. These vouchers are given away every day by the staff in Smith's when you buy anything, even just a newspaper! They change the ones on offer on rotation. I've seen all these four regularly in stores this last year.

I'll bet you though that the one offering discount on cards won't be seen anytime from autumn onwards when they start stocking Christmas cards!!


It's pointless harking back ot old schemes...move on matey :x

In simple terms, to use these vouchers (and save a fiver on a book >£10 )involves pressing 'print' and taking the sheet to the store - worthy of heat in my opinion :-D
#19
great to get £5 off student books!! i'll be printing off about 4 so i can get all my education books with £5 off, this will then make each of my education books cheaper than the cheapest listed online! thanks!
#20
pete_l
To save people the trouble there are 4 vouchers, here's what you get:
£5 off a £12 spend on stationery & cards
£5 off a childrens book > £10
£5 off a £20 spend (excluding mobiles, eelectronics stuff, lottery etc.)
£5 off any book > £10


Lets be clear. The minimum £10 spend is after all discounts have been taken off. So you need to buy a book over £15 to receive the £5 discount. The same principle will apply to all the other vouchers. if you cant use it in conjunction with half price offers your paying full price and could probably find it cheaper online.

So in effective the vouchers are spend £15 and get £5 off. spend £25 get 5 off. spend £17 get £5 off.

I dont get why they dont just keep the vouchers simple. spend £30 and get £5 off the bill. They did this spend 20 get £5 off last year too. Not sure why its so special this year. I also dont like way that cd/dvd/games are excluded from all the promotions. Having looked in store today even with a £10 gift voucher i concluded most things were 10-25% cheaper online for DVDs. :(

Rant over :)
#21
gummby
Lets be clear. The minimum £10 spend is after all discounts have been taken off. So you need to buy a book over £15 to receive the £5 discount. The same principle will apply to all the other vouchers. if you cant use it in conjunction with half price offers your paying full price and could probably find it cheaper online.

So in effective the vouchers are spend £15 and get £5 off. spend £25 get 5 off. spend £17 get £5 off.

I dont get why they dont just keep the vouchers simple. spend £30 and get £5 off the bill. They did this spend 20 get £5 off last year too. Not sure why its so special this year. I also dont like way that cd/dvd/games are excluded from all the promotions. Having looked in store today even with a £10 gift voucher i concluded most things were 10-25% cheaper online for DVDs. :(

Rant over :)


hi, not sure where you got spend £15 and get £5 off, as it is buy a book £10 or more and get £5 off, therefore a £10 book in the sale or not will cost £5! bargain, like the guiness book of records that has been on here is rrp £20, they have a sticker saying £10 on it with the voucher i bought this for £5! though it has now gone up to £11 this book., if you buy a book for £17 it will cost you £12 etc. its great if these books cost more everywher els. the £5 off £12 i used the other day i bought 3birthday cards, a calculator in the sale, a folder in the sale, a folder wallet in the sale, this came to £12.20 therefore i spend £7.20, which is about the cost of the 3cards alone! the discount voucher can be used on sale items aslong as the total equals to £12 or more. i think you are getting confused. it is simply what it says, spend £12 on stationary and cards and get £5 off.
#22
gummby
Lets be clear. The minimum £10 spend is after all discounts have been taken off. So you need to buy a book over £15 to receive the £5 discount. The same principle will apply to all the other vouchers. if you cant use it in conjunction with half price offers your paying full price and could probably find it cheaper online.

So in effective the vouchers are spend £15 and get £5 off. spend £25 get 5 off. spend £17 get £5 off.

I dont get why they dont just keep the vouchers simple. spend £30 and get £5 off the bill. They did this spend 20 get £5 off last year too. Not sure why its so special this year. I also dont like way that cd/dvd/games are excluded from all the promotions. Having looked in store today even with a £10 gift voucher i concluded most things were 10-25% cheaper online for DVDs. :(

Rant over :)


Wrong! The £10 is the minimum price your purchase must be before deducting the £5 voucher, I have just bought Guiness Book of Records, total paid £5.00
#23
Perhaps they changed it from last year. I do think the way the voucher is worded is misleading in that case. Will have to try the voucher at some point as I have a £10 gift voucher to spend.
#24
W H Smith prices are higher than available elsewhere and then you HAVE to go store just to use the vouchers! Home delivery is FREE so why bother??? loads of restrictions anyway :x:x
#25
Baffling that some have hit out at this deal. Hot for me. Cheerio, I'm off to smiths with a couple of vouchers in tow.
#26
banditrad
Can these be used online or are they only if you buy from the high street


Instore only

amaz0n
W H Smith prices are higher than available elsewhere and then you HAVE to go store just to use the vouchers! Home delivery is FREE so why bother??? loads of restrictions anyway :x:x


Because like a lot of online retailers, WH Smith has halved the price of a number of hardbacks, like the Guinness book of records, Ripleys etc, whilst still leaving these just above the £10 threshold. So now they only cost £5-6 each, which you won't find cheaper anywhere else. The best thing is that these vouchers are not unique. I set up a fake email address and got exactly the same link and barcoded vouchers. Use as many times as you like until the expiry date.
#27
Does anyone know if the £5 of book voucher can be used to buy for example; two books for £5 each and still use the voucher? Thanks :)
#28
excellent, Just got guiness book of records with £5 off, Cheaper than anywhere else, Thanks.
#29
I think this is a great deal as there's other offers on too - good fing thanks!
#30
thanks!!! :D
#31
Fantastic, Ministry of Food for a fiver, will be in there on Monday - not braving town tomorrow!!
#32
Thanks to topshopper

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