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10% off TUI or First choice e-gift cards, £50,£100 or £200
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10% off TUI or First choice e-gift cards, £50,£100 or £200

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Posted 4th Dec 2018

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TUI is giving 10% off any £50,£100 or £200 gift cards. No limits to how many you can buy and can apply multiple to existing bookings. I’ve just bought £4050 in gift cards to pay off our £4500 holiday. All worked great in multiple gift cards. Gift cards have an expiration date of December 2020
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The card can be used as full or part payment for travel products at participating TUI travel shops/superstores.Excludes all travel money related products - currency, traveller’s cheques and prepaid cards.Cannot be exchanged for cash or to purchase another gift card.The expiry date is printed on the reverse of your gift card. Your gift card expiry date will be at least 1 year from the date of purchase. For eGift cards the expiry will be printed on your eGift card and is 2 years from the date of purchase.The maximum account balance allowed at any one time is £5000 for gift cards and £3000 for e-gifts.The card must be treated as cash, the balance cannot be refunded if lost, stolen or destroyed.Balances can be obtained by phone, in-store or online by clicking the link in the website footer.Cards cannot be exchanged for cash, travellers’ cheques or foreign currency.The card is not applicable online for TUI Ski, TUI Lakes, TUI Worldwide or First Choice Ski.TUI gift cards are not covered by ABTA’s scheme of financial protection.TUI eGift cards cannot be reloaded.Christmas offer terms and conditionsThe discounted egift cards apply for online sales only and the discount will be automatically applied.The 10% discount on egift cards is only applicable on £50, £100 and £200 denominations. This offer is valid from 30th November 2018 until 21st December 2018 but can be withdrawn at any time.
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As of close of business today TUIs market capitalisation is £6.8 billion. Some may be mixing it up with Thomas Cook whose market capitalisation is £363 and whose share price has dropped from £1.20 to 22.7p this year. I think the chances of TUI going under are remote.
Does anyone know how long this offer is on?
gemmalouise504/12/2018 22:50

Great ! Especially if you have something already booked which needs paying …Great ! Especially if you have something already booked which needs paying off


Exactly. My holiday was due for payment soon. I saved £450 for 20 min work.
symonpurnell04/12/2018 22:55

I’ve put on credit card then applied the evouchers to booking to pay e …I’ve put on credit card then applied the evouchers to booking to pay everything off. If buying £100 or £200 on credit card then your protected under section 75 credit protection


Beautiful! That's a beer I owe you! Thanks very much! Merry Christmas!
Just come out the shop.
It all depends on the amount of deposit you paid as to whether they can be used.

When you pay your deposit online apparently the amount you pay is not the full deposit. The full deposit is made up from subsequent payments before the final payment is due.
My £2280 holiday had an initial deposit of £250 which I paid online but a full deposit of £1000. My next payment isn’t due until January but I am not permitted to make extra payments of under £750 until this £750 is paid in one transaction.
Once I have paid this £750 in one go in full I can make as many smaller payments as I like until the next payment is due as per original payment schedule.

So I can pay £750 and then use £1250 of my £2000 acquired e gift cards but this would leave me with £750 of gift cards I don’t need and may not use before the expiry date.

The staff have been helpful and are trying ways to get round it but the team they need to speak to to sort it out are “closed for a team meeting”.

Hopefully this makes sense and I will update further if there are any developments.

People have been able to use them online as they have already made payments equal or more than this “full deposit” but this figure could vary depending on the total holiday price or the type of holiday etc.
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Great ! Especially if you have something already booked which needs paying off
Great find, thanks
gemmalouise504/12/2018 22:50

Great ! Especially if you have something already booked which needs paying …Great ! Especially if you have something already booked which needs paying off


Exactly. My holiday was due for payment soon. I saved £450 for 20 min work.
symonpurnell04/12/2018 22:51

Exactly. My holiday was due for payment soon. I saved £450 for 20 min work.


£4500, where are you going?
ellie2704/12/2018 22:52

£4500, where are you going?


Sensatori in turkey. It’s our family moon with 3 kids.
Great spot. Our £4000 balance is due in Jan. Do you have to switch it or can you credit card it?
May be worth adding that it only works for multiples of 200
sharkmark04/12/2018 22:53

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I am thinking same. I definitely wouldn't book with them if travelling next year.
ShopCom12304/12/2018 22:53

Great spot. Our £4000 balance is due in Jan. Do you have to switch it or …Great spot. Our £4000 balance is due in Jan. Do you have to switch it or can you credit card it?


I’ve put on credit card then applied the evouchers to booking to pay everything off. If buying £100 or £200 on credit card then your protected under section 75 credit protection
twolittleangels04/12/2018 22:54

May be worth adding that it only works for multiples of 200


Multiples of 50,100 or 200
symonpurnell04/12/2018 22:55

I’ve put on credit card then applied the evouchers to booking to pay e …I’ve put on credit card then applied the evouchers to booking to pay everything off. If buying £100 or £200 on credit card then your protected under section 75 credit protection


Beautiful! That's a beer I owe you! Thanks very much! Merry Christmas!
ShopCom1231 m ago

Beautiful! That's a beer I owe you! Thanks very much! Merry Christmas!


Cheers merry Christmas to you too
symonpurnell04/12/2018 22:56

Multiples of 50,100 or 200


Weird couldn't get the 50 or 100 to work....Will try again
twolittleangels4th Dec 2018

Weird couldn't get the 50 or 100 to work....Will try again


Make sure you select e-gift card
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symonpurnell8 m ago

I’ve put on credit card then applied the evouchers to booking to pay e …I’ve put on credit card then applied the evouchers to booking to pay everything off. If buying £100 or £200 on credit card then your protected under section 75 credit protection


What does the moneysavingexpert website say about this?

Bought a gift card or voucher worth £100 or more on a credit card? Try Section 75. If you paid for even a small part of the gift card on a credit card – and it was worth more than £100 in total – then Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act 1974 may cover you. It states that your card company must refund all purchases worth between £100 and £30,000 in total if you don't get the service or the item you paid for.

However, this isn't guaranteed to work as there's no set rule on whether the law covers gift cards. Also, Section 75 only applies to single items worth over £100, so you aren't covered if you bought multiple gift cards for smaller amounts, regardless of the total cost. See ourSection 75 guide for more info (and be aware you may need the gift giver to claim for you as they're the one who paid)

moneysavingexpert.com/sho…ds/
Edited by: "Helpful567" 4th Dec 2018
As of close of business today TUIs market capitalisation is £6.8 billion. Some may be mixing it up with Thomas Cook whose market capitalisation is £363 and whose share price has dropped from £1.20 to 22.7p this year. I think the chances of TUI going under are remote.
Does anyone know how long this offer is on?
martin13721 m ago

As of close of business today TUIs market capitalisation is £6.8 billion. …As of close of business today TUIs market capitalisation is £6.8 billion. Some may be mixing it up with Thomas Cook whose market capitalisation is £363 and whose share price has dropped from £1.20 to 22.7p this year. I think the chances of TUI going under are remote. Does anyone know how long this offer is on?


Until 21st December and e-gift cards expire December 2020
Thanks a million OP, just got my June trip to Turkey a chunk cheaper - didn’t save quite as much as yourself as it’s only the Mrs and I, but a very nice treat all the same
Thanks, saved me £40 of nx years holiday, few extra beers coming my way

Do they actually send a card or just email the code?
Edited by: "col11" 4th Dec 2018
symonpurnell04/12/2018 22:51

Exactly. My holiday was due for payment soon. I saved £450 for 20 min work.


great deal. When it says max balance £3000 does that mean you cant buy a gift voucher worth more than that or you cant pay off more than £3000?
Have you now paid off your holiday? Can you confirm all worked ok? Thanks
Nooooooo! I've just paid £3k
Bet u can use this with cash back sites too. Gutted I've paid mine already:(
Any idea if you can use these vouchers for a Tui flight? Does it need to be a package holiday?
Ive just been on the website and completed information has if i was going to book a holiday,when it comes to the point of paying theres no option to pay with e vouchers ? do you have to pay a deposit then go back in and it lets you pay the rest with e vouchers ?
next question if you buy 10x £200 (£1800) on the same screen in one transaction do you get one e voucher worth £2000 or 10 e vouchers of £200 ???
I just book with better value companies in the first place. Discount on an overpriced trip isn't much of anything in the end.
Thanks op just saved £280 on next years cruise.
vaiopup45 m ago

I just book with better value companies in the first place. Discount on an …I just book with better value companies in the first place. Discount on an overpriced trip isn't much of anything in the end.


Who you book with mate
teapot19712 h, 54 m ago

next question if you buy 10x £200 (£1800) on the same screen in one t …next question if you buy 10x £200 (£1800) on the same screen in one transaction do you get one e voucher worth £2000 or 10 e vouchers of £200 ???


No, they all go through as one sale but all listed individually in your basket
teapot19715 h, 43 m ago

next question if you buy 10x £200 (£1800) on the same screen in one t …next question if you buy 10x £200 (£1800) on the same screen in one transaction do you get one e voucher worth £2000 or 10 e vouchers of £200 ???


Yep 10 200 vouchers. But to save £200 it’s worth the hassle.
Lizzie186 h, 29 m ago

great deal. When it says max balance £3000 does that mean you cant buy a …great deal. When it says max balance £3000 does that mean you cant buy a gift voucher worth more than that or you cant pay off more than £3000? Have you now paid off your holiday? Can you confirm all worked ok? Thanks


Max is £3000 but that’s as one voucher. Your buying max £200 in one voucher. I can confirm everything worked. I used over £4000
Does anyone know if these will work with First Choice with them being part of the same company?
shulatt4 h, 13 m ago

Does anyone know if these will work with First Choice with them being part …Does anyone know if these will work with First Choice with them being part of the same company?


I was just about to ask the same thing. Does anyone know?
I booked my holiday with Tui but my email confirmation says first choice. Can anyone confirm these will work for me? Thanks
I just checked and first choice website has the same offer
Can I ask if you purchase 5 vouchers x 100 will you just get 1 evoucher for £500 or will you get 5 evouchers, because it’s says in terms and condition you have to have enough on voucher to cover your holiday so it seems like you can not part pay with voucher, Also if I get 5 vouchers will it let me upload more than one. Nervous about buying then not able to use
What a great post by OP

Wish this was about in 2012 when we spent £3k on our honeymoon.

TUI is pretty solid at moment. It's Thomas Cook you need to be weary off.

OP. Have a great time in holiday mate!
shulatt5 h, 37 m ago

Does anyone know if these will work with First Choice with them being part …Does anyone know if these will work with First Choice with them being part of the same company?


Yes it does. It states it can be used for both.
mandi2205/12/2018 07:32

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Yes correct. Use online only to buy new holiday or pay off existing booking
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