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£10 off your meal at Jamie's (Jamie's gold club members) £30 minimum spend
£10 off your meal at Jamie's (Jamie's gold club members) £30 minimum spend

£10 off your meal at Jamie's (Jamie's gold club members) £30 minimum spend

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I swear blind this section was not in when I posted deal, but I did post the second the email hit my inbox. Fair dos, to those who pointed it out, and I wouldn't have it-it is a minimum £30 spend, but hey, that's a 1/3 discount

T&cs that I can see now

JUNE £10 OFF

Customer must present the unique code to their server in order to claim £10 off. One £10 off can be used per table with a minimum spend of £30 on food and drink only. Offer available from 1–30 June 2017. Offer valid in Jamie’s Italian UK restaurants only. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer including Gold Club rewards. No cash alternative available.

*hoping some people somewhere got totally free meals, and the ts and cs have been since amended, hehe
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this should be in voucher section

Original Poster

This IS NOT related to the £10 off a £30 spend from signing up. The title has been altered! I have already used that original one-off, £10 off. This is an entirely different offer. Also, this is a deal/ discount, open to members of Jamie's gold club, and NOT a voucher.

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Deedie

this should be in voucher section



It is not a voucher. It's a deal.

'Sounds an amazing deal! Some main course are £10!'

I wonder if they'll give you the change?
A cheap pasta offer and a jug of tap water. lol

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backinstock

'Sounds an amazing deal! Some main course are £10!'I wonder if they'll … 'Sounds an amazing deal! Some main course are £10!'I wonder if they'll give you the change? cheeky A cheap pasta offer and a jug of tap water. lol



Perfectly possible- but, would you really? They've messed up by not doing a minimum spend, but they might close the loophole if too many peeps take advantage. I'm cheeky, but not sure I could go that far, lol

juggler18 m ago

I'm cheeky, but not sure I could go that far, lol



Shame, I was relying on you to be the guinea pig.

This is not a one off either, you can use it every time you eat there during June.

It's a minimum £30 spend

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bentaylor406

It's a minimum £30 spend



That refers to the one-off £10 off when you sign up. Not this offer, I'm sure

I went to Jamie's American diner in London and paid £18 for what they called on the menu the insanity burger!!! As I was starving I ordered this and found out I had to order fries as an extra so I did and I'm there waiting for a big insanity burger to come over to my table...what a disappointment I would have been better going to mac ds the only insanity in it was that you would have to be insane to pay £18 for a burger that was tiny to say the least!!!! Never going there again....

Read the terms and conditions and all becomes clear. It is a minimum £30 spend on this offer.

Hope theres no sugar in his food

poor food and service last time I was there. He's taken his eyes off the ball

Shut our local one in Exeter, people apparently just not going there.

His branded sandwiches and snacks always ended up in the reduced section in my local Boots, and they still couldn't sell it at 50p. I don't think they even bother stocking his branded stuff now.

psychdee

poor food and service last time I was there. He's taken his eyes off the … poor food and service last time I was there. He's taken his eyes off the ball



Yes, I agree. The Gunwharf Quays site in Portsmouth was abysmal when I was last there. They blamed it on a trainee waitress but, she didn't cook the meal, did she? Anyway, I complained and got our two meals free.

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biggeoffc6

Read the terms and conditions and all becomes clear. It is a minimum £30 … Read the terms and conditions and all becomes clear. It is a minimum £30 spend on this offer.



That refers to the £10 off when you join Jamie's gold club, which is a one-off deal. That is a different offer, and those terms relate to joining Gold club. Note it says THE £10 off to be used in the first 28
Days of registering. This is a recurring offer, specifically for the whole of the month of June

Slightly off topic but I downloaded the gold club app the other week and made use of the 10 pound sign-up bonus. Worst decision.. By using the voucher I ended up paying 8 pounds more as the voucher invalidated the set menu offer I ordered.. No tip left of course, any decent waiter would be kind enough to advise it cannot be combined and you end up paying more than without the voucher!!

nerock

Slightly off topic but I downloaded the gold club app the other week and … Slightly off topic but I downloaded the gold club app the other week and made use of the 10 pound sign-up bonus. Worst decision.. By using the voucher I ended up paying 8 pounds more as the voucher invalidated the set menu offer I ordered.. No tip left of course, any decent waiter would be kind enough to advise it cannot be combined and you end up paying more than without the voucher!!



As you say 'any decent waiter'. Not many of them around now especially I find in these trendy places pushing over priced food and drinks. They are chains running with over worked staff using 'deal vouchers' to lure us in. I would imagine Jamie et al would never visit their branded sites and definitely never eat in them

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nerock

Slightly off topic but I downloaded the gold club app the other week and … Slightly off topic but I downloaded the gold club app the other week and made use of the 10 pound sign-up bonus. Worst decision.. By using the voucher I ended up paying 8 pounds more as the voucher invalidated the set menu offer I ordered.. No tip left of course, any decent waiter would be kind enough to advise it cannot be combined and you end up paying more than without the voucher!!



That's strange... I've only been the once to Jamie's. That was in newcastle. 3 of us had the £5 pasta each. The waitress offered us the £10 off, telling me that as our bill was £20 ( with drinks), we may as well spend the other tenner, getting desserts, as they'd effectively be free. The £5 pasta was an offer though, wasn't it? So, not sure of how that works? Do you think they were being awkward with you? Or could it be that what you ordered is one of those where a reduction comes off on the receipt? As the £5 pasta, was always the £5 pasta? Lol, I'm just ruminating

juggler1

That refers to the one-off £10 off when you sign up. Not this offer, I'm … That refers to the one-off £10 off when you sign up. Not this offer, I'm sure



Nope. I went Saturday it's defo minimum £30

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bentaylor406

Nope. I went Saturday it's defo minimum £30



I can't find it anywhere in the ts and cs. Did you use a code?

I'd pay £10 not to go

spatter

I'd pay £10 not to go


shall I send my paypal?

it definitely says minimum spend of £30 on mine.

Original Poster

vljones81

it definitely says minimum spend of £30 on mine.



Mea culpa, it's now showing in the ts and cs
Edited by: "juggler1" 6th Jun

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bentaylor406

Nope. I went Saturday it's defo minimum £30


You're right, it's showing now

It was there all the time, I saw it yesterday when I first looked at this thread and then went to his site and drilled down to the t&cs

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biggeoffc6

It was there all the time, I saw it yesterday when I first looked at this … It was there all the time, I saw it yesterday when I first looked at this thread and then went to his site and drilled down to the t&cs



I've apologised and corrected the thread. It wasn't there when I posted. I checked and re checked.

AshleyJones94

shall I send my paypal?



Go with any pal you want!
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