£15 John Lewis voucher for £1 with Which? trial membership
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£15 John Lewis voucher for £1 with Which? trial membership

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Found 21st Jan 2012
(SEE FIRST POST FOR CORRECT LINK)

Sign up to Which? today and you will receive £15 worth of John Lewis vouchers

1) Sign up (I recommend using Direct Debit as it's easiest to cancel)
2) Wait for them to charge £1
3) Cancel Direct Debit
4) Receive your 1 issue of Which? magazine with £15 voucher inside

I've given it a quick check over and can't find any catches.
£9.75 a month if you choose not to cancel

johnlewis.com/Mag…827

which.co.uk/sig…GGJ

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Original Poster Banned
This is a good deal but you need to be wary of Which as they try to keep you subscribed to them. I have had problems with them in the past with a similar deal and it was really hard to cancel.
This link looks like this voucher is only for tumble dryers.

http://www.johnlewis.com/Magazine/Feature.aspx?Id=827&intcmp=WHICH_voucher_266tumbledryer

Hope not.
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klopikxda

This link looks like this voucher is only for tumble … This link looks like this voucher is only for tumble dryers.http://www.johnlewis.com/Magazine/Feature.aspx?Id=827&intcmp=WHICH_voucher_266tumbledryerHope not.


johnlewis.com/Mag…827 works just the same
Thanks.
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Cancelling your subscriptionYou can cancel at any time during your trial … Cancelling your subscriptionYou can cancel at any time during your trial by emailing editor@which.co.uk or calling us on 01992 822 800 (Mon-Fri 8.30am-6pm, Sat 9am-1pm), before your first monthly payment is due. Please be aware that because your membership can be used immediately, you do not have the statutory cooling off period during which you may cancel your membership without charge.When you contact us please quote your name, address and membership number. Should you respond by email, please title your email 'cancel'.If you cancel, your account will expire the day before your next payment would have been due. You can keep everything you have already received and you won't owe us a penny. There is no obligation and no fixed term contract.

seems good to me, i will cancel. im good at cancelling these sort of things and stopping the retentions people in their tracks
Am I wrong in thinking that you could pay by direct debit and then just cancel the DD?
Thanks OP.
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tomharris26

Am I wrong in thinking that you could pay by direct debit and then just … Am I wrong in thinking that you could pay by direct debit and then just cancel the DD?


Nope, that's what I'm doing, just keep checking everyday for any £1 charges and cancel as soon as you see it
Thanks OP,
good find thanks
zckym

Nope, that's what I'm doing, just keep checking everyday for any £1 … Nope, that's what I'm doing, just keep checking everyday for any £1 charges and cancel as soon as you see it



but if you dont cancel over the phone or email them then you ill be pestered for mis payments. Also i would suggest emailing and calling if previous experiences are to go by. If you cancel after the payment has gone through do you really think you will receive the membership pack and £15 voucher??
Thanks just signed up
Thanks OP, just signed up
Can U use them in waitrose too,as their part of the John lewis group ?
redbiro

Can U use them in waitrose too,as their part of the John lewis group ?



As far as I can tell, they are just normal John Lewis gift vouchers, which would mean that they can be used in John Lewis shops, JL.com or Waitrose.
great deal. cheers
cheers
Excellent! Just signed up too. Will check online bank for £1-gate!

Thanks OP!
Great find op.
cheers op worth a shot my vouchers better be inside my trial issue
http://www.topcashback.co.uk/which/

worth a try for £5.50
Any reason to choose Direct Debit over paying with Credi/debit ? apart from it being easier to cancel.
Corruptions

Any reason to choose Direct Debit over paying with Credi/debit ? apart … Any reason to choose Direct Debit over paying with Credi/debit ? apart from it being easier to cancel.




That's the sole reason!
Better to be in control than give them access to take money from your credit card when they so choose.
Heat added.

Have gone through Quidco too. Be nice if the £5 pays too
Great, just signed up, thank you!
Very nice thanks. Just subscribed for the trial. But where does it mention about the £15 voucher?

Must you of ordered through the link to get the voucher in the magazine?
Edited by: "krazykizza" 21st Jan 2012
Thanks OP, I've signed up via Direct Debit!
thanks for posting.
Thanks OP, signed up thru DD.. Cancelling as soon as the vouchers come through!
krazykizza

Very nice thanks. Just subscribed for the trial. But where does it … Very nice thanks. Just subscribed for the trial. But where does it mention about the £15 voucher?Must you of ordered through the link to get the voucher in the magazine?



You probably do need to order through the JL link to get the vouchers. My confirmation email said: "Your first magazine from Which? is on it's way - packed full of our Best Buy recommendations as well as the £15 John Lewis voucher."
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How can I cancel the direct debit? Over phone with my bank? Barclays... Or there's a easier way online? And when should I do it? After I see the 1£ withdraw online from my account or after receiving the magazine? Thanks
Thanks and done.
Skibster

You probably do need to order through the JL link to get the vouchers. My … You probably do need to order through the JL link to get the vouchers. My confirmation email said: "Your first magazine from Which? is on it's way - packed full of our Best Buy recommendations as well as the £15 John Lewis voucher."


I see, shall re order then. Thanks.
Where does it mention the vouchers?
excellent find..thanks!
Done. Cheers OP.
scottyjim

Where does it mention the vouchers?


Click the link on the first post, I made the fatal error of trying to go direct. Cost me a possible extra £1 but its still £13 profit
just did it
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