20% Off Selected Amazon Basics Products (Possible To Increase To 35% w/ Student Discount)
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20% Off Selected Amazon Basics Products (Possible To Increase To 35% w/ Student Discount)

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Found 3rd JulEdited by:"DealsIUsed"
Amazon are currently doing a deal with 20% off selected Amazon Basics products.
Selected products also stack with Student Discount (15%) reducing certain products down further to a 35% reduction. =)

From 03 Jul. 2018 to 16 Jul. 2018

Have fun guys.

EDIT:
This offer is only available for prime members.
Community Updates
all student stuff here: amazon.co.uk/b/?…031

may also be able to compound with £10 free gift voucher with £100 spend
amazon.co.uk/b?i…031
amazon.co.uk/gp/…BBK
see dropdown promo message here: amazon.co.uk/dp/…M3S

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Azwipe3rd Jul

Amazon basics is overpriced cheap junk in the first place.


I disagree, always found them decent quality tbh.
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Amazon basics is overpriced cheap junk in the first place.
DealsIused, worth mentioning the 20% discount is only available to Prime members?
Azwipe3rd Jul

Amazon basics is overpriced cheap junk in the first place.


I disagree, always found them decent quality tbh.
You can't just add 20% and 15% to get to get 35%.......

One will be knocked off before the other, they don't take each from the full total price.


100 - 20% = 80
80 - 15% = 68
100 - 68 = 32

The most you're going to get is 32%, that's if they allow you to use both.
Azwipe3rd Jul

Amazon basics is overpriced cheap junk in the first place.


I disagree. I find there own stuff good value.
teh.arn6 m ago

You can't just add 20% and 15% to get to get 35%.......One will be knocked …You can't just add 20% and 15% to get to get 35%.......One will be knocked off before the other, they don't take each from the full total price.100 - 20% = 8080 - 15% = 68100 - 68 = 32The most you're going to get is 32%, that's if they allow you to use both.


I beg to differ?

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£4.55 is 35% of £12.99
*Off selected items. Bah!
Azwipe3rd Jul

Amazon basics is overpriced cheap junk in the first place.




Basically nonsense. You see what I did there?
Azwipe3rd Jul

Amazon basics is overpriced cheap junk in the first place.


Nonsense, every amazon basics item I have purchased has far exceeded my expectations.
Anything particularly good going that people have spotted? I had a quick browse and couldn't find any total bargains
Azwipe3rd Jul

Amazon basics is overpriced cheap junk in the first place.


I have purchased a few Amazon basics and found them to of good quality
Azwipe3rd Jul

Amazon basics is overpriced cheap junk in the first place.


Which products have you found to be of poor quality specifically or are you just spouting rubbish?
Murtin29 m ago

Which products have you found to be of poor quality specifically or are …Which products have you found to be of poor quality specifically or are you just spouting rubbish?


Amazon Basics HDMI cables are < £4 so must be cheap rubbish as you have to spend at least £10 to buy one at Currys 😁
What is the code? I can't see any reduction

Edit. It's all tat made by Amazon hence the name Amazon basics. I thought it was another app or something
Edited by: "Misslovely" 3rd Jul
Misslovely1 m ago

What is the code? I can't see any reduction


There is no code.
Once you reach the check out page, that's when you can see it.
Misslovely2 h, 6 m ago

What is the code? I can't see any reductionEdit. It's all tat made by …What is the code? I can't see any reductionEdit. It's all tat made by Amazon hence the name Amazon basics. I thought it was another app or something


As someone who has bought Amazon Basics stuff, I can vow on quality with their products.

Albeit it has only been batteries and iPhone chargers but from what I have seen on reviews, they do good quality stuff for their price?
Their basics dog waste bags are fantastic quality - they don't appear to be in this offer but they're often reduced during Prime Day, which stacks with the usual student discount
Amazon Basics Batteries are below average in my experience.
DealsIUsed3rd Jul

I beg to differ?[Image] £4.55 is 35% of £12.99



I can't find and towel set to stack both discounts. It's always 15% or 20% at the checkout.
dreri3 m ago

I can't find and towel set to stack both discounts. It's always 15% or 20% …I can't find and towel set to stack both discounts. It's always 15% or 20% at the checkout.


That's because the towels don't have the student discount applied to them.
So, you get the 20% off but not the additional 15%.
DealsIUsed11 m ago

That's because the towels don't have the student discount applied to …That's because the towels don't have the student discount applied to them.So, you get the 20% off but not the additional 15%.



probably because I was looking do get some amazon basic towels @ £12.99, I assumed your screenshot was showing the checkout for my towels LOL

Do you mind me asking what did you get as I can't find anything that has got both discounts.
dreri5 m ago

probably because I was looking do get some amazon basic towels @ £12.99, I …probably because I was looking do get some amazon basic towels @ £12.99, I assumed your screenshot was showing the checkout for my towels LOLDo you mind me asking what did you get as I can't find anything that has got both discounts.


I believe the only things which have both discounts on are the following;

HDMI cables
The Laptop Sleeves
Protective PC Case with Screen Protector for iPad Mini
And the phone armband

Not terribly helpful items I'm afraid but they're there.

The screenshot I gave was the HDMI cables.
GeeeBeee3rd Jul

DealsIused, worth mentioning the 20% discount is only available to Prime …DealsIused, worth mentioning the 20% discount is only available to Prime members?


You can get a free trial for prime membership, just remmeber to cancel it.
deshepherd3rd Jul

Amazon Basics HDMI cables are < £4 so must be cheap rubbish as you have to …Amazon Basics HDMI cables are < £4 so must be cheap rubbish as you have to spend at least £10 to buy one at Currys 😁


They arent. They are good quality. They sell more at a lower price so make the money that way like poundland etc
dreri4th Jul

probably because I was looking do get some amazon basic towels @ £12.99, I …probably because I was looking do get some amazon basic towels @ £12.99, I assumed your screenshot was showing the checkout for my towels LOLDo you mind me asking what did you get as I can't find anything that has got both discounts.


Microfibre are better than cotton but some people dont like the feel of them.

amazon.co.uk/Ama…h=1
Is it just AmazonBasics for the free £10 or anything sold by amazon

If you want to spend over £100 how about 30 x usb mice ,whaaaat

amazon.co.uk/dp/…h=1
Edited by: "JMac_D" 10th Jul
njdavis1033rd Jul

Amazon Basics Batteries are below average in my experience.


The kodak ones from £1 land is brilliant
JMac_D14 m ago

The kodak ones from £1 land is brilliant



JMac_D14 m ago

The kodak ones from £1 land is brilliant


True but rechargable batteries are not only cheaper in the long run but better for the environment as a lot of people (my parents included...) casually throw them in the normal bin instead of recycling them...

I made a thread some months back with Amazon doing their own stuff for less than £1 per battery and these last years with little reduction in battery life.
Edited by: "DealsIUsed" 10th Jul
JMac_D43 m ago

Is it just AmazonBasics for the free £10 or anything sold by amazonIf you …Is it just AmazonBasics for the free £10 or anything sold by amazonIf you want to spend over £100 how about 30 x usb mice ,whaaaathttps://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01ND1K9TT/ref=psdc_430567031_t2_B005EJH6Z4?th=1


I think it is valid for anything as long as it is sold and dispatched by Amazon.

Although, may I ask. Why do you need 30 mice?!

Are you buying them as a company or something or are you thinking long, looooooong term...?
DealsIUsed34 m ago

True but rechargable batteries are not only cheaper in the long run but …True but rechargable batteries are not only cheaper in the long run but better for the environment as a lot of people (my parents included...) casually throw them in the normal bin instead of recycling them...I made a thread some months back with Amazon doing their own stuff for less than £1 per battery and these last years with little reduction in battery life.


Yes of course the rechargeable ones are best. You can buy a charger that charges normal batteries.
As to them going in the bin. There should be more collections points and the councils should tell people about batteries and landfill.

In Aberdeen we have had no leaflet etc about batteries or tech and where to dispose of it. It would only be 1 letter or panflit they had to send out.
DealsIUsed8 m ago

I think it is valid for anything as long as it is sold and dispatched by …I think it is valid for anything as long as it is sold and dispatched by Amazon.Although, may I ask. Why do you need 30 mice?!Are you buying them as a company or something or are you thinking long, looooooong term...?


No i wasnt planning on buying them. Surprised they was selling the 30 pack. That's why the whaaaat
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