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£5 back at PayPal £10 spend honey add on extension
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£5 back at PayPal £10 spend honey add on extension

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Posted 14th Jun

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3485228.jpg“Eligible Purchase(s)”: Purchases of £10 or more made in GBP using a Valid Account and using PayPal at checkout. Eligible Purchases do not include: 1) send/receive money transactions (including those marked as a “Goods and Services” payments), 2) charitable donations, 3) purchases made using PayPal.me; 4) PayPal Business Debit Mastercard purchases made using the card directly and not through your Valid Account, 5) PayPal transaction fees, and 6) purchases made at Honey affiliate merchants that do not provide a PayPal checkout process.
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Having to download something onto computer browser is a bit 2010?
What's 'Honey' guys?
This is the way I think is best, to ensure you get the offer.

1. Log into PayPal
2. Click Here: paypal.com/uk/…ded
3. Click 'Add Honey, It's Free' - to install to Browser. You may need to then Authorise approval of the extension to your browser.
4. Use your PayPal credentials to create a Honey account - Best done via finding the Honey Logo top right of your browser (now that it is installed!).
5. Use the same Browser to purchase something greater than £10.00, via PayPal
6. Within 72 hours, you will receive a £5 Bonus applied to your PayPal Account - to be redeemed by the end of July.
7. Uninstall Honey App (Optional).
Edited by: "Firefly1" 15th Jun
bozo00714/06/2020 10:46

So is this PayPal competing with the likes of TCB and Quidco?


Yep at a cost of 4 billion dollars
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So is this PayPal competing with the likes of TCB and Quidco?
bozo00714/06/2020 10:46

So is this PayPal competing with the likes of TCB and Quidco?


Yep at a cost of 4 billion dollars
Link to the deal?
the.porter14/06/2020 10:52

https://www.paypal.com/uk/webapps/mpp/rewarded


Might be handy to put that into the OP?

I seem to just go round in circles, logging into my PayPal account... I might do the charity offer instead, that seems nice.
What's 'Honey' guys?
DazLFC14/06/2020 11:16

What's 'Honey' guys?


A shopping browser or some sort, saw MrBeast advertising it, looks quite handy.
zcaprd714/06/2020 10:57

Might be handy to put that into the OP?I seem to just go round in circles, …Might be handy to put that into the OP?I seem to just go round in circles, logging into my PayPal account... I might do the charity offer instead, that seems nice.


Same for me. Nae bother
Can someone explain how this works? I am a little confused
Can someone please clarify
Join Honey
Login to Honey with PayPal account
Make an eligible purchase of over £10
Receive a £5 credit voucher in PayPal or do you get a £5 off the purchase?
I did the Honey thing (signed up and got the extension) about two weeks ago, am I eligible ?
thecrater14/06/2020 11:47

Can someone please clarifyJoin HoneyLogin to Honey with PayPal accountMake …Can someone please clarifyJoin HoneyLogin to Honey with PayPal accountMake an eligible purchase of over £10Receive a £5 credit voucher in PayPal or do you get a £5 off the purchase?


I think it will be a reward credit of £5 to your PayPal account at a later date.
As I've just done this process and the £5 wasn't taken off the purchase amount.
So will need to wait and see if anything appears in the PayPal rewards section after.
mafaanyao14/06/2020 11:49

I think it will be a reward credit of £5 to your PayPal account at a later …I think it will be a reward credit of £5 to your PayPal account at a later date. As I've just done this process and the £5 wasn't taken off the purchase amount.So will need to wait and see if anything appears in the PayPal rewards section after.


I would imagine this also given that there is a deadline for redemption of the bonus being used
Having to download something onto computer browser is a bit 2010?
thecrater14/06/2020 11:47

Can someone please clarifyJoin HoneyLogin to Honey with PayPal accountMake …Can someone please clarifyJoin HoneyLogin to Honey with PayPal accountMake an eligible purchase of over £10Receive a £5 credit voucher in PayPal or do you get a £5 off the purchase?


You forgot the add extension to browser, this makes it a cold deal for me, it's not happening.
Edited by: "kudos1uk" 15th Jun
kudos1uk14/06/2020 12:03

You forgot the add exstension to browser, this makes it a cold deal for …You forgot the add exstension to browser, this makes it a cold deal for me, it's not happening.


This is what temporary browser profiles are for. New profile, install, delete new profile.
I have used Honey for a while now and it keeps automatically finding and adding discount codes that have saved me a lot of money.

If I add a unique code it asks if I want to share with the community.
This is the way I think is best, to ensure you get the offer.

1. Log into PayPal
2. Click Here: paypal.com/uk/…ded
3. Click 'Add Honey, It's Free' - to install to Browser. You may need to then Authorise approval of the extension to your browser.
4. Use your PayPal credentials to create a Honey account - Best done via finding the Honey Logo top right of your browser (now that it is installed!).
5. Use the same Browser to purchase something greater than £10.00, via PayPal
6. Within 72 hours, you will receive a £5 Bonus applied to your PayPal Account - to be redeemed by the end of July.
7. Uninstall Honey App (Optional).
Edited by: "Firefly1" 15th Jun
So for a purchase to be qualifying, do you have to order from a site that has voucher code from Honey or simply visit that site through Honey, say Scan? Looking for a new motherboard so fiver off would be nice but Honey don't have any codes for them.
This all seems very vague, meanwhile people are installing an extension to their browser that's doing its thing while people realise that they've done this wrong and aren't getting any credit...
I've followed my steps posted above and now checked out. Will keep you all updated when/if the £5 hits the account.
Ashe14/06/2020 12:05

This is what temporary browser profiles are for. New profile, install, …This is what temporary browser profiles are for. New profile, install, delete new profile.


Nope, not happening.
DazLFC14/06/2020 11:16

What's 'Honey' guys?



A pointless extension that is meant to help you save money yet has saved me like £1 in the 2/3 years I have been using it...

It's probably better in the US but here in the UK it rarely finds any codes that are usable. Also I have got like 400 points back from it even though I spend quite a bit online.

I wouldn't waste my time with it if I'm honest.
bazza160314/06/2020 12:12

I have used Honey for a while now and it keeps automatically finding and …I have used Honey for a while now and it keeps automatically finding and adding discount codes that have saved me a lot of money. If I add a unique code it asks if I want to share with the community.


Does using this affect your ability to get cashback on TCB or Quidco?
DazLFC14/06/2020 12:58

Does using this affect your ability to get cashback on TCB or Quidco?


Yes and no, but probably more yes than no. Most retailers have a stipulation when using purchasing through a link on a cashback site that you can't use discount codes not listed on the cashback site in question.

Honey is just a way of automating discount codes so usually you will technically invalidate any payable cashback.

That said, I've got away with getting discounts and cashback a few times before so always worth a try unless the cashback would be more than the discount.
I’ve had honey for a while now and it’s more of a US thing where codes are more frequently available in my opinion. It does work on occasions so when I’m shopping it pops up asking to try the codes. Most of the time it doesn’t work but sometimes it does. Worth having for a fiver.
kudos1uk14/06/2020 12:52

Nope, not happening.


Fair enough, it's entirely a personal decision. I just can't see how installing and immediately uninstalling an extension on a temporary clean profile with no information would be more intrusive than giving them an email address.
Available to first 100,000 customers, how do I know if I am the first 100,000 customers?
Ashe14/06/2020 12:05

This is what temporary browser profiles are for. New profile, install, …This is what temporary browser profiles are for. New profile, install, delete new profile.


Or just use different browser for this
DazLFC14/06/2020 12:58

Does using this affect your ability to get cashback on TCB or Quidco?


It can as Honey finds a voucher for purchase and usually quidco and TCB in their T&C have info that you may not get cashback if you use a voucher
bozo00714/06/2020 10:46

So is this PayPal competing with the likes of TCB and Quidco?

I think they work different ways TCB and Quidco are cashback and this finds you voucher for the purchase.
Thanks
So are you going to have to actually get a discount code applied through honey for this to work or do you just need to have honey installed at the time of making a purchase? ASOS have no discounts right now so will it still work?
seumas_beathan14/06/2020 13:47

So are you going to have to actually get a discount code applied through …So are you going to have to actually get a discount code applied through honey for this to work or do you just need to have honey installed at the time of making a purchase? ASOS have no discounts right now so will it still work?


I think what it does when you are at the checkout it suggest you voucher codes that you can apply but they not always work.
Wieczor14/06/2020 13:52

I think what it does when you are at the checkout it suggest you voucher …I think what it does when you are at the checkout it suggest you voucher codes that you can apply but they not always work.


Oh nah I get that, I’ve used honey before, what I was meaning is that if it can’t find any discount with that particular purchase will you still get your £5 credit
seumas_beathan14/06/2020 13:57

Oh nah I get that, I’ve used honey before, what I was meaning is that if i …Oh nah I get that, I’ve used honey before, what I was meaning is that if it can’t find any discount with that particular purchase will you still get your £5 credit


Ahh got you now

From offer T&C,
6)purchases made at Honey affiliate merchants that do not provide a PayPal checkout process

not sure if ASOS is Honey affiliate
Wieczor14/06/2020 14:03

Ahh got you now From offer T&C, 6)purchases made at Honey affiliate …Ahh got you now From offer T&C, 6)purchases made at Honey affiliate merchants that do not provide a PayPal checkout processnot sure if ASOS is Honey affiliate


As long as they provide a PayPal checkout service, it's irrelevant. That's the exclusion criteria.

Therefore the inclusion criteria is:
-Purchases made at all non-Honey affilitated merchants are allowed
-Purchases made at all Honey afillitated merchants that have PayPal are allowed

So if ASOS has PayPal, it's allowed.

The more complicated factor is that this deal refers to new Honey customers. Seumas has already stated he has used Honey before.....
Edited by: "Firefly1" 14th Jun
this is a great extension, paypal offer or not. don't see why anyone would want to uninstall it afterwards. its not like a dodgy annoying toolbar, it's very well designed, minimal and unintrusive.

i estimate it's saved me £50+ in around a year of using it. plus I am 70% of the way towards a £10 voucher from 'honey gold'.
Edited by: "jiveturkey1234" 14th Jun
jiveturkey123414/06/2020 15:23

this is a great extension, paypal offer or not. don't see why anyone would …this is a great extension, paypal offer or not. don't see why anyone would want to uninstall it afterwards. its not like a dodgy annoying toolbar, it's very well designed, minimal and unintrusive.i estimate it's saved me £50+ in around a year of using it. plus I am 70% of the way towards a £10 voucher from 'honey gold'.


Probably privacy concerns since it's clearly monitoring all the sites you visit.
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