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€5 (~£4.56) off a spend of €59 (~£53.75) on selected products at Amazon Germany
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€5 (~£4.56) off a spend of €59 (~£53.75) on selected products at Amazon Germany

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Posted 7th AprEdited by:"sammy_zammy"

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

This month, Amazon Germany are taking €5 off a spend of €59 on selected products at Amazon Germany on these selected products:
amazon.de/gp/…P4E

There's over 1400 products ranging from LEGO to toothbrushes so have a hunt around!

The promo is applied at checkout.

This is running all month so if you don't spot anything now you want there could be something in the future if it drops in price Let me know if you spot any highlights!

This deal is no longer expired; they seemed to replace the voucher with an identical one. Please let me know if you get a message saying the promotion has ended, as this is likely what has happened again.
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ukez07/04/2020 04:52

No warranty?Surely you can return stuff back to Amazon UK.


...funny story re returns
I bought for my mum cheap Chinese robot vacuum cleaner from Amazon DE back in April 2018 and it just broke down a few days ago. As most of you probably know, EU regulation impose to give by sellers 24 months of warranty on home appliances, so I thought, what the heck, let's get in contact with Amazon in that regard, cos obviously it would simply be a waste of time and money trying to repair it myself. So I went onto Amazon's DE chat to ask about it, but they've struggled to find anyone being able to speak to me in English, so in the end instead someone just told me that they will contact me via email within a few hours. To my surprise, I've received an email a few hours later telling me, that they accepted my request for full refund
So yet again it just proves, that whatever people say, it is worth buying from Amazon, whatever the country, just for such simple reason, cos with most other companies, it would involve much more leg work to get to such outcome, which I am not saying is impossible, cos I have also managed to get washing machine to be replaced with a new one by AO, as they couldn't repair a broken one
Brag & rant over
ukez07/04/2020 04:52

No warranty?Surely you can return stuff back to Amazon UK.


No, has to be returned to the Amazon you bought from
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Cold as ice, no warranty and blah blah blah
SoundBoy07/04/2020 03:59

Cold as ice, no warranty and blah blah blah


No warranty?

Surely you can return stuff back to Amazon UK.
SoundBoy07/04/2020 03:59

Cold as ice, no warranty and blah blah blah


You get warranty on most products through Amazon EU sites if buying from amazon direct.
ukez07/04/2020 04:52

No warranty?Surely you can return stuff back to Amazon UK.


No, has to be returned to the Amazon you bought from
MrSwitch07/04/2020 07:11

You get warranty on most products through Amazon EU sites if buying from …You get warranty on most products through Amazon EU sites if buying from amazon direct.


MrSwitch07/04/2020 07:11

No, has to be returned to the Amazon you bought from


Thanks for the information, wasn’t aware of this.
ukez07/04/2020 04:52

No warranty?Surely you can return stuff back to Amazon UK.


...funny story re returns
I bought for my mum cheap Chinese robot vacuum cleaner from Amazon DE back in April 2018 and it just broke down a few days ago. As most of you probably know, EU regulation impose to give by sellers 24 months of warranty on home appliances, so I thought, what the heck, let's get in contact with Amazon in that regard, cos obviously it would simply be a waste of time and money trying to repair it myself. So I went onto Amazon's DE chat to ask about it, but they've struggled to find anyone being able to speak to me in English, so in the end instead someone just told me that they will contact me via email within a few hours. To my surprise, I've received an email a few hours later telling me, that they accepted my request for full refund
So yet again it just proves, that whatever people say, it is worth buying from Amazon, whatever the country, just for such simple reason, cos with most other companies, it would involve much more leg work to get to such outcome, which I am not saying is impossible, cos I have also managed to get washing machine to be replaced with a new one by AO, as they couldn't repair a broken one
Brag & rant over
BS_Man07/04/2020 09:14

...funny story re returns I bought for my mum cheap Chinese robot …...funny story re returns I bought for my mum cheap Chinese robot vacuum cleaner from Amazon DE back in April 2018 and it just broke down a few days ago. As most of you probably know, EU regulation impose to give by sellers 24 months of warranty on home appliances, so I thought, what the heck, let's get in contact with Amazon in that regard, cos obviously it would simply be a waste of time and money trying to repair it myself. So I went onto Amazon's DE chat to ask about it, but they've struggled to find anyone being able to speak to me in English, so in the end instead someone just told me that they will contact me via email within a few hours. To my surprise, I've received an email a few hours later telling me, that they accepted my request for full refund So yet again it just proves, that whatever people say, it is worth buying from Amazon, whatever the country, just for such simple reason, cos with most other companies, it would involve much more leg work to get to such outcome, which I am not saying is impossible, cos I have also managed to get washing machine to be replaced with a new one by AO, as they couldn't repair a broken one Brag & rant over


I had the same thing with a £200 computer power supply
It went bust after 20 months, and Amazon uk just sent me a new one and a prepaid return label for the broken one - no questions asked
BS_Man07/04/2020 09:14

...funny story re returns I bought for my mum cheap Chinese robot …...funny story re returns I bought for my mum cheap Chinese robot vacuum cleaner from Amazon DE back in April 2018 and it just broke down a few days ago. As most of you probably know, EU regulation impose to give by sellers 24 months of warranty on home appliances, so I thought, what the heck, let's get in contact with Amazon in that regard, cos obviously it would simply be a waste of time and money trying to repair it myself. So I went onto Amazon's DE chat to ask about it, but they've struggled to find anyone being able to speak to me in English, so in the end instead someone just told me that they will contact me via email within a few hours. To my surprise, I've received an email a few hours later telling me, that they accepted my request for full refund So yet again it just proves, that whatever people say, it is worth buying from Amazon, whatever the country, just for such simple reason, cos with most other companies, it would involve much more leg work to get to such outcome, which I am not saying is impossible, cos I have also managed to get washing machine to be replaced with a new one by AO, as they couldn't repair a broken one Brag & rant over


Nice! If ever I have a problem with an item from Amazon I always take a load of rigorous photos ready to send and a detailed explanation of what’s wrong and they’re just like “sorry, sure, here’s your refund” without even looking at it
BS_Man07/04/2020 09:14

...funny story re returns I bought for my mum cheap Chinese robot …...funny story re returns I bought for my mum cheap Chinese robot vacuum cleaner from Amazon DE back in April 2018 and it just broke down a few days ago. As most of you probably know, EU regulation impose to give by sellers 24 months of warranty on home appliances, so I thought, what the heck, let's get in contact with Amazon in that regard, cos obviously it would simply be a waste of time and money trying to repair it myself. So I went onto Amazon's DE chat to ask about it, but they've struggled to find anyone being able to speak to me in English, so in the end instead someone just told me that they will contact me via email within a few hours. To my surprise, I've received an email a few hours later telling me, that they accepted my request for full refund So yet again it just proves, that whatever people say, it is worth buying from Amazon, whatever the country, just for such simple reason, cos with most other companies, it would involve much more leg work to get to such outcome, which I am not saying is impossible, cos I have also managed to get washing machine to be replaced with a new one by AO, as they couldn't repair a broken one Brag & rant over


Similar thing happened to me with Amazon Germany. They had to keep me on hold a bit to find someone who spoke English too but they sorted my issue in the end. Amazon’s customer service is absolutely class.
sammy_zammy07/04/2020 09:13

Thanks for the information, wasn’t aware of this.


I'm sure I've read in the past that despite buying from an EU store the item came from a UK distribution centre.

Yes it's a bit annoying you can't return to Amazon UK, I've learnt my lesson again.

If your buying from Amazon EU make sure you actually want the item.

Oh and if you do need to contact them use Google Translate to use the chat option.
Edited by: "DCFC79" 7th Apr
DCFC7907/04/2020 09:34

I'm sure I've read in the past that despite buying from an EU store the …I'm sure I've read in the past that despite buying from an EU store the item came from a UK distribution centre.Yes it's a bit annoying you can't return to Amazon UK, I've learnt my lesson again.If your buying from Amazon EU make sure you actually want the item.Oh and if you do need to contact them use Google Translate to use the chat option.


...if you buy from Amazon or through its fulfillment program, even if you will have to fork out a postage cost, they usually refund it after getting item back, of course a good return excuse is a must
Surely the €5 will be wiped out by the delivery charge as U.K. Prime doesn’t carry over?
DCFC7907/04/2020 09:34

I'm sure I've read in the past that despite buying from an EU store the … I'm sure I've read in the past that despite buying from an EU store the item came from a UK distribution centre.Yes it's a bit annoying you can't return to Amazon UK, I've learnt my lesson again.If your buying from Amazon EU make sure you actually want the item.Oh and if you do need to contact them use Google Translate to use the chat option.


Yeah, even I’ve ordered Lego from Amazon DE and Amazon UK on the same day the DE stuff came earlier so I think that’s the case. Weird
slliw07/04/2020 09:40

Surely the €5 will be wiped out by the delivery charge as U.K. Prime d …Surely the €5 will be wiped out by the delivery charge as U.K. Prime doesn’t carry over?


Well you have to pay delivery regardless from Amazon DE so just include it in the price of the item when working out if it’s a good price. It’s what you’d do for any item from the UK. Many items are cheaper on DE than UK even including the delivery cost. I really don’t see the issue.
Edited by: "sammy_zammy" 7th Apr
Er... is there any way of filtering/searching to get a list of items included in the offer? If not it will like trying to find a needle in a haystack.
theblackbuck07/04/2020 10:02

Er... is there any way of filtering/searching to get a list of items …Er... is there any way of filtering/searching to get a list of items included in the offer? If not it will like trying to find a needle in a haystack.


It's on the "Get deal" link isn't it?
Most things I've tried to buy from European amazon sites recently have said they won't deliver to the uk
keno2000_uk07/04/2020 10:49

Most things I've tried to buy from European amazon sites recently have …Most things I've tried to buy from European amazon sites recently have said they won't deliver to the uk


Found this was the case for Amazon France (I think) but not Germany so worth a look
sammy_zammy07/04/2020 10:53

Found this was the case for Amazon France (I think) but not Germany so …Found this was the case for Amazon France (I think) but not Germany so worth a look


Was Germany I've been looking at
sammy_zammy07/04/2020 10:36

It's on the "Get deal" link isn't it?


Not for me. This is what I get when I click the link...
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keno2000_uk07/04/2020 10:56

Was Germany I've been looking at


Okay, guess it's some items not others then. Thanks for the info
sammy_zammy07/04/2020 11:17

Oh I think I had this issue last night. Try …Oh I think I had this issue last night. Try https://www.amazon.de/gp/promotion/A19AGLIMILUP4E?ref_=sopp_psp_A19AGLIMILUP4E ?Or try the "See more products in this promotion" drop-down on this random item from the offer: https://www.amazon.de/dp/B01GVGHH5W?ref_=plp_pc_dp_A19AGLIMILUP4E_B01GVGHH5W&m=A3JWKAKR8XB7XFWeird...


They didn't work either but your main link did when I tried in Incognito mode on Chrome. Must because I was already logged into my Amazon.de account. Thanks for posting!
theblackbuck07/04/2020 11:43

They didn't work either but your main link did when I tried in Incognito …They didn't work either but your main link did when I tried in Incognito mode on Chrome. Must because I was already logged into my Amazon.de account. Thanks for posting!


Glad it worked in the end no problem
Just noticed some of the items seem to have been removed from the offer
What's the delivery tim like? and do they charge for delivery, I am after a Mitre Saw?
Gooner7707/04/2020 17:56

What's the delivery tim like? and do they charge for delivery, I am after …What's the delivery tim like? and do they charge for delivery, I am after a Mitre Saw?


It varies. Some things are dispatched from the UK.

And yes, that varies too. But it will tell you the price in GBP at the last stage of checkout, or it’s usually cheaper with a fee free card.
Only 30 items included in the offer? Right?
Lexeus09/04/2020 21:43

Only 30 items included in the offer? Right?


No, 1616 currently.
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Edit: it seems to be glitching whenever you change pages. Could be because stuff is OOS. May be better to just search for what you want, as it'll say "spend 59 get 5 off" or something simialr.
Edited by: "sammy_zammy" 9th Apr
sammy_zammy09/04/2020 21:57

No, 1616 currently.[Image] Edit: it seems to be glitching whenever you …No, 1616 currently.[Image] Edit: it seems to be glitching whenever you change pages. Could be because stuff is OOS. May be better to just search for what you want, as it'll say "spend 59 get 5 off" or something simialr.


Ok, thanks for clarifying. Same old usual problems with amazon search, it makes me laugh to think that amazon tried to compete with the likes of google by spinning off their search algorithms into a search engine of their own, it’s consistently the worst thing about the amazon website. It drives me mad trying to find anything, the sort function doesn’t even work right, and the more you filter the products the more likely you are to just end up excluding the product you want to buy because amazon hadn’t populated the item details for that particular listing and so it just default filters it out.

Oh and if anyone can find a way to filter out all amazon marketplace items I.e. not sold by amazon, but still search the whole of amazon rather than just one department, then I will be delighted.

Ok rant over
Edited by: "Lexeus" 9th Apr
I've spoken (in English) to Amazon Germany rep on the phone and he was utterly lovely. Very apologetic (think I wanted to amend an order and it was too far in the order processing - it was years ago). In fact he was so meek and earnest I joked to boyf I thought he was going to apologise for the war

You'll have no problems with warranty.

Someone got a bit shirty with me the other day because they stated (almost making it sound like fact) that ordering from Amazon Germany (if it dispatches from the UK) means you can ask for free Prime delivery. But if you pay the German price, you pay the postage and their CS is your first point of contact re warranty.
It's interesting because in reality, regardless of Amazon website .fr.de.it.ie.es, you are always buying from Amazon Luxembourg so really your warranty should have nothing to do with the particular country, but I guess each site has it's own shell company that means they each have different national consumer rights laws to comply with. So even though they are all EU countries with 2year warranty minimum etc it goes to show just how rather disjointed the United EU still is
Edited by: "Lexeus" 10th Apr
Not sure where your information about it being on “all month” came from but.....
Save EUR 5,00 on orders EUR 59,00 or more. From 01 Apr. 2020 to 11 Apr. 2020
Promotion has ended. We're sorry, but you can browse products from this promotion below.
migavupe13/04/2020 17:12

Not sure where your information about it being on “all month” came from but …Not sure where your information about it being on “all month” came from but.....Save EUR 5,00 on orders EUR 59,00 or more. From 01 Apr. 2020 to 11 Apr. 2020 Promotion has ended. We're sorry, but you can browse products from this promotion below.


No need to be snarky. It said "valid from 1st April to 1st May" when the promotion was running. I will expire the deal.
migavupe13/04/2020 17:12

Not sure where your information about it being on “all month” came from but …Not sure where your information about it being on “all month” came from but.....Save EUR 5,00 on orders EUR 59,00 or more. From 01 Apr. 2020 to 11 Apr. 2020 Promotion has ended. We're sorry, but you can browse products from this promotion below.


Try the deal now. They seemed to replace it with an identical voucher that lasts to the same time. I guess that's so they switch the products round. It's definitely until 2/5/20.
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Edited by: "sammy_zammy" 13th Apr
BS_Man07/04/2020 09:14

...funny story re returns I bought for my mum cheap Chinese robot …...funny story re returns I bought for my mum cheap Chinese robot vacuum cleaner from Amazon DE back in April 2018 and it just broke down a few days ago. As most of you probably know, EU regulation impose to give by sellers 24 months of warranty on home appliances, so I thought, what the heck, let's get in contact with Amazon in that regard, cos obviously it would simply be a waste of time and money trying to repair it myself. So I went onto Amazon's DE chat to ask about it, but they've struggled to find anyone being able to speak to me in English, so in the end instead someone just told me that they will contact me via email within a few hours. To my surprise, I've received an email a few hours later telling me, that they accepted my request for full refund So yet again it just proves, that whatever people say, it is worth buying from Amazon, whatever the country, just for such simple reason, cos with most other companies, it would involve much more leg work to get to such outcome, which I am not saying is impossible, cos I have also managed to get washing machine to be replaced with a new one by AO, as they couldn't repair a broken one Brag & rant over


Yes, but the only problem, is that they've broken ebay for sellers, as every muppet now expects amazon like refunds and returns policy!
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