£50 Gift Card When You Spend £750 on Wedding Wishlist @ Amazon
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£50 Gift Card When You Spend £750 on Wedding Wishlist @ Amazon

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Expires on 31/12/2020Posted 18th May
This offer seems to have been around for a while but haven't seen it posted here so may help someone looking to spend £750. Amazon are offering a £50 gift card (emailed within 60 days) when you create a wedding wishlist and 'guests' purchase £750+ worth of goods from the wishlist. Perhaps quite a few HUKD'ers looking for a new TV, phone, etc. may also suddenly find themselves getting married?

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How to obtain the gift card:

  • Create a wedding list with whatever items on it you want to buy (must be equivalent to £750 value after postage, packaging, and gift costs).
  • Use a different Amazon account not registered under the same name (maybe asking friends/family to buy something on their account and paying them back, or creating a second account).
  • Wait 60 days to receive your gift card via email.

I would suggest not to spend money just to get the gift card, but if you are making a £750 purchase anyway it's worth a try
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@jamie15 say you'll have me my sweet deal finding lover
lasuil18/05/2020 21:37

@jamie15 say you'll have me my sweet deal finding lover


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jamie1518/05/2020 21:39

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I warn you I shall only settle for a discounted out of season wedding venue
Umm do you have to provide proof of wedding A asking for a friend who wants a £800 TV ?
packard18/05/2020 21:46

Umm do you have to provide proof of wedding A asking for a friend who …Umm do you have to provide proof of wedding A asking for a friend who wants a £800 TV ?


Terms and conditions don't state anything about proof, I doubt Amazon will ask
lasuil18/05/2020 21:40

I warn you I shall only settle for a discounted out of season wedding venue


I wouldn't have it any other way
jamie1518/05/2020 21:49

I wouldn't have it any other way


And you shall wear a 40% off Moss Bros suit
packard18/05/2020 21:46

Umm do you have to provide proof of wedding A asking for a friend who …Umm do you have to provide proof of wedding A asking for a friend who wants a £800 TV ?


You have to invite them to your wedding, Amazon and your prime mates go on a stag do. Amazon even make a speech which is ruined by the delivery. Is it worth the £50 wedding gift...
Why are people voting this cold? There isn't much a reason to.
Good idea, the only issue I can foresee for those really getting married is the price volatility. You put something in your list at the more affordable end, only to find a week later amazon have run out and it’s only available via a marketplace seller for 30% more :-(
lasuil18/05/2020 21:40

I warn you I shall only settle for a discounted out of season wedding venue


He'll settle for a ceremony in Greggs
jamie1519/05/2020 01:15

Why are people voting this cold? There isn't much a reason to.


This is HUKD Jamie. People don't care about how hot the deal is, just how relevant it is to them right there and then lol
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