£50 Netflix Gift Card for £45.59 using FB Code at CDKeys
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£50 Netflix Gift Card for £45.59 using FB Code at CDKeys

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Found 5th Sep 2017
CDKeys are selling £50 Netflix gift cards for £47.99 and when using the Facebook 5% off code brings it down to £45.59.

Get the 5% off code here, you can put in any email address to get the code and you have to be logged in to CDKeys for the code to work.

Couldn't see many deals for Netflix using the search so hopefully this might be of use to some of you.
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kjfrazer14 m ago

Out of stock. Given that my Netflix sub cost is £5.99 per month, how long …Out of stock. Given that my Netflix sub cost is £5.99 per month, how long does a £50 voucher buy me


I'm sure you can do the maths yourself.
bradleymsmith5 m ago

Do people really go through all this hassle to save just over £4?



what hassle? buying some off the internet?

edit: nvm quick look, youve made 5 megative comments on this site si ce you joined. nice contribution.

do people really just join this site to be negative


Edited by: "fattyuk" 5th Sep 2017
KM435323 m ago

I just get a free trial every month lol


If everyone did that there wouldn't be a Netflix - don't be dishonest and pay up
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Out of stock. Given that my Netflix sub cost is £5.99 per month, how long does a £50 voucher buy me
kjfrazer14 m ago

Out of stock. Given that my Netflix sub cost is £5.99 per month, how long …Out of stock. Given that my Netflix sub cost is £5.99 per month, how long does a £50 voucher buy me


I'm sure you can do the maths yourself.
usually buy the £25 voucher from them but its been sold out for a while
ajavaid921 h, 12 m ago

I'm sure you can do the maths yourself.



Even with the aid of a calculator, I think your faith could well be misguided.
Stocked up on the 25% Quidco deal last Black Friday, but a 9% saving is still one of the best around!
Do people really go through all this hassle to save just over £4?
bradleymsmith5 m ago

Do people really go through all this hassle to save just over £4?



what hassle? buying some off the internet?

edit: nvm quick look, youve made 5 megative comments on this site si ce you joined. nice contribution.

do people really just join this site to be negative


Edited by: "fattyuk" 5th Sep 2017
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kjfrazer1 h, 48 m ago

Out of stock. Given that my Netflix sub cost is £5.99 per month, how long …Out of stock. Given that my Netflix sub cost is £5.99 per month, how long does a £50 voucher buy me

How are you paying £5.99 a month?
Didn't the price increase for everyone a while ago?
I just get a free trial every month lol
Yeah free trial also
also remember you can buy itunes or google play credit vouchers (usually 20-30% off) and use that to pay for your subscription.

Aparrently you have to wait for it to cancel before the option comes up to pay with google.
KM435323 m ago

I just get a free trial every month lol


If everyone did that there wouldn't be a Netflix - don't be dishonest and pay up
fattyuk3 h, 57 m ago

what hassle? buying some off the internet?edit: nvm quick look, youve made …what hassle? buying some off the internet?edit: nvm quick look, youve made 5 megative comments on this site si ce you joined. nice contribution.do people really just join this site to be negative


To be fair he has a point. Common sense should tell you that you're better off keeping the £45 in your bank account and spreading the cost of the Netflix sub over 9 months at full price, as well as not bothering using 20 mins to half an hour of your time just to save £4 on this deal. But each to their own!
Edited by: "alexc100" 5th Sep 2017
ajavaid926 h, 23 m ago

I'm sure you can do the maths yourself.

Ah, very funny. So what happens with the spare change left over? That's my point. I assumed Netflix was a set charge each month, surely a voucher would be for a set time and not a set amount?
deleted8003425th Sep 2017

How are you paying £5.99 a month?Didn't the price increase for everyone a …How are you paying £5.99 a month?Didn't the price increase for everyone a while ago?

I think I'm a legacy user or something, definitely £5.99 for me.
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kjfrazer13 h, 35 m ago

Ah, very funny. So what happens with the spare change left over? That's my …Ah, very funny. So what happens with the spare change left over? That's my point. I assumed Netflix was a set charge each month, surely a voucher would be for a set time and not a set amount?


EDIT: It actually works slightly different. Your remaining credit if not enough for full payment of your monthly sub will work as a percentage so if you have 50% of your Monthly Sub remaining, you would receive half a month. This would also move your billing date.
Edited by: "mambo1888" 6th Sep 2017
fattyuk5 h, 35 m ago

what hassle? buying some off the internet?edit: nvm quick look, youve made …what hassle? buying some off the internet?edit: nvm quick look, youve made 5 megative comments on this site si ce you joined. nice contribution.do people really just join this site to be negative

It's the internet so yes.
kjfrazer4 h, 53 m ago

I think I'm a legacy user or something, definitely £5.99 for me.



£5.99 for me too, I'm using the single screen in SD option if that makes a difference.
mambo18884 h, 44 m ago

It just adds whatever amount you buy as credit to your account and your …It just adds whatever amount you buy as credit to your account and your monthly subscription will get paid in full or part by the credit first. So if you add £50 to your account and your monthly sub is £5.99, it would work like this...Months 1 - 8 paid fully by the credit on your accountMonth 9 would be split £2.08 remaining credit and £3.91 would be taken by whatever payment means you have setup now. Or you add more credit when its getting low.



Is that really how it works? I'm currently on a £15 gift card paying £5.99 a month, I just figured it would end after about two and a half months.
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dealpickle8 h, 35 m ago

Is that really how it works? I'm currently on a £15 gift card paying £5.99 …Is that really how it works? I'm currently on a £15 gift card paying £5.99 a month, I just figured it would end after about two and a half months.


Apologies I got it a little wrong with that one, I was sure thats how it worked. What actually happens is that when you run low on credit you will get a reminder to top up, if you dont and you only have some of the monthly sub you will get the same percentage of days for that month.

So if you had £3 credit and your sub is £5.99 you would have 50% which would give you 15 days and your billing date would change accordingly.
mambo188819 h, 30 m ago

EDIT: It actually works slightly different. Your remaining credit if not …EDIT: It actually works slightly different. Your remaining credit if not enough for full payment of your monthly sub will work as a percentage so if you have 50% of your Monthly Sub remaining, you would receive half a month. This would also move your billing date.

Ah, very cool. Thanks for clearing that up.
Ta for the update on that.
Edited by: "dealpickle" 7th Sep 2017
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