£5.00 discount when paying by Paypal (Account specific - no minimum spend)
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£5.00 discount when paying by Paypal (Account specific - no minimum spend)

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Found 12th Sep 2017
Account specific, so check your emails. £5 off (no minimum spend) when you make payment by PayPal.

Need to click on the link in the email to save offer to your account.

Then use PayPal to make payment, and £5.00 is automatically deducted when making payment.

expires 30th September.
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So basically it's got nothing to do with being a valued PayPal customer lol.
My son got this email, he rarely uses his account I didn't get it and use my account all the time, I assume it's just to entice you back to paypal
JohnnyRoller49 s ago

So basically it's got nothing to do with being a valued PayPal customer …So basically it's got nothing to do with being a valued PayPal customer lol.


Nope.. existing PayPal customers can make more purchases only
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If I sign up do I get the discount
supermod
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sigma6 m ago

Thanks for posting , I've added a little bit more clarification to …Thanks for posting , I've added a little bit more clarification to the deal title


Don't see a proof of this deal. Still deal going live??
No email for me
Nowt here.
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Have posted a screenshot of the email I received below. Email arrived at 00:08 this morning. Used the discount pretty much straightaway.
Also had confirmation email to say the £5.00 had been saved to my account. Automatically applied when I paid by PayPal.

Keep looking for for email as I guess may not all be sent at same time. Although I did say Account specific so it's possible that not every one will get this.

No no idea about whether new accounts will get this either.

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Edited by: "carol296" 12th Sep 2017
I got on one of my accounts that I hadn't used for purchases over a year
My son got this email, he rarely uses his account I didn't get it and use my account all the time, I assume it's just to entice you back to paypal
I got this for a PayPal account that I had never used, and totally forgot about. The linked payment credit card had expired years ago.
So basically it's got nothing to do with being a valued PayPal customer lol.
JohnnyRoller49 s ago

So basically it's got nothing to do with being a valued PayPal customer …So basically it's got nothing to do with being a valued PayPal customer lol.


Nope.. existing PayPal customers can make more purchases only
Thanks! HOT!
Heat given but no chance I will get this email. Just shows the advantages of having multiple accounts. grrrrrrrrr
I got an £8 no minimum spend offer last week for an account that's never made a purchase.
Edited by: "flyingflea" 12th Sep 2017
Cold as it’s Paypal. For as long as I live I’ll never use PayPal for the way they treat customers.
Well..I follow this link, I can see the offer , but when I log in..is nothing there...
Never get these emails! Good for people who do though
danflorin310 m ago

Well..I follow this link, I can see the offer , but when I log in..is …Well..I follow this link, I can see the offer , but when I log in..is nothing there...


You need to receive an email offer.

Looks like it's for inactive accounts so pretty useless to most.

Now watch it go 1000°+
Edited by: "collectorcol" 12th Sep 2017
Tomhardy722 m ago

Cold as it’s Paypal. For as long as I live I’ll never use PayPal for the wa …Cold as it’s Paypal. For as long as I live I’ll never use PayPal for the way they treat customers.


I'm sure I'll be in the minority but I actually find Paypal pretty good to deal with, much better than eBay at any rate as you are actually talking to a real person rather than a robot on an teleprompter as it can feel like too often with eBay The key as with many companies is to find the right department, usually going via the complaints or retentions department gets biggest results and this usually ensures that you get connected to a proper UK call centre as I have NEVER found the foreign call centres able to help for anything (across all companies I have dealt with not just Paypal).

Lastly, don't always be willing to take the first answer you get, one advisor saying 'no' doesn't mean that the next won't say 'yes' it very much depends who you speak to as well....
BAD BAD BAD SORRY.. NEVER ADVISE ANYONE TO SIGN UP TO SOMETHING VIA AN UNSOLICITED EMAIL LINK.. IDENTITY THEFT / FRAUD / PHISHING EMAILS .. COME ON !!!
Heat from me even though I won't get it. Never ceases to amaze me how people moan about this stuff.

Of course they're going to target rarely used accounts, it's an incentive designed to get people using Paypal, not a bloody Christmas present. It's not rocket science.

Either way if you are upset and can be bothered, try getting on a livechat to paypal, they'll sometimes give you the £5 credit even if the offer didn't apply. Just pretend to be upset about something or another.
ST312322 m ago

I'm sure I'll be in the minority but I actually find Paypal pretty good to …I'm sure I'll be in the minority but I actually find Paypal pretty good to deal with, much better than eBay at any rate as you are actually talking to a real person rather than a robot on an teleprompter as it can feel like too often with eBay The key as with many companies is to find the right department, usually going via the complaints or retentions department gets biggest results and this usually ensures that you get connected to a proper UK call centre as I have NEVER found the foreign call centres able to help for anything (across all companies I have dealt with not just Paypal). Lastly, don't always be willing to take the first answer you get, one advisor saying 'no' doesn't mean that the next won't say 'yes' it very much depends who you speak to as well....


You’re one of the lucky ones it seems!!! I’ve been treated like **** by both eBay and PayPal when it comes to buyers scamming me. Tried all departments multiple times and they never seemed to want to help me. I buy all my goods from other sites and use my card.

Its a a shame because if they were helpful I’d still use them
I got this. Unfortunately Tesco direct do not accept PayPal otherwise I would combine with the other voucher code
I have this email but when I press save offer it states I am not valid for this offer?! Huh?! They sent it to me!!!
Very annoyed this seems to be for accounts that haven't been active. I use PayPal loads and haven't got this email.
liannallinson6 m ago

I have this email but when I press save offer it states I am not valid for …I have this email but when I press save offer it states I am not valid for this offer?! Huh?! They sent it to me!!!

Same!
Haven't got the email, used Pay Pal only like 2 months ago so maybe that's why. Sucks when the they don't give exact conditions as to who gets them and who doesn't!
walrlove47 m ago

BAD BAD BAD SORRY.. NEVER ADVISE ANYONE TO SIGN UP TO SOMETHING VIA AN …BAD BAD BAD SORRY.. NEVER ADVISE ANYONE TO SIGN UP TO SOMETHING VIA AN UNSOLICITED EMAIL LINK.. IDENTITY THEFT / FRAUD / PHISHING EMAILS .. COME ON !!!



No one's signing up for things from unsolicited emails, try re-reading what the deal is.
JohnnyRoller2 h, 39 m ago

So basically it's got nothing to do with being a valued PayPal customer …So basically it's got nothing to do with being a valued PayPal customer lol.


Quite the contrary I think.
I have 2 PayPal accounts and only the unused one got the offer.
I have just received an eBay voucher £10 off £30 minimum spend. Anyone else get one
ST31231 h, 4 m ago

I'm sure I'll be in the minority but I actually find Paypal pretty good to …I'm sure I'll be in the minority but I actually find Paypal pretty good to deal with, much better than eBay at any rate as you are actually talking to a real person rather than a robot on an teleprompter as it can feel like too often with eBay The key as with many companies is to find the right department, usually going via the complaints or retentions department gets biggest results and this usually ensures that you get connected to a proper UK call centre as I have NEVER found the foreign call centres able to help for anything (across all companies I have dealt with not just Paypal). Lastly, don't always be willing to take the first answer you get, one advisor saying 'no' doesn't mean that the next won't say 'yes' it very much depends who you speak to as well....



I Second that!
Some time ago I had an eye opening experience on eBay. I bought an Amazon gift card (or in a reality - thin air), seller sent me obviously fake code. After some message exchange seller told me to try my luck in a resolution center.
So I opened the case against him, contacted eBay CS, explained them what happened and asked them to look on a message exchange, they didn't care at the slightest as such purchase is not covered by their "money back guarantee", so they advised me to wait til decision is made on the case or to contact the police, even though I had a confirmation email from Amazon CS stating that such code is not valid.
Believe it or not, but just because the seller sent me some kind of code looking message, I lost the case instantly.
Eventually I contacted PayPal and their CS within a minutes moved the money from the seller in to their own account and requested the proof that I have benefited from the code he sent me or to send a legit code. Seller did not reply within 2 weeks so I automatically won the case and got my money back.
PayPal CS is top notch - British people who actually listen, look in to the matter and sort it.
BubaMan22 m ago

Quite the contrary I think.I have 2 PayPal accounts and only the unused …Quite the contrary I think.I have 2 PayPal accounts and only the unused one got the offer.


You say quite the contrary yet you confirm his post.
This is not an offer. Only eligible if PayPal sends you the email.
xenophon18 m ago

You say quite the contrary yet you confirm his post.


Contrary to being a valued customer...
Whereas you seem to be as contrary as Mary Mary
collectorcol1 h, 53 m ago

You need to receive an email offer.Looks like it's for inactive accounts …You need to receive an email offer.Looks like it's for inactive accounts so pretty useless to most.Now watch it go 1000°+

1000 + form inactive users :)))
What about us, people who put loads of money in their pockets?..Nothing huh..?...
No email... Nice to see PayPal treating their regular users so well
This for new accounts only, and /or accounts that haven't been used in a while?
Not showing for me, on either account, one I use all the time and the other I've only used a 1+ years ago.
bleachershane31 m ago

No email... Nice to see PayPal treating their regular users so well …No email... Nice to see PayPal treating their regular users so well



Why would they? If you're using Paypal already, they don't need to incentivise you to use Paypal.

I don't get why people get so sniffy about this.
Feck all here...(annoyed)
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