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6250 Morrisons points when you purchase a £50 John Lewis & Waitrose - Currys - M&S gift card - 12.5% return on spend @ Morrisons instore  (maximum £100 Morrisons vouchers on a £800 gift card spend)
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6250 Morrisons points when you purchase a £50 John Lewis & Waitrose - Currys - M&S gift card - 12.5% return on spend @ Morrisons instore (maximum £100 Morrisons vouchers on a £800 gift card spend)

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Posted 5th Jun 2017LocalEdited by:"Chanchi32"
New gift card offer that went live today. Very rare to get any kind of decent discount on John Lewis & Waitrose or Currys gift cards so 12.5% is very decent. Given these companies usually price match competitor offers this is a very good bonus on top.

Deal as follows:

- Morrisons are offering 5000 More points instore on £50 denomination gift cards for John Lewis (which includes Waitrose), Currys, and M&S. You will also get 1250 base points. Please note it needs to be on the £50 denomination gift cards.

- So 6250 points in total for a £50 john Lewis + Waitrose/Currys/M&S gift card, equivalent of 12.5% return on spend.

- Maximum points earn in a calendar month is 100,000 points (worth £100). If you purchased £800 John Lewis/Waitrose gift cards in £50 denominations you would get £100 Morrison's vouchers. If you purchase £200 John Lewis gift cards in £50 denominations you would get £25 of Morrisons vouchers.

- Once you have 5000 points you can redeem for a £5 voucher to use in Morrisons. Plenty of deals to use at Morrisons

p.s. when you buy the gift cards check your receipt. If the points do not show in 'Total More Points earned today' go to customer service and get them to manually add the points.

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no clue what this deal is about. probably coz I'm fasting and my head aint working. but if its chanchi who uploads its gotta be a winner
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Writing the OP of this deal

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Reading the OP of this deal oO

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Should I buy??


Edited by: "vassy2i" 5th Jun 2017
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MazingerZ

Strange deal, you'd think JL would offer a deal with a more premium food … Strange deal, you'd think JL would offer a deal with a more premium food store...



Would think the deal for JL is with the card provider not the stores.

Most of these cards you see are provided to supermarkets etc by a middle man company who go to all the gift card providers. Then they sell them all under one banner for a percentage of the sale.​
I'll spend my points on the black sheep at £1 a bottle - drinking responsibly!
Can you buy more John Lewis/M&S (etc) vouchers with your Morrison vouchers?
Yes you should be able to. Last year when they had the amazon gift card offer for extra points, I bought additional gift cards from the Morrison vouchers I received with no problem at all. I did use the self serve tills thou.
If anyone is buying more then 1 gift cards for their chosen retailer make sure that retailer accepts multiple gift cards when making a purchase. I bought 5 £50 house of Fraser gift cards a few years and there system would only let me use 3 per transaction. It worked okay for me as I was able to split it into smaller transaction.
If however I was to buy a item for £300 I would have only been able to use £150 and the rest would have had to been payed by cash. Hope this makes sense and saves someone a lot of hassle
Thanks chanchi very good deal heated
Chanchi32

Couldnt see any terms at all in store. The point of sale does say Fathers … Couldnt see any terms at all in store. The point of sale does say Fathers day so assume will at least be until 18th June.Just checked my Morrisons more card account and the 12,500 points are showing from the purchase of the 2 x 50 John Lewis gift card purchases earlier



Thanks for your quick and helpful reply!
I need to buy a £80 item from John Lewis on line, will I be able to use a £50 gift card and then pay the remaining £30 with my debit card?
Thanks
dougan

I need to buy a £80 item from John Lewis on line, will I be able to use a … I need to buy a £80 item from John Lewis on line, will I be able to use a £50 gift card and then pay the remaining £30 with my debit card?Thanks


Not sure if the JL cards are usable online?
Babbler

Not sure if the JL cards are usable online?



the ones i got yesterday are
dougan

I need to buy a £80 item from John Lewis on line, will I be able to use a … I need to buy a £80 item from John Lewis on line, will I be able to use a £50 gift card and then pay the remaining £30 with my debit card?Thanks



yes, would be fine to part pay using gift card and credit/debit card
Many thanks!!
Brilliant for anyone struggling to hit a credit card bonus
I haven't got a Morrison points card.

Can I pick one up in store?
ykhan94

If anyone is buying more then 1 gift cards for their chosen retailer make … If anyone is buying more then 1 gift cards for their chosen retailer make sure that retailer accepts multiple gift cards when making a purchase. I bought 5 £50 house of Fraser gift cards a few years and there system would only let me use 3 per transaction. It worked okay for me as I was able to split it into smaller transaction. If however I was to buy a item for £300 I would have only been able to use £150 and the rest would have had to been payed by cash. Hope this makes sense and saves someone a lot of hassle



Thanks for this! Was contemplating stacking them up for a big purchase at Currys this month but this is a very valid point.
Could be useful for those wanting to boost their Amex rewards spend for example towards the £10,000 BA spend to get a free companion flight.
Will this class as a 'Grocery Shop' so I can use my 5% cashback incentive with Santander Credit Card?
thelatics

Could be useful for those wanting to boost their Amex rewards spend for … Could be useful for those wanting to boost their Amex rewards spend for example towards the £10,000 BA spend to get a free companion flight.


would you mind linking me to that deal?
This is a good deal. but only if you intend to make a major purchase from john lewis like a TV, Washing machine etc

otherwise these cards will just knock about in your wallet/handbag for months and months on end - possibly expiring

These gift cards are not for run of the mill shops where you'd use the credit relatively quickly.

Good deal. Thanks for posting, no signs up in my local so I wouldn't have known about it. Has any tried to buy more than 2

Blackhorse

What about the £25 google credit (whilst probably not as widely used)Am I … What about the £25 google credit (whilst probably not as widely used)Am I right in think this is effectively £6 back from a £25 voucher? (pretty much 25% off?)



I think so! It's certainly worth it if you use Google Play Music Family Subscription!
great deal if buying something soon heat added. shame no morrisons in northern ireland but its a good deal. well there is none i know off lol
phatbear

I haven't got a Morrison points card. Can I pick one up in store?


You can get the receipt and get the points back when you get card. I did this last time. Tbh it was a tough time convincing store staff about the bonus points and base points
Personally after my experience with John Lewis last year, I wouldn't buy anything of value with gift cards, I'd only use a credit card. You have more protection getting refunds using credit cards.
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Great deals! Thanks op.
chaywa

I think so! It's certainly worth it if you use Google Play Music Family … I think so! It's certainly worth it if you use Google Play Music Family Subscription!



Can you buy hardware i.e. Phones stuff from play store
Anyone got any experience getting a price match from Currys? I am after a fridge but their model numbers always differ slightly to other retailers that are cheaper, even though it is blatantly the same thing.
joshtbh

would you mind linking me to that deal?


I'm afraid it's on the Premium card which costs £195 - I was told about this recently, and basically the person saying how good it was used it for all his purchasing, and then also bought some Avios from eBay? then used the points and the free companion flight for 2x First Class flights for £500! They had to be flexible, so for example they had to fly to Hong Kong in order to holiday in that part of the world, but the point was he was getting £10,000 of flights for £500.

There are hoops though, like having to spend £10,000 and paying £195 for the card, but if you travel a lot or spend a lot! then it might work for a cheap way of flying 1st Class.

Currently if you spent said £10k, you'd get 15,000 bonus Avios plus I guess 15,000 actual Avois (1.5 per £1), so 30,000.

I don't quite see how he only paid £500 for 1St Class, but he was so adamant I don't doubt he did, I just don't see how it works.

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thelatics

Could be useful for those wanting to boost their Amex rewards spend for … Could be useful for those wanting to boost their Amex rewards spend for example towards the £10,000 BA spend to get a free companion flight.


Yes, its a well known tactic
Another it to book refundable hotel rooms 'o)
thelatics

I'm afraid it's on the Premium card which costs £195 - I was told about … I'm afraid it's on the Premium card which costs £195 - I was told about this recently, and basically the person saying how good it was used it for all his purchasing, and then also bought some Avios from eBay? then used the points and the free companion flight for 2x First Class flights for £500! They had to be flexible, so for example they had to fly to Hong Kong in order to holiday in that part of the world, but the point was he was getting £10,000 of flights for £500.There are hoops though, like having to spend £10,000 and paying £195 for the card, but if you travel a lot or spend a lot! then it might work for a cheap way of flying 1st Class.Currently if you spent said £10k, you'd get 15,000 bonus Avios plus I guess 15,000 actual Avois (1.5 per £1), so 30,000. I don't quite see how he only paid £500 for 1St Class, but he was so adamant I don't doubt he did, I just don't see how it works.https://www.americanexpress.com/uk/ba-premium-plus-credit-card/index.html?linknav=uk-acq-dclp-ukbadualcard-premiumpluscreditcard-sidenav%20&sourcecode=MULT000221&cpid=100206562&veid=s2GIWQcJQ|dc_pcrid_187777377548_plid__kword_ba%20amex_match_p


He would also need the required amount of Avios Miles
204,000 return for first class& £500 each in taxes to Hong Kong.
He would have got 30,000 bonus miles when first having his card & another 15,000 by spending £10k (1.5avios per£)
So he would have to have bought 155,000 miles.
If you can buy airmiles for 1p per point - then that is a good deal for a 241 voucher. £1550 in this case!
But there are tons of way to collect avios. converting £2.50 worth of clubcards into 600 avios miles for example. Then there are online shopping portals, topcashback lets you exchange to avios, etc.


Edited by: "bojangles" 6th Jun 2017
Just got £500 worth of gift cards ty op
peak1985

Just got £500 worth of gift cards ty op


Which gift card did you get. My store only allowed me to purchase 2
I'm probably being stupid here, but points from Morri's don't total beyond 5000. Once you reach 5000 I always get a fiver voucher next time I shop. Except recently when I had to complain, did a 40 quid shop and it said I'd get 5000 pts (fiver - always given as a voucher). I didn't get my 5000 pts. I have now after a fortnight of complaining.
So, how if above you've just got 12,500 pts added next time you shop in Morri's you'll get 2 fiver vouchers (nothing for the 500 as that goes towards collecting another 5000 pts. Or have I missed something?
HPST

Which gift card did you get. My store only allowed me to purchase 2



250 john lewis, 250 m&s, had to get a manager to approve it after 2 as a fraud prevention measure
paul.jacobs

Personally after my experience with John Lewis last year, I wouldn't buy … Personally after my experience with John Lewis last year, I wouldn't buy anything of value with gift cards, I'd only use a credit card. You have more protection getting refunds using credit cards.



I've generally had good customer service from John Lewis but hear experiences like yours more frequently nowadays. May I know what happened in your case? Thanks (if you have time)!
jnigel26

I'm probably being stupid here, but points from Morri's don't total … I'm probably being stupid here, but points from Morri's don't total beyond 5000. Once you reach 5000 I always get a fiver voucher next time I shop. Except recently when I had to complain, did a 40 quid shop and it said I'd get 5000 pts (fiver - always given as a voucher). I didn't get my 5000 pts. I have now after a fortnight of complaining.So, how if above you've just got 12,500 pts added next time you shop in Morri's you'll get 2 fiver vouchers (nothing for the 500 as that goes towards collecting another 5000 pts. Or have I missed something?


If you log into your 'More' account, there is the option to save/collect your points and not receive the £5 voucher when you shop.
peak1985

250 john lewis, 250 m&s, had to get a manager to approve it after 2 as a … 250 john lewis, 250 m&s, had to get a manager to approve it after 2 as a fraud prevention measure


Thank you. They would only let me buy 2, said only if it was for charities could I purchase more. I have spoken to customer services and they confirmed what you have said, so I will pop in later. Thanks for your post.
Nice offer on a £25 Google play card


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great deal OP!
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