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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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I bought some Currys cards in a couple of branches yesterday with mixed results...

One store sold me £2800 - after the checkout wouldn't let the cashier process more than one card the store manager got involved and he telephoned head office who said it was fine if I was paying by card with chip and pin and that it was a fraud prevention measure.

Same scenario at the checkout in a second store but this time an internal call to the store manager resulted in a refusal, I didn't bother taking it any further and asking them to check with head office.

Today I picked up £1800 of John Lewis vouchers from another store and they all went straight through at the checkout without any issue or quantity restrictions.

It seems that not only are people getting different results and information in store but also that head office seem to be giving out different information as well so if you do end up having to ask them to check their terms then things could go either way :\
rossington1 h, 18 m ago

I bought some Currys cards in a couple of branches yesterday with mixed …I bought some Currys cards in a couple of branches yesterday with mixed results...One store sold me £2800 - after the checkout wouldn't let the cashier process more than one card the store manager got involved and he telephoned head office who said it was fine if I was paying by card with chip and pin and that it was a fraud prevention measure.Same scenario at the checkout in a second store but this time an internal call to the store manager resulted in a refusal, I didn't bother taking it any further and asking them to check with head office.Today I picked up £1800 of John Lewis vouchers from another store and they all went straight through at the checkout without any issue or quantity restrictions.It seems that not only are people getting different results and information in store but also that head office seem to be giving out different information as well so if you do end up having to ask them to check their terms then things could go either way :\




What about the £100 monthly points cap?
i just went to Morrisons in Malvern. i was told I was only allowed to buy 1 card. I argued with the supervisor.who reluctantly let me buy 2 different cards.
Chanchi32

What about the £100 monthly points cap?



It doesn't seem to actually apply, the points are all showing on my account and I previously exceeded the supposed limit back in December when they had a similar offer on Amazon gift cards. If you're concerned just open another MoreCard account
Edited by: "rossington" 8th Jun 2017
Whoever worked at self checkout had to approve each transaction manually (_;)

Managed to do £2000 in an hour....
rossington1 h, 55 m ago

It doesn't seem to actually apply, the points are all showing on my …It doesn't seem to actually apply, the points are all showing on my account and I previously exceeded the supposed limit back in December when they had a similar offer on Amazon gift cards. If you're concerned just open another MoreCard account


Good to know. Tesco have taken off some of my points before for hitting the 30k points cap in a quarter.
rossington

I bought some Currys cards in a couple of branches yesterday with mixed … I bought some Currys cards in a couple of branches yesterday with mixed results...One store sold me £2800 - after the checkout wouldn't let the cashier process more than one card the store manager got involved and he telephoned head office who said it was fine if I was paying by card with chip and pin and that it was a fraud prevention measure.Same scenario at the checkout in a second store but this time an internal call to the store manager resulted in a refusal, I didn't bother taking it any further and asking them to check with head office.Today I picked up £1800 of John Lewis vouchers from another store and they all went straight through at the checkout without any issue or quantity restrictions.It seems that not only are people getting different results and information in store but also that head office seem to be giving out different information as well so if you do end up having to ask them to check their terms then things could go either way :\


Because most staff are clueless , Hatch End Store only has 3000 points on a Google Play Gift Card and staff at customer service was not aware of 5000 points offer
EWAR1

Can you tell me what "base points" mean and are these automatically added … Can you tell me what "base points" mean and are these automatically added to the 5000 points at the checkout. Thank you.



The "base points" people here are referring to is essentially the regular points that are collected for a purchase:

Earn 5 Morrisons More Points per litre when you buy fuel at Morrisons
Earn 5 Morrisons More Points for every £1 you spend in store and online*
Earn 5 Morrisons More Points for every £1 you spend at Morrisons Café
Earn 25 Morrisons More Points for every £1 you spend on Gift Cards in store
Earn More Points on promotions in store and online
Get a £5 More voucher for every 5,000 points you earn


Extra 5000 points are awarded during this gift card promotion for each applicable purchase.
£50 worth of vouchers spat out this morning, so went and bought a £50 Amazon gift card at the self checkout
do you have to get the vouchers in separate transactions? or just buy £800 of vouchers in one go?
cheesemj14 h, 8 m ago

do you have to get the vouchers in separate transactions? or just buy £800 …do you have to get the vouchers in separate transactions? or just buy £800 of vouchers in one go?



I made the mistake of paying at the till and the checkout girl had to put them through one by one - don't know about self service though.
Where in store are people getting their John Lewis gift cards? Been to two stores and there's been none.
is this on
can you buy....... Currys gift carfs
owenjt

Where in store are people getting their John Lewis gift cards? Been to … Where in store are people getting their John Lewis gift cards? Been to two stores and there's been none.



Went to Harrow today they're just there not far from the tills on their own display. Promptly went to Waitrose and spent 30 on goodies.
rossington

I bought some Currys cards in a couple of branches yesterday with mixed … I bought some Currys cards in a couple of branches yesterday with mixed results...One store sold me £2800 - after the checkout wouldn't let the cashier process more than one card the store manager got involved and he telephoned head office who said it was fine if I was paying by card with chip and pin and that it was a fraud prevention measure.Same scenario at the checkout in a second store but this time an internal call to the store manager resulted in a refusal, I didn't bother taking it any further and asking them to check with head office.Today I picked up £1800 of John Lewis vouchers from another store and they all went straight through at the checkout without any issue or quantity restrictions.It seems that not only are people getting different results and information in store but also that head office seem to be giving out different information as well so if you do end up having to ask them to check their terms then things could go either way :\



​I used self checkout and did 1 by 1 just in case. I spent there 10min but got them all.
owenjt

As is my understanding (someone please correct me if this is wrong):You … As is my understanding (someone please correct me if this is wrong):You have to buy the gift cards individually or get the managers approval (apparently an anti fraud measure). You can get a Morrisons points card in-store and then make your purchase - the points will be added to your account. Alternatively if you get a card later on you can use the receipts to get the points added to the card at customer services. Once the points are added you can spend them (believe you get vouchers at the checkout or you can just use your card).Note that as per a previous post, Currys website only accepts 5 gift cards, so you'll only be able to redeem £250.



​Use self checkout and do 1 by 1. As those cards are very light, scales is not always picking those up as placed in the bagging area. drop another one on top then. remember which one is scanned and which one is just a ballast to process that in the next transaction.
Does anyone know whether this still works on £25 value JL gift card?
aphd163

I made the mistake of paying at the till and the checkout girl had to put … I made the mistake of paying at the till and the checkout girl had to put them through one by one - don't know about self service though.


This happened to me too...
Finally managed to get £700 (wanted £800 but they ran out). Haven't got my morrisons card yet and no temporary ones in store so will have to add later.

My receipts don't mention points but spoke to head office and apparently they don't? Store said to come back when I've got the card and they'll add them.
Does anyone know if this offer is on after today
Thanks very much OP. Took advantage of this today.
gamblor

Thanks for this! Was contemplating stacking them up for a big purchase at … Thanks for this! Was contemplating stacking them up for a big purchase at Currys this month but this is a very valid point.



​to be fair if that happened I would insist on the manager sorting it with head office there and then. any reasonable person would not expect such a restriction. what if I was asking family to help me buy a TV and to all give £50 cards - it's non sensible.

plus, I paid about 10 of them last time in Curry's with no issue.
prudenza

Thanks very much OP. Took advantage of this today.


Is it still going?
owenjt

Is it still going?



all over
densil

Does anyone know if this offer is on after today



all over
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