Amazon - Dash Button £1.99 Amazon Prime Exclusive
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Amazon - Dash Button £1.99 Amazon Prime Exclusive

£1.99£4.9960%Amazon Deals
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Found 13th Jul
it's back, buy a dash button for £1.99 and get £4.99 credit off your first press

e.g listerine:
amazon.co.uk/gp/…JTQ
buy button for £1.99 set it up to buy 1L listerine cool mint for £3 (credit),
amazon.co.uk/gp/…JM0, and have credit of £1.99 to be taken off your next purchase (any item sold by amazon)

in this case you are effectively getting the dash button and listerine free and saving the credit for your next purchase

not all dash buttons work out to be a great deal however, so check before you buy

check youtube, but i remember the buttons could be "hacked" and reconfigured to do other smart things
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Hahahahahahah. I bought nearly every single button. Whichever gentleman let this pass as an idea needs knighting. These are the fridge magnets I've been waiting for.
How much Heineken for 1.99
OP, your argument for the 'free' Listerine only works if you would actually pay £4.99 for the button. Surely no-one on this site would actually do that? The cool mint Listerine is currently on offer for £3 as an add-on, but there is no guarantee that it will be when you get the button. Even then it'll still mean that you're paying £1.99 for it, not free. Think I'd rather play safe and buy the same thing in Asda for £3.
which dash buttons would make the corresponding credit value as effectively free?
Actually just re-read the offer. Says £4.99 credit after first press. Does that mean that the £4.99 won't actually be deducted from the first order, but that you have to make a second dash purchase to benefit? If so, then this deal is even worse the at first glance. I bought s couple a few years ago on a similar offer. The range of products available was shocking, and often Amazon themselves were selling identical stuff cheaper, although perhaps in different quantities, that couldn't be ordered with Dash. Total rip-off.
holeymoley1822 m ago

Actually just re-read the offer. Says £4.99 credit after first press. Does …Actually just re-read the offer. Says £4.99 credit after first press. Does that mean that the £4.99 won't actually be deducted from the first order, but that you have to make a second dash purchase to benefit? If so, then this deal is even worse the at first glance. I bought s couple a few years ago on a similar offer. The range of products available was shocking, and often Amazon themselves were selling identical stuff cheaper, although perhaps in different quantities, that couldn't be ordered with Dash. Total rip-off.


Seeing as you don't understand the deal in either of your comment, maybe you shouldn't call it a rip off. Hot from me Op
nougat4 m ago

Seeing as you don't understand the deal in either of your comment, maybe …Seeing as you don't understand the deal in either of your comment, maybe you shouldn't call it a rip off. Hot from me Op


Help me out then.
holeymoley1817 m ago

Help me out then.


Buy button. You've paid £1.99 for the button with £4.99 credit.
Set up to buy £3 product and then click button. You've paid £1.99 for button and product, but you still have £1.99 credit.
So you've got free button, free product and your £1.99 that you started with (albeit tied up as Amazon credit).
holeymoley1820 m ago

Help me out then.


It takes £4.99 off the first order. However, that's not what the real deal is with this. These buttons can be hacked for home automation, so for only £1.99 it's a bargain for a light switch, or something that can turn your Christmas tree lights on!
joshm20 m ago

Buy button. You've paid £1.99 for the button with £4.99 credit.Set up to b …Buy button. You've paid £1.99 for the button with £4.99 credit.Set up to buy £3 product and then click button. You've paid £1.99 for button and product, but you still have £1.99 credit.So you've got free button, free product and your £1.99 that you started with (albeit tied up as Amazon credit).


Thanks. Makes a bit more sense, and perhaps works better with other buttons, but surely with the Listerine example you still have to spend £20 as it is only available as an add-on, or will the Dash by-pass that restriction?
holeymoley189 m ago

Thanks. Makes a bit more sense, and perhaps works better with other …Thanks. Makes a bit more sense, and perhaps works better with other buttons, but surely with the Listerine example you still have to spend £20 as it is only available as an add-on, or will the Dash by-pass that restriction?


Dash will bypass it, like Alexa does.
What an egregious waste of materials these things are.
jamie01524 m ago

Dash will bypass it, like Alexa does.


I thought they had stopped the Alexa loophole?
On prime day these drop to 99p normally.
Did this on prime day a couple of years back. It was 99p for the button, with 4.99 credit.
(for example) I got a Right Guard one, 6 pack of deodorant was a about £6 at the time, so I got it and the button for £2.
The product range on the dash buttons isn't great and the items are usually more expensive than just picking up your phone and ordering from Amazon, a bit like their subscribe and save when prices sneak up between times and they hope you leave it active.

On the other hand,one of the others (fairy?) there was only 2 items listed, something like non bio washing power and liquid. Both big packets for £12 and £20 or something, not a great deal, I never used it. I was planning to do some home automation stuff with them, but never got around to it.
holeymoley182 h, 24 m ago

Help me out then.


Basically ignore what you think you know and read the description properly it pretty much sums it up
i take it once youve used the listerine credit, you cant buy another and use it again. The terms dont say you cant but seems unlikely
When you buy Amazon Dash Button for £1.99 and you press it for the first time, we will deduct the same £4.99 amount from your first order placed with Dash Button on Amazon.co.uk
The deduction applies only one time per Dash Button

Also i notice no rush credit isnt on it anymore
Edited by: "davidian84" 13th Jul
nougat2 h, 10 m ago

Basically ignore what you think you know and read the description properly …Basically ignore what you think you know and read the description properly it pretty much sums it up


Helpful. Cheers.
Corranga3 h, 31 m ago

Did this on prime day a couple of years back. It was 99p for the button, …Did this on prime day a couple of years back. It was 99p for the button, with 4.99 credit. (for example) I got a Right Guard one, 6 pack of deodorant was a about £6 at the time, so I got it and the button for £2.The product range on the dash buttons isn't great and the items are usually more expensive than just picking up your phone and ordering from Amazon, a bit like their subscribe and save when prices sneak up between times and they hope you leave it active.On the other hand,one of the others (fairy?) there was only 2 items listed, something like non bio washing power and liquid. Both big packets for £12 and £20 or something, not a great deal, I never used it. I was planning to do some home automation stuff with them, but never got around to it.


I wouldn't hold out for 99p
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don't forget the free aaa batterie inside. Duracell ones
i ordered my play doh dash button after reading this post, and after i setup the dash button, i felt being cheated by amazon, a i’ve been shown the play doh set will cost £5.99, however, when the button is set, the price shown for the same product is £8.00, that mean if i buy the same product through dash button (same product source from amazon) it will cost me £2 more! what a stupid joke!
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jaffeling3 h, 31 m ago

i ordered my play doh dash button after reading this post, and after i …i ordered my play doh dash button after reading this post, and after i setup the dash button, i felt being cheated by amazon, a i’ve been shown the play doh set will cost £5.99, however, when the button is set, the price shown for the same product is £8.00, that mean if i buy the same product through dash button (same product source from amazon) it will cost me £2 more! what a stupid joke! [Image] [Image]


The item in the bottom screenshot is not sold by Amazon but by Sash Products and Fulfilled by Amazon. Dash only works with Amazon sold products, and Amazon are selling that item for £8.
Edited by: "jamie015" 14th Jul
I’ve got loads of these used dash buttons from previous deals. Is there anyway to send them back for recycling?
mcbain30 m ago

I’ve got loads of these used dash buttons from previous deals. Is there a …I’ve got loads of these used dash buttons from previous deals. Is there anyway to send them back for recycling?


Smash it and take the Duracell batteries out first!
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