Amazon Student Members: Buy Dash Button for £2.49 and get £4.99 to use after your first press
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Amazon Student Members: Buy Dash Button for £2.49 and get £4.99 to use after your first press

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Found 13th AprMade hot 13th Apr
I imagine there's a few "students" on here so a free £2.50 can't be sniffed at!

From 13 April, 2017, Amazon Student members can get 50% off their next purchase of an Amazon Dash Button on this page by entering the promo code STUDENTDASH at checkout (the “Offer”). Buy it for £2.49 and get £4.99 to use after your first press.

The Offer only applies to items dispatched from and sold by Amazon at the website amazon.co.uk. Each customer can claim a maximum of one Offer. The Offer does not apply to purchases made from Amazon’s Warehouse Deals or from third-party sellers on the Amazon Marketplace. This Offer ends at 23:59 GMT on 19 April, 2017. Promotional and Amazon Dash Button Terms & Conditions apply.

How to claim:

Sign in to your Amazon Student account or join Amazon Student.
Add one of the selected products on the page amazon.co.uk/b?i…031 (each an “Eligible Item”) to your Shopping Basket by clicking the “Add to Basket” button.
When you’re done shopping, click the “Proceed to Checkout” button.
At checkout, enter promo code STUDENTDASH in the “Gift Cards and Promotional Codes” box. The Offer will be applied at checkout, reducing the price of the Eligible Item by 50%.
If you proceed to checkout with more than one Eligible Item in your basket, the Offer will apply to the cheapest Eligible Item only.
After you buy an Amazon Dash Button and press it for the first time, we will deduct £4.99 amount from your first order on Amazon.co.uk as long as the order results in an actual purchase. Amazon Dash Button Terms & Conditions apply.

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Original Poster

moneysavingkitten

Wondering who will turn up if I press this...Might be worth a punt.



My Hermes

Wondering who will turn up if I press this...

https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51LNPwHbHrL._SL1000_.jpg

Might be worth a punt.
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First of all, heat for the deal as it is cheaper than usual, etc, etc.
So the dash button orders just what is on it? Don't get why someone would continuously buy Nerf or Play Doh so often that it is a must that it can be ordered at the click of a button. I have Echo dots and I'm sure you can buy stuff on that, I'd rather confirm the price I am paying when checking out on my mobile or laptop.
These seem like a solution to a problem that doesn't exist.
Amazon seem to be sticking with these, so there must be some merit in this product....I just can't see what it is.
I assume the battery will either need replacing or recharging, and if you're like me you'll check the prices before purchase and won't necessarily buy the product from Amazon each time.
Genuinely, do any of you find these useful? Do you have any tips of how they can be useful?

i still don't get the point of these

kencol

First of all, heat for the deal as it is cheaper than usual, etc, etc.So … First of all, heat for the deal as it is cheaper than usual, etc, etc.So the dash button orders just what is on it? Don't get why someone would continuously buy Nerf or Play Doh so often that it is a must that it can be ordered at the click of a button. I have Echo dots and I'm sure you can buy stuff on that, I'd rather confirm the price I am paying when checking out on my mobile or laptop.These seem like a solution to a problem that doesn't exist. Amazon seem to be sticking with these, so there must be some merit in this product....I just can't see what it is.I assume the battery will either need replacing or recharging, and if you're like me you'll check the prices before purchase and won't necessarily buy the product from Amazon each time.Genuinely, do any of you find these useful? Do you have any tips of how they can be useful?



I know many people who simply don't care about price differences and value time/ convenience above all.
Also lots of people still struggle to use the Amazon website, I know several older people who can only use 1-click-order otherwise they're completely flummoxed so this sort of thing works for them.
They're not for me at all but there's certainly a few circumstances I can see why they exist

kencol

First of all, heat for the deal as it is cheaper than usual, etc, etc.So … First of all, heat for the deal as it is cheaper than usual, etc, etc.So the dash button orders just what is on it? Don't get why someone would continuously buy Nerf or Play Doh so often that it is a must that it can be ordered at the click of a button. I have Echo dots and I'm sure you can buy stuff on that, I'd rather confirm the price I am paying when checking out on my mobile or laptop.These seem like a solution to a problem that doesn't exist. Amazon seem to be sticking with these, so there must be some merit in this product....I just can't see what it is.I assume the battery will either need replacing or recharging, and if you're like me you'll check the prices before purchase and won't necessarily buy the product from Amazon each time.Genuinely, do any of you find these useful? Do you have any tips of how they can be useful?



​I read previously on a thread on HUKD that these can be "hacked" and reprogrammed to be used as switches for smart lighting. So stick somewhere in the room and click, lights on. Click, lights off. But haven't managed to find out how to do it yet. Cheaper than aquora things at £30 each.
Edited by: "furiousjammin" 13th Apr

Wondering who will turn up if I press this...

https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51LNPwHbHrL._SL1000_.jpg

Might be worth a punt.

Original Poster

moneysavingkitten

Wondering who will turn up if I press this...Might be worth a punt.



My Hermes

Apogee00

My Hermes



If only Amazon don't use them in our area any more.

Bloody students!

Like others I can't see the point in these , are people really that lazy that they can't go on the Amazon app or website , add the product they want to the basket and go through checkout, or use 1 click purchasing ...Is a dedicated button really necessary...I guess only for people who don't care about money?

Amazon Marketing Department: Give it to the 'kids', they will make this **** seem trendy and normal.
Slavery for the new generation?

Thanks for sharing!

Does anyone know if I already used, let's say, a Dettol button would I still get a discount if I bought a new one?

Firstly, good deal so heat from me. These were available in America at least last year so Amazon will know there is demand. I can't help but feel it's lazy and not for me, I like nothing more than hunting out the best deal on HUKD

Hmm could you hack this into a wireless wifi doorbell?
Edited by: "disciple" 14th Apr

Grabbed 20 of these when they launched at 99p with a 4.99 credit on them. Saving £4 on orders.

Great for household items I'd have bought anyway

Only for fake students. Have to pretend to be student to get at good price. Negative.

People in the UK are guinea pigs for all such unwanted solutions for which problem doesn't exists. Resulting which market changes so quickly, joblessness is increasing, people who are working in this industry can't stick to one set off skills at a time. This is just BS. Back to dash buttons by amazon is one such thing it's just trying to push into the uk. No one has issues of supplies running out at home that they can't just pick it up from a neighbourhood store and can't order in their online grocery. Say no to amazon dash buttons

I actually might have some use for those. From time to time I run out of non bio washing machine capsules and I'm going to give that a go.

Edited by: "iammienta" 24th Apr

moneysavingkitten

Wondering who will turn up if I press this...Might be worth a punt.



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Gozer



*shudder*
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