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Amazon top up £60 get £3 for free (Selected Accounts)
Amazon top up £60 get £3 for free (Selected Accounts)

Amazon top up £60 get £3 for free (Selected Accounts)

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Usual selected accounts only but worth trying as its £3 for toping up with £60

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Heat, Works for me for once!

And me, thanks OP

Heated as I get getting anything extra is good but geez this is stingy, on prime day you got £5 for buying a £30 gift card and there has been a £10 for £25 deal though I wasn't eligible for it. Basically you have to spend (or at least commit) a lot of cash for a comparatively small amount back but I guess if you are planning a spend on Amazon anyway it could be worth it....

Worked for me. Excellent! Heat added

I think most people on here get the 5% 'student' discount anyway

Sorry mate, but that one is expired...

The Promo Code is valid until 11 June, 2016 11:59PM (BST).

anonimousse

An alternative: £6 promo code for £60


Not sure why I added £60 account credit for £3 free but I did..

Bloody HUKD haha cheers OP

free £3. Thank you very much.

3 / 60 = 5% Objectively speaking, that's pretty good; but £60 feels like a lot and £3 feels like not so much.

Makes the Amex 5 / 20 = 25% look very good.

MichaelLi

3 / 60 = 5% Objectively speaking, that's pretty good; but £60 feels like a … 3 / 60 = 5% Objectively speaking, that's pretty good; but £60 feels like a lot and £3 feels like not so much.Makes the Amex 5 / 20 = 25% look very good.



Yes, but if you use your Amex card to do the update then both offers are triggered. Worked for me anyway.

Excellent. Thanks! Just so you know guyz, expiry date of the top-up is 10 years

lucas

I think most people on here get the 5% 'student' discount anyway


5% Student discount you say? Enlighten me...

Valiantcat

5% Student discount you say? Enlighten me...



And me

Helpful567

And me


purchase a cheap online or Ecareers course (example) and sign up to NUS stating ecareers as the course

nus.org.uk/en/…on/

Amazon Student offers an extra 5% off at amazon.co.uk for NUS Extra cardholders.

Join Amazon Student for a six-month trial of unlimited One-Day Delivery, Prime Video and Prime Music and enjoy an extra 5% saving on millions of products on Amazon.co.uk. Pay nothing until your trial ends, when you can convert to half-price Amazon Prime for just £39/year.





Edited by: "watson44" 7th Aug 2016

Seems great for Amazon, guaranteed £60 worth of sales for a loss of £3.

I wasn't lucky this time

this is only the second time i have qualified for one of these. purchased!

edit:
yes its not a massive saving, but heres an example, being with amazon student i get the 5% off any amazon item. so thanks to this offer i have £66.15 to spend rather than £60 meaning i get 10% extra, with amazon selling almost anything know its £6 thats better in my pocket than theirs.
Edited by: "danboi63" 8th Aug 2016

watson44

purchase a cheap online or Ecareers course (example) and sign up to NUS … purchase a cheap online or Ecareers course (example) and sign up to NUS stating ecareers as the coursehttp://www.nus.org.uk/en/nus-extra/discounts/save-5-on-even-more-at-amazon/Amazon Student offers an extra 5% off at amazon.co.uk for NUS Extra cardholders.Join Amazon Student for a six-month trial of unlimited One-Day Delivery, Prime Video and Prime Music and enjoy an extra 5% saving on millions of products on Amazon.co.uk. Pay nothing until your trial ends, when you can convert to half-price Amazon Prime for just £39/year.



Is the discount automatically applied? I signed up to prime with my student card but not noticed an extra 5% coming off purchases?

BARKMAN

Is the discount automatically applied? I signed up to prime with my … Is the discount automatically applied? I signed up to prime with my student card but not noticed an extra 5% coming off purchases?



You have to have a verified NUS account. Once you do, goto the Amazon page on the NUS website. You will get a promo code to put in the box at checkout. Once you've applied it for the first time, it will auto-apply it thereafter

Seriously Pft....any other company being so missely would get panned on here

Only £3 but I was thinking of putting some money away for Xmas anyway so every little helps, you can get books, etc for about £3 so I'm looking at this as a prompt to put some money away and getting a free present into the bargain

Worked for me, a little freebie doesn't hurt and I order enough stuff from amazon to make it worth it.

xeroc

You have to have a verified NUS account. Once you do, goto the Amazon … You have to have a verified NUS account. Once you do, goto the Amazon page on the NUS website. You will get a promo code to put in the box at checkout. Once you've applied it for the first time, it will auto-apply it thereafter



Amazing! Thanks for your help. If only I knew this months ago

afaik taking up this offer will lock you out of eligibility for similar offers for 24 months, so better to wait til it's a better % bonus

watson44

purchase a cheap online or Ecareers course (example) and sign up to NUS … purchase a cheap online or Ecareers course (example) and sign up to NUS stating ecareers as the coursehttp://www.nus.org.uk/en/nus-extra/discounts/save-5-on-even-more-at-amazon/Amazon Student offers an extra 5% off at amazon.co.uk for NUS Extra cardholders.Join Amazon Student for a six-month trial of unlimited One-Day Delivery, Prime Video and Prime Music and enjoy an extra 5% saving on millions of products on Amazon.co.uk. Pay nothing until your trial ends, when you can convert to half-price Amazon Prime for just £39/year.




Is the 5% one time discount or for every shopping? Is there a discount limit? Thanks

I also did it, just for £3 extra, anyway it will be used soon. thanks

Works well with the Amex deal if others have that, so get £3 extra from Amazon and another £5 from amex for spending £20.

watson44

purchase a cheap online or Ecareers course (example) and sign up to NUS … purchase a cheap online or Ecareers course (example) and sign up to NUS stating ecareers as the coursehttp://www.nus.org.uk/en/nus-extra/discounts/save-5-on-even-more-at-amazon/Amazon Student offers an extra 5% off at amazon.co.uk for NUS Extra cardholders.Join Amazon Student for a six-month trial of unlimited One-Day Delivery, Prime Video and Prime Music and enjoy an extra 5% saving on millions of products on Amazon.co.uk. Pay nothing until your trial ends, when you can convert to half-price Amazon Prime for just £39/year.



Yes! Signed up to the course for a tenner and will become a member of the NUS tomorrow. Nice one - thank you

5%? Nah. Not worth it.

Worked.
Thanks OP.
Heat added.

watson44

purchase a cheap online or Ecareers course (example) and sign up to NUS … purchase a cheap online or Ecareers course (example) and sign up to NUS stating ecareers as the coursehttp://www.nus.org.uk/en/nus-extra/discounts/save-5-on-even-more-at-amazon/Amazon Student offers an extra 5% off at amazon.co.uk for NUS Extra cardholders.Join Amazon Student for a six-month trial of unlimited One-Day Delivery, Prime Video and Prime Music and enjoy an extra 5% saving on millions of products on Amazon.co.uk. Pay nothing until your trial ends, when you can convert to half-price Amazon Prime for just £39/year.



Does this method give you a .ac.uk email address though? A couple of years ago when I had a NUS card I tried to apply for Amazon student but they required that an .ac.uk email address be entered that you had to receive a test email on but I couldn't proceed as it is several years since I was a student so have lost access to my .ac.uk email....

For 5% not really worth it unless you are buying something any for about £60 that you don't need credit card protection for

Pogsta

Yes! Signed up to the course for a tenner and will become a member of the … Yes! Signed up to the course for a tenner and will become a member of the NUS tomorrow. Nice one - thank you


Do you know how much it is to sign up to nus?

ndksamb

Do you know how much it is to sign up to nus?



£12

ST3123

Does this method give you a .ac.uk email address though? A couple of … Does this method give you a .ac.uk email address though? A couple of years ago when I had a NUS card I tried to apply for Amazon student but they required that an .ac.uk email address be entered that you had to receive a test email on but I couldn't proceed as it is several years since I was a student so have lost access to my .ac.uk email....



Just email customer service with a photo of your NUS card and they will sort it for you.

bnwubnfguisr

Is the 5% one time discount or for every shopping? Is there a discount … Is the 5% one time discount or for every shopping? Is there a discount limit? Thanks



Yes there is a limit of £1500 of value of goods. And i think it's capped at £75 value of goods per transaction.

Cant wait to spend my free £3

boss911999

Just email customer service with a photo of your NUS card and they will … Just email customer service with a photo of your NUS card and they will sort it for you.



When I tried to convert my account into a student one (without a .ac.uk address), they were asking for loads of supporting documents. are you sure they only need the photo id of the NUS extra card? thanks

boss911999

Just email customer service with a photo of your NUS card and they will … Just email customer service with a photo of your NUS card and they will sort it for you.



That's great thanks. Could you please confirm, which email address you used for Amazon? as they have different ones for different departments and I don't know if there is a special one for Amazon student enquiries?

MichaelLi

3 / 60 = 5% Objectively speaking, that's pretty good; but £60 feels like a … 3 / 60 = 5% Objectively speaking, that's pretty good; but £60 feels like a lot and £3 feels like not so much.Makes the Amex 5 / 20 = 25% look very good.



Does this stack if you use your Amex for a £60 top up? Anyone?
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