Amex - £100 off £149.99 spend at Naked Wines
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Amex - £100 off £149.99 spend at Naked Wines

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Found 3rd Nov 2015
Seems better than the type of voucher you'd get in an Amazon order, but not sure I'm convinced. May be of use to some....

Spend £149.99+ and get £100 off at Naked Wines. Click "Get this offer" to reveal code to use at checkout online and pay with your American Express Card. Valid once per Card for the first 1K redeemers by 23/12/15.

You need to use the code 'AMEX2115' at checkout.

Valid when shopping online or when ordering by phone (01603 281 869) until 23/12/15 by quoting the promo-code at checkout. Full payment must be made on an American Express Card. The offer is only valid for new customers to Naked Wines, only for UK residents aged 18 and over. Offer not valid on gift cards or gift certificates. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers or promotions.

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I love the Amex promotions but I have to say that I have never known a company pursue me relentlessly to the extent Naked Wines did. I got a promo code and the wine was decent and relatively inexpensive, then the phone calls started. Every day, several times a day for weeks on end. If I answered (not often) I lost chunks of my life being sold to.

In the end I blocked the number - it really is that bad.

Just so you know
Had the same experience with naked wines. Good value and good product but relentless tele-marketing afterwards. However that was a couple of years ago and they may have changed their strategy since then. Considering giving them another go by using this offer...
Similar experience here - though my view of the wines was that they were very average, but sold at artificially inflated prices.

The whole website had the feel of emperor's clothes and hype to it. If you think Tesco artificially inflates wine prices, you should see what this lot do to them!
Interestingly, £140 is what Amex intended charging me just to renew my Gold card for another year - so I promptly dumped them
Added 12 bottles of prosecco, total was £66.87 after discount.
£5.58 per bottle. Roughly the same as Aldi
samani

Added 12 bottles of prosecco, total was £66.87 after discount.£5.58 per b … Added 12 bottles of prosecco, total was £66.87 after discount.£5.58 per bottle. Roughly the same as Aldi


And I'm pretty confident you'll find it much the same, in terms of quality, as Aldi too. Most of the positive reviews on the Naked website are from gullible people imagining that because they've paid a high price the quality of the wine is equally high. The emperor's clothes factor.
not working for me... might have run out of cases?
Gotta say I've been a Naked Wines 'angel' for a couple of years and think they're brilliant. They price honestly (not so much Emperor's clothes....more giving the wine maker a fair wage I say - unlike the supermarket scoundrels who use low wine prices as a loss leader) and I've never had a headache from a bottle of their wine. Delicious wine, great value
lovelondonlovelife

Gotta say I've been a Naked Wines 'angel' for a couple of years and think … Gotta say I've been a Naked Wines 'angel' for a couple of years and think they're brilliant. They price honestly (not so much Emperor's clothes....more giving the wine maker a fair wage I say - unlike the supermarket scoundrels who use low wine prices as a loss leader) and I've never had a headache from a bottle of their wine. Delicious wine, great value


Sounds almost as if you're working on Naked's behalf, having just signed up today, specially to make that one post.
lovelondonlovelife

Gotta say I've been a Naked Wines 'angel' for a couple of years and think … Gotta say I've been a Naked Wines 'angel' for a couple of years and think they're brilliant. They price honestly (not so much Emperor's clothes....more giving the wine maker a fair wage I say - unlike the supermarket scoundrels who use low wine prices as a loss leader) and I've never had a headache from a bottle of their wine. Delicious wine, great value



Joined today, one post, praising the company. Not suspicious at all.
especially as over 2 years later, it's still their only post. (was reseacrhing this offer today - think I'll pass!)
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