Amex offering 5% cash back on all Halfords purchases in store only (Account Specific)
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Amex offering 5% cash back on all Halfords purchases in store only (Account Specific)

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Found 24th Aug 2017
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I know not too many of us shop at Halfords but there have been a few good tool offers lately so any over the next couple of weeks you could have a further 5% off.
In store only until 13th September

Offer valid every time.Halfords Autocentres and orders paid on finance are excluded from the offer.Payment is required in full on the American Express Card to which the offer is saved.Offer only applies to spend made in Great British Pound (GBP) on the Card to which the offer is saved, including an American Express Card loaded into a mobile payment wallet.Offer does not apply to spend on other Cards you might hold and is not valid for transactions made using Payment Aggregators including, but not limited to, PayPal.An awarded credit may be reversed if qualifying transaction is refunded or cancelled.Credit should appear on your billing statement within 5 days from qualifying spend but may take up to 90 days from 13 September 2017.For full offer terms and more details about statement credits click here . By saving the offer to your Card, you agree to the offer terms
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Better than nothing, but Amex hasn't had a classic year for offers (IMHO).

Never mind, Shop Small is only a few months away.
(roll on 2nd December)
I got 3%
thanks OP
3% with a minimum spend of £40 on mine
Not on my Lloyd's one. They rarely have offers :-(
I don't buy stuff from Halfords (but have 5% in my account), but I didn't even know that these existed, so you can have heat for bringing this to my attention.

Annoyingly, I appear to have a 1% credit on Airbnb. I discover this a week after I paid £800 for an Airbnb for a stag party and £400 for a week away with the lady. Alas. At least its only about £12 between the two.

Its weird, that Airbnb one is surely a targeted one based on my spending (I tend to use them quite a lot) and a few others in there seem to be targeted too, but some are for companies I've never heard of. I wonder if you get better/different deals based on what you've previously spent/used? So if you've previously used the 5% off at Halfords (or shopped regularly with them), you only get 3%, because its less valuable to Halfords as you're already a regular customer?
3% on my card, min spend £40
Podge32 m ago

I don't buy stuff from Halfords (but have 5% in my account), but I didn't …I don't buy stuff from Halfords (but have 5% in my account), but I didn't even know that these existed, so you can have heat for bringing this to my attention.Annoyingly, I appear to have a 1% credit on Airbnb. I discover this a week after I paid £800 for an Airbnb for a stag party and £400 for a week away with the lady. Alas. At least its only about £12 between the two. Its weird, that Airbnb one is surely a targeted one based on my spending (I tend to use them quite a lot) and a few others in there seem to be targeted too, but some are for companies I've never heard of. I wonder if you get better/different deals based on what you've previously spent/used? So if you've previously used the 5% off at Halfords (or shopped regularly with them), you only get 3%, because its less valuable to Halfords as you're already a regular customer?



airbnb has been on mine for ever, and ive never used it. think its almost random. Halfords is good for me now tho, need oil for the car and a new battery
Why rely on Amex?
There is a great prepaid card that is free to use and pays permanently 6% on Halfords and M&S purchases, 5% B&Q, 4% Argos and many others: pockit.com/cas…ck/
grumbler4 h, 50 m ago

Why rely on Amex?There is a great prepaid card that is free to use and …Why rely on Amex?There is a great prepaid card that is free to use and pays permanently 6% on Halfords and M&S purchases, 5% B&Q, 4% Argos and many others: https://www.pockit.com/cashback/

i was just about to state the same, i use pockit all the time for the cashback at the retailers you have mentioned.
Podge17 h, 49 m ago

Its weird, that Airbnb one is surely a targeted one based on my spending …Its weird, that Airbnb one is surely a targeted one based on my spending (I tend to use them quite a lot) and a few others in there seem to be targeted too, but some are for companies I've never heard of. I wonder if you get better/different deals based on what you've previously spent/used? So if you've previously used the 5% off at Halfords (or shopped regularly with them), you only get 3%, because its less valuable to Halfords as you're already a regular customer?


I have the same Airbnb offer even though I have never used them before so it's a general offer and not targeted at people who have.
Edited by: "Robbo11" 25th Aug 2017
On my Amex spg it's 5% cash back and on ba pp Amex it's 3%.
sola3517 h, 8 m ago

i was just about to state the same, i use pockit all the time for the …i was just about to state the same, i use pockit all the time for the cashback at the retailers you have mentioned.

Reason why people use Amex is flexibility and ease of earning rewards points which can be moved or redeemed to plethora of hotel and airline partners. In particular avios, mNm, virgin, hhonors, spg, ihg etc
Proj8 m ago

Reason why people use Amex is flexibility and ease of earning rewards …Reason why people use Amex is flexibility and ease of earning rewards points which can be moved or redeemed to plethora of hotel and airline partners. In particular avios, mNm, virgin, hhonors, spg, ihg etc

yes i have amex as well, i use it sometimes where its excepted that is , which is mainly big stores and company's due to the excessive charges they have, also i try to use it to get back the £25 per year rip off charge they make for having the card in the first place.
Topcashback as well for click and collect.
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