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Amex: Spend £20 get 5% off at Waitrose each time
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Amex: Spend £20 get 5% off at Waitrose each time

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Posted 13th Sep 2019

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Spend £20 or more, get 5% back each time

Valid every time for first 15000 cardholders who save offer to card

T&C

  • Spend must be billed to your Card account by 9/10/2019, to be eligible for this offer. If Waitrose & Partners does not charge your Card during this period, e.g. because of a delay in dispatching your goods, you may not be eligible for this offer.
  • Department store concessions are not included in the offer.
  • Spend made with the Cellar, Florist, Garden, Pet, Cookery School, Foreign Currency, and Gifts section are excluded from this offer.
  • Motorway Service stations and petrol filling stations are excluded from this offer.
  • Available in participating store(s) and online at www.waitrose.com.
  • 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.
  • An awarded credit may be reversed if a qualifying transaction is refunded or cancelled. Any misuse, as reasonably determined by us, relating to your redemption of Amex Offers may result in an awarded credit being reversed, and ineligibility from future Amex Offers and other promotions. This reversal may take place up to a maximum of 180 days after the offer campaign end date. Please note that if an awarded credit is reversed after you have paid your bill you may be returned to a negative balance.
  • Credit should appear on your billing statement within 5 days from qualifying spend but may take up to 90 days from 9/10/2019.
  • 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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Interesting - mine is 4% off a £75 spend.
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Interesting - mine is 4% off a £75 spend.
£1 back on £20...
And mine's a £45+ spend
I don’t even get the offer
For comparison, what type of Amex card do people have?I have a preferred rewards gold and it gives 4% of a £75 Waitrose spend.
£75/4% on my gold rewards.
None on my platinum...
Ugh. I never get any of these supermarket offers anymore. I used to get them all the time.
Nothing on my Platinum
£75/4% on my platinum. TBH if I spent £75 at Waitrose I'm probably already spending 4% more than elsewhere.
Monaco.Blue13/09/2019 07:43

For comparison, what type of Amex card do people have?I have a preferred …For comparison, what type of Amex card do people have?I have a preferred rewards gold and it gives 4% of a £75 Waitrose spend.



I have a Platinum Cashback Card
you can also get virgin atlantic points when you shop at waitrose.

not sure how it works.

v-flyer.com/vie…445
Orlando156413/09/2019 06:36

Interesting - mine is 4% off a £75 spend.


Me too. I also have 10% off every transaction at Fortnum & Mason, something I will not use.
anyone lucky enough to work at american express - get 10% off at London vegan pizza café.

special offer at the moment - laughing pig pizza - proceeds sent to pig rescue farm.

To claim: Show us a valid Amex staff ID. Cardholders only.

purezza.co.uk/

10% offer also for students and NHS staff
Edited by: "seb" 13th Sep 2019
If you don't want to spend that much in one go you can buy a gift card to spend later at Waitrose or John Lewis. Not sure if they sell any other gift cards.
£20/5% shows in my BA card

Gold has £75/4%!
Edited by: "xeroc" 13th Sep 2019
gt94sss213/09/2019 09:23

I have a Platinum Cashback Card


Seems so random - solarfusion seems to have the same card. I have a better offer on Morrison’s but tbh I only buy their doughnuts.
Crikey there's actually a retailer who accepts Amex?
pauljanet13/09/2019 12:02

Crikey there's actually a retailer who accepts Amex?


All the big grocery stores do.
nothing at all on my BA amex

to put things into perspective, 5% on 20 is 1 quid... so... *shrug* ok
I’ve had Amex for five years and the number of people who accept it has gone up dramatically in recent years, virtually everyone accepts it now - near me at least.

I’ve got 5%/£20 on my Platinum and 4%/£75 on my BA.
In a way, this offer is useless for me because I can get John Lewis gift cards at a 5% discount from my workplace at any time. Same with Sainsburys.
solarfusion13/09/2019 08:59

if I spent £75 at Waitrose I'm probably already spending 4% more than …if I spent £75 at Waitrose I'm probably already spending 4% more than elsewhere.


Then shop wisely. Buy the special offers, buy the things you can't buy elsewhere, buy anything that offers superior quality such as meat and fish imho. Use your My Waitrose card to get free newspaper and coffee. Buy other things elsewhere, notably fruit and veg from Lidl/Aldi.
Arold14/09/2019 00:14

Then shop wisely. Buy the special offers, buy the things you can't buy …Then shop wisely. Buy the special offers, buy the things you can't buy elsewhere, buy anything that offers superior quality such as meat and fish imho. Use your My Waitrose card to get free newspaper and coffee. Buy other things elsewhere, notably fruit and veg from Lidl/Aldi.


However wisely you shop at Waitrose you can’t escape the fact that it’s much the same food, from the same suppliers, as you’ll find in Aldi and Lidl - but about 40-50% more expensive. Which is why they can afford to send me a regular supply of £8 off £40 vouchers.

Used to spend loads there - now practically nothing, with Aldi taking the lion’s share.
Arold14/09/2019 00:14

Then shop wisely. Buy the special offers, buy the things you can't buy …Then shop wisely. Buy the special offers, buy the things you can't buy elsewhere, buy anything that offers superior quality such as meat and fish imho. Use your My Waitrose card to get free newspaper and coffee. Buy other things elsewhere, notably fruit and veg from Lidl/Aldi.


That's exactly my point. Would struggle to spend £75 in Waitrose doing that though
Newbold14/09/2019 07:33

However wisely you shop at Waitrose you can’t escape the fact that it’s muc …However wisely you shop at Waitrose you can’t escape the fact that it’s much the same food, from the same suppliers, as you’ll find in Aldi and Lidl - but about 40-50% more expensive. Which is why they can afford to send me a regular supply of £8 off £40 vouchers.Used to spend loads there - now practically nothing, with Aldi taking the lion’s share.


Branded goods are the same, of course, but fresh products like meat, fish and cheese certainly aren't. And there are many things you can't buy in Aldi/Lidl. Just this morning, I bought croissants, fruit & veg, oats, natural yoghurt, etc. in Lidl. But then went across the road to Waitrose for chicken and cheese, half-price beef, half-price Momo porridge, 1/3 off G&B chocolate, half-price Shreddies, half-price Activia, stoneground wholemeal bread flour, free Telegraph, free cup of coffee, and more.

Few people are more careful with their money than I am, but I still spend a lot more in Waitrose than Lidl.
Arold14/09/2019 10:40

Branded goods are the same, of course, but fresh products like meat, fish …Branded goods are the same, of course, but fresh products like meat, fish and cheese certainly aren't. And there are many things you can't buy in Aldi/Lidl. Just this morning, I bought croissants, fruit & veg, oats, natural yoghurt, etc. in Lidl. But then went across the road to Waitrose for chicken and cheese, half-price beef, half-price Momo porridge, 1/3 off G&B chocolate, half-price Shreddies, half-price Activia, stoneground wholemeal bread flour, free Telegraph, free cup of coffee, and more. Few people are more careful with their money than I am, but I still spend a lot more in Waitrose than Lidl.


Lidl ‘Shreddies’ (indistinguishable from the original) 625g for 89p.
So-called Waitrose half price Shreddies 415g for £1.05.

I suppose it depends how much you’re prepared to overpay just for a name on a box. By the way, the Aldi Stilton comes from the same creamery as the M&S Stilton. Same cheese, but less than half the price.

The secret to shopping wisely is not to allow yourself to be taken in by the big brands.
Better offers on a Halifax card....

...with better benefits.
I wait for £8 off £40 and then do bigger shopping in Waitrose. No promo on my Amex. I get some useless ones.
y-oh-y15/09/2019 09:45

Better offers on a Halifax card.......with better benefits.


What benefits does a Halifax card have?
Thanks @gt94sss2 , 5% off a £45 spend for me on our British Airways Premium Plus
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