Extra £6 for free when you buy £50 worth of Amazon Gift Cards - New gift Card Customers (use gmail for that bit!)  @ Amazon
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Extra £6 for free when you buy £50 worth of Amazon Gift Cards - New gift Card Customers (use gmail for that bit!) @ Amazon

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Posted 17th Aug
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Offer Details
Get a £6 promo code for your next Amazon order when you spend £50 or more on Amazon.co.uk Gift Cards.
Offer is limited to new Gift Card customers.
Offer has a limit of one reward per Amazon account.

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Terms & Conditions
Receive a £6 promotional code for a future Amazon.co.uk retail order when you purchase at least £50 in Amazon.co.uk Gift Cards and Gift Vouchers ("GCs") in a single order on Amazon.co.uk by 30 September 2019 ("Offer"). In order to qualify for the £6 promotional code, you must: (1) not have purchased GCs in the last 36 months; (2) click the button 'Click to register for the promotion' to see if you're eligible for the Offer, and if you are; (3) purchase at least £50 of GCs in a single order on Amazon.co.uk between 1 February 2019 and 30 September 2019, 11:59 PM (BST).
In the case of e-mail GCs scheduled in advance, the GCs need to be delivered before 30 September 2019.
For qualifying purchases, a promotional code of £6 ("Promo Code") will be automatically applied to your account and confirmed by e-mail within 48 hours after your GC order has been dispatched. The Promo Code will be applied to the Amazon.co.uk account associated with the e-mail address used to purchase the GCs, and the Promo Code is valid until 15 November 2019, 11:59PM (GMT).
One Promo Code per customer/primary e-mail address.
The Promo Code must be redeemed at our website, towards the purchase of products listed on and sold by Amazon.co.uk. Promotions & Deals Terms & Conditions apply.
The Promo Code may not be combined with any other promotional offer. Amazon reserves the right to modify or cancel the Offer at any time. The Promo Code is void if copied or transferred and where prohibited by law. Any other use constitutes fraud.
In the event of a return, promotional savings may be deducted from your refund.
Amazon may change or withdraw this promotion at any time.
GCs may be redeemed on the Amazon.co.uk website towards the purchase of eligible products listed and sold by Amazon.co.uk or any other seller selling through Amazon.co.uk. GC balances must be used within 10 years of the date of issuance. GCs cannot be reloaded, resold, transferred for value, redeemed for cash or applied to any other account. Amazon.co.uk is not responsible if a GC is lost, stolen, destroyed or used without permission. For complete terms and conditions, see amazon.co.uk/gc-…gal. GCs are issued by Amazon EU S.à.r.l. All Amazon ®, ™ & © are IP of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates.
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I know it is in the description but it's worth highlighting step 4, only valid on items sold by and dispatched by amazon uk
Edited by: "thomasleep" 17th Aug
TristanDeCoonha17/08/2019 23:14

Don't forget that with Gmail addresses, you can put a "." in the prefix so …Don't forget that with Gmail addresses, you can put a "." in the prefix so that it looks different, but google will still deliver.Otherwise, sign up for FREE disposable addresses using Blur at abine dot com. I have used their service for a few years now without problems.


You can also add a "+" to address and gmail will ignore everything after it. For example, my email address is firstname.lastname@gmail.com but if I can sign up to a new Amazon account with firstname.lastname+amazon@gmail.com and then another Amazon account with firstname.lastname+Amazon2@gmail.com. All emails will still come through to your gmail address but will appear unique with any website you use.
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I know it is in the description but it's worth highlighting step 4, only valid on items sold by and dispatched by amazon uk
Edited by: "thomasleep" 17th Aug
Could you, with a NEW (use gmail for that bit!) account, buy a gift card and then send it to your main account?? Gaining the extra £6.. ??

Oh and of note :- the Promo Code is valid until 15 November 2019, 11:59PM (GMT)..
Making Mr Jeff Rich.?... NO THANKS
Can't see anywhere to click on to see whether I'm entitled to the bonus.
Forgottenshopper17/08/2019 18:08

Could you, with a NEW (use gmail for that bit!) account, buy a gift card …Could you, with a NEW (use gmail for that bit!) account, buy a gift card and then send it to your main account?? Gaining the extra £6.. ??Oh and of note :- the Promo Code is valid until 15 November 2019, 11:59PM (GMT)..


Did not think of that, but have used up my "2" goes at it!! Might work, not sure how the stacking works on adding as opposed to gifting it to another account
1616french17/08/2019 18:23

Can't see anywhere to click on to see whether I'm entitled to the bonus.


Follow the link, sign up, add £50 gift card to your cart, get the £6 free in your promotional balance section
Toon_army17/08/2019 18:23

He's already rich


Lost a chunk since Oct 2018, as in over $30bil, but I guess when you get into the 9 zero's club, it makes no odds, what number is before them!!!

singhisking6817/08/2019 18:17

Making Mr Jeff Rich.?... NO THANKS


Did you mean "richer"
bitcoin517/08/2019 18:35

Follow the link, sign up, add £50 gift card to your cart, get the £6 free i …Follow the link, sign up, add £50 gift card to your cart, get the £6 free in your promotional balance section


Receive a £6 promotional code for a future Amazon.co.uk retail order when you purchase at least £50 in Amazon.co.uk Gift Cards and Gift Vouchers ("GCs") in a single order on Amazon.co.uk by 30 September 2019 ("Offer"). In order to qualify for the £6 promotional code, you must: (1) not have purchased GCs in the last 36 months; (2) click the button 'Click to register for the promotion' to see if you're eligible for the Offer, and if you are; (3) purchase at least £50 of GCs in a single order on Amazon.co.uk between 1 February 2019 and 30 September 2019, 11:59 PM (BST).

(2) click the button to see if you're eligible for the offer.

I can't see a button to click on :/
Plus you aren't entitled if you've purchased GCs in the last 36 months.
That might be the issue.
Sadly I don't think this will work for me as I had this promotion only a month ago.. 😏
Thanks for this, our lass claimed it on her account which is part of the family account and all running off my card , so for people maybe with no joy try logging into the other adult in your households account. Thanks again.
I have created a new account but I don't see the offer sign up button?
It was a tiny banner at the top of a page
faustus17/08/2019 22:24

It was a tiny banner at the top of a page

I don't see the click to register for the promotion button.

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Edited by: "Litherx" 17th Aug
Don't forget that with Gmail addresses, you can put a "." in the prefix so that it looks different, but google will still deliver.
Otherwise, sign up for FREE disposable addresses using Blur at abine dot com. I have used their service for a few years now without problems.
faustus17/08/2019 22:15

Thanks for this, our lass claimed it on her account which is part of the …Thanks for this, our lass claimed it on her account which is part of the family account and all running off my card , so for people maybe with no joy try logging into the other adult in your households account. Thanks again.


Fab info, had a friend, who just got one of her sons to try your method and it worked spot on, no need for any messing about with any "new" accounts!

Will add the "if you have a family amazon account" bit up top, thanks
TristanDeCoonha17/08/2019 23:14

Don't forget that with Gmail addresses, you can put a "." in the prefix so …Don't forget that with Gmail addresses, you can put a "." in the prefix so that it looks different, but google will still deliver.Otherwise, sign up for FREE disposable addresses using Blur at abine dot com. I have used their service for a few years now without problems.


Been using MB Cards with Abine, since the Epsilon breach, years and years ago, one of the best security services on the internet, even added one of my curve cards to it now, so can dynamically use a card # that uses a card # that is masked!!!
TristanDeCoonha17/08/2019 23:14

Don't forget that with Gmail addresses, you can put a "." in the prefix so …Don't forget that with Gmail addresses, you can put a "." in the prefix so that it looks different, but google will still deliver.Otherwise, sign up for FREE disposable addresses using Blur at abine dot com. I have used their service for a few years now without problems.


You can also add a "+" to address and gmail will ignore everything after it. For example, my email address is firstname.lastname@gmail.com but if I can sign up to a new Amazon account with firstname.lastname+amazon@gmail.com and then another Amazon account with firstname.lastname+Amazon2@gmail.com. All emails will still come through to your gmail address but will appear unique with any website you use.
Usually amazon show if your elligible for these offers, but not for his one? going to catch lots of people out surely?
No Button for me on my old account and the online support at not being much help
Litherx17/08/2019 22:19

I have created a new account but I don't see the offer sign up button?


Yes.
Super stuff mate, but I see no register/sign in button - am I just getting old?
@Asya86 this is the offer I used
Sawb18/08/2019 07:12

Usually amazon show if your elligible for these offers, but not for his …Usually amazon show if your elligible for these offers, but not for his one? going to catch lots of people out surely?


That's what I was looking out for.
I ain't bothering with the offer tho
These get posted all the time, why is this one getting so much heat?
I’ve had this pop up for months
"The Promo Code is void if copied or transferred and where prohibited by law. Any other use constitutes fraud.
In the event of a return, promotional savings may be deducted from your refund."
I like that the giftee will be unaware of the surreptitious £6 gained.
thomasleep17/08/2019 17:52

I know it is in the description but it's worth highlighting step 4, only …I know it is in the description but it's worth highlighting step 4, only valid on items sold by and dispatched by amazon uk


Hell no
Wouldn't leave anything in your Amazon account gift card wise. I took a gift card balance for a recent refund. Account got hacked and they only spent the gift card amount. The "specialist team" have emailed me a generic email about 6 times over the past six weeks now, within it it says I will get my gift card balance back in 2-3 days. 7 weeks later I haven't. Dealing with the specialist team is near impossible as they only email and don't actually respond or look at your case, they just send generic emails. Not had anything hacked in 10 years, no bank details hacked from it, purely seems to be the amazon account and only the gift card balance.
ollie8719/08/2019 13:17

Either you're Basil Brush or you can't spell Bezos, which one is it?


May be both
airgrabfistpump19/08/2019 13:33

Account got hacked and they only spent the gift card amount.


I mean, that does sound like more of a problem for you. Why people aren't using Password Managers now-a-days I'll never know.

You probably re-used a password from another site that got hacked.

Think of it this way, if your front door wasn't properly secured and someone stole your physical Amazon voucher would that be Amazon's fault?
Edited by: "ollie87" 19th Aug
ollie8719/08/2019 13:17

Either you're Basil Brush or you can't spell Bezos, which one is it?



LukeyWolf18/08/2019 22:11

These get posted all the time, why is this one getting so much heat?


Maybe because its FREE money and the last one that was posted, was £8 for 60 and they are not posted all the time, I only posted it, as managed to get it twice (so did a couple of others via WAG) and it worked

Mechtup18/08/2019 22:25

I’ve had this pop up for months


Not this monetary value on AGC, last time it was the pantry only one and it was £4, the only other "pop up" they have been running is the vouchers to email one, that has been live on their ad servers for about 7 weeks, but nothing to do with AGC offers
airgrabfistpump19/08/2019 13:33

Wouldn't leave anything in your Amazon account gift card wise. I took a …Wouldn't leave anything in your Amazon account gift card wise. I took a gift card balance for a recent refund. Account got hacked and they only spent the gift card amount. The "specialist team" have emailed me a generic email about 6 times over the past six weeks now, within it it says I will get my gift card balance back in 2-3 days. 7 weeks later I haven't. Dealing with the specialist team is near impossible as they only email and don't actually respond or look at your case, they just send generic emails. Not had anything hacked in 10 years, no bank details hacked from it, purely seems to be the amazon account and only the gift card balance.


If you pop over to "Ave I been Pwned" (incorrect name on purpose, as to not give them free visits via hukd/google! ) and hit in your emails, you can see where / who / when you were compromised and in what list you are listed in, that the spammers are using, if any!

Would also, 100% suggest you get a 2way / 3way auth key setup with Amazon 1-Click (or in fact ANY logins) so nobody on the planet can get into your accounts, splitting any chance of access recovery into 2, thus no way to get in!
airgrabfistpump19/08/2019 13:33

Wouldn't leave anything in your Amazon account gift card wise. I took a …Wouldn't leave anything in your Amazon account gift card wise. I took a gift card balance for a recent refund. Account got hacked and they only spent the gift card amount. The "specialist team" have emailed me a generic email about 6 times over the past six weeks now, within it it says I will get my gift card balance back in 2-3 days. 7 weeks later I haven't. Dealing with the specialist team is near impossible as they only email and don't actually respond or look at your case, they just send generic emails. Not had anything hacked in 10 years, no bank details hacked from it, purely seems to be the amazon account and only the gift card balance.


Email jeff@amazon.com and dgurr@amazon.com asking for them to look into it. Then you should get someone who can actually do something. Just be polite but firm that the normal support channels aren't working.
bitcoin519/08/2019 14:41

Maybe because its FREE money and the last one that was posted, was £8 for …Maybe because its FREE money and the last one that was posted, was £8 for 60 and they are not posted all the time, I only posted it, as managed to get it twice (so did a couple of others via WAG) and it worked Not this monetary value on AGC, last time it was the pantry only one and it was £4, the only other "pop up" they have been running is the vouchers to email one, that has been live on their ad servers for about 7 weeks, but nothing to do with AGC offers


No I’ve had this exact same one all the time for a couple of months now. Probably since November last year because that was around the time I was getting PC parts and I considered it but wasn’t sure if it would work so I didn’t.
Do you have to wait 48 hours for a £6 promo code or should it appear straight away when I make a purchase. Thanks
craigl12219/08/2019 16:54

Do you have to wait 48 hours for a £6 promo code or should it appear …Do you have to wait 48 hours for a £6 promo code or should it appear straight away when I make a purchase. Thanks


Its between 6-26hrs, from what I have seen craig and our friends / colleagues, that have nabbed it ,have messaged back about, 2 of them weirdly, had it applied twice, so actually got £12 in 2x £6 promo credits, but do not quote me on that happening all the time!!
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