Free £1 Amazon Voucher with Orders Over £5 at Just Eat @ Vouchercodes
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Free £1 Amazon Voucher with Orders Over £5 at Just Eat @ Vouchercodes

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Found 13th Apr
If you were ordering anyways then why not get the quid voucher back.

£1 Amazon Voucher

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1. Minimum order does not include Delivery Charge, Discounts or Gift Card Purchases.
2. This offer is not valid in conjunction with any other cashback or voucher code promotion which isn't advertised on VoucherCodes.
3. To be eligible for the offer you must make your Just Eat purchase online via VoucherCodes using the link provided.
4. Your claim will not be valid if you click on any other links or websites after VoucherCodes, before making your online purchase at Just Eat.
5. The transaction must have taken place online at Just Eat during the promotion period via the VoucherCodes link.
6. Transactions completed over the phone will be considered invalid and will not qualify for a reward.
7. Cancelling or returning any items made in your online purchase will deem the claim invalid and you will not receive the £1 Amazon Voucher.
8. Provided you meet the full terms of the offer, an email alert will be sent to the email address you used to register with VoucherCodes within 6 business days. The £1 Amazon Voucher will then be available for you to redeem in your VoucherCodes account.
9. This offer is limited to one £1 Amazon Voucher per person.
10. Only one £1 Amazon Voucher reward is available per valid transaction.
11. Purchases must be made in GBP (Pound Sterling).
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15. VoucherCodes reserves the right to cancel or amend the terms of this promotion at any time and without prior notice.
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Just eat is a con. The places that don't normallu charge delivery, charge delivery then it charges you 50p to use the app
I prefer it as you don't get the dodgy looking, half worked websites that some places expect you to enter details into. More safe with the middle man Just Eat.
It's hardly a con... they tell you what it costs before you pay. I'll agree that sometimes the deal direct from the restaurant is better... Convenience isn't free though
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Just eat is a con. The places that don't normallu charge delivery, charge delivery then it charges you 50p to use the app
Albie73 m ago

Just eat is a con. The places that don't normallu charge delivery, charge …Just eat is a con. The places that don't normallu charge delivery, charge delivery then it charges you 50p to use the app


but you dont have to speak to anyone? its great for 2am food orders, and topcashback
fattyuk10 m ago

but you dont have to speak to anyone? its great for 2am food orders, and …but you dont have to speak to anyone? its great for 2am food orders, and topcashback


Still a rip off and there are local take aways who take web orders now.

For example, if I wanted a large kebab and chips.

Just eat- £9.40 (TCB is only 1.05-4.2% and there may be more charges as I don't have a login)
Direct (including online)- £7.40
Edited by: "tech3475" 13th Apr
tech34751 m ago

Still a rip off and there are local take aways who take web orders now.For …Still a rip off and there are local take aways who take web orders now.For example, if I wanted a large kebab and chips.Just eat- £9.40 (TCB is only 1.05-4.2%)Direct (including online)- £7.40


meh
It's hardly a con... they tell you what it costs before you pay. I'll agree that sometimes the deal direct from the restaurant is better... Convenience isn't free though
I prefer it as you don't get the dodgy looking, half worked websites that some places expect you to enter details into. More safe with the middle man Just Eat.
tech34759 h, 52 m ago

Still a rip off and there are local take aways who take web orders now.For …Still a rip off and there are local take aways who take web orders now.For example, if I wanted a large kebab and chips.Just eat- £9.40 (TCB is only 1.05-4.2% and there may be more charges as I don't have a login)Direct (including online)- £7.40


This is the restaurant bumbing up the price and not Just Eat so calm down and stop pointing the gun. Restaurants are not allowed to do this. Just Eat have a price promise that you will pay the same as buying from the restaurant direct. So if anything your kebab restaurant is the tip off not Just Eat See this link just-eat.co.uk/pri…ise
andy1861861 h, 12 m ago

This is the restaurant bumbing up the price and not Just Eat so calm down …This is the restaurant bumbing up the price and not Just Eat so calm down and stop pointing the gun. Restaurants are not allowed to do this. Just Eat have a price promise that you will pay the same as buying from the restaurant direct. So if anything your kebab restaurant is the tip off not Just Eat See this link https://www.just-eat.co.uk/pricepromise


Why should I calm down when I'm already calm?

This is something I've seen with multiple places, not just my listed example. If it's not an increase in the delivery charge, it's an increase in the minimum order price.

On top of that you have Just-Eats 50p surcharge which was in the news (unless they've removed it since).

You may want to actually read the price promise because I did and it excludes delivery charges and other service fees.

Overall, I'd suggest to use Just-Eat to look up places, but not use them to make the actual order.

Only exception may be if a worthwhile promotion is going on which covers any extra costs e.g. £x off.
tech34751 h, 18 m ago

Why should I calm down when I'm already calm?This is something I've seen …Why should I calm down when I'm already calm?This is something I've seen with multiple places, not just my listed example. If it's not an increase in the delivery charge, it's an increase in the minimum order price.On top of that you have Just-Eats 50p surcharge which was in the news (unless they've removed it since).You may want to actually read the price promise because I did and it excludes delivery charges and other service fees.Overall, I'd suggest to use Just-Eat to look up places, but not use them to make the actual order.Only exception may be if a worthwhile promotion is going on which covers any extra costs e.g. £x off.


Haters gonna hate
Albie712 h, 40 m ago

Just eat is a con. The places that don't normallu charge delivery, charge …Just eat is a con. The places that don't normallu charge delivery, charge delivery then it charges you 50p to use the app


The restaurant does set the delivery price. Agree about the 50p service charge though.
5-6 years ago it used to cost a take away £800 to join Just eat. I think they also used to take 20% of the total. May have changed but I know when a place got an order via justeat they were never happy.
Albie712 h, 55 m ago

Just eat is a con. The places that don't normallu charge delivery, charge …Just eat is a con. The places that don't normallu charge delivery, charge delivery then it charges you 50p to use the app


Haha we have a service in our town that delivers from McDonald's, KFC and Burger King among the others... driver goes and buys your order then drives to your house.

Prices on everything are marked up and the delivery charge is £5.99. I still use it sometimes even it costs me double the amount I'd spend if I went and bought it myself because sometimes I can't be bothered to go out, get the bus and wait in McDonald's with the kids crowding it etc.

Convenience costs.
Beetplek53 m ago

5-6 years ago it used to cost a take away £800 to join Just eat. I think …5-6 years ago it used to cost a take away £800 to join Just eat. I think they also used to take 20% of the total. May have changed but I know when a place got an order via justeat they were never happy.


Most places might take phone orders directly but not card payment on the phone. Chinewe takeaways for example...

I use Justeat mainly because I never have cash around (no pennies around that way) and I like to pay by card and you can pay by card on their website.

Being on Justeat surely increases revenue for takeaways... Some of the places around here are not even in very visible locations and if it wasn't for Justeat I wouldn't even know they exist...
Edited by: "hearts22" 14th Apr
hearts2220 m ago

Most places might take phone orders directly but not card payment on the …Most places might take phone orders directly but not card payment on the phone. Chinewe takeaways for example...I use Justeat mainly because I never have cash around (no pennies around that way) and I like to pay by card and you can pay by card on their website. Being on Justeat surely increases revenue for takeaways... Some of the places around here are not even in very visible locations and if it wasn't for Justeat I wouldn't even know they exist...


The takeaways i knew had to get it as everyone else had it, so it all cancelled out.
hearts227 h, 47 m ago

Haha we have a service in our town that delivers from McDonald's, KFC and …Haha we have a service in our town that delivers from McDonald's, KFC and Burger King among the others... driver goes and buys your order then drives to your house. Prices on everything are marked up and the delivery charge is £5.99. I still use it sometimes even it costs me double the amount I'd spend if I went and bought it myself because sometimes I can't be bothered to go out, get the bus and wait in McDonald's with the kids crowding it etc. Convenience costs.


Why don't you use Uber Eats McDelivery? Only £2.50 delivery there (free first time using referral code) and you can use Clubcard vouchers.

KFC is really overpriced on delivery, both through Just Eat and Deliveroo, but £5.99 delivery is too far!
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