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FREE £1 Tesco Gift Card with £20 Top-up + Costa, John Lewis, Amazon and many more @ Vodafone Top Up Rewards
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FREE £1 Tesco Gift Card with £20 Top-up + Costa, John Lewis, Amazon and many more @ Vodafone Top Up Rewards

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Posted 8th Mar

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Before top up rewards used to just give extra data/minutes but now it is giving gift cards too! Top-up rewards is Vodafone's reward scheme specifically for PAYG customers, where if you top up you get points. A £5 top up is equivalent to 50 points, a £10 one is equivalent to 100 points, etc.

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Now if you earn 200 points you can claim a Tesco £1 gift card, or 400 points and you can get a £2 Costa gift card. 600 points will give a £3 John Lewis voucher, plus there are many other stores available.

I know Vodafone PAYG may not be the best value but if you are topping up £10 once every 6 weeks for VeryMe this nets you a £1 Tesco gift card every 3 months, plus VeryMe access for more rewards
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It’s nice they do now gift cards. I have 3300 points to spend.
Downtownmonkey08/03/2020 15:00

It’s nice they do now gift cards. I have 3300 points to spend.


Yes exactly, before it was extra calls/texts/data only which was a bit useless for occasional users. Gift cards much better. Enjoy your £15
Edited by: "jamie15" 8th Mar
Heat added Jamie 🔥 - on the topic of gift cards, did you manage to use your Student Choice gift card in WHSmith to get a different gift card?
Edited by: "andrewworrall1" 8th Mar
andrewworrall108/03/2020 15:01

Heat added Jamie 🔥 - on the topic of gift cards, did you manage to use …Heat added Jamie 🔥 - on the topic of gift cards, did you manage to use your Student Choice gift card in WHSmith to get a different gift card?


Not yet, I was not near to a high street branch. Thanks for the reminder, will try tomorrow.
jamie1508/03/2020 15:03

Not yet, I was not near to a high street branch. Thanks for the reminder, …Not yet, I was not near to a high street branch. Thanks for the reminder, will try tomorrow.


No worries! Let me know if you do, good luck
Edited by: "andrewworrall1" 8th Mar
Seems like there's plenty of offers for o2 and voda customers. Shame wuntu died a death for those of us with a 3 contract!
Cheers Jamie.
Heat added @jamie15
Made it to Highlights, congrats Jamie
Edited by: "andrewworrall1" 13th Mar
Somehow 1p mobile looks cheaper in this position and you will save more than £1
Bloody hell a quid!!!!!!!!!
リチャード-グドコフ13/03/2020 19:20

Somehow 1p mobile looks cheaper in this position and you will save more …Somehow 1p mobile looks cheaper in this position and you will save more than £1


1p mobile requires £10 top-up a month last time I checked, not feasible for everyone. Also this deal is more for people who are with Vodafone PAYG and don't want to switch. For example if someone is topping up £10 every 6 weeks for Vodafone VeryMe access they get access to this on top of it.
ac1037213/03/2020 19:39

Bloody hell a quid!!!!!!!!!


You can save the points up to get larger vouchers.
jamie1513/03/2020 19:40

1p mobile requires £10 top-up a month last time I checked, not feasible …1p mobile requires £10 top-up a month last time I checked, not feasible for everyone. Also this deal is more for people who are with Vodafone PAYG and don't want to switch. For example if someone is topping up £10 every 6 weeks for Vodafone VeryMe access they get access to this on top of it.


1p mobile - minimum top-up required every 120 days to keep it active, which has been the case for quite a long time. Maybe confusing that with the "boosts", which like most networks last 30 days.

Good upgrade to VeryMe rewards though for those who stick with Vodafone out of choice or signal necessity.
premierfella13/03/2020 19:57

1p mobile - minimum top-up required every 120 days to keep it active, …1p mobile - minimum top-up required every 120 days to keep it active, which has been the case for quite a long time. Maybe confusing that with the "boosts", which like most networks last 30 days.Good upgrade to VeryMe rewards though for those who stick with Vodafone out of choice or signal necessity.


Yes I am getting confused, it is every 4 months. I checked them out years ago so didn't research it properly.

Main reason this is useful to me is VeryMe. Plus extra gift cards it's even better, then the credit itself. Signal is another good point, not aware of a Vodafone MVNO which has PAYG.
Thanks for posting; we have added this to the Highlights pages
premierfella13/03/2020 19:57

1p mobile - minimum top-up required every 120 days to keep it active, …1p mobile - minimum top-up required every 120 days to keep it active, which has been the case for quite a long time. Maybe confusing that with the "boosts", which like most networks last 30 days.Good upgrade to VeryMe rewards though for those who stick with Vodafone out of choice or signal necessity.


Also...1p is on EE,for me its good
jamie1513/03/2020 20:04

Yes I am getting confused, it is every 4 months. I checked them out years …Yes I am getting confused, it is every 4 months. I checked them out years ago so didn't research it properly.Main reason this is useful to me is VeryMe. Plus extra gift cards it's even better, then the credit itself. Signal is another good point, not aware of a Vodafone MVNO which has PAYG.


How much you pay for min and texts with vodafone?,
Got 2 Voda SIM's with £10 each. Don't know how to spend them
zworld14/03/2020 00:59

Got 2 Voda SIM's with £10 each. Don't know how to spend them


Spend it on PSN or Xbox?
Edited by: "jamie15" 14th Mar
jamie1513/03/2020 20:04

Yes I am getting confused, it is every 4 months. I checked them out years …Yes I am getting confused, it is every 4 months. I checked them out years ago so didn't research it properly.Main reason this is useful to me is VeryMe. Plus extra gift cards it's even better, then the credit itself. Signal is another good point, not aware of a Vodafone MVNO which has PAYG.


On the Vodafone PAYG, Lebara is still on Vodafone MVNO. I wouldn't recommend them either for PAYG though given their basic PAYG pricing isn't all that different to Vodafone for domestic use.
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