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FREE £25 of Amazon vouchers when you apply & spend on a Amazon Mastercard Credit Card
FREE £25 of Amazon vouchers when you apply & spend on a Amazon Mastercard Credit Card

FREE £25 of Amazon vouchers when you apply & spend on a Amazon Mastercard Credit Card

Great rates
- 0% for 9 months on balance transfers (a handling fee of 3% applies, minimum £3)
- 0% for 6 months on purchases
- Typical 15.9% APR (variable)
- £15 Amazon Gift Certificate when you make your first purchase. More info.

(this link will take you to the Halifax website for credit card applications)

With our loyalty programme, use your Amazon.co.uk MasterCard and earn:
- 1 point for every £1 spent at any Amazon website
- 0.5 points for every £1 spent elsewhere
- When you have earned 1500 points, you will receive a £15 Amazon gift certificate to spend at Amazon.co.uk. Learn more about our Loyalty Programme.

Apply now for an Amazon.co.uk MasterCard with our MasterCard servicing partner Halifax plc. You will be taken through the application process on the Halifax website and then returned to Amazon.co.uk to continue shopping.

rpoints are offering 500points (£5) cashback on if you apply via them
- schizoboy

19 Comments

Original Poster

Not strictly free free now that i think about it since you need to spend on Amazon before seeing that £25 voucher so order that hellmans sandwich book with somethingwhile you can :-D hopefully it'll still be around, add it to your basket and save it for later, do same for this: hotukdeals.com/for…496 voila 96p spend, if prices don;t change

I got mine last month but never got a gift certificate despite spending loads

Original Poster

Did you call them? I'm pretty certain Mastercard would make them run a call centre normal vouchers is £15, its £25 if you apply b4 xmas I think.

By the way the £5 in rpoints counteracts any minimum spend I notice, so it is a free freebie with some profit probably

I have emailed - lets see what happens

Original Poster

Prefer phone calling myself unless I know a company has reliable and fast e-mail support, also you can be alot more stubborn/forthright over the phone.

Ok, can you tell me who runs this card?

My dad usually signs up for deals like this, but he allready had a sony card so i missed out on that =)

Ok, can you tell me who runs this card?



Halifax innit

Original Poster

Apply now for an Amazon.co.uk MasterCard with our MasterCard servicing partner Halifax plc. You will be taken through the application process on the Halifax website and then returned to Amazon.co.uk to continue shopping.

Ah, thanks =)

schizoboy

Did you call them? I'm pretty certain Mastercard would make them run a … Did you call them? I'm pretty certain Mastercard would make them run a call centre normal vouchers is £15, its £25 if you apply b4 xmas I think.



As the card is supplied by Halifax, the call center is probably run by Halifax BOS anyway. It'll probably be HBOS staff sat in a HBOS office, with an Amazon sign suspended from the ceiling - that's the way these things are normally run.

Got voucher but it's only for £15

Original Poster

The signup page clearly states extra £10 voucher and even MSE sent this out in their weekly e-mail where I stole it from as £25 voucher, chase them up if its only £15 imo

Yeah - the voucher they have sent says this - you can see the confusion:

To: MEAmount: £15.00From: Amazon.co.ukGift Message: Please find attached … To: MEAmount: £15.00From: Amazon.co.ukGift Message: Please find attached a �15.00 gift certificate for 1500 loyalty points earned on your Amazon.co.uk MasterCard.

Original Poster

£15 is the norm for that card, the extra tenner is a xmas promotion, so something somewhere has screwed up as people have gotten £25

i just got a building society card underwritten by Halifax, does that mean I cant get this one?

i signed up for this last night
the deal was £15.00 amazon gift voucher then when you use your card (before 31/3/07)
you get another £10 amazon gift voucher

i copied the web page at the time
check the little red box top right corner about the extra £10

Original Poster

greyster I don't see why not

I signed up to one of these just before Xmas, have received £45 in loyalty point vouchers so far, so for me is a very good deal much better than most credit cards out there.

Only negative point is the online interface to your transactions - it could do with a complete redesign!

is this NOW EXPIRED DAMN!!
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