Free £3 Amazon eGift Voucher with Orders Over £30 at Amazon via Vouchercodes​
1525°Expired

Free £3 Amazon eGift Voucher with Orders Over £30 at Amazon via Vouchercodes​

112
Found 14th FebEdited by:"matwalaboy"
Free £3 Amazon eGift Voucher with Orders Over £30 at Amazon via Vouchercodes


2894625-O9NWM.jpg
Terms & Conditions

  • MINIMUM SPEND DOES NOT INCLUDE DELIVERY CHARGE
  • To verify your transaction, your uploaded order confirmation must include all of the following information: Order number, Order date, Order value and all items purchased, Payment method
  • Partial images of order confirmations will not be accepted
  • Order total must meet minimum spend of £30 excluding delivery charges
  • To be eligible for the offer you must click on this offer BEFORE completing your order with Amazon.co.uk and upload your order confirmation
  • The order with Amazon.co.uk must take place during the promotional period
  • The transaction must have taken place online with Amazon.co.uk via VoucherCodes using the link provided
  • Your claim will not be valid if you click on any other links or websites after VoucherCodes, before making your online purchase at Amazon.co.uk
  • Cancelling or returning any items made in your order will deem the claim invalid and you will not receive the £3 Amazon.co.uk eGift Voucher
  • Gift card orders and balance top-ups are not included in the minimum spend
  • Exclusions may apply and will be at VoucherCodes sole discretion
  • This offer is not valid in conjunction with any other cashback or voucher code promotion which isn't advertised on VoucherCodes
  • Transactions completed over the phone will be considered invalid and will not qualify for a reward
  • 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. £3 Amazon.co.uk eGift Voucher will then be available for you to redeem in your VoucherCodes account.
  • This offer is limited to one £3 Amazon.co.uk eGift Voucher per person.
  • Only one £3 Amazon.co.uk eGift Voucher reward is available per valid transaction.
  • Purchases must be made in GBP (Pound Sterling).
  • Please check for full terms and conditions.
  • If you have further question about your reward, please see our FAQs.
  • This promotion is not sponsored, endorsed, administered by or associated with Amazon.co.uk
  • VoucherCodes reserves the right to amend the terms or cancel this promotion at any time without notice

Would go really well with some of these good finds from other HUKD members :


Hope it helps someone.
Community Updates

Groups

Top comments
Don’t just spend £30.00 for the sake of getting free £3.00 eGift Voucher.

If you have something in your basket or have your eye on something then go for it! It’s not really a deal unless you need to buy it.

I’m not being nasty I’m just stating the obvious, now it’s up to you if you are willing to spend £30.00 for the sake of getting free £3.00 eGift Voucher.

I don’t really need anything so I’ll be saving my £30,00 unless I really have to buy something.

Wishful Thinking!!
112 Comments
If I buy £90 will I get £9 squid freebie?
Original Poster
maffeycourt1 m ago

If I buy £90 will I get £9 squid freebie?


Says
  • This offer is limited to one £3 Amazon.co.uk eGift Voucher per person.

I would think you'd need 3 different accounts and 3 purchases of £30 each to stand a chance
Voted hot
Original Poster
Mrswitch24 s ago

Voted hot


Ta!
Accidentally reported expired. Sorry.
Original Poster
moh22314th Feb

Accidentally reported expired. Sorry.


No worries - as long as the mods don't get over-zealous on this one, it should be ok
matwalaboy3 m ago

Says This offer is limited to one £3 Amazon.co.uk eGift Voucher per …Says This offer is limited to one £3 Amazon.co.uk eGift Voucher per person.I would think you'd need 3 different accounts and 3 purchases of £30 each to stand a chance


Good lad.
Original Poster
Mrswitch1 m ago

Nee bosh


Haha - that made me look up the urban dictionary
No problem sir... Nee bother, nee bosh, nee probs, nee worries. Lol
matwalaboy10 m ago

Says This offer is limited to one £3 Amazon.co.uk eGift Voucher per …Says This offer is limited to one £3 Amazon.co.uk eGift Voucher per person.I would think you'd need 3 different accounts and 3 purchases of £30 each to stand a chance



“Starts overthinking”(cheeky)
Don’t just spend £30.00 for the sake of getting free £3.00 eGift Voucher.

If you have something in your basket or have your eye on something then go for it! It’s not really a deal unless you need to buy it.

I’m not being nasty I’m just stating the obvious, now it’s up to you if you are willing to spend £30.00 for the sake of getting free £3.00 eGift Voucher.

I don’t really need anything so I’ll be saving my £30,00 unless I really have to buy something.

Wishful Thinking!!
Original Poster
Mrswitch11 m ago

No problem sir... Nee bother, nee bosh, nee probs, nee worries. Lol


haha - a proper education in the nuances of the beautiful English language
Original Poster
19DembaBa197 m ago

Don’t just spend £30.00 for the sake of getting free £3.00 eGift Vou …Don’t just spend £30.00 for the sake of getting free £3.00 eGift Voucher.If you have something in your basket or have your eye on something then go for it! It’s not really a deal unless you need to buy it.I’m not being nasty I’m just stating the obvious, now it’s up to you if you are willing to spend £30.00 for the sake of getting free £3.00 eGift Voucher.I don’t really need anything so I’ll be saving my £30,00 unless I really have to buy something.Wishful Thinking!!


So tell us what did you buy already that you didn't need - go on, we won't judge you
How do you upload the "receipt" ? Do you select invoice under orders and take a version of that ?
Original Poster
mattr1 m ago

How do you upload the "receipt" ? Do you select invoice under orders and …How do you upload the "receipt" ? Do you select invoice under orders and take a version of that ?


That's right or if you use chrome then you can just print the email confirmation you get from Amazon - save it as a PDF and then send it to vouchercodes.
19DembaBa1912 m ago

Don’t just spend £30.00 for the sake of getting free £3.00 eGift Vou …Don’t just spend £30.00 for the sake of getting free £3.00 eGift Voucher.If you have something in your basket or have your eye on something then go for it! It’s not really a deal unless you need to buy it.I’m not being nasty I’m just stating the obvious, now it’s up to you if you are willing to spend £30.00 for the sake of getting free £3.00 eGift Voucher.I don’t really need anything so I’ll be saving my £30,00 unless I really have to buy something.Wishful Thinking!!


Wow thanks for that advice.I hadn't seen it that way!

33264065-CuWJk.jpg
Got any recommendations on what I can buy for £30
mattr3 m ago

How do you upload the "receipt" ? Do you select invoice under orders and …How do you upload the "receipt" ? Do you select invoice under orders and take a version of that ?


Well, I've printed the "invoice" to PDF and uploaded that - we'll see what happens.
Original Poster
mattr39 s ago

Well, I've printed the "invoice" to PDF and uploaded that - we'll see what …Well, I've printed the "invoice" to PDF and uploaded that - we'll see what happens.


Wow - that was quick Good luck.
nougat2 m ago

Wow thanks for that advice.I hadn't seen it that way![Image] Got any …Wow thanks for that advice.I hadn't seen it that way![Image] Got any recommendations on what I can buy for £30


Here you go!
Holy moly @matwalaboy's post is making me open new amazon accounts by the minute

Plus heat added ..(highfive)
Edited by: "HSG1" 14th Feb
There is no requirement to show the delivery address fro the receipt.

Don't give information 'grey data'you don't have to, well there wasn't on the last offer. (£5 off £50 order)


They just need the Product, transaction, and payment method, (from memory).
Edited by: "tightar5e" 14th Feb
Original Poster
HSG18 m ago

Holy moly @matwalaboy's post is making me open new amazon accounts by the …Holy moly @matwalaboy's post is making me open new amazon accounts by the minute Plus heat added ..(highfive)


Go easy, as they say the night is still young
Original Poster
tightar5e1 m ago

There is no requirement to show the delivery address fro the receipt. …There is no requirement to show the delivery address fro the receipt. Don't give information 'grey data'you don't have to, well there wasn't on the last offer. (£5 off £50 order)They just need the Product, transaction, and payment method, (from memory).


You are right - this is all they need

Order number, Order date, Order value and all items purchased and the Payment methodused
I just bought something from warehouse deals and made it up to £34 with tassimo pods and got 2 seperate invoices.

So I would say it can't be from warehouse deals as they are fulfilled by Amazon.

Edit, uploaded both now see what happens
Edited by: "nougat" 14th Feb
HSG141 m ago

Holy moly @matwalaboy's post is making me open new amazon accounts by the …Holy moly @matwalaboy's post is making me open new amazon accounts by the minute Plus heat added ..(highfive)


If you use the same payment card and/or same IP address when you sign up, they will decline the Amazon voucher, even though I'm sure. vouchercodes still collect the affiliate fees from Amazon, for all legit transactions that meet the £30 threshold criteria.

That's how vouchercodes are making money from this, they are scanning the transactions by declining all transactions they can link to the same address/same person. i.e. they are more stringent than Amazon regards using multiple accounts.

It would be sensible for Amazon to only pay the affliate fee per Postal Address/Per IP Address too, but maybe that's what they are doing, and if not, they are paying out a fortune in affliate fees for no reason. In theory, Amazon should only pay the affliate fee when a voucher is generated for a vouchercode customer.

In other words, Amazon could get clever here and check how much they are paying in affiliate fees, by crossing checking against vouchers issued to vouchercode customers. No voucher issued, no affiliate fee paid.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 14th Feb
Original Poster
nougat1 m ago

I just bought something from warehouse deals and made it up to £34 with …I just bought something from warehouse deals and made it up to £34 with tassimo pods and got 2 seperate invoices.So I would say it can't be from warehouse deals as they are fulfilled by Amazon


The 2 separate invoices are because they might be being delivered separately - amazon does that all the time. Better off doing a single item/transaction of £30 or more in my view
Original Poster
tightar5e2 m ago

If you use the same payment card and/or same IP address when you sign up, …If you use the same payment card and/or same IP address when you sign up, they will decline the Amazon voucher, even though I'm sure. vouchercodes still collect the affiliate fees from Amazon, for all legit transactions.That's how vouchercodes are making money from this, they are scanning the transactions by declining all transactions they can link to the same address/same person. i.e. they are more stringent than Amazon regards using multiple accounts.


I partially agree with your point, reason being I have had success with them with multiple accounts - using different cards - but all orders in the same name. They are getting stricter with 1 user/1 address/1 code policy but they are not totally there yet.
usual 1000 only thou ...

  • “Total Number of Rewards available during the Promotion” – the number of rewards available as described on the specific terms and conditions of the Promotion on the Promotion web page for the duration of the Promotion. If the “Total Number of Rewards Available during the Promotion” is not described on the specific terms of the promotion, then the number available will be a one thousand (1,000).
matwalaboy36 m ago

So tell us what did you buy already that you didn't need - go on, we won't …So tell us what did you buy already that you didn't need - go on, we won't judge you


I got Apple TV and Sonos Speakers for myself. Some toys for the little ones and Flowers and Gifts for the wife
matwalaboy12 m ago

I partially agree with your point, reason being I have had success with …I partially agree with your point, reason being I have had success with them with multiple accounts - using different cards - but all orders in the same name. They are getting stricter with 1 user/1 address/1 code policy but they are not totally there yet.


I'd say you were lucky, I have an Amazon account I use for biz and my own personal Amazon account (I see myself as two different 'people' in my head at least, and they still linked the two (because I signed up from the same IP address from home, for both vouchercode accounts).
Vouchercodes only paid out on one account. Even though the Amazon accounts/addresses are different
Edited by: "tightar5e" 14th Feb
garethsmith7216 m ago

usual 1000 only thou ...“Total Number of Rewards available during the P …usual 1000 only thou ...“Total Number of Rewards available during the Promotion” – the number of rewards available as described on the specific terms and conditions of the Promotion on the Promotion web page for the duration of the Promotion. If the “Total Number of Rewards Available during the Promotion” is not described on the specific terms of the promotion, then the number available will be a one thousand (1,000).


The last offer (£5 off £50) must have been more than a 1000, because it paid out on the day Amazon had their £10 off any £50 purchase
Edited by: "tightar5e" 14th Feb
Original Poster
tightar5e7 m ago

I'd say you were lucky, I have an Amazon account I use for biz and my own …I'd say you were lucky, I have an Amazon account I use for biz and my own personal Amazon account (I see myself as two different 'people' in my head at least, and they still linked the two (because I signed up from the same IP address from home, for both vouchercode accounts).Vouchercodes only paid out on one account. Even though the Amazon accounts/addresses are different


It could well have been that for me - I have had it 2-3 times, so thought it was the norm - maybe not then.
Original Poster
tightar5e2 m ago

The last offer (£5 off £50) must have been more than a 1000, because it p …The last offer (£5 off £50) must have been more than a 1000, because it paid out on the day Amazon had their £10 off any £50 purchase


I was about to say the same - coz that one didn't have a specific number mentioned and loads benefitted from it - plus there was the amazon promotion going on too.
Crap, bought Mario Kart Deluxe 8 before seeing this. Is there a way to get this with that order?
matwalaboy30 m ago

Go easy, as they say the night is still young



Original Poster
SpeedyG1 m ago

Crap, bought Mario Kart Deluxe 8 before seeing this. Is there a way to get …Crap, bought Mario Kart Deluxe 8 before seeing this. Is there a way to get this with that order?


Its sold by amazon so in theory you have free returns on that - there is no reason you can't return it and buy a new one using this.
Change_Me53 m ago

Here you go!


That made me laugh so hard I did it in my pants
tightar5e28 m ago

If you use the same payment card and/or same IP address when you sign up, …If you use the same payment card and/or same IP address when you sign up, they will decline the Amazon voucher, even though I'm sure. vouchercodes still collect the affiliate fees from Amazon, for all legit transactions that meet the £30 threshold criteria.That's how vouchercodes are making money from this, they are scanning the transactions by declining all transactions they can link to the same address/same person. i.e. they are more stringent than Amazon regards using multiple accounts. It would be sensible for Amazon to only pay the affliate fee per Postal Address/Per IP Address too, but maybe that's what they are doing, and if not, they are paying out a fortune in affliate fees for no reason. In theory, Amazon should only pay the affliate fee when a voucher is generated for a vouchercode customer.In other words, Amazon could get clever here and check how much they are paying in affiliate fees, by crossing checking against vouchers issued to vouchercode customers. No voucher issued, no affiliate fee paid.


Gutted
I was aware of the one person . one account tho. but hey .. I was thinking of making a serious attempt just once..

Well that was that .. any ways.. any suggestions what should I buy today that I don’t need ..but still wanna steal the deal off £3(nerd)
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text