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

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Found 12th Mar
Free £3 Amazon eGift Voucher with Orders Over £30 at Amazon via Vouchercodes


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1. The £30 order total excludes the use of automatically applied discounts, savings, discount codes and the use of credit or points.
2. 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
3. Partial images of order confirmations will not be accepted
4. Order total must meet minimum spend of £30 excluding delivery charges
5. 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
6. The order with Amazon.co.uk must take place during the promotional period
7. The transaction must have taken place online with Amazon.co.uk via VoucherCodes using the link provided
8. 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
9. Cancelling or returning any items made in your order will deem the claim invalid and you will not receive the £3
10. Amazon.co.uk eGift Voucher
11. Gift card orders and balance top-ups are not included in the minimum spend
12. Exclusions may apply and will be at VoucherCodes sole discretion
13. This offer is not valid in conjunction with any other cashback or voucher code promotion which isn't advertised on VoucherCodes
14. Transactions completed over the phone will be considered invalid and will not qualify for a reward
15. 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.
16. This offer is limited to one £3 Amazon.co.uk eGift Voucher per person.
17. Only one £3 Amazon.co.uk eGift Voucher reward is available per valid transaction.
18. Purchases must be made in GBP (Pound Sterling).
19. Please check for full terms and conditions.
20. If you have further question about your reward, please see our FAQs.
21. This promotion is not sponsored, endorsed, administered by or associated with Amazon.co.uk
22. VoucherCodes reserves the right to amend the terms or cancel this promotion at any time without notice


In case someone was buying at Amazon anyways then this should come in handy.


Hope it helps someone.
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Hmm can anyone enlighten me, not sure what it means by 'excludes the use of credit', can I use the account balance I have to purchase or does that count as credit?
furreal21 m ago

Hmm can anyone enlighten me, not sure what it means by 'excludes the use …Hmm can anyone enlighten me, not sure what it means by 'excludes the use of credit', can I use the account balance I have to purchase or does that count as credit?

No the account balance cannot be used as its credit in your account and your in credit i think
Edited by: "waterloo" 12th Mar
waterloo5 m ago

No the account balance cannot be used as its credit in your account and …No the account balance cannot be used as its credit in your account and your in credit i think


So basically you can only pay with card, I guess?
furreal7 m ago

So basically you can only pay with card, I guess?


It looks that way but im not 100% sure.
Seems more hassle that it's worth.
But heat even though I won't bother
Hmmm this credit part is sneaky as i used this offer last week made a purchase over £30 and part payment was a £2 credit i had from a just eat/amazon promo few weeks back and possibly because of that the £3 offer isnt showing up in vouchercodes so have emailed them to clarify.
iwilliams541 m ago

Seems more hassle that it's worth.But heat even though I won't bother


The hassle is worth if you were anyways buying for £30 or more, if not then indeed won't recommend the effort - thanks for checking though
So basically £3 for giving them your e-mail so they can spam the hell out of said email for all eternity? Is that really how little people are willing to sell their email account out for? Three measly quid? No thanks!
hikodannasan6 h, 22 m ago

So basically £3 for giving them your e-mail so they can spam the hell out …So basically £3 for giving them your e-mail so they can spam the hell out of said email for all eternity? Is that really how little people are willing to sell their email account out for? Three measly quid? No thanks!


Surely you use aliases?
Thanks OP!

Got a £10 & £5 with no issues previously so i'm happy to use them again
I wonder if AMEX points count as credit.
hikodannasan8 h, 26 m ago

So basically £3 for giving them your e-mail so they can spam the hell out …So basically £3 for giving them your e-mail so they can spam the hell out of said email for all eternity? Is that really how little people are willing to sell their email account out for? Three measly quid? No thanks!


What is so priceless you store on your emails You can surely make email addresses in 2 mins tops just for these purposes and so much more - just saying
i tried the £2 offer the other day & i still haven't got the voucher
Rumana0313th Mar

i tried the £2 offer the other day & i still haven't got the voucher


How long back was that? You can try dropping them an email - usually they are super quick in responding.
matwalaboy5 h, 39 m ago

How long back was that? You can try dropping them an email - usually they …How long back was that? You can try dropping them an email - usually they are super quick in responding.


it was just maybe less than a week ago when someone posted the deal..ok yeah i might just drop them an e-mail. thanks
Rumana0331 m ago

it was just maybe less than a week ago when someone posted the deal..ok …it was just maybe less than a week ago when someone posted the deal..ok yeah i might just drop them an e-mail. thanks


Good luck - they are usually quick and helpful.
Does anyone know if the £30 spend not being able to include credit means you can't use your gift card balance?
LTic1 h, 17 m ago

Does anyone know if the £30 spend not being able to include credit means …Does anyone know if the £30 spend not being able to include credit means you can't use your gift card balance?


Yes thats credit as far i can make out.
waterloo47 s ago

Yes thats credit as far i can make out.


Thanks - that's what I thought too!
It's not at all long since the last one of these. I'll gladly take another free £3!
I take it it doesn't matter if amazon split the order up because they track the purchase? Mines been split into 3 orders even though it was all checked out at the same time.
doby13 m ago

I take it it doesn't matter if amazon split the order up because they …I take it it doesn't matter if amazon split the order up because they track the purchase? Mines been split into 3 orders even though it was all checked out at the same time.


If you send VoucherCodes the details, they usually pay out - I had a similar experience last time where Amazon did that to ensure things got to me quicker, but discussing it with VoucherCodes the cashback was paid out.
Just bought something for over £30 yesterday and forgot about this, d'oh! Now to see if there's anything for £30 that I don't really want just to get a £3 voucher sent to me, hmm...
Edited by: "GamerBaz" 15th Mar
thanks easy process
rcfc871 h, 32 m ago

thanks easy process


Glad its been of some help for you.
iwilliams5413th Mar

Seems more hassle that it's worth.But heat even though I won't bother


True, proper ball ache for £3... not worth it.

Voted warm nonetheless for effort.
So I can't use this with my Amazon credit? Damn Amazon, it is also from my earned money
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sola353 m ago

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Thanks for letting me know, looks like it expired earlier - maybe because they ran out of the voucher quota for the promotion.
matwalaboy11 m ago

Thanks for letting me know, looks like it expired earlier - maybe because …Thanks for letting me know, looks like it expired earlier - maybe because they ran out of the voucher quota for the promotion.


yep only just noticed myself, at least you could use the same account to get the £2 offer if like me have already got the £3 offer, as they are totally separate offers.:D
sola351 h, 4 m ago

yep only just noticed myself, at least you could use the same account to …yep only just noticed myself, at least you could use the same account to get the £2 offer if like me have already got the £3 offer, as they are totally separate offers.:D


YEs that’s true as well.
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