Free £5 Amazon eGift Voucher with Orders Over £50 at Amazon via Vouchercodes​
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Free £5 Amazon eGift Voucher with Orders Over £50 at Amazon via Vouchercodes​

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Found 11th Jan
Free £5 Amazon eGift Voucher with Orders Over £50 at Amazon via Vouchercodes

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Terms & Condition:


1. MINIMUM SPEND DOES NOT INCLUDE DELIVERY CHARGE
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 Amazon.co.uk 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 Amazon.co.uk.
5. The transaction must have taken place online at Amazon.co.uk during the promotion period via the VoucherCodes link.
6. Cancelling or returning any items made in your online purchase will deem the claim invalid and you will not receive the £5 Amazon eGift Voucher
7. 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 £5 Amazon eGift Voucher will then be available for you to redeem in your VoucherCodes account.
8. This offer is limited to one £5 Amazon eGift Voucher per person.
9. Only one £5 Amazon eGift Voucher reward is available per valid transaction.
10. The promotion runs from 10/01/2018 - 31/01/2018.
11. Purchases must be made in GBP (Pound Sterling).
12. Please check for full terms and conditions.
13. If you think your transaction hasn't tracked properly please see here for our full FAQs
14. This promotion is not sponsored, endorsed, administered by or associated with Amazon.co.uk.
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Thanks Time to couple it with Amazon gift card from Morrisons
Edited by: "vassy4u" 12th Jan
This could be good next week when Amazon give £10 discount for winning the Annual Customer Service award (around the 20th Jan) Just thinking ahead.
copperspock2 h, 31 m ago

A bit harsh .


Not harsh at all really, they are basically stealing £5.
copperspock15 m ago

Well they're not stealing because it's not £5 of our own money that …Well they're not stealing because it's not £5 of our own money that they're taking from us, and it's only a fiver :).


By their own terms and conditions we are owed a £5 amazon voucher from them and they are refusing to pay up. They have pocketed the commission that amazon have paid them for all these orders. It may only be a fiver, but I don't believe it's right to let them get away with it without calling them out.

Stealing may have been the wrong word, perhaps fraud is more fitting since they have obtained money by deception.
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Thank you for posting....heat
Do you know if I can buy two and get £10 ?
heat indeed scorchio a free fiver lovely jubbly
Thanks Time to couple it with Amazon gift card from Morrisons
Edited by: "vassy4u" 12th Jan
Can you buy a £50 gift certificate ?
Original Poster
damianscotland2 m ago

Do you know if I can buy two and get £10 ?



8. This offer is limited to one £5 Amazon eGift Voucher per person.
There is an Amazon promotion offering a £5.00 gift card on a £50.00 gift card top up purchase.

Would you be able to purchase a £50.01 gift card to qualify for both the £5.00 top up offer and still qualify for the Vouchercodes £5.00, or are gift cards excluded.
Is it only valid for single orders of £50 or basket total?
foxymeister4 m ago

Can you buy a £50 gift certificate ?



Does say over £50.00.
khy501 m ago

Is it only valid for single orders of £50 or basket total?


Only 1000 will get this per t and c
NCIS17 m ago

There is an Amazon promotion offering a £5.00 gift card on a £50.00 gift c …There is an Amazon promotion offering a £5.00 gift card on a £50.00 gift card top up purchase.Would you be able to purchase a £50.01 gift card to qualify for both the £5.00 top up offer and still qualify for the Vouchercodes £5.00, or are gift cards excluded.




“Excluded Items” – the Minimum Purchase Amount excludes any and all items that fall within the following categories: gift cards and any other categories described on the relevant Promotion coupon. The determination of whether particular purchases fall within an excluded category will be determined at RetailMeNot’s sole discretion. If you are unsure whether a desired item falls within an excluded category, please contact RetailMeNot via our website “Contact Us” form prior to making your purchase.
Can anyone who has used vouchercodes confirm how this works? Do they send you a code to apply at checkout on amazon? Or do you have to pay full price on amazon but somehow go through vouchercodes and hope they track the sale?

Hoping its the former. If its the latter it sounds very much like cashback and we all know how well that works...
ST31234 m ago

Can anyone who has used vouchercodes confirm how this works? Do they send …Can anyone who has used vouchercodes confirm how this works? Do they send you a code to apply at checkout on amazon? Or do you have to pay full price on amazon but somehow go through vouchercodes and hope they track the sale? Hoping its the former. If its the latter it sounds very much like cashback and we all know how well that works...



like cashback
NCIS22 m ago

Does say over £50.00.


Add a 1p sim card to your basket.
Do we need to upload receipt? When I go yo Rewards on the Vouchercodes websiteit's looking for a receipt to be uploaded, but normally they track from the purchase using the link.

Unless it's because it's my 1st time using vouchercodes.
ST31235 m ago

Can anyone who has used vouchercodes confirm how this works? Do they send …Can anyone who has used vouchercodes confirm how this works? Do they send you a code to apply at checkout on amazon? Or do you have to pay full price on amazon but somehow go through vouchercodes and hope they track the sale? Hoping its the former. If its the latter it sounds very much like cashback and we all know how well that works...


Vouchercodes is legit. They will email you your £5 amazon code.
ST31237 m ago

Can anyone who has used vouchercodes confirm how this works? Do they send …Can anyone who has used vouchercodes confirm how this works? Do they send you a code to apply at checkout on amazon? Or do you have to pay full price on amazon but somehow go through vouchercodes and hope they track the sale? Hoping its the former. If its the latter it sounds very much like cashback and we all know how well that works...


you will get a £5 egift voucher in your vouchercodes account rewards
RiverDragon83 m ago

Vouchercodes is legit. They will email you your £5 amazon code.


wrong, it will be in your vouchercodes account.
its very simple and straightforward ive always had mine.once something didn't track i emailed them they asked for a copy of invoice sent kaboom free voucher much better than waiting 16 years for top cash back or quidco
sola358 m ago

wrong, it will be in your vouchercodes account.


You're right, they email you once your code is in your account.
RiverDragon825 s ago

You're right, they email you once your code is in your account.


amazoncrazy3 m ago

its very simple and straightforward ive always had mine.once something …its very simple and straightforward ive always had mine.once something didn't track i emailed them they asked for a copy of invoice sent kaboom free voucher much better than waiting 16 years for top cash back or quidco


so true, can not fault vouchercodes just stick to Ts&Cs and no problem.
RiverDragon84 m ago

You're right, they email you once your code is in your account.


yep, spot on:D
Thanks OP
Last one they done was £10 for £10+ spend at amazon on black Friday.
Edited by: "RiverDragon8" 11th Jan
Thanks, just got free £5!
Nice - thanks op!
there also was "Get an extra £5 when you top up £50 or more" in the 'gift cards' page of my Amazon account (not sure about other pages)
33044040-OvLXp.jpgWhat is Top Up?
When you use Top Up, you are effectively purchasing an Amazon.co.uk Gift Card that is automatically added to your Amazon.co.uk Gift Card balance. You can directly and instantly top up an amount of your choice using a credit or debit card. You can also set up Auto Top Up, with the option of scheduling a Top Up on a regular frequency, or adding funds automatically when your balance drops below a selected amount.

To redeem this offer:
(1) Click the button ‘Click to register for the Top Up reward’
(2) Top Up your Amazon.co.uk account with £50 or more in a single order

The £5 reward will be automatically applied to your Amazon.co.uk Gift Card balance when your order is processed. See full Terms and Conditions below.
Edited by: "grumbler" 11th Jan
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NCIS3 h, 10 m ago

There is an Amazon promotion offering a £5.00 gift card on a £50.00 gift c …There is an Amazon promotion offering a £5.00 gift card on a £50.00 gift card top up purchase.Would you be able to purchase a £50.01 gift card to qualify for both the £5.00 top up offer and still qualify for the Vouchercodes £5.00, or are gift cards excluded.


Read the full T&C, gift cards are excluded I believe
They wont pay out on gift cards

  • “Excluded Items” – the Minimum Purchase Amount excludes any and all items that fall within the following categories: gift cards and any other categories described on the relevant Promotion coupon. The determination of whether particular purchases fall within an excluded category will be determined at RetailMeNot’s sole discretion. If you are unsure whether a desired item falls within an excluded category, please contact RetailMeNot via our website “Contact Us” form prior to making your purchase.
This could be good next week when Amazon give £10 discount for winning the Annual Customer Service award (around the 20th Jan) Just thinking ahead.
when you click on the offer in vouchercodes, the 1st condition is "Create an account so we can email you updates and give you your voucher.", Does this means the offer is only for new people signing up to vouchercodes.co.uk ?
Just made a non-urgent Prime £90 order yesterday, goddamnit
Does everything have to be sold by Amazon?

My parents just took advantage of my Student Prime and asked me to order a few things which came to JUST under £90?
However one of those things was a £45 lamp not sold by Amazon.

Would it count if I was to cancel and reorder it?
How do you get a receipt from Amazon?? Do they mean the invoice you can download from the orders page?
Does it work for pre-orders?
Thanks
would items from amazon warehouse counted?
doby13 h, 57 m ago

How do you get a receipt from Amazon?? Do they mean the invoice you can …How do you get a receipt from Amazon?? Do they mean the invoice you can download from the orders page?


Id also like to know this aswell please
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