Free £5 Amazon Gift Card on orders over £50 @ wilko, when you go thru vouchercodes.co.uk
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Free £5 Amazon Gift Card on orders over £50 @ wilko, when you go thru vouchercodes.co.uk

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Found 4th Aug 2016Made hot 4th Aug 2016
Free £5 Amazon Gift Card on orders over £50 @ wilko, But you must go through vouchercodes.co.uk, it's a promotion being run by vouchercodes.co.uk

be signed into vouchercodes before doing this - thanks pitbullmern

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Heat.

remember to be signed into vouchercodes before doing this or it wont track. stating the obvious i know but almost ordered without logging in.

heat thanks x

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pitbullmern

remember to be signed into vouchercodes before doing this or it wont … remember to be signed into vouchercodes before doing this or it wont track. stating the obvious i know but almost ordered without logging in.


thanks , forgot in details

£50 at Wilko? Is that possible?

Do Wilko do any gift cards that could be purchased??

vassy201187

Do Wilko do any gift cards that could be purchased??



I know they sell gift cards instore.

vassy201187

Do Wilko do any gift cards that could be purchased??



Worth reading through the terms and conditions very carefully as I got caught out with the recent Amazon offer from vouchercodes, purchased a £55 gift card only to be told that gift cards are excluded from the promotion.

D'oh!

malachi

I know they sell gift cards instore.



It's buried in the full terms and conditions but gift cards are excluded.

i spent £95 last week online for wilkos cound not find any codes or offers about right lol

I swear if this was just a £5 off £50 spend at wilko, it wouldn't get anywhere near this amount of heat. Amazon vouchers seem to be worth more than their cash value.
Still, decent deal if you're getting something through wilko.

8. This offer is limited to one £5 Amazon Gift Card per person with a maximum of 400 rewards available.

You have no idea if any are left. It's a complete gamble. These vouchercodes.co.uk offers are bordering on being a scam imo.

moneysavingkitten

8. This offer is limited to one £5 Amazon Gift Card per person with a … 8. This offer is limited to one £5 Amazon Gift Card per person with a maximum of 400 rewards available.You have no idea if any are left. It's a complete gamble. These vouchercodes.co.uk offers are bordering on being a scam imo.



​Exactly. What a shyte 'deal'.

Almost as bad as Nectar - spend £200 to get 50p of points !

moneysavingkitten

8. This offer is limited to one £5 Amazon Gift Card per person with a … 8. This offer is limited to one £5 Amazon Gift Card per person with a maximum of 400 rewards available.You have no idea if any are left. It's a complete gamble. These vouchercodes.co.uk offers are bordering on being a scam imo.



Completely disagree - they've run the offer three times now and have been excellent in fulfilment despite having 1000's of clicks/orders. Just read previous threads.

I've said this before but the specific limit on the terms and condition is to cover vouchercodes if they want to pull the offer but from past experience they will remove the offer from the site if oversubscribed.

Chanchi32

Completely disagree - they've run the offer three times now and have been … Completely disagree - they've run the offer three times now and have been excellent in fulfilment despite having 1000's of clicks/orders. Just read previous threads.I've said this before but the specific limit on the terms and condition is to cover vouchercodes if they want to pull the offer but from past experience they will remove the offer from the site if oversubscribed.



I appreciate that is your experience. However I think it's wrong to post a deal without stating this information and I wouldn't want to chance my arm on it. Especially if I was making the purchase because of the voucher. So I am not going to stop pointing it out when these deals are posted.

Given the terms, they don't seem to be obliged to give you anything at all. Even if they have been gracious so far. You even say 'the specific limit on the terms and condition is to cover vouchercodes if they want to pull the offer'. Doesn't fill me with confidence. If they can fulfill more orders, why have the limit? Reeks of dishonestly.

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