free £50 amazon voucher with sim only plan @ Vodafone via giftcloud
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free £50 amazon voucher with sim only plan @ Vodafone via giftcloud

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Found 15th Feb 2016
free £50 amazon voucher with sim only plan on Vodafone (direct) via giftcloud

would be great to go with the £20 sim only Vodafone deal that's gone red hot recently

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Original Poster

ok y has this gone cold? a free amazon voucher that would be great to go with the recent deal that went red hot

because the 2 other Vodafone offers had cashback which equated to £120 roughly.
Otherwise this is a good deal.

Original Poster

iSpy2016

because the 2 other Vodafone offers had cashback which equated to £120 … because the 2 other Vodafone offers had cashback which equated to £120 roughly.Otherwise this is a good deal.



​ok cheers mate

iSpy2016

because the 2 other Vodafone offers had cashback which equated to £120 … because the 2 other Vodafone offers had cashback which equated to £120 roughly.Otherwise this is a good deal.


Sorry, which were the £120 cashback offers?. I only saw redemption deals. This £50 should be automatic.

This offer is only valid for new Vodafone customers.

My bad, I confused the two. But as I said this is still a good deal, especially if you do not want to go through the hassle of redeeming your discount.

Currently this or the BT offer [which is offering £40 worth of amazon vouchers til tonight] are your best hassle free, value for money deals.

amerjitdosanjh7

ok y has this gone cold? a free amazon voucher that would be great to go … ok y has this gone cold? a free amazon voucher that would be great to go with the recent deal that went red hot


Because people are aloud to vote either way, its a free country, just because you think its a good deal doesn't mean that everyone does.

Original Poster

therudders

Because people are aloud to vote either way, its a free country, just … Because people are aloud to vote either way, its a free country, just because you think its a good deal doesn't mean that everyone does.



​geezer, this deal should be sky high due to tcb and quidco not giving cashback, alternative is a free amazon voucher with a £20 20gb sim only with 1 of the following netflix, Spotify, now TV or sky sports mobile in my opinion is a cracking deal

Vodafone are awful, steer clear.

therudders

Because people are aloud to vote either way, its a free country, just … Because people are aloud to vote either way, its a free country, just because you think its a good deal doesn't mean that everyone does.



he isn't saying VOTE HOT. he's asking the logic behind cold votes. sometimes a deal comes along that for all intents and purposes should go hot, but doesn't because either there's a better deal OP doesn't know about, or people have their own (often petty and misguided reasons). OP's just asking for some clarification.

for the record - this is HOT! if it works.

Original Poster

DennisG

he isn't saying VOTE HOT. he's asking the logic behind cold votes. … he isn't saying VOTE HOT. he's asking the logic behind cold votes. sometimes a deal comes along that for all intents and purposes should go hot, but doesn't because either there's a better deal OP doesn't know about, or people have their own (often petty and misguided reasons). OP's just asking for some clarification.for the record - this is HOT! if it works.



​thanks for your support and understanding mate :-)

no worries.
i like this deal

I'm just a little hesitant about the company - 675 likes on FB
voucher cloud on the other hand has almost 300k and is giving £50 debenhams vouchers which I appreciate is worth about negative ten pounds in actual currency
the only saving grace is voda link to gift cloud on their own website http://www.vodafone.com/content/index/what/giftcloud.html#
scratch that - after a bit of digging, turns out both of these clouds are owned by vodafone!

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therudders

Because people are aloud to vote either way, its a free country, just … Because people are aloud to vote either way, its a free country, just because you think its a good deal doesn't mean that everyone does.



aloud
əˈlaʊd/
adverb
1.
audibly; not silently or in a whisper.
"he read the letter aloud"
synonyms: audibly, out loud, for all to hear, clearly, distinctly, plainly, intelligibly
"he read the letter aloud"
2.
archaic
loudly.
"he wept aloud"

allow
əˈlaʊ/
verb
past tense: allowed; past participle: allowed
1.
let (someone) have or do something.
"the dissident was allowed to leave the country"
synonyms: permit, let, authorize, give someone permission to, give authorization to, give leave to, sanction, grant, grant someone the right, license, empower, enable, entitle, qualify; More
2.
give the necessary time or opportunity for.
"they agreed to a ceasefire to allow talks with the government"

Original Poster

DennisG

no worries.i like this dealI'm just a little hesitant about the company - … no worries.i like this dealI'm just a little hesitant about the company - 675 likes on FBvoucher cloud on the other hand has almost 300k and is giving £50 debenhams vouchers which I appreciate is worth about negative ten pounds in actual currencythe only saving grace is voda link to gift cloud on their own website http://www.vodafone.com/content/index/what/giftcloud.html#scratch that - after a bit of digging, turns out both of these clouds are owned by vodafone!



​well atleast we get a free amazon voucher within 4mths lol

giftcloud.com/uk/…ure gives a £60 Amazon voucher for sim only contracts above £19.80 a month.

What's their definition of 'New Customer'? Someone never had been with them or someone currently not with them?

Original Poster

hotdealseeker

What's their definition of 'New Customer'? Someone never had been with … What's their definition of 'New Customer'? Someone never had been with them or someone currently not with them?



​i think both reasons but that's my guess so don't rely on it 100%

T&C states 'purchase of any SIM Only plan', but not stating how long you need to stay connected for, nor the maximum time would take to issue the gift. A bit fishy.
Or TGTBT, to choose the cheapest 30day SIMO then go after qualified.

DennisG

he isn't saying VOTE HOT. he's asking the logic behind cold votes. … he isn't saying VOTE HOT. he's asking the logic behind cold votes. sometimes a deal comes along that for all intents and purposes should go hot, but doesn't because either there's a better deal OP doesn't know about, or people have their own (often petty and misguided reasons). OP's just asking for some clarification.for the record - this is HOT! if it works.


I believe that clarification is what I gave.

nannyhoo

"aloudəˈlaʊd/adverb1.audibly; not silently or in a whisper."he read the l … "aloudəˈlaʊd/adverb1.audibly; not silently or in a whisper."he read the letter aloud"synonyms: audibly, out loud, for all to hear, clearly, distinctly, plainly, intelligibly"he read the letter aloud"2.archaicloudly."he wept aloud"allowəˈlaʊ/verbpast tense: allowed; past participle: allowed1.let (someone) have or do something."the dissident was allowed to leave the country"synonyms: permit, let, authorize, give someone permission to, give authorization to, give leave to, sanction, grant, grant someone the right, license, empower, enable, entitle, qualify; More2.give the necessary time or opportunity for."they agreed to a ceasefire to allow talks with the government"



I genuinely feel embarrassed by how bad my spelling is! great comeback

therudders

I believe that clarification is what I gave.



No. Far from it. Apart from the funny sp mistake, and the erroneous belief that we exercise full freedom (e.g. I can't ask the mods for your personal details or play cricket in regent street or even allow my horse to foul himself wherever he pleases).

Clarification would've been a specific reason as to why the deal went cold such as 'Vodafone have a tendency to not honour these deals' or 'O2 have just released the same package for a fiver'.

I know people react differently to the 'why cold' or 'don't vote cold' requests from posters (but not the similar plea 'I'm new, don't bite' for some reason), but I very often see the HUKD phenomenon where a good deal does start life of with a few cold votes and inexplicably goes to ~-20º before getting some serious heat. This has been observed by a number of people and it's very annoying because there's never any explanation in the comments - and often when you've posted a really good deal (or spotted it as a user), you'd like to know why people consider it cold - because if there's a much better alternative, a catch or a issue with this deal, it makes sense to be informed before committing.

Sounds like a good deal, to me. I have little choice of network as 3 is terrible so is o2. ee is patchy at best and I get no signal in the house. So Vodafone it is, like it or not!

Expired.

It has been four months, anybody managed to get their voucher yet?
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