Samsung Smart Things Hub £80 - first time amazon fresh customers
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Samsung Smart Things Hub £80 - first time amazon fresh customers

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Found 17th Feb
** Only valid if you use Amazon Fresh for the first time.

Hi All,

First post (be gentle). If you're a first time Amazon Fresh user you get £20 off anything over £60.

You simply add the Smart Things Hub to your fresh basket and the discount is automatically taken.

standard price: £100

Product URL

smartthings.com/uk/

Great way to start your home automation journey (this isnt a debate about which hub is the best.)

Also i know this could be used for other electronics not just the hub!

Hope somebody finds this useful.

Thanks

Burt

14 Comments

You need be an Amazon Prime customer to use this, so cold for me, sorry.
The other link seems to be to hardware and software (made by Samsung) to control items in your home remotely.
Edited by: "jasee" 17th Feb

jasee

You need be an Amazon Prime customer to use this, so cold for me, … You need be an Amazon Prime customer to use this, so cold for me, sorry.The other link seems to be to hardware and software (made by Samsung) to control items in your home remotely.



Well I've hot just to counter your cold vote. Surely if this could be useful to someone then it's good to share. It's like cold voting local deals because not everyone can get them. At least anyone can join Prime.

The biggest problem is that Fresh is not available to every Prime customer, it's just selected areas.

donslibi

Well I've hot just to counter your cold vote. Surely if this could be … Well I've hot just to counter your cold vote. Surely if this could be useful to someone then it's good to share. It's like cold voting local deals because not everyone can get them. At least anyone can join Prime.


The OP should have mentioned that you had to be a prime member to use this. OK she/he is new. If you are not a prime member you can't even see from the link what it's about!
I always vote cold if the non prime price is extortionate (which it usually is) to counter those prime members who vote it hot!
Edited by: "jasee" 17th Feb

jasee

You need be an Amazon Prime customer to use this, so cold for me, … You need be an Amazon Prime customer to use this, so cold for me, sorry.The other link seems to be to hardware and software (made by Samsung) to control items in your home remotely.



​come one takes 5 mins to make a prime acount


voting cold ...naughty

I'm really getting sick of people voting cold for no good reason on here.

"I'm just going to look out for car deals and vote them cold because I already have a car" twerps

ashmac

​come one takes 5 mins to make a prime acountvoting cold ...naughty



Ok, so the OP is new but there's absolutely no usable information here, what is the £80 for? A smart hub? Of some sort Or a discount on something (food?, anything? what?) £20 off a £60 spend on what?

Original Poster

jasee

:)Ok, so the OP is new but there's absolutely no usable information here, … :)Ok, so the OP is new but there's absolutely no usable information here, what is the £80 for? A smart hub? Of some sort Or a discount on something (food?, anything? what?) £20 off a £60 spend on what?




Ok Sorry but disagree slightly, I've added the original price which is £100. And I did say "£20 off ANYTHING over £60". Also the hub is called "Smart Things Hub". I think there is usable info there.

Hot from me, £20 of anything over £60 how could I vote cold

The fact that someone do not have prime or fresh ability doesn't make any prime deal a bad one.
What about tons of local deals which usually are only available to the person who posted it...those often got very hot quickly and no one can even buy them.
Most Prime deals at least are available to all prime members

To be fair if you have not got Amazon prime you'd have to sign up for it. I know they offer a trial period but like any such thing it's sometimes not that simple to get out of it and it does affect the price of the item so is relevant especially if it's area specific too.
Not voting either way as I don't know enough about these products to know whether it's a good deal or not.

Probably best to add the Prime membership to the post op.

Edited by: "pickledtink" 17th Feb

A post should contain all the information to allow you get get the thing that's a bargain. If there are any special things that you need, prerequisites, you should state those too. And the main link should point to the item which is a bargain. Sorry first time poster, originally registered November 2016, but you must have seen other ads here?
Maybe you need at least this:
samsung.com/uk/…uk/ there isn't £100 off there
Edited by: "jasee" 17th Feb

jasee

:)Ok, so the OP is new but there's absolutely no usable information … :)Ok, so the OP is new but there's absolutely no usable information here, what is the £80 for? A smart hub? Of some sort Or a discount on something (food?, anything? what?) £20 off a £60 spend on what?



​Do you need spoon feeding for everything?

Familyfresh gets you £30 off a £60

Wouldn't you need to pay a delivery charge, unless you also have an Amazon Fresh subscription?
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