Spend £10 at BBCstore and receive an £10 voucher code by email within 48 hours
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Spend £10 at BBCstore and receive an £10 voucher code by email within 48 hours

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Found 29th Jun 2016
Just had an email with this offer, can't yet see it online but the terms from the offer are as below (doesn't look like email recipients only)....

It's easy to get £10 off

1. Spend a minimum of £10 in one or more transactions before 23.59 on 06.07.16
2. We’ll email you within 48 hours with an exclusive £10 voucher code
3. Redeem £10 voucher in a single transaction by 23.59 on 12.07.16
T&Cs apply

Small print:

Spend a minimum of £10 and get £10 off
In order to qualify for the £10 off voucher code you must spend a minimum of £10 on bbcstore.com in one or more transactions between Wednesday 29.06.16 and 23.59 on Wednesday 06.07.16. Once you have spent £10 with us (one or more transactions) we’ll send you an email with a £10 voucher code to redeem on a future purchase. You will receive your £10 voucher code email within 48 hours after your made your qualifying purchase. Only one £10 voucher code will be issued per customer. If you do not receive your £10 voucher email within 48 hours please contact bbcstore@bbc.com . If you cancel any qualifying purchases included in the offer within 14 days, the offer is no longer valid and we may also cancel any purchases made using your £10 voucher code.

£10 off voucher
The £10 voucher code must be redeemed by 23.59 on Tuesday 12.07.2016. £10 voucher code can only be used in a single transaction. No minimum spend required. If your transaction is less than £10 you will forfeit the difference and it will not be added as BBC Store credit or refunded to your account. This offer is not valid with any other promotional discount or offer and subject to availability. Only one £10 voucher code can be used per transaction and one use per person. Only one £10 voucher code will be issued per customer.

Offer only available to UK residents. BBC Store reserves the right to change, amend or discontinue offers at any time without prior notice. Non-transferable and no cash alternative. You have to open a BBC Store account and accept BBC Store Terms and Conditions to redeem any offers and you must be at least 18 years of age. Promoter: BBC Worldwide Ltd. Contact bbcstore@bbc.com with any queries.

33 Comments

SuperEd

Possibly account specific, had one for £5 spend and get a £5 code?

i had the £5 too - i've purchased a couple of things so suspect i'm not as big a catch as a newbie

Anything decent under £5? Sale items?

Spend £10 and we will use it to fund our threatening blackmail campaign called a Tv license

red23

Spend £10 and we will use it to fund our threatening blackmail campaign … Spend £10 and we will use it to fund our threatening blackmail campaign called a Tv license



Or you could stop using your TV.

Good for items up to £10, but I want to buy HD shows and the 50% offer that was on last weekend was far better. My voucher says £10 off when you spend £10, which isn't true as you have to buy something, and then spend £10 on your second order to get the full discount.

Jonnyblock

Anything decent under £5? Sale items?



£5, or £10 minimum remember?.

Or else you get nowt!, lol.

Jonnyblock

Or you could stop using your TV.


No he need to watch and complain. Weather, politics, migrants, prices that's make him happy.
Edited by: "Jo444" 30th Jun 2016

nfoulger1

My voucher says £10 off when you spend £10, which isn't true as you have t … My voucher says £10 off when you spend £10, which isn't true as you have to buy something, and then spend £10 on your second order to get the full discount.



I agree with you.

It's kinda along the lines of crafty Marketing' & the ilk?. :-(

Lol.

Didn't even know BBC sold stuff. Went to have a look to see if threads is on there, and it is, first page! £3.99!

If you've never seen it, watch it. Superb, if utterly depressing.

Jonnyblock

Anything decent under £5? Sale items?


Threads!!

Will be getting that and yes minister.

Do not give money to this propagandist outfit.

lol @ buying media.

tfish

Do not give money to this propagandist outfit.



Zzzz.

tfish

Do not give money to this propagandist outfit.


Sorry? Are you thinking perhaps of anything Murdoch related - such as the Sun and Sky? You must be muddled.

jaydeeuk1

Didn't even know BBC sold stuff. Went to have a look to see if threads is … Didn't even know BBC sold stuff. Went to have a look to see if threads is on there, and it is, first page! £3.99!If you've never seen it, watch it. Superb, if utterly depressing.




Free on YouTube, still. Also legal!

Will considering buying when there is a Apple TV app

markoUK

Will considering buying when there is a Apple TV app



There is an TV BBC app - apple.com/uk/…er/

red23

Spend £10 and we will use it to fund our threatening blackmail campaign … Spend £10 and we will use it to fund our threatening blackmail campaign called a Tv license



Please do some research.

For starters BBC Store is BBC Worldwide commissioned programming and has absolutely nothing to do with Public Service.

Secondly to those who don't understand the (confusingly named) TV License, this actually funds ALL local radio, national radio, the website, news, sport, iPlayer, school reports, education initiatives for schools and a lot more.

Take all that away, what you have is Murdoch and crappy reality TV on ITV and commercial radio.

That's not to say the BBC don't have any waste, but that's why they are scrutinised so heavily.

Edited by: "The_Hoff" 30th Jun 2016

Is this considered a 'deal', you spend £10 to get a £10 voucher? Arent you in the same place you started?

adz2010

Is this considered a 'deal', you spend £10 to get a £10 voucher? Arent y … Is this considered a 'deal', you spend £10 to get a £10 voucher? Arent you in the same place you started?



That depends if you have more than 1 product in mind. I'm guessing you don't.

Never even knew BBC had a digital store, i wouldve thought people would use either iTunes or the Play Store, hmm

Must say that with the demise of the BBC Store and then encouraged to buy from the Digital Store, I haven't.
I still splash out on hard media (which is costly + takes up space). The reason I'm looking at the Digital Store is hoping that some stuff - like Dirk Gently which is only available on DVD, can be purchased to view in HD, and other programmes that never make it to hard media, become available. If I'm to switch to Digital however, it needs to be competitively priced, which it isn't. Only the 50% discount makes it worthwhile.

The_Hoff

Please do some research.For starters BBC Store is BBC Worldwide … Please do some research.For starters BBC Store is BBC Worldwide commissioned programming and has absolutely nothing to do with Public Service. Secondly to those who don't understand the (confusingly named) TV License, this actually funds ALL local radio, national radio, the website, news, sport, iPlayer, school reports, education initiatives for schools and a lot more.Take all that away, what you have is Murdoch and crappy reality TV on ITV and commercial radio.That's not to say the BBC don't have any waste, but that's why they are scrutinised so heavily.


I have no issue with the general principle of the TBH licence, but as always; if the programs are TVL; they should be provided to the public at no extra cost as set out in the BBC's charter. Funnelling the money through a shell company doesn't change that.
If all the decent stuff is not publicly funded; that would raise the question of where on earth does the money go?

Googlyhead

[quote=The_Hoff]I have no issue with the general principle of the TBH … [quote=The_Hoff]I have no issue with the general principle of the TBH licence, but as always; if the programs are TVL; they should be provided to the public at no extra cost as set out in the BBC's charter. Funnelling the money through a shell company doesn't change that.If all the decent stuff is not publicly funded; that would raise the question of where on earth does the money go?


Just goes back into the BBC, helping keep the cost of the License down.

Even at half price on 20 quids worth everything on the store is ridiculously expensive.

I think you would have to be desperate, stupid, or rich enough not to care to buy anything there.

red23

Spend £10 and we will use it to fund our threatening blackmail campaign … Spend £10 and we will use it to fund our threatening blackmail campaign called a Tv license



So edgy

Got the £5 one

SteveDave4

Free on YouTube, still. Also legal!


Yeah I posted on here as a deal a year or so back, was naff quality though

Googlyhead

I have no issue with the general principle of the TBH licence, but as … I have no issue with the general principle of the TBH licence, but as always; if the programs are TVL; they should be provided to the public at no extra cost as set out in the BBC's charter. Funnelling the money through a shell company doesn't change that.If all the decent stuff is not publicly funded; that would raise the question of where on earth does the money go?



There's lots of reasons that cannot be the case, but the primary reasons being that the BBC commisions programmes from other programme makers under contract, in addition to in-house work.

The BBC PS sell the rights to content it is eligible to do so and those programmes are then sold globally, either in recorded form, or the IP/license to the brand. That money then comes back to PS in part to subsidise the few you pay.

Everything is publically funded, you just pay a fraction of the actual costs.
Edited by: "The_Hoff" 30th Jun 2016

The_Hoff

Please do some research.For starters BBC Store is BBC Worldwide … Please do some research.For starters BBC Store is BBC Worldwide commissioned programming and has absolutely nothing to do with Public Service. Secondly to those who don't understand the (confusingly named) TV License, this actually funds ALL local radio, national radio, the website, news, sport, iPlayer, school reports, education initiatives for schools and a lot more.Take all that away, what you have is Murdoch and crappy reality TV on ITV and commercial radio.That's not to say the BBC don't have any waste, but that's why they are scrutinised so heavily.


Some good points but their expenses are hardly scrutinised at all...and they get away with allot of wasteful jollies etc..

usenetz

There is an TV BBC app - h … There is an TV BBC app - http://www.apple.com/uk/tv/entertainment/bbc-iplayer/



That doesn't let you watch purchases on the Apple TV though
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