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6.5% off one4all gift cards with free standard delivery
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6.5% off one4all gift cards with free standard delivery

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Posted 25th Sep 2018

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6.5% off total amount purchased. “Accepted in over 130 High street stores”
Card amounts: Minimum £10 Max £400
Can’t see a limit to how many you can buy.
18 months expiry date

There are terms & conditions to each store how many you can use online at a time - so please check with the store.

List of stores currently one4all.com/ret…tml

Terms & conditions gvsprepaid.com/one…tml

FAQ - one4all.com/help


Not a huge amount but can be used as payment when using other codes etc
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Not voting either way cos I have never used them but they seem to get a bit of a roasting on trustpilot.

uk.trustpilot.com/rev….ie

Buyer beware.
plunet26 m ago

Not voting either way cos I have never used them but they seem to get a …Not voting either way cos I have never used them but they seem to get a bit of a roasting on trustpilot.https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/one4all.ieBuyer beware.


A lot of them seem to be from around the same date - stating an error in system and also a lot saying they had a fee taken taken off - it does clearly state that after 18months a 90p fee a month is taken off , so they don’t hide that.
I’ve recently bought 10 of these and had no issues
I have had no issue with these cards.
I’ve used them a couple of times and never had a problem
never had an issue
plunet3 h, 6 m ago

Not voting either way cos I have never used them but they seem to get a …Not voting either way cos I have never used them but they seem to get a bit of a roasting on trustpilot.https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/one4all.ieBuyer beware.


Thanks for posting. Will avoid.
Honestly think you are better off having the flexibility of the money.
You might use them if you knew for definite you wanted to buy an item from one of the retailers, but i tend to steer clear of most vouchers as all sorts of things can happen to them and they dont remain valid forever.
999tigger28 m ago

Honestly think you are better off having the flexibility of the money.You …Honestly think you are better off having the flexibility of the money.You might use them if you knew for definite you wanted to buy an item from one of the retailers, but i tend to steer clear of most vouchers as all sorts of things can happen to them and they dont remain valid forever.


Thanks but I think everyone here is adult enough to make that decision.
Why would someone buy £400 in vouchers just to save 6.5% to them keep in a safe place?
But hey I’m glad you’ve warned someone not to do that
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Heat added as some people will be planning to purchase from these shops so why not get 6.5% discount? Also Christmas is round the corner so may make a good gift. As it's a gift card, should be stackable with offers /promotions /sales! I've used this in the past with no problems. I haven't waited 18 months though in case the company goes into administration
I was interested in this
I liked that they declared that the deposits were paid into a separate account so if they go into administration your money would be "protected"
I thought I would check this status. Unfortunately this isn't technically true as the Bank Of Ireland hold a "charge" on this company
What this means is that if the company were to go insolvent. the Bank Of Ireland actually have "first charge" on any and all accounts opened by GVS Prepaid Ltd
That GVS declare your money is totally safe when they know it isn't I find concerning
As such, I shall avoid this company

Companies house info for GVS (the real name for the company) >> COMPANIES HOUSE REGISTER LINK

Text for charge held on this company >> CHARGE DETAIL

Key line in charge held by BOI
3.1 (k) all monies from time to time standing to the credit of its accounts with any bank....(including each designated account)

What that line means, is that in the event that the company goes into administration or liquidation, the Bank Of Ireland holds first charge over any financial deposit this company makes, including "designated accounts" or as they are also known "your deposit"

I leave it there
We accept these where I work, you get issues when they don't swipe, its impossible to type in the card number, also people get angry because we don't know the balance or remaining balance on the card and they expect us to know and can't understand why we don't know. But when they work they are great
plunet25th Sep

Not voting either way cos I have never used them but they seem to get a …Not voting either way cos I have never used them but they seem to get a bit of a roasting on trustpilot.https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/one4all.ieBuyer beware.


Check John Lewis and see what you think of trust pilot.
Worked a treat for me. Got £65 off £999 worth of vouchers and used to buy the iPhone Xs in John Lewis

Thanks op
daz196929th Sep

We accept these where I work, you get issues when they don't swipe, its …We accept these where I work, you get issues when they don't swipe, its impossible to type in the card number, also people get angry because we don't know the balance or remaining balance on the card and they expect us to know and can't understand why we don't know. But when they work they are great


That is the most annoying thing... You need to know the balance to use it... And the shopa can't tell you. If they try to use it for an amount over what you think is on it its just rejected. Doesn't just take off what's on the card. A bit of an inconvenience but as long as you know balance it's a good card.
Still working just used
I'm not sure why this is expired, I've just used it and got £4.88 off £75!
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