How your £50 Amazon Business voucher actually works …..

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Last week we covered a very generous offer for anyone with their own SME.  Amazon offered HFP readers a 50% discount on their next order (maximum discount £50) when they created a free Amazon Business account.  See here if you missed it.

There were some delays getting the 50% discount codes out, but most who signed up on the first day should have had their codes yesterday.  If you didn’t, please wait another couple of days – I will do a tidy up next week.  Look in your spam folder though as a large percentage seem to have ended up there.

If you didn’t sign up last week, you can register your company by following the instructions in this article.  You ONLY qualify for the code if you use our sign-up link.

Amazon Business free £50

PS.  Using ‘pay by invoice’ means you cannot use the 50% discount code, as per the terms and conditions.  You need to add a credit card and then wait 48 hours.  The code should then work against any qualifying order which is charged to the card.

PPS.  One reader said yesterday that to get the code to work he had to do the following (no idea why!):

“1) Go to “Business Settings”
2) Click “Shared Settings”
3) Change from “Individual…” to “Do not allow…” and update
4) Go back to “Shared Settings” and change it back to the first option”

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  1. Does buying through Amazon Business rather than consumer mean losing out on Distance Selling protection? Or are Amazon still offering a reasonably generous policy? Can’t see the answer on their site.

  2. Gregory Hardie-Eades says:

    Hi there, firstly, I want to start by saying I love your website and visit it every day. Your tips and advice are so really good and bring great benefits to your readers.

    Secondly, regarding the avios offer on Groupon, I bought two tranches of 8000 avios on Groupon Spain on 2nd October. I transferred them to Iberiaplus immediately and while they’re showing redeemed on Groupon, they haven’t reached my Iberiaplus account yet. Last time I bought avios on this offer, they were transferred in a couple of days. Have you heard anything about changes to the timescale? Would be grateful for any information. Many thanks. Gregory

  3. Honestly, regarding timescale and such, this offer is always a bit random. Mine have also not yet arrived. I’d say just wait a while. I don’t know how they manage to always make it so bad but… it is what it is.

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