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Started by: a_rachel
On: 09/03/2012 | 08:38
Replies: 31
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by: supasnail
on: 09/03/2012 | 11:12

Getting closer to the sort of offers I'd be interested in - alcohol! Smiley Wink

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by: ilikenoodles
on: 09/03/2012 | 11:18

Yeah word to that 

 

what about us beer drinkers.

 

 

 

Im sorry guys but this deal week is a bit disapointing so far if you ask me 

 

£5 from prezzies wich is the most rediculesly over priced shop i have ever seen even with £5 off its shocking 

and mostly ammounts to free delivery for the cheapest item wich are keyrings that arnt worth £1 but cost £5 total rip off.

 

And wine? Cmon! What about the rest of us that dont walk around sniffing cielings all day and want a cool refreshing drink of cider or beer.

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by: teapea
on: 09/03/2012 | 11:21
Thanks for providing so much info.
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by: tim1974
on: 09/03/2012 | 11:22

jay_uk wrote:
@rong42. Yeah i read the faq too. Does seem to me that there is no reocurring order, but why the registering of debit card?


They want to upsell you to Naked Wine Angel and keep taking £20 a month off your card so you keep going back for more.

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by: turkeyphant
on: 09/03/2012 | 11:52
GG please can you clarify the terms?

Also, when does the deal expire?
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by: turkeyphant
on: 09/03/2012 | 12:02
Hmm, well I've found two of the cons already:

1) If ordering individual wines, you need to buy at least 12 before they let you check out. So that makes the minimum order £96 rather than £60 and if you're not buying plonk, closer to £150.

2) According to the terms, "Our £40 vouchers can be used against any case on our site worth £79.99 or more (excl. delivery, £4.99)" So the minimum order is actually £80 when buying cases not £60.

Has anyone actually figured out a way to use the £40 voucher on only £60 worth of wines?
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by: mandesk
on: 09/03/2012 | 12:18

I just knew that one of these deals would be for wine. WHY.

 

The amount of Junk mail I get about cheap wine, through the door and on line....WHY.

 

As you can see I do not drink the stuff...WHY?

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by: thejazzking
on: 09/03/2012 | 13:12

This is a pretty good deal actually - providing the wine is decent.

 

I just added six bottles of shiraz/tempranillo that took my fancy, that pushed it to £60.44. When I checked out, it only cost me £20.44 (plus delivery). There's no obligation to join the recurring thing. So it's a good way to sample wines at low cost - even if it is just a one off.

 

Even if you're only a little bit into wine, I'd recommend this offer (my fave one so far by the way!) and at £20 for six bottles, you're laughing! It's a pretty good way to ease yourself in.

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by: radable
on: 09/03/2012 | 13:32

just ordered  Benjamin Darnault Taster Pack, best of 2011 

 

GiffGaff will only  taste better now ;-)

 

PS: after you order, they immediatelty offer you £40 BACK to your account (!) - it's under a condition you subscibe to their Angel service [monthly fee £20 applies]  - then you save up to 50% on any order - kind of fair-play loyalty scheme.

 

Like giffgaff, they're trying to sell wines in a bit different way, i like that, great gg deal partner!

And sound like a very good deal for true wine connoisseurs..

 

 

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by: turkeyphant
on: 09/03/2012 | 13:53

radable wrote:

just ordered  Benjamin Darnault Taster Pack, best of 2011 

 

GiffGaff will only  taste better now ;-)

 

PS: after you order, they immediatelty offer you £40 BACK to your account (!) - it's under a condition you subscibe to their Angel service [monthly fee £20 applies]  - then you save up to 50% on any order - kind of fair-play loyalty scheme.

 

Like giffgaff, they're trying to sell wines in a bit different way, i like that, great gg deal partner!

And sound like a very good deal for true wine connoisseurs..

 

 


Can you confirm that the terms saying "Our £40 vouchers can be used against any case on our site worth £79.99 or more (excl. delivery, £4.99)" is actually wrong then?

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