TODAY ONLY – £10 off £50 Amazon spend on beer, wines and spirits

Amazon is running a one-day special offer today (Friday) on beers, wines and spirits.

Full details can be found on this special page of the UK Amazon site.

The promotional code you need is SAVETENBWS.

Amazon Wine

There aren’t many rules, except that the £50 of beers, wines and spirits must be sold by Amazon (not just ‘fulfilled by Amazon’) and not a third party seller.

Once you’ve got £50 of items in your basket, click ‘Proceed To Checkout’ and you’ll be given the opportunity to enter the code.

You are limited to one order per Amazon account.  Full details can be found on amazon.co.uk here.

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Comments

  1. It should say ‘last day’, this promo has been running for some time now.

  2. Anika, you might want to cover the Virgin West Coast bonus for tomorrow’s article. May be targeted as I received the email. Book between 9th – 14th March for travel between 25th Match – 24th August and get 2000 bonus nectar points. Given a ticket can cost as little as under £2, this is a great was of making 2000 nectar points which are worth at least £10.

  3. Does this work across the whole UK? Sounds like it might be illegal in Scotland due to licensing restrictions on booze promotions based on bulk buying.

    • It depends where the alcohol is dispatched from (the place the sale takes place) not where the customer is. I would hope that Amazon are not holding the alcohol in their Scottish fufilment centres.

      Majestic have different policys for deliveries made by Scottish stores as opposed to courier deliveries to Scotland. In store they offer the cheaper “by the case” price for single bottles as multibuy discounts are not allowed in Scotland.

      If minimum pricing legislation gets passed then there may be a lot more cross border selling until the rest of the UK catches up (or independance).