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Using Amazon vouchers on Marketplace items
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Old 01-07-2009, 5:15 PM
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Default Using Amazon vouchers on Marketplace items

It seems I can use my Amazon vouchers on Amazon marketplace now even though it says in the terms and conditions that I can't.

I just went to buy a record from a Marketplace seller and it used my voucher balance to pay and I've just looked back and noticed that my balance was also used when I bought a used book a month ago.

Is anyone able to clear up whether something has changed recently or if there are certain exceptions to this rule?

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Old 01-07-2009, 10:37 PM
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That's good. Just tried it as there was a 1p marketplace book I wanted and I had a 94p balance left from my previous order and it put the gift certificate balance towards the order. Marketplace Order Summary Items: 0.01 Postage & Packing: 2.75 Promotion Applied: -0.00 Gift Certificates: 0.94 Total: 1.82
I assume something changed recently as I have not had this happen before.
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That's great news, thanks! I have about 90 coming from cashback in the form of Amazon vouchers, and mainly want stuff that is from other sellers.
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I think it depends on the seller. A while ago I was looking for a book. I could use a voucher with one seller, but not another.

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