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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Discount Codes 'n Vouchers
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Discount Codes 'n Vouchers
I am a newbie to this forum so hope I'm posting this right.

Basically, I've just done a research interview and as a thank-you, been offered either Amazon or Love2Shop vouchers (to the same value I think of around £30). I wasn't familiar with Love2Shop, so said I would find out and get back to them.

I'm not a big high street shopper, but there are some items I am looking for, (including a new cooker), so wondered what the forum view / advice might be? I tend to make purchases online after doing research, and my gut feeling was Amazon. I am sure there are the usual pros and cons.

Thanks for any help you can offer?

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  • BrowntoaBrowntoa Forumite, Board Guide
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    I've used love2shop

    If you want a cooker they are accepted at Argos if you look at the list

    https://www.highstreetvouchers.com/gift/where-to-spend-love2shop-vouchers
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    HugeBear wrote: »
    I am a newbie to this forum so hope I'm posting this right.

    Basically, I've just done a research interview and as a thank-you, been offered either Amazon or Love2Shop vouchers (to the same value I think of around £30). I wasn't familiar with Love2Shop, so said I would find out and get back to them.

    I'm not a big high street shopper, but there are some items I am looking for, (including a new cooker), so wondered what the forum view / advice might be? I tend to make purchases online after doing research, and my gut feeling was Amazon. I am sure there are the usual pros and cons.

    Thanks for any help you can offer?

    Amazon every time. Lower prices, almost certainly, and a much wider choice.
  • HugeBearHugeBear Forumite
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    Thanks for those opinions - 1-1 - score draw at the moment!
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    Doc_N wrote: »
    Amazon every time. Lower prices, almost certainly, and a much wider choice.

    This ^^^^ , have had a nightmare trying to use Love2shop vouchers in the past - never again :mad:
    Amazon vouchers are valid for 10 years so you can save them up if you’re wanting a more expensive item.
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