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Redeem rewards rules


#1

How is the rewards discount applied, is this just on 1 device or can i buy a complete gadgeteer collection, or can i buy a 1000 raptors or cobra’s with x% discount? :wink:


#2

It applies to your shopping cart as long as it contains only eligible items.


#3

So at 50% this makes a good deal if i compare this to my local supplier pricings… :whistle:


#4

There is no 50% coupon. Unless your shopping cart is $100 and you are using $50 off coupon. Shipping cost applies after the discount, fyi.


#5

ok, i see now, 20% or 50$, but then it’s still 20% on the complete order?
In this case the advantage is maybe to ignore…


#6

Yes, 20% on the complete order.


#7

Your cart can consist of eligible and non-eligible products (this is no longer a problem). Discounts only apply to products within Gadgeteering and Fun Engineering categories.


#8

Oh yes. I remember now, it has been brought up before. Even better.


#9

Some quick calculations (and a look at “Architect’s” redeeming habit) tells me that the best opportunity is buying gadgeteer stuff with a price just at 50$+ and get the 50$ discount and just pay the shipping costs, right?

For the 20% discount at higher volumes i will get a better price at my local supplier.


#10

If you are super active like architect, you can simply buy anything you want for free, almost :slight_smile: just pay shipping!


#11

:think:, but then i have no time left to do my programming… and we all need some fun no?

Thanks all for the clarifications.


#12

That only works if your inside the us. International shipping and import duty takes its toll :frowning:


#13

So if your invoice show you paid $1 total after the coupon, you will still pay duty fee?


#14

VAT on 1$ + shipping, same as on samples…


#15

That is a very generous of GHI to offer this program.


#16

Let’s say it’s a teaser approach that’s works :wink:
The decider get’s new “toy’s” and is happy…


#17

I thought it was on the value of the goods coming into the UK not what is on the invoice. I will have to check. If its on the invoice price then Ive been a dimwit (again)…


#18

I checked again and for Belgium there is a fixed cost of 12€ if the “value” is bellow 150€ and value is not the invoiced value but the real world value.