We have a whole article on Vipon, AmzOneClub and the like, but one that isn’t so popular is Elite Deals. All these sites offer heavily discounted items or FREE items which are selling on Amazon. This month alone I have had a spray mop (free), numerous phone cases (also free), Fidget spinners (and fidget cubes, also free), Phone screens (20p), 16 Oral B replica heads (£2.40), Music stands (90p), Scratch maps (99p), Razors (99p). So you can see the advantages of belonging are quite good. Especially if you are Prime, as a lot of things are prime delivery (which means for things worth pennies, you can claim £1 no rush discount, making you 80p richer). I have in a few weeks accumulated £17 in No rush Amazon vouchers.
You’re probably thinking you’re too busy to ‘bother’. Well, in fairness the former two don’t have updates for the UK as much as we’d like. So what is the difference between them all?
AMZONECLUB; With this website, you have to ‘apply’ for the offer, then wait for possible months to find out if you have got it or not. If enough people are ahead of you in the queue, or you haven’t reviewed properly then you might not get the deal. I dislike this site because you have to wait. Although, I do not let this put me off of applying. Check out AMZONECLUB
Vipon: Vipon is another Amazon deal site, which is better than AMZ in my opinion. You can get ‘instant deals’ just by clicking the link under your chosen product, and buy the product and enter the code in the discount box at checkout. Also with Vipon, they have a section on up-coming deals showing you future deals you may want to keep an eye on. Check out Vipon
Elite Deals; is the last UK one that we are aware of. Elite deals don’t have as many offers available, and the ones that are available go very quickly. I like Elite though because you can only apply for one deal from 10am (the time new deals are put up), and once after 2pm. Elite have a lot of mobile phone cases, supplements etc. This doesn’t mean to say they are inferior, because they do have other things too, so best keep your eyes open daily. Check out Elite Deals
Some people: Have bought items (for free or otherwise) and then donated them to charity (food bank, charity shops etc), while this isn’t the idea of these groups I doubt anyone would point a finger. The idea of these groups as far as I can see is to get positive feedback for the seller and product, so please bear in mind many of the sellers are small independent companies who can ill afford giving products away as the normal. So do consider a good review, if one is due and an average review if not.