Bonus Velocity Points on Velocity eStore During November-December

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Looks like Velocity are running an advent calendar promotion on their eStore.

Funny thing is, the terms and conditions at the bottom of there page accidentally spoil what each week will offer haha

Listed below is a copy, paste and brief format of the T&Cs:

1 November – 23 December have the opportunity to earn bonus Points with the below retailers on the outlined dates and Points rates;

StrawberryNet 1 November – 23 December 10 Points per $1 spent,
Marks & Spencer 1 November- 23 December 8 Points per $1 spent,
Booktopia 1 November – 23 December 8 Points per $1 spent,
Dell 1 November- 23 December 8 Points per $1 spent,
Rebel 5 November- 23 December 6 Points per $1 spent,
Lenovo 5 November- 23 December 10 Points per $1 spent,
Boohoo 5 November- 23 December 8 Points per $1 spent,
Bonds 5 November- 23 December 10 Points per $1 spent,
David Jones 12 November- 23 December 8 Points per $1 spent,
Microsoft 12 November- 23 December 4 Points per $1 spent,
AliExpress 12 November- 23 December 4 Points per $1 spent,
Etsy 12 November- 23 December 4 Points per $1 spent,
Kathmandu 19 November- 23 December 8 Points per $1 spent,
Zanui 19 November- 23 December 10 Points per $1 spent,
Priceline 19 November- 23 December 8 Points per $1 spent,
Apple 23 November – 26 November 6 Points per $1 spent,
Apple 27 November – 18 December 4 Points per $1 spent,
Asos 26 November- 23 December 8 Points per $1 spent,
Lululemon 26 November- 23 December 10 Points per $1 spent,
Typo 26 November- 23 December 8 Points per $1 spent,
T2 26 November- 23 December 10 Points per $1 spent,
Catch.com.au 3 - 23 December 6 Points per $1 spent,
Country Road 3 - 23 December 6 Points per $1 spent,
The Iconic 3 - 23 December 6 Points per $1 spent,
Aveda 3 – 23 December 10 Points Per $1 spent,
Interflora 10 – 23 December 10 Points per $1 spent,
hardtofind 10 - 23 December 6 Points per $1 spent,
Clinque 10 - 23 December 10 Points per $1 spent,
The Body Shop 10 - 23 December 6 Points per $1 spent,
Groupon 13 – 23 December 10 Points per $1 spent,
Edible Blooms 13 – 23 December 10 Points per $1 spent,

Standout for me is the 6 points per $1 at Apple!

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    OMG spoilers.

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      Haha right, I think someone in their web team was feeling a bit lazy and didn't want to have to update the T&Cs passage each time a new offer was revealed

      • +11 votes

        They probably need 900 to sign off every time anything changes on the public sites and just did the proverbial F.It.

        OR… work with me on this one… it's a reward for reading the T&C's to encourage more of us to do it.

        … f it.

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        Smarter dev would just have the appropriate conditions added automatically on a time basis.

  • +1 vote

    Looking forward to the DJs one when it kicks in; made good use of it last year 😏

    Also did you know you can earn points via iTunes? (One of the two Apples listed)

  • +2 votes

    With 10k velocity points I can feel vaguely less bad about shelling out $1700 for a 6 core mac mini!

    • -3 votes

      What can you do with 10 k points?

      • +6 votes

        Flight from Sydney to Brisbane is 8k points just as example since your search engine must be down.

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      I bought a MacBook Pro during the last points promo :) eStore recognises both the regular Apple store and the education store - I bought the MBP with the edu discount and still received the points.

  • +1 vote

    Wish there was an Ebay bonus one. Since they changed to 1 point per $ I have been using the Qantas portal.

  • +2 votes

    Same - except I switched to the ANZ portal
    ANZ works out to 1.95 velocity points per dollar if transferred to velocity during 30% bonus

  • +3 votes

    Careful of the apple-specific terms and conditions
    - New release products are not eligible for rewards unless otherwise stated.
    - Rewards are not eligible on: New iPad Pro, New MacBook Air, Mac mini, iPhone XR, Apple Watch Series 4, Bose Products or shipping costs
    - Effective 31 October 2018, rewards are applicable for orders of New MacBook, New MacBook Pro.
    - Effective 1 October, orders of iPhone XS & iPhone XS Max are eligible for rewards.

    • +2 votes

      They say this, but I don't think they can tell what you buy. DJs says they won't pay out on Chanel or Dior, but I've been paid out on them …

    • +1 vote

      The T&C have been updated:
      -Effective 5 November 2018, orders of iPhone XR are eligible for rewards.

  • -3 votes

    FYI StrawberryNet offer dodgy fake skincare and cosmetics from Asia that could be harmful to your skin, as basically who knows what's in it. Confirmed by my beautician, as they were warned by their supplier.

    • +2 votes

      It's grey market. Mostly legit, occasionally dodgy. I've been shopping with them since 2004 and only had one dodgy purchase in that time - the beautician industry just doesn't want to be undercut.

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        I made my 58th purchase with SN yesterday because of this deal. Never had fake products. There’s been a couple of delivery mishaps but SN have refunded the total amount very quickly. Discount codes cancel out the haircare surcharge and GST so still works out ahead.

    • +6 votes

      Let me guess: the beautician sold something else from the supplier that warned against buying something else cheaper.

      Also the cosmetics industry talking about dodgy people is adorable.

    • +1 vote

      Confirmed by my beautician, as they were warned by their supplier.

      Of course they'd say that. Protecting their bottom line.

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    Apple 23 November – 26 November 6 Points per $1 spent

    Nice, pity I need to order something sooner than 23rd Nov.

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