expired JB Hi-Fi eGift Card 6.5% Discount @ AGL Rewards (AGL Rewards Membership Required)

1030

For a limited time save 6.5% off when you purchase online. Redeemable at all JB Hi-Fi stores in Australia and online.

Hurry offer ends midnight 29th May 2019 (AEST).

Gift Cards are for your own personal use. Maximum per order $1,000 with a monthly maximum of $5,000. Treat Gift Card like cash and, if lost, cannot be replaced or cancelled. For full gift card terms of use: https://www.jbhifi.com.au/General/Help-Centre/Gift-Card-help... . 1% surcharge applies to all credit card transactions (MasterCard & Visa). Direct Deposit payments incur no surcharge. Gift cards do not expire.

Please allow up to 3 business days from payment receipt to receive your eCard

Related Stores

AGL Rewards
AGL Rewards
JB Hi-Fi
JB Hi-Fi

Comments

    • +2 votes

      Isnt 6.5% significant?

    • +2 votes

      Advise where its higher tks ?

      Or best away from being an AGL rewards member ?

    • +3 votes

      6.5%…that's it?

      This is the site that goes nuts when WISH gift cards are increased by 0.5% in their discount…

      But for usually expensive big ticket items that people would buy from JB, yes it’s a pretty decent discount.

      • +2 votes

        Fair enough. I guess i was considering the impact on buying a $50 item. That will be $3.25 but for a $500 item, that will be $32.5.

        •  

          It’s decent for big stuff like tvs etc.

        • +2 votes

          Yeah when it’s a $2000 TV it can make a huge difference as opposed to an extra 0.5% for a weekly $50 shop (which you could save a lot more buying specials or shopping not just at Woolies), yet those deals always get 300+ votes for some strange reason 🙄

  • +1 vote

    Good for the 55" RU7100 on sale for $995. Brings it down to ~$930.

  • +4 votes

    If anyone wants to buy some I’m happy to let them use mine to buy the gift cards. There’s no way I’ll hit the $5k mark myself haha

  • +1 vote

    yassssssssssssss, now for a 10% off macbook sale.

  • +3 votes

    YOUI- specials this week discount off evoucher

    15% BCF
    10% TGG

  • +2 votes

    shame about the 1% cc surcharge, if you have a policy with suncorp (aami is one under the banner) can get 5% and no cc surcharge

  •  

    Anyone successfully purchased yet? I keep getting a try again later message

  •  

    Does anyone know how these will fare if you purchase something and it ends up not working within warranty and you'd like a refund? Would they simply just write you a credit note/give you another Gift Card or say it's not possible lol.

    •  

      You usually get the refund via original method of payment. So JB Hifi should give another gift card.

        •  

          Thats with every retailer btw ie. Myer, Woolies, Coles

          •  

            @Ughhh: I know it's a general rule that refunds go to original method of payment. However some stores may be dodgier- was asking about actual store experiences at jb, not hypothetical.

            Though I did call jb and they confirmed they do issue a new Gift Card. Their gift cards also have no expiry so it's almost as good as cash!

  •  

    I don't know if I should make a switch to AGL for this deal. Does anybody know if AGL is better for Perth in comparing to others?

  •  

    We're just putting the final touches on.
    Your account will be ready shortly so please check back soon

    cant log on.. anyone?

    •  

      Maybe give them a call? Or I can probably do it for you, but that would depend on how much you trust a total internet stranger haha.

  •  

    Anyone ordered from AGL rewards before?

    What courier/shipping service did they use for sending the gift cards out? Theres a disclaimer that if lost, the egift cards cannot be cancelled nor replaced, which frankly scares the hell out of me for $500 worth of money.

    They don't mention that signature is required or anything at all.

    I was going to send it to my parcel locker address to be safe, but if another courier service is sending, this won't work.

    Would it be a good idea to pay by credit card (1% fee) so at least if its lost in transit, theres possible recourse?

    • +1 vote

      They are e-gift cards, they are sent to your email. In my case I ordered with a credit card at 10am Sunday and received them in email just before midday. I used CC as I didn't want to wait for Direct Deposit to process because I was getting the Pixel 3a trade-in deal at JB HiFi.

      • +1 vote

        Thanks for your reply. Omg haha. Yeah top line says "they will send the voucher to the email". I didn't see that.

        Below that they asked for shipping address, and then at the bottom have a disclaimer about no replacements if lost in transit. Just wasted all this time calling my bank asking whether credit card payment would cover in the event of a loss. Sigh.

        Guess alls well that ends well!

        Also yeah, it said e-gift card. But i've used e gift cards before that had to be printed so i thought they'd send out a print out of those haha.