$10 Voucher for Every $20 Spend (Max $50 Voucher Total) @ Hey You

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EATTOGETHER

Hey You, a cafe ordering app, is offering a $10 voucher for every $20 you spend per order.

FAQ

  • How do I redeem the promo code?

    Go to bottom right corner, hit Menu > Redeem Code > enter "EATTOGETHER"

  • When do I get my Hey You voucher?

    You will receive your voucher via email in the afternoon of 22 July 2019

  • How long will my voucher be valid?

    Your voucher will be valid for 14 days from the 22 July 2019

Further T&Cs:

Maximum $50 voucher per person (or up to x5 single $20+ purchases)
The vouchers will be valid for 14 days from the 22 July 2019 and any unused vouchers will expire by the 06 August 2019

Referral Links

Referral:  neil or random (808)

The referrer receives a $5 Credit after the referee places their first order. Referee receives $5 after entering the code via the Hey You mobile app during signup.

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    Not bad. Guess I'm offering to fetch lunch for my colleagues tomorrow. #goodbloke

  • +5 votes

    EAT TO GET HER

    What did she do? 😥

  • +2 votes

    I have since realised that the prices on the app are higher than the store prices (at least in my area).
    So, I don't understand why anyone would pay more to order via app vs over the counter.

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      I don't understand why anyone would pay more to order via app vs over the counter.

      The convenience of being able to walk into the store and just pick it up and leave instead of having to order and wait in store for it to be made. Basically a time saver if you have limited time.

    • +4 votes

      Hmm ive never noticed that. Not once. I often notice it on menulog and pick up the phone instead

      Re hey you, I find it really helps finding which place is most affordable as you can compare many different places without walking for 3 hours

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    Does the $20 have to be in one spend? Would be one expensive coffee order!

  • +1 vote

    WOW, a code that actually works!

  • +1 vote

    Anyone else getting 'issue with payment' message, when ordering using accrued credit (from referrals etc) ?
    I have tried adding different Mastercards I own. Though I shouldn't really need to add payment method when just using accrued bonus credits .

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      I wonder if they've invalidated all the credit accumulated before a certain date? Might be worth contacting them. Or try the website if you haven't already. Or PayPal (but cancel ASAP).

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        Thanks. I tried paypal . Same error. It has only been happening for about the last 4 days, so I was thinking maybe others have been getting similar error that just started recently.

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          Yep. They messed up with the HEYKOALA code last week and then invalidated all credit from all account, including all free codes entered and all referral credit accumulated. Warning to others: Use your credit as soon as possible before they have a chance/excuse to remove your credit !!

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      yes, same problem. Tried PayPal & credit card, deleting everything and re-adding. Can't do anything with my account anymore. Never used the heykoala voucher, it wasn't working before that.

      • +1 vote

        I called them on Friday and the lady (Jen) on the phone confirmed it happens to all customers, and she said under the terms and conditions, they can terminate promotional code earlier. And because it is promotion, they have no obligation to honor any unused offer. I hanged up straight away. Wasted enough of my time.

    • +1 vote

      Likely due to having multiple accounts or registering the same mobile number in more than one account

  • -1 vote

    This app is became worse value for money when they introduced payment fees. And most cafes have increased their prices on the app, it's cheaper in store. This 50% off but buy in advance now reads like a desperate move to increase their cash flow

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    heyyou needs to buck up. RITUAL has them in its sights.

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    When I add two items to the cart, 2 reminders about the promotion appear in the checkout page. Does that mean that a single item should cost more than $20 in order to be eligible?

  • +1 vote

    Extract from T&Cs

    There are two offers running during the promotional period
    Offer 1: Spend over $20, get a $10 voucher (valid on any single purchase between 00:01 08/07/2019 to 23:59 21/07/2019)
    Offer 2: Spend over $10, get a $5 voucher (valid on any single purchase between between 00:01 15/07/2019 to 23:59 21/07/2019 excluding NSW)

    Purchases can be made anytime during the promotional period (inc. weekends)

    Cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotions.

    So don't try to use existing credit to trigger this deal.