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Catch.com.au: 20% Cashback ($20 Cap, Excludes Electrical/Electronics) @ Cashrewards (Wed, 8PM - 9.59 PM AEST)

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Saw this in the CR email. Surprised it hasn't been posted (again).

I'm guessing electrical isn't 20% cashback.

Please note: Revised Terms and Conditions (added by CR Rep on August 26 1:30PM)

During the 2 hour promotional period, 20% cashback for Catch is capped at $20 in total per member account, irrespective of the number of transactions made. Valid 8pm to 09:59pm AEST 26/08/20.

Cashback will be ineligible on Electrical & Electronic items/categories, as defined by Catch.

Electrical Items include (but are not limited to) computers, gaming, phones, audio, cameras, camcorders, home entertainment, and all electronics products & categories - as defined by Catch.

Cashback is ineligible when using codes not listed on Cashrewards.

Cashback is ineligible when store credit or gift cards are redeemed (spent) for either partial or full payment.

Cashback is ineligible for purchases made via the Catch mobile app.

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$10 for referee and $10 for referrer, after referee makes $20 purchase within 90 days.

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    No gift cards :(

  • +1 vote

    How about the 20 X flybuy pts for 1st use !
    Is it in ?

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    what does $20 capped means ???

    • +2 votes

      Cashback is capped at $20 so if you spend over $100 you'll only get $20.

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        oh thanks, means max. cashback is $20 doesn't matter how big we spend.

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          Correct

  • +2 votes

    Works with Catch Mobile Prepaid SIM?

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      Would like to know too.

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      Would like to know too.

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      I imagine if catch sends out codes to redeem it would be excluded.

      So it catch club eligible? It's a product on the site that goes through the cart

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      I'd like to know too as I'm keen on purchasing the 12 months prepaid plan.

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    Does anyone know if partial gift card redemption still qualifies for cashback? I.e. $100 in cash and the rest with gift card?

    • +2 votes

      It will not be tracked, I did many times and not tracked

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    This might sound like a strange question… Are AA batteries an "electronics product"? They are in an electronics category, so I assume yes.
    https://www.catch.com.au/buy/electronics/power/batteries/sta...

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    I'm guessing yes, but I wonder if a vacuum counts as 'electrical'.

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    Are toys included? Looking to pick up a doll for the kid

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    Hopefully LEGO is included.

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    Can we use UniDays code?

    • +1 vote

      No, as UniDays is a unique code for each person and it's not listed on Cashrewards.

      Special Terms
      Electrical items include computers, gaming, phones, audio, cameras, camcorders, home entertainment, and all other electronics products.

      Cashback is ineligible when using codes not listed on Cashrewards.

      Cashback is ineligible when store credit or gift cards are redeemed (spent) for either partial or full payment.

      Cashback is ineligible for purchases made via the Catch mobile app.

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    Does it always capped at $20, I have not seen it like before when 20% was a good deal.

    • -1 vote

      They are betting you purchase more than $150 as catch takes on average 16% commision from marketplace products

      As small items you would already have purchased when you wanted to. Basket size issue

      Hence the Shopback 10% was better in my view

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    Damn just purchased today

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      Will you tie it up with a ribbon, and put it in a box for me?

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        Iso makes us all a little crazy ei? Lol. Fellow Melbournian?

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    Noticed that ShopBack and CashRewards now has this 'cap' on their upsized cashback offers.

    I wonder if this is the 'normal' moving forward? Kinda negates having upsized cashback when you can only spend in small amounts.

    • -1 vote

      It's all about adjusting basket size to the ideal profit net (volume vs margin). It's all analysed…

      Buying habits change, this will change.

      Harder times means people lowering their impolsive buying basket size. So I assume as this drops, we'll see more of this trend

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    No free shipping I reckon ?

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      šŸ˜‚

      • +1 vote

        ya….i was being sarcastic. ;) the shipping is $25 for the item that i am eyeing. So $20 cap is really not any cheaper. I am spoilt with amazon prime.

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    Booze included?

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    Time to use up my credits !

    • +3 votes

      Cashback is ineligible when store credit or gift cards are redeemed (spent) for either partial or full payment.

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        Thanks for the head ups.

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    Looks like Boozebud removed free shipping for products under $40.

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    Can the rep confirm I can get 20% on LEGO?

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    I'm guessing kettle/hot water dispenser would be classified as Electrical & Electronic items ;-(

  •  

    Ardbeg An Oa comes down to around $90 plus 2200 flybuys points ($11) which is a great deal

    https://www.catch.com.au/product/ardbeg-distillery-an-oa-700...

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    Is third party in on this promo ?

    I'm assuming not so holding fire >

  • +1 vote

    No electrical or electronic. No thank you.