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Farmers Mastercard Credit Card: Apply & Receive $80 Worth of Farmers Vouchers ($50 Annual Fee)


Not the best deal like last time but still you can cover the annual fee cost.

Apply for a Farmers Mastercard from 1 - 31 December 2021 using promo code GET80TOSPEND and get $80 worth of Farmers Club Vouchers^ to spend in-store at Farmers.

Apply using promo code GET80TOSPEND on your application. Promo code must be used to be eligible for the promotional offer.

They charge $25 every 6 months, so you can close the account before 6 months and save on the $25 annual fee.

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  • Last time they gave $200 farmers vouchers. This is a bit of downgrade offer. They also recently had another promo to spend thrice (any amt) and get $50 credit back. I spent $10 total so should get the annual fees refunded sort of.

    • I agree, so said not the best deal. I did get the $200 voucher deal last time with 0% balance transfer.

      • I did the same deal as well, have you received the $200 yet?

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          Yes. you had to link your farmers club card. You get $200 in vouchers. I spent $120 last week. Still got $80 in vouchers left which are expiring in 2 weeks.

          You better check your farmers club card account. Those $200 vouchers have 3 months expiry as far as I know.

          • @ace310: Yeah maybe my card isn't linked up with my Farmers account, will have to follow up. I moved more than $500 on the balance transfer and I have also made purchases and my Farmers account still shows 0 points.

        • You needed to complete the ($500+) balance transfer with a limited time to get the 200 points.
          The points go into your Farmer club card account (not the Mastercard).
          The points can be spent instore using your physical club card.
          Points are spent in $20 blocks. You can use more than 1 on a purchase, but they are a little inflexible.

          • @RockCartel: Yes. I did use $120 in one transaction. But the clerk didn't know how to use more than 1 block of $20, she had to call manager. Though no approval is required, I think she just didn't know how to do it.

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