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Websites that accept PayPal?

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InternalMonologue Tue 22-Sep-15 22:41:46

I've sold some old stuff online, and as a result have a decent little PayPal nest built up. But I don't have my bank account linked to it (only ever used it for with my debit card), so I can't transfer the funds to use on Amazon.

I've found some of the things I'm after for people on eBay new, but they're not quite as cheap as Amazon. Does anyone have any suggestions for good websites for toys, books etc that take PayPal payment or am I easier with the faff to link my bank account up?

BicycleMadeForTwo Wed 23-Sep-15 10:09:25

If I were you I'd download and use the Zeek app. You buy vouchers for various shops (Amazon included) at a discount. I've used it before to buy John Lewis vouchers and got £8 off the full price. You can use PayPal to purchase them which means you can then shop anywhere and save money.

On their main page at the moment they also give you £5 credit to use against your first purchase when you sign up to their email mailing list.

LittleMissGreen Wed 23-Sep-15 10:40:41

I'm pretty certain Entertainer (thetoyshop.com I think) take paypal

CalloftheHaunted Wed 23-Sep-15 11:11:17

Toys r Us and John Lewis accept PayPal

LooksLikeImStuckHere Wed 23-Sep-15 11:12:16

Mothercare take PayPal

LooksLikeImStuckHere Wed 23-Sep-15 11:12:32

So do House of Fraser

evenoldergregg Wed 23-Sep-15 11:16:19

Boots and The Book People accept PayPal.

Snausage Wed 23-Sep-15 11:16:42

Argos, New Look (I think), Asda, JD Sports, Dorothy Perkins, Schuh, firebox.com, gadgetshop.com, Flowers Direct.

To be honest, I'd link your bank account. It's not much of a faff, and you only need to do it once.

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