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EE Black Friday deals: £50-£125 Reward Cards with broadband

EE Black Friday deals: £50-£125 Reward Cards with broadband

Tuesday, 21 November, 2017

EE Black Friday deals are here and whether you want fast fibre, TV or just simple broadband, it’s all ripe for the picking.

From Tuesday 21 November until Thursday 7 December 2017, EE’s standard £10 setup fee has been reduced to zero across the entire range.

You’ll also get a £50 Reward Card if you sign up to their £21.50 a month EE Unlimited Broadband deal, which offers speeds up to 17Mbps.

If you want faster fibre broadband, the rewards are even better.

If you take EE Unlimited Fibre, there’s a £75 Reward Card on the table.

Signing up to Fibre Plus nets you a £100 Reward Card, while new Fibre Max customers will be offered a £125 card.

Once activated (see intructions below), you can start spending online or in-store in most places that accept Mastercards.

You can also add EE TV or calls packages to any broadband deal you choose.

We’ve got a selection of the best below.

All the latest EE Black Friday deals are here.

What you get

  • Unlimited broadband with no data limits
  • 18 month contract
  • 12 months free Norton Security antivirus
  • 5GB extra data for your mobile if you’re with EE
  • No setup costs

How to claim your EE Reward Card

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  1. Customers will receive an email with instructions on how to claim within 30 days of their first bill being paid.
  2. You will be directed to EE’s dedicated rewards website to enter your order reference number (called a ‘DKI’), and then continue with the claim process.
  3. You must claim within 60 days of receiving the first email.
  4. If you don’t get your claim email from EE, and you’ve paid the first month’s bill, call the EE Reward Card team on 0800 587 2297 or email
  5. Once you have gone online and claimed your card, you will receive your Reward Card through the post within 30 days of making your claim. It will be sent to the address that your EE home broadband is registered to. The card will be in the name of the account holder.
  6. Once your card arrives in the post, you have 90 days to activate it online. If you don’t activate it online within 90 days, you will not be able to access the funds.
  7. You will get an activation email – make sure to check your Junk or Spam folders if you’ve not received it, as emails can sometimes get filtered into there. If you’ve still not received an email, head over to
  8. Your card PIN will be provided at the end of the activation process.
  9. Once you have your PIN and the card is active, you can start spending straight away.
  10. When you have done this, you’ll get a unique Card ID and Passcode to remember. You can log in at to see what you have spent and how much you have left
  11. If you have activated your card and it doesn’t work, call Cardholder Services on 0344 800 6435 or email
  12. The card is valid until the expiry date on the front of the card, 12 months after it was issued.
  13. Once the card expires, any remaining funds on the card will revert back to EE.
  14. You can spend online and in most stores that accept Mastercard. The Reward Card can’t be used for cash withdrawals, to pay for petrol or train tickets, for cashback at the till, to change into foreign currency, or for gambling.

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