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Wowcher is an innovative “deal-a-day” website where deals are posted throughout the day, every day: you can browse the site and choose from a wide range of activities, coupons and products. You will then receive a code via email which can be redeemed on their website to save money on different offers. Different merchants offer their own personal deals on the Wowcher website. You can receive deals on a wide range of activities too, from abseiling with a friend to a romantic dinner for two.
Wowcher codes can be redeemed at specific merchants worldwide: these coupons usually feature money off the total price or a group discount for activities. If you decide that you like a certain deal, Wowcher will send you an email with a printable voucher. It is also possible to buy these vouchers for a friend or a family member as a gift.
Although all businesses aim to provide the possible service, inevitably there can sometimes be problems with orders that you place: sometimes you don’t receive an email with your voucher enclosed, or you find that the item you have ordered doesn’t meet either your needs or your specifications.
You can call the customer helpline for various reasons: issues with your order, changed contact details or credit/debit card details, or general inquiries or complaints. You can also contact them if you own a business and wish for your voucher to appear on their website. Their contact details will be listed on the “Contact Us” section of their site as well as on their app which is available for your phone.
You can call about any enquiries or problems you are experiencing via the Wowcher contact number
This Wowcher Contact Number (for call connections) is available for you to call between 08:00-17:30 Monday to Friday. Calls are charged at a national rate from a landline, whereas calling from a mobile will incur additional costs.
You can use the Wowcher Contact Number (for call connections) to get in touch with a member of customer services: you will then be asked about what your query or complaint entails. The customer service member will then put you through to the relevant department, whether it be the business suite or the general complaints and enquiries line.