Corholio Registered User
#46

snubbleste said:
No.


Ok this is the actual voucher my friend got. Is this a completely different voucher than from the offer? Because it states "When you spend €10.00 or more on...."

Or am i missing something?


Jessica Fletcher Registered User
#47

No, it just means you have to spend at least €10 on clothes and then the voucher reduces your bill by that much. Like, if you buy clothing worth €12, you can use the voucher, then pay the balance of €2. Hope that makes sense?!

Corholio Registered User
#48

Jessica Fletcher said:
No, it just means you have to spend at least €10 on clothes and then the voucher reduces your bill by that much. Like, if you buy clothing worth €12, you can use the voucher, then pay the balance of €2. Hope that makes sense?!


Ah got ya thanks. It was the small print that was confusing me. "You must spend at least €10.00 in the department after any discount in one transaction"

It's the 'after' bit that was putting me out. But sounds a good deal then if thats the way it is. Thanks

Jessica Fletcher Registered User
#49

You're welcome and yeah, I see what you mean! So if you're buying something that's €6 for one or two for €9, then you get that discount but you've to spend another €1 to use the tenner voucher

wmpdd3 Registered User
#50

Corholio said:
Ah got ya thanks. It was the small print that was confusing me. "You must spend at least €10.00 in the department after any discount in one transaction"

It's the 'after' bit that was putting me out. But sounds a good deal then if thats the way it is. Thanks



Yeah I get what you mean, I think this is because some items in clothing are '2 for €9.50 etc' but €7.50 each, You get people thinking I have spent €15 because I bought 2 items for 7.50 each....but its 9.50 after the first offer.

I'm getting confused now.....

#51

Has there been a mailing?

jpmiddleton Registered User
#52

Corholio said:
Ah got ya thanks. It was the small print that was confusing me. "You must spend at least €10.00 in the department after any discount in one transaction"

It's the 'after' bit that was putting me out. But sounds a good deal then if thats the way it is. Thanks


Likewise, this confused me also.

wmpdd3 Registered User
#53

OK, you buy all your stuff and then the till person presses total, this is what you use your €10 voucher to pay for

Not the price of the items before any other offers.

Berns Moderator
#54

Got toaster and kettle of this the last time it was up north here. Think shaver a time before Just wish they'd properly merge my 2 accounts now so can see if missed any vouchers

Can be annoyin that its only certain products but few bits and pieces worth gettin usually Wanted to get saucepan set last time but no luck

wmpdd3 Registered User
#55

I'm sure if its well received it will be extended to the lower margin products.

snubbleste Banned
#56

Tesco have 25% off some of their clothing range at the moment. Maybe get some extra value for the vouchers

jay0109 Registered User
#57

I see they are currently running the Clubcard Voucher Exchange in the UK...but no sign of it in Ireland this year.
So I've emailed their head office today to find out have they anything planned...saved a fortune last year on nappies by stocking up big time

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