zell12 Registered User
#1

ChicagoTown frozen Pizza Kitchen Pizza e3.99

Purchase a qualifying product, if you don't love it, we will give you your money back.
Visit www.chicagotown.com/loveme. You will need to supply the following details:

Leave 15+ word statement about why you didn’t love the product
Upload a photograph of the receipt
Enter your receipt number
Enter your batch code from the promotional box
Supply your full name, email address
Supply your full address for refund by cheque

Former Former Registered User
#2

Would you be bothered? For four quid.

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Esse85 Registered User
#3

Former Former said:
Would you be bothered? For four quid.


A woman went on Joe Duffy liveline yesterday for €2

She'll tell you it was the principle rather than the €2 tho.

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zell12 Registered User
#4

Former Former said:
Would you be bothered? For four quid.

Of course!
No such thing as a free lunch perhaps?

mrcheez Registered User
#5

zell12 said:
ChicagoTown frozen Pizza Kitchen Pizza e3.99


So you complain and get money back? You can do this with most things (Amazon, etc)

Not exactly a bargain alert

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vicwatson Registered User
#6

Former Former said:
Would you be bothered? For four quid.



That's the marketing ploy, they know feck all will ask

L1011 Moderator
#7

Cheque will cost you 25c+ to lodge with most banks as well as a trip to a lodgement ATM or branch so that has to be factored in to the effort/value sums

zell12 Registered User
#8

It's more a Try Me Free offer

GhostyMcGhost Registered User
#9

If you like it, then it’s not free

So the bargain is buy a pizza. It’s horrible but it’s grand because it’s free
(after going through a million hoops to end up with a cheque for €4)

I’ve seen borderline BA’s here before but this is definitely not one of them

Doesn’t even remotely resemble anything that could constitute a bargain

mrcheez Registered User
#10

GhostyMcGhost said:

Doesn’t even remotely resemble anything that could constitute a bargain


I saw a guy throw a perfectly usable half-cig in the bin. Fished it out. Got a free ciggie.

Bargain!

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Poor_old_gill Registered User
#11

Esse85 said:
A woman went on Joe Duffy liveline yesterday for €2

She'll tell you it was the principle rather than the €2 tho.


Theres no 'principle' here- you'd be blatantly lying to scam €4.

Apart from having to be a bit of tw*t to do so in the first place- it's prob not even worth the time required.

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Poor_old_gill Registered User
#12

mrcheez said:
I saw a guy throw a perfectly usable half-cig in the bin. Fished it out. Got a free ciggie.

Bargain!


I saw a lad driving behind me so I slammed on the breaks and he hit into my car- scammed the insurance company for a few G's.

Complete bargain.

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RossieMan Registered User
#13

So you're scamming them OP?

Bargain of the year decided.

Poor_old_gill Registered User
#14

Saw an oul lad walking home from the post office with his pension money this morning- hit him a slap of a headbutt and took €20.
Bargain

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pleas advice Registered User
#15

How is this any different to 'tell us in 15 words or less why product x is the best product ever...'

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