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    artyfartymack
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    Updated ASDA Coupon policy
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    • 18th Dec 08, 8:48 AM
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    Updated ASDA Coupon policy 18th Dec 08 at 8:48 AM
    As I had read that ASDA were no longer taking vouchers I e-mailed them for their most recent policy. Here is the reply I received YEAH!!!

    Thank you for your message.

    Dear Mrs Mackaness

    Thanks for getting in touch.

    Our current policy regarding Coupons is as follows:

    Asylum Seeker Vouchers
    We do accept asylum seeker vouchers and they can be used to purchase anything in store.
    Manufactures Coupons
    We accept money off coupons. You don't even have to buy the product shown on the coupon. As long as we stock it you can use your coupon against anything in the store.
    Please note this doesn't apply to cigarettes and lottery
    Branded Vouchers
    If you have a voucher for a set amount from a branded company you can spend it on any product in our stores just as long as we stock that brand.
    For example you may have a 10 Kellogg's voucher. We stock Kellogg's products so you can buy anything you want with your Kellogg's voucher even if the product you want isn't made by Kellogg's.
    We'd like you to spend the full amount of the voucher but it's up to you, if you would like change from your voucher then that's no problem at all.
    ASDA's Own Coupons
    ASDA coupons (ones that show our name, often are found in the ASDA Magazine) can only be redeemed if you have actually bought the product shown on the coupon.
    Number of Coupons per Transaction
    There's no limit on the amount of coupons you can use per transaction unless it is stated on the coupon.
    Milk Tokens
    Milk token have now been replaced by the healthy start vouchers.
    Healthy Start Vouchers
    Children in low income families, pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers may receive vouchers under the healthy start government initiative. These vouchers can be redeemed on the following:
    " Milk (plain cows milk either whole, semi, semi skimmed milk), pasteurised, sterilised and long life.
    " Infant formula milk that is based on cows milk and states on the packaging that can be used from birth
    " Fresh fruit and vegetables (excludes pre cooked, frozen, dried or canned fruit and vegetables)
    Luncheon Vouchers
    We accept luncheon vouchers as payment, or part payment.
    We don't give change on luncheon vouchers.
    We don't accept luncheon vouchers as payment for alcohol products alone.

    Internet Coupons
    We accept Internet Coupons under the same stringent conditions as old style manufacturers' coupons:
    1 That they are in date
    2. They are not specific to different retailers (non Asda)
    3. We stock the product

    One temporary rule until we decide a more comprehensive policy is-
    Only 1 internet coupon per product item in any single transaction - Unless the customer actually buys the product and in multiples that reflect the number of coupons tendered.

    For a complete list of policies, please visit
    http://www.asda-corporate.com/policies.

    If you need any extra help, please let us know.

    Kind Regards

    ASDA Service Team
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