CG19a wrote: »
I don't disagree with that point, its just the way people seem to take the hump when they are asked to prove they are over 18. We all know its an inconvenience, however think of what the possible alternatives are for the cashier if they get it wrong. The Think25 system was designed to make it almost foolproof.
Raksha wrote: »
Thanks for the support folks.
Ukjoel, it's my understanding that the area where you put your shopping when it's scanned is programmed with the expected weight of the bar code, so it would be hard to find a replacement product which is cheaper, but weighs exactley the same as the more expensive product.
LemonGrove wrote: »
I love the damned things. But the people who's job it is to stand around them and enter a code every time they mess up have got to be the most grumpiest and rude people I've ever seen in a Supermarket.
oldone wrote: »
I am going to have fun with this. I don't normally shop in Tesco, and certainly don't have a loyalty card.
I will pop into Tesco for a newspaper, use self serice, and click on having used 26 of my own bags, and wait to see what happens.:D
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