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Free Bounty Pack for Babies

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Lawnmower_ManLawnmower_Man Forumite
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A link here for a printable voucher for the above.

http://www.bounty.com/packs/ClaimCard/Toddler_Voucher.pdf

Cheers

LM :)

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  • SystemSystem Forumite
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    Thanks- Just printed one off!
  • SystemSystem Forumite
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    I have received 2 bounty packs so far, one collected from boots via voucher from midwife and one I received in hospital from a bounty rep after my baby was born. I find the packs excellent - loads of info, vouchers and samples and some full size products. Well worth the trip to boots or mothercare to collect.
    I dont think bounty packs are anything to do with the tesco pack mentioned in the above post
  • SystemSystem Forumite
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    My advice to all new parents is watch yourself with these "freebie" packs. They are a clever marketing tool and if you are unlucky enough (like we have been) you will still be getting all sorts of calls from insurance to mobile phones 2 and 3 years later ???. These are marketing tools, a new way of getting hold of your details. When you become a new parent, you also become a new type of consumer and they are out to find you, call you at stupid hours of the evening (like bath time, bed time etc.) and just become a major pain the !!!!!!. >:(The freebies are great but be careful what you sign up for!
  • Thank you lawnmower man.

    My sister in law lives in Minorca and has real trouble getting stuff as everything has to be imported, it's also really expensive.
    The freebies and vouchers on this site have been invaluable, she loves receiving the goodies I send.
    Please keep them coming!
    Does anyone have a printable voucher or a way I can get hold of the bounty packs for newborn/pregnancy?
    Thanks for all donations!

    Greenstuff.
    Waddle you do eh?
  • We picked up an "Emma's Diary" newborn baby pack from Tescos a few weeks ago which was a waste of time. The only thing of remote use in there were 3 Lindt chocolates and they were a month out of date. Really couldn't bother complaining on this one.

    I suppose the carrier bag may have come in handy.


    Robin

    Don't confuse the Bounty packs with the Tesco Emma's diary.

    Bounty have some fantastic products, and personally I have found them great at introducing you to new products, as a new parent I hadn't a clue. They also are very generous with their packs contents

    Tescos Emma's diary is just awful. It isn't worth the completion of the form or the queuing for.
  • I took the printable toddler voucher into Mothercare world and asked if I could have the mother to be pack instead and they said yes!
    They were really nice about it.
    It looks brilliant, she will be pleased, thanks again lawnmower man.
    (Don't think I'll bother with Tescos one!)
    Waddle you do eh?
  • jo_b_2jo_b_2 Forumite
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    Have a look at this thread for ways to get hold of the other bounty packs, Greenstuff.

    http://forum.moneysavingexpert.com/cgi-bin/yabb/YaBB.cgi?board=Free;action=display;num=1089243747;start=10#10
  • Nice one Jo, cheers.
    Waddle you do eh?
  • anouska3anouska3 Forumite
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    A link here for a printable voucher for the above.

    http://www.bounty.com/packs/ClaimCard/Toddler_Voucher.pdf

    Cheers

    LM :)

    Hi i cant find the printable link :( . . . please help
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  • honeypophoneypop Forumite
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    Maybe because the post is dated 2003?
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