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redfox wrote: »
probably because that is too confusing as well [IMG]Exactly! :rotfl::T[/img]
BigNick wrote: »
Well, vouchers have arrived and at first looked relevant to my shopping, then turned them over to read the t&c's: Limited to one voucher per transaction. That's right, asWaitrose listened to us and apparently we told them we would really rather not save £10+ per shop, preferring 50p instead or the inconvenience of having to put through several smaller transactions at the till. But that defeats the point of signing up for a card in the first place doesn't it?!
dlusman wrote: »
Thats a really strange restriction. Are you sure it is "One voucher per transaction" and not "one voucher of each type per transaction" ( i.e. you can use 1 * money off beans and 1 * money off soup , but not 2 * money off beans ) ?
POPPYOSCAR wrote: »
Waitrose is going right down in my estimation.
They have just introduced a minimum spend of £10 to park in the car park for a maximum of 2 hours after which it is an automatic fine of £70.
You cannot even pay to park anymore if you want to just pop in for a couple of things.
I hope this hits them where it hurts. The car park was half empty the other day.
mon37 wrote: »
Is this £10 spend at Waitrose to park at their car park is for their every store or just specific?
MissG80 wrote: »
I just had a letter from them offering me £2 off loo roll and £1 off yoghurts, plus a load of £4 off £40 vouchers. Useless to me as I never spent more than £40 there in one go, but I did shop there for a handful of basics every week all at 20% off. It's right opposite me so was super convenient. Annoying...the Waitrose effect is wearing off on me but I suppose all good things come to an end.
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