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Attila_the_Pun wrote: »
Speak for yourself. It's not 'all' of the customers. Some of us were very happy with PYOO. They could have made it an alternative that people could opt into, rather than scrapping it. I agree with the rest of what you say. Anyone unhappy with the rewards scheme should shop elsewhere if Waitrose is not persuaded to relent on this.See also the MSE News thread entitled Waitrose unveils its new loyalty scheme. (As a new user, I can't post a link here.) Quite a number of people are upset about the change.
Buggins wrote: »
Does anyone know if picks are still ok this w/e and can you still get a free newspaper? Have tried website to no avail....
I think you missed the sarcasm..
Is there any way there could be a campaign to persuade Waitrose to continue the 'pick your own offers?' When Tesco said it would change the Clubcard scheme, they postponed it due to public response. Could similar pressure put on Waitrose to reconsider?
I love the scheme and I don't find it confusing. Friends also aren't confused. I frequently receive emails from Waitrose asking about instore service but they have don't ask if I like the pick your own offers.
I have the app on my phone - Waitrose normally has wifi - so I can check very quickly if an item is within the offer before I get to the tills.
13-02-2018 9:35 AM
Tigger1000 wrote: »
It's now over a month since we got the coupons for their new "scheme". I used what I could, and binned the rest.
But has ANYONE had any more coupons??
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