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Refund after using Tesco discount coupon

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Posting here as can't post in Ask due to current glitch. If you use a Tesco £6 off £30 spend coupon in-store, then return an item that would take the total below £30, do they deduct £6 from your re… Read More
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3m, 2w agoPosted 3 months, 2 weeks ago
Posting here as can't post in Ask due to current glitch.

If you use a Tesco £6 off £30 spend coupon in-store, then return an item that would take the total below £30, do they deduct £6 from your refund?
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3m, 2w agoPosted 3 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
I have used a similar voucher in the past and they have simply refunded the full amount of the item returned. Hope this helps.
#2
When there was a code for £10 off £75. I bought few items to make to £75.
Then when I returned £20 item, they removed £10 discount and only gave me £10 back.
#3
Binab
I have used a similar voucher in the past and they have simply refunded the full amount of the item returned. Hope this helps.


You were lucky. That's not standard practice.
#4
twice they have deducted the voucher when I have done it
#5
It probably depends on the value of the item you are returning. I doubt they'll care unless it's £20-30 (but even then they might still not care)
#6
aau1
It probably depends on the value of the item you are returning. I doubt they'll care unless it's £20-30 (but even then they might still not care)


As I said if a shop is doing a refund properly then it will not give you moneyback for any vouchers you've used. Can you imagine how much money they'd lose if this was standard policy from people taking the pi$$?
#7
mtuk1
aau1
It probably depends on the value of the item you are returning. I doubt they'll care unless it's £20-30 (but even then they might still not care)
As I said if a shop is doing a refund properly then it will not give you moneyback for any vouchers you've used. Can you imagine how much money they'd lose if this was standard policy from people taking the pi$$?

In my experience staff aren't so on the ball

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