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The voucher is back again!

3rd chance to get it this week, they must be celebrating England's win!!!

In deals as you have to pay for the paper, which is 45p

Voucher expires Monday
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#1
Thanks, Lidl for the weekly shop again then
#2
Is this just for use today or longer?
#3
Expires Monday.
#4
Has been posted several times
#5
anthony712
Has been posted several times


Not for today's paper it hasn't
#6
They sell the paper in Lidls too in case you forget.
#7
In the Daily Record in Scotland - only 40p! ;-)
banned#8
Bah why can't they do this for Aldi!!
#9
KillFelix
Bah why can't they do this for Aldi!!


Yeah - that would rock - mmm, 43 punnets of this week's cherries for 25 quid...or, you know, other more useful stuff :thumbsup:
#10
Anyone know if Tesco still accept Lidl vouchers? I haven't tried it for a while but last time they did accept lidl/asda vouchers. Have heard rumours though it's down to manager now.
#11
sharon_uk
Anyone know if Tesco still accept Lidl vouchers? I haven't tried it for a while but last time they did accept lidl/asda vouchers. Have heard rumours though it's down to manager now.


They don't ...


Dear PAIN_IN_THE_BUTT

Thank you for your email to Sir Terry Leahy, our Chief Executive, to which I have been asked to reply. Please accept my apologies for the delay in responding.

I was sorry to learn of your confusion regarding our coupon acceptance policy but I appreciate you allowing me the chance to explain this matter.

Providing you have bought the product stated on the coupon, we're happy to accept it and this includes Tesco and branded coupons. Unfortunately, if you don't buy the product, we can't accept the coupon.

In addition, we will continue to accept competitor conditional spend coupons, as long as the minimum spend has been met, as well as Healthy Start and Luncheon Vouchers.

For your information, we now currently accept conditional spend coupons from the following competitors:

Asda
Morrisons
Sainsburys
Co-op
Marks & Spencer
Waitrose
Boots
Aldi

Although this information is not shown in our stores, our staff have been made aware of this change, and so they would be more than happy to inform our customers, should they ask.

I trust that this will explain our position with regards to this matter and I hope you can continue to enjoy shopping with us in the future.

Kind Regards


Amit Bose
Customer Service Executive




From: GOLD OLD ME
Sent: 13 June 2010 07:52
To: Leahy, Terry
Subject: Lidl conditional spend vouchers - what is your policy here please?



Hi Terry,

Can you enlighten me as to the latest revision of your customers conditional voucher policy?
Is there still a policy?
Are Lidl vouchers accepted or have they been rejected just like Farmfoods?

How’s about you put information instore to let the paying customers know when you change this policy, we can’t keep up.

Thanks once again,

Wattie
#12
I've never ever managed to spend 30 pound in LIDL....
#13
Daily Mirror? Lidl?

No thanks...
#14
SuperSambo
Daily Mirror? Lidl?

No thanks...


your point being?
banned#15
seanjames
your point being?


He shops at Waitrose
#16
nicster08
Not for today's paper it hasn't


The original one did actually say in Thursday & Fridays papers
#17
anthony712
The original one did actually say in Thursday & Fridays papers


That was the one i posted LAST WEEK http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/700623/5-off-30-spend-lidl-voucher-in-thur
#18
WalterSmith
They don't ...


Dear PAIN_IN_THE_BUTT

Thank you for your email to Sir Terry Leahy, our Chief Executive, to which I have been asked to reply. Please accept my apologies for the delay in responding.

I was sorry to learn of your confusion regarding our coupon acceptance policy but I appreciate you allowing me the chance to explain this matter.

Providing you have bought the product stated on the coupon, we're happy to accept it and this includes Tesco and branded coupons. Unfortunately, if you don't buy the product, we can't accept the coupon.

In addition, we will continue to accept competitor conditional spend coupons, as long as the minimum spend has been met, as well as Healthy Start and Luncheon Vouchers.

For your information, we now currently accept conditional spend coupons from the following competitors:

Asda
Morrisons
Sainsburys
Co-op
Marks & Spencer
Waitrose
Boots
Aldi

Although this information is not shown in our stores, our staff have been made aware of this change, and so they would be more than happy to inform our customers, should they ask.

I trust that this will explain our position with regards to this matter and I hope you can continue to enjoy shopping with us in the future.

Kind Regards


Amit Bose
Customer Service Executive




From: GOLD OLD ME
Sent: 13 June 2010 07:52
To: Leahy, Terry
Subject: Lidl conditional spend vouchers - what is your policy here please?



Hi Terry,

Can you enlighten me as to the latest revision of your customers conditional voucher policy?
Is there still a policy?
Are Lidl vouchers accepted or have they been rejected just like Farmfoods?

How’s about you put information instore to let the paying customers know when you change this policy, we can’t keep up.

Thanks once again,

Wattie



Received this reply today regarding them not accepting the lidl voucher...

Good Afternoon Tony.

I’m sorry to learn of the problem you’ve experienced with the acceptance of your Lidl vouchers in our Brixton store. I can appreciate your frustration at the service you received.

In regards to the Lidl vouchers, we do have a national policy where they are accepted. However, individual stores can refuse to accept them. It is advisable in future to check before hand that you’ll get the stated discount before you start shopping. The last thing we’ll want to see is further problems when you shop in the future.

Once again, please accept my apologies about not receiving your voucher discount. It is really important that we hear from our customers. This feedback helps us to improve the service that we offer in the future.

Thank you for contacting Tesco.

If you have any further queries please do not hesitate to contact me at [email protected]">[email protected] quoting.

Kind Regards


Matthew Davies
Customer Service Manager
Tesco Every Comment Helps

----- Original Message -----
From: "ECH Online Message"
Date: 24 June 2010

So it looks like there is no 'policy' and it's just pot luck if the manager decides he/she wants to accept them on the day.. absolutely ridiculous! What I find insulting is when they tell me they have NEVER accepted them - like calling me a liar.

I think the mistake I made on that occasion was to not ask before I did my shop as once you have completed your shop ii is easier for them to decline it knowing that you will probably not return your shopping. On every occasion before, I asked before doing my shop and was told they would accept it. maybe that is the trick to it.. who knows...
#19
WalterSmith
They don't ...


Dear PAIN_IN_THE_BUTT

Thank you for your email to Sir Terry Leahy, our Chief Executive, to which I have been asked to reply. Please accept my apologies for the delay in responding.

I was sorry to learn of your confusion regarding our coupon acceptance policy but I appreciate you allowing me the chance to explain this matter.

Providing you have bought the product stated on the coupon, we're happy to accept it and this includes Tesco and branded coupons. Unfortunately, if you don't buy the product, we can't accept the coupon.

In addition, we will continue to accept competitor conditional spend coupons, as long as the minimum spend has been met, as well as Healthy Start and Luncheon Vouchers.

For your information, we now currently accept conditional spend coupons from the following competitors:

Asda
Morrisons
Sainsburys
Co-op
Marks & Spencer
Waitrose
Boots
Aldi

Although this information is not shown in our stores, our staff have been made aware of this change, and so they would be more than happy to inform our customers, should they ask.

I trust that this will explain our position with regards to this matter and I hope you can continue to enjoy shopping with us in the future.

Kind Regards


Amit Bose
Customer Service Executive




From: GOLD OLD ME
Sent: 13 June 2010 07:52
To: Leahy, Terry
Subject: Lidl conditional spend vouchers - what is your policy here please?



Hi Terry,

Can you enlighten me as to the latest revision of your customers conditional voucher policy?
Is there still a policy?
Are Lidl vouchers accepted or have they been rejected just like Farmfoods?

How’s about you put information instore to let the paying customers know when you change this policy, we can’t keep up.

Thanks once again,

Wattie

Terry left on the Monday -worth another letter?
#20
tonysw9
Received this reply today regarding them not accepting the lidl voucher...

Good Afternoon Tony.

I’m sorry to learn of the problem you’ve experienced with the acceptance of your Lidl vouchers in our Brixton store. I can appreciate your frustration at the service you received.

In regards to the Lidl vouchers, we do have a national policy where they are accepted. However, individual stores can refuse to accept them. It is advisable in future to check before hand that you’ll get the stated discount before you start shopping. The last thing we’ll want to see is further problems when you shop in the future.

Once again, please accept my apologies about not receiving your voucher discount. It is really important that we hear from our customers. This feedback helps us to improve the service that we offer in the future.

Thank you for contacting Tesco.

If you have any further queries please do not hesitate to contact me at [email protected]">[email protected] quoting.

Kind Regards


Matthew Davies
Customer Service Manager
Tesco Every Comment Helps

----- Original Message -----
From: "ECH Online Message"
Date: 24 June 2010

So it looks like there is no 'policy' and it's just pot luck if the manager decides he/she wants to accept them on the day.. absolutely ridiculous! What I find insulting is when they tell me they have NEVER accepted them - like calling me a liar.

I think the mistake I made on that occasion was to not ask before I did my shop as once you have completed your shop ii is easier for them to decline it knowing that you will probably not return your shopping. On every occasion before, I asked before doing my shop and was told they would accept it. maybe that is the trick to it.. who knows...

It looks very much like this particular Customer Service "Manager" can't find the answer to your question on the computer so is fobbing you off with a "maybe". :thumbsup:
#21
friendlydave4u
Terry left on the Monday -worth another letter?


Aye too right, Love winding them up over this nonsense policy.

Managers discretion is a total whitewash! Does it depend is he got his hole the night before or what :thumbsup:

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