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5% off first class stamps @ superdrug £2.33

Caroline72 Avatar
6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago
Heads up Superdrug have 5% off first class stamps again for fathers day, works out just under 39p a stamp
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#1
Thanks for the reminder. I need to buy a job lot of stamps soon, so this was helpful.
#2
If you can't visit your Dad EVEN on Father's Day then don't blub when he's gone.
#3
I remember the good old days when they were 27p ....
#4
great deal just missed the price increase tho
#5
Check your receipt after purchasing. Superdrug staff are not always the full shilling!
#6
title needs to be changed to include book of X stamps and price
#7
hold on, since stamps are legal tender in the UK. Isn't this free money?
#8
jamesdew
hold on, since stamps are legal tender in the UK. Isn't this free money?


Stamps are not legal tender. Some places will accept them as payment for goods, just as they are free to accept many forms of payment which are not legal tender. For example, debit and credit card payments, Euro notes, US Dollars, and out-of-date withdrawn UK currency. But they cannot be forced to accept payment in stamps, just as they cannot be forced to accept out-of-date currency or credit card payments. Legal tender has a very specific meaning. Many transactions every day do not use legal tender, but it is down to the shop keeper whether or not payment is accepted.
#9
If this is for father's day, you'd only need one, maybe two stamps. Am I missing something here? I'm struggling to see the hotness in 2p off.
#10
Does this include 1st class large letter stamps?

Thanks,

xxx
#11
winstonmanc
Stamps are not legal tender. Some places will accept them as payment for goods, just as they are free to accept many forms of payment which are not legal tender. For example, debit and credit card payments, Euro notes, US Dollars, and out-of-date withdrawn UK currency. But they cannot be forced to accept payment in stamps, just as they cannot be forced to accept out-of-date currency or credit card payments. Legal tender has a very specific meaning. Many transactions every day do not use legal tender, but it is down to the shop keeper whether or not payment is accepted.


I have always understood this to be true, but just realised that I haven;t ever looked that up. So I just did. All I can find is people saying "stamps are legal tender" and others saying " no they are not" and no actual credible source stating either definitively.

but anyway, can you take stamps to a post office and get your money back? I have no idea.
#12
shadowdogg
title needs to be changed to include book of X stamps and price


No it doesnt, as it is unlimted....if you buy 5 books or 500 books, you'll still get 5% off??
banned#13
Infinite Element
If this is for father's day, you'd only need one, maybe two stamps. Am I missing something here? I'm struggling to see the hotness in 2p off.


No, you are indeed quite sane, nothing to worry about.
It's the other morons using this site who are voting hot that I would be concerned about.
I think people just vote this sort of tripe hot as a wind up to be honest.
The mods should STAMP out such "deals", I doubt they will though as they seem to generate interest and comment.
Wait for the deluge of comments after my post.......................:whistling:
#14
bulkomuff
No, you are indeed quite sane, nothing to worry about.
It's the other morons using this site who are voting hot that I would be concerned about.
I think people just vote this sort of tripe hot as a wind up to be honest.
The mods should STAMP out such "deals", I doubt they will though as they seem to generate interest and comment.
Wait for the deluge of comments after my post.......................:whistling:


your a n*b :)
#15
janaltus
Check your receipt after purchasing. Superdrug staff are not always the full shilling!


how rude
#16
bulkomuff
No, you are indeed quite sane, nothing to worry about.
It's the other morons using this site who are voting hot that I would be concerned about.
I think people just vote this sort of tripe hot as a wind up to be honest.
The mods should STAMP out such "deals", I doubt they will though as they seem to generate interest and comment.
Wait for the deluge of comments after my post.......................:whistling:


I hope this was sarcastic.

If you can't see the benefit in a deal like this then you should have gone to specsavers:p

A lot of people who run both online and offline businesses send a large amount of letters/parcels through the post. A saving of even 2p per stamp can cut costs dramatically when sending high volume post. Think of all the ebay powersellers out there who use RM instead of couriers.
banned#17
Caroline72
your a n*b :)


how rude!

It's also "you're"
#18
That's my photo! :-)
#19
janaltus:
"Check your receipt after purchasing. Superdrug staff are not always the full shilling!"

Caroline72
how rude


You're welcome to your opinion (one you appear to repeat indiscriminately) but my statement is based on fact. Staff in my local branch of Superdrug are a mixed bunch; some are pleasant and helpful but most of them are extremely stupid, innumerate and illiterate, repeatedly making incorrect transactions. Hence "not always the full shilling!"

What's rude about warning potential Superdrug customers about that? I've attempted to take advantage of the deal and buy books of stamps at discounted prices from Superdrug before, but the staff seem unable to process the purchase successfully. If it involves anything more complex than running a barcode reader over the item and pressing a few buttons on the till, the Superdrug staff get flummoxed!

What's the matter? You don't work for Superdrug, do you? :giggle:
#20
janaltus
janaltus:
"Check your receipt after purchasing. Superdrug staff are not always the full shilling!"



You're welcome to your opinion (one you appear to repeat indiscriminately) but my statement is based on fact. Staff in my local branch of Superdrug are a mixed bunch; some are pleasant and helpful but most of them are extremely stupid, innumerate and illiterate, repeatedly making incorrect transactions. Hence "not always the full shilling!"

What's rude about warning potential Superdrug customers about that? I've attempted to take advantage of the deal and buy books of stamps at discounted prices from Superdrug before, but the staff seem unable to process the purchase successfully. If it involves anything more complex than running a barcode reader over the item and pressing a few buttons on the till, the Superdrug staff get flummoxed!

What's the matter? You don't work for Superdrug, do you? :giggle:


yes i do work for superdrug thanx, and am sick of stupid customers that think everything that goes wrong is our fault, if something scans at the wrong price its not our fault we dont know the price of every single thing in the shop and it comes up automatically, you probly pick up the one thing thats not on promotion and try and say it is too, i dont understand how rude people can be, its as though because we work in a shop you expect us to know every single thing about the shop, dont forget were actually people, talk to us like you would to any normal person.

ps superdrug is ****

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