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H&M £5.00 FREE voucher for your old clothes instore

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Hi all just got an email from H&M to bring in my old clothes and in return get a free £5 voucher £5 off a £30+ Spend
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Hi all just got an email from H&M to bring in my old clothes and in return get a free £5 voucher

£5 off a £30+ Spend
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Jesus some people on here are miserable ****. They're giving you £5 off (of clothes that are already quite cheap) for a bag of clothes most people would just throw away anyway. And you're still complaining.

We live in a country full of such moaners.
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Wondered what was going on with all these people going in fully clothed... then coming out naked with only a smile ;)

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#1
I've just got the same email. I missed the drop off last year and have a bag of stuff not suitable for a charity shop but could make rags etc. Cool £5 voucher off a £25 spend... Easily done with my kids.
[mod]#2
Nice, just added that the voucher is £5 off a £30 spend. Also for the voucher you'll need to fill an average sized supermarket carrier bag. Cheers for this!
#3
What do they do with these clothes ? they make money on this !! don't take anything in that's worth anything you are doing them a favour.you would be better off selling at a car boot sale ,cash for clothes or doing your bit for charity shops , don't like this , as it takes clothes from people who need them.
1 Like #4
How many vouchers can one have? I got loads of unwanted clothing.
6 Likes #5
Wondered what was going on with all these people going in fully clothed... then coming out naked with only a smile ;)
1 Like #6
They have been doing this for at least a year now, an ongoing offer in my store. You take in a bag of old clothes they give you a £5 off £25 spend voucher.
3 Likes #7
TimTamBabe
I've just got the same email. I missed the drop off last year and have a bag of stuff not suitable for a charity shop but could make rags etc. Cool £5 voucher off a £25 spend... Easily done with my kids.


​The charity shop I work in accepts rags etc as I'm sure many others do. We don't get much from them when we sell them in but every penny helps.
#8
just got the email myself, great
#9
RiverDragon8
How many vouchers can one have? I got loads of unwanted clothing.
As many as you like, but maybe take them a few times if possible ;)
4 Likes #10
Is it just me that thinks it's not worth the effort for a money off voucher? It's not even a proper £5 voucher.

Would rather give to charity jumble sale.
#11
moneysavingkitten
Is it just me that thinks it's not worth the effort for a money off voucher? It's not even a proper £5 voucher.
Would rather give to charity jumble sale.

Well - If there were a few items I'd like to buy from H&M and I also had some clothes I wanted to get rid of, the perhaps it's just me that thinks it'd be worth it.
1 Like #12
I offered my clothes (4 black bags full) some with tags still on, 4 seat dining chairs with glass dining table and cabinet and two seater sofa to the British Hear Foundation, the rude driver said there not good enough and left without taking anything!!!!!! I was appalled and shocked as there was nothing wrong with them. So I put them on freecycle and all was collected the same day and were appreciated. So I don't feel guilty going to H&M.
1 Like #13
is the 5 pound voucher valid for online order?
1 Like #14
RedLozzer
TimTamBabe
I've just got the same email. I missed the drop off last year and have a bag of stuff not suitable for a charity shop but could make rags etc. Cool £5 voucher off a £25 spend... Easily done with my kids.
​The charity shop I work in accepts rags etc as I'm sure many others do. We don't get much from them when we sell them in but every penny helps.
In my local charity shop all the rags are hanging on coat hangers. X)
#15
Oxfam give M & S voucher so long as M & S item included in bag. M & S shwop give 50 points per bag of clothes
2 Likes #16
Exchanging something you own in return for money does not mean you get the money for "free".
#17
chris_bou_uk
What do they do with these clothes ? they make money on this !! don't take anything in that's worth anything you are doing them a favour.you would be better off selling at a car boot sale ,cash for clothes or doing your bit for charity shops , don't like this , as it takes clothes from people who need them.


I think they use them for the h n m conscious clothing range google it youll see what i mean
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Jesus some people on here are miserable ****. They're giving you £5 off (of clothes that are already quite cheap) for a bag of clothes most people would just throw away anyway. And you're still complaining.

We live in a country full of such moaners.
1 Like #19
MoogleV
Jesus some people on here are miserable ****. They're giving you £5 off (of clothes that are already quite cheap) for a bag of clothes most people would just throw away anyway. And you're still complaining.

We live in a country full of such moaners.


​my sentiments exaclty :)
2 Likes #20
this has been ongoing for years. Not a new deal!
#21
Does anyone know how much is a 'bag of clothes'? Would one or two tops suffice for the voucher?
#22
afnoor
MoogleV
Jesus some people on here are miserable ****. They're giving you £5 off (of clothes that are already quite cheap) for a bag of clothes most people would just throw away anyway. And you're still complaining.
We live in a country full of such moaners.http://imagehosting24.click/images/157248.png

​my sentiments exaclty :)
sad because true :/
#23
Seems to be a carrier bag full
1 Like #24
I've noticed less and less charity shops asking for rags, the ones that did last year I put them in a different bag and labelled it as rags, so they didn't have to sort through the other stuff I've baggsd. If I can't give clothing away to friends it goes to the charity shop. :) There seems to be very few that take bric a brac, books etc.
#25
MoogleV
Jesus some people on here are miserable ****. They're giving you £5 off (of clothes that are already quite cheap) for a bag of clothes most people would just throw away anyway. And you're still complaining.
We live in a country full of such moaners.

It's barely any more than the 10% - 15% codes you get for doing nothing.
#26
This offer is actually on all year round, with rapidly growing children my wife has been doing this constantly for the last 2 years and it isn't restricted so you can use on sale items etc too.
1 Like #27
Surely you'd get the same return for just taking this down to a shop that deals with old clothes by the kilo specifically. Cold for that alone

Or just take them to a homeless charity and actually see them go to better use that fits their value.

Edited By: Spam101 on Jan 27, 2017 01:43
2 Likes #28
Spam101
Surely you'd get the same return for just taking this down to a shop that deals with old clothes by the kilo specifically. Cold for that alone

Those places usually pay 50p per kilo. So to get a fiver you'd need 10kg. No way a carrier bag full would weigh that, that's more like a black bin bag full. A carrier bag would get you maybe £1.50.
1 Like #29
RedLozzer
TimTamBabe
I've just got the same email. I missed the drop off last year and have a bag of stuff not suitable for a charity shop but could make rags etc. Cool £5 voucher off a £25 spend... Easily done with my kids.
​The charity shop I work in accepts rags etc as I'm sure many others do. We don't get much from them when we sell them in but every penny helps.
I know BHF charity shop weighs in rags and they get abit of money for em too :)
#30
Not bad! I've got loads of old clothes x
#31
Thanks OP. Does anyone know if you get a voucher per full carrier bag or one per visit if I had a couple of bags?
#32
afnoor
MoogleV
Jesus some people on here are miserable ****. They're giving you £5 off (of clothes that are already quite cheap) for a bag of clothes most people would just throw away anyway. And you're still complaining.
We live in a country full of such moaners.
​my sentiments exaclty :)
completely agree
#33
LondonDiva
Thanks OP. Does anyone know if you get a voucher per full carrier bag or one per visit if I had a couple of bags?
They'll give you 2 vouchers for 2 bags.
#34
busy mum of 4
LondonDiva
Thanks OP. Does anyone know if you get a voucher per full carrier bag or one per visit if I had a couple of bags?
They'll give you 2 vouchers for 2 bags.


​Thank you.
#35
Is the voucher valid on sale items
#36
will give it a look
1 Like #37
It used to be £5 voucher with no minimum spend a few years back. I cleared all the unwanted clothes but as somebody said earlier - 10% or 15% vouchers are available so not worth carrying all these to the shops, waiting in a queue to be given a £5 voucher for a £30 spend.
#38
bargins4me
I offered my clothes (4 black bags full) some with tags still on, 4 seat dining chairs with glass dining table and cabinet and two seater sofa to the British Hear Foundation, the rude driver said there not good enough and left without taking anything!!!!!! I was appalled and shocked as there was nothing wrong with them. So I put them on freecycle and all was collected the same day and were appreciated. So I don't feel guilty going to H&M.

It is a sign of the times.I have noticed some charity shops do seem to have gone up market from the old days.Don't let it stop you doing your bit for charity/freecycle as there are many out there who appreciate the kind gesture. :)
#39
pdbis
bargins4me
I offered my clothes (4 black bags full) some with tags still on, 4 seat dining chairs with glass dining table and cabinet and two seater sofa to the British Hear Foundation, the rude driver said there not good enough and left without taking anything!!!!!! I was appalled and shocked as there was nothing wrong with them. So I put them on freecycle and all was collected the same day and were appreciated. So I don't feel guilty going to H&M.
It is a sign of the times.I have noticed some charity shops do seem to have gone up market from the old days.Don't let it stop you doing your bit for charity/freecycle as there are many out there who appreciate the kind gesture. :)

I decided not to give to the major charities that are essentially businesses with CEO's that earn millions, there are local charities out there that do good work... Unfortunately they can have a religious tinge, hopefully they're not proselytizing too many people with my wares.
#40
yas212
Is the voucher valid on sale items


​Yes it is, or at least it was when I had a voucher last year but can't imagine it's changed. Great offer. Will be doing this again soon

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