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Santander are swapping new/nearly new toys(to be donated) for chocolate coins

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I apologise if this ends up in the wrong place, this is my first post. This is not a deal as such, although there is Chocolate. In the spirit of getting a deal and giving something back Santander are …
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I apologise if this ends up in the wrong place, this is my first post. This is not a deal as such, although there is Chocolate. In the spirit of getting a deal and giving something back Santander are swapping new/nearly new toys for chocolate coins. Perhaps when you find that great deal due to the help of the people on this site you might consider buying 1 extra and donating it to a child in need. Merry Christmas :D
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Thanks for posting, I dropped some toys/gifts off for our local gift tree last week, found a few other things in the loft (Santa's secret storage bay) and was wondering where I could donate them as the cut off date for our gift tree closed last week. :)
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chocolate coins? why not offer children real money and persuade them to open a savings account whilst at the bank?
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that's really good, got to nip in to santander Friday. I may drop some bits off
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Sounds like a poor investment from a bank. You could stuff those toys in your attic and find them to be worth a fortune in 30 or so years. Better still, sell or re-gift the new ones. Cold!

Edited By: jettaman on Dec 14, 2016 11:59
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jettaman
Sounds like a poor investment from a bank. You could stuff those toys in your attic and find them to be worth a fortune in 30 or so years. Better still, sell or re-gift the new ones. Cold!


It's about helping others, not saving/making money!
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xobec
jettaman
Sounds like a poor investment from a bank. You could stuff those toys in your attic and find them to be worth a fortune in 30 or so years. Better still, sell or re-gift the new ones. Cold!
It's about helping others, not saving/making money!

Yeah, then why doesn't Santander donate some of their billions? Thought not!

Danny Shine sums up the banks quite well

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2UfrJRRCKa4
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xobec
jettaman
Sounds like a poor investment from a bank. You could stuff those toys in your attic and find them to be worth a fortune in 30 or so years. Better still, sell or re-gift the new ones. Cold!
It's about helping others, not saving/making money!
For Santander, it is indirectly about making money. You would be better off giving your toys to a charity shop than propping up a banks PR machine. At the charity shop you can swap your toys for a warm fuzzy feeling :D
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jettaman
xobec
jettaman
Sounds like a poor investment from a bank. You could stuff those toys in your attic and find them to be worth a fortune in 30 or so years. Better still, sell or re-gift the new ones. Cold!
It's about helping others, not saving/making money!
For Santander, it is indirectly about making money. You would be better off giving your toys to a charity shop than propping up a banks PR machine. At the charity shop you can swap your toys for a warm fuzzy feeling :D

Bit like Comic Relief etc when they "donate" money they raised in branch by having collection tins out, don't donate a penny but makes or looks like they do. Banker banker rhymes with wan...... don't matter.
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For anyone who can't get to a Santander branch, I noticed that Yorkshire linen are also accepting unwrapped gifts for children 0-18.

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