Following on from my and edi's discussion in the thread about the David Lean boxset, I would be grateful if Admin could give a definitive answer on this.
As there don't seem to be any set rules about it, what is a good rule of thumb - to include a voucher discount in an item price or to post it with pre-discount price only? I was under the impression it was the latter. You're not supposed to include Quidco discount in item prices (as it's not guaranteed and not everyone uses it) so why include voucher discounts (which are not 100% guaranteed to be available to everyone, and people may not want to use them, or have already used them)?
Using edi's thread as an example: the voucher in question gave 10% off, and there were no details of any restrictions (specific items / multiple uses etc). edi used this discount to bring the price of the item down, and it was only this which made it slightly cheaper than anywhere else (the same item was available for only pennies more than the pre-discount price at several other retailers). I don't think, in this case, the use of a voucher was justified in the pricing, as insufficient details were available about its usage/validity.
It would be good to have a clear policy which we can all stick to. Personally I think there are too many variables when it comes to vouchers, and they should be left out of the price and just attached as an option.