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bargainhunterx3 Avatar
7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
hi does anyone know how i can get a makro card or even if i can shop there without 1
i am not self employed though
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
have to be a business as far as i know and be able to prove it. dont think you can just have a day pass. could always borrow one if you know someone with one - they dont check up as far as i know
mind you - they're not any cheaper in my opinion
#2
thank you i thought that was the case but just chance my luck lol
it was only for a birthday cake as they are big but quite cheap out there i think
3 friends have cancelled out getting it and my sons birthday is thursday
dont think i can get a card from anyone lol thank you though x
#3
where are you?
#4
Your company or workplace could get a card and get you a card as an aditional buyer . I've had a card now for nearly 20 years and have my mum and brother as aditional buyers . Great place to shop and not like Costco where you have to pay 20 odd quid a year to get a card . Have had some real bargains too , especially in the cloths and footware line . They send out a Makro mail every month with some specials on selected lines .
Worth getting a card if you can .
#5
You could always go and stand outside it and ask someone if they could buy it for you, if someone asked me i certainly would, but thats the type of person i am, you never know, there are still decent friendly people out there
#6
hi thanks
i am in livingston just outside edinburgh lol
not a clue how i could get a card though friends were doing it through their works
i am not working at moment as to look after my kids
thought it would have been a great money saver for me :)
#7
lol thanks i wish i had the courage to do that would be alot easier but dont think i could :-(
#8
bargainhunterx3
hi thanks
i am in livingston just outside edinburgh lol
not a clue how i could get a card though friends were doing it through their works
i am not working at moment as to look after my kids
thought it would have been a great money saver for me :)


If you gave them a call and asked if they would allow you in with out your card but with the number, I would be happy to pm you my number:thumbsup:
#9
Have u thought about other ideas, like sainsburys and asda have the cakes all ready made and you get a picture put on of whatever you like for £10, the cakes are quite reasonable size too, OR another fab idea i had one year is i bought a small chocolate cake for my son with the candles etc, but also bought a load of fairy cakes and the kids had the fairy cakes and my son enjoyed his cake all to himself, you can buy really cheap tesco own or asda own fairy cakes for under a £1, ebay sell fairy cake toppers like ben 10, and just buy a smaller cake for your child
#10
the asda picture cakes are the best! get a pic and someone on here will tweek it for you as some people are really good at it.

Makes it extra special!
#11
thanks michelle that would be very kind of you
not getting an answer just now though
#12
hi again just found out it is costco who do the cake for £10 pound lol my head is elsewhere lol
but still cant get a card anyway but the picture one sounds really really good though how do i go about getting a pic tweeked though?
#13
bargainhunterx3
hi again just found out it is costco who do the cake for £10 pound lol my head is elsewhere lol
but still cant get a card anyway but the picture one sounds really really good though how do i go about getting a pic tweeked though?


I was just going to say can you go to costco because they do really big cakes cheap - didnt know whether or not makro did, thought maybe they did as well
#14
Tesco choc birthday cake is YUM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#15
bargainhunterx3
hi again just found out it is costco who do the cake for £10 pound lol my head is elsewhere lol
but still cant get a card anyway but the picture one sounds really really good though how do i go about getting a pic tweeked though?

For Costco membership you don't need to be a company as they do individual memberships (think it's annual membership of about £27). I've had one for years now and always get very good price on tyres and special offers. As for their birthday cakes - yes they are delicous and large but think you have to allow a couple of days once ordered in store. Well worth it in my opinion.
#16
ricko
Your company or workplace could get a card and get you a card as an aditional buyer . I've had a card now for nearly 20 years and have my mum and brother as aditional buyers . Great place to shop and not like Costco where you have to pay 20 odd quid a year to get a card . Have had some real bargains too , especially in the cloths and footware line . They send out a Makro mail every month with some specials on selected lines .
Worth getting a card if you can .


I've been a member for a few years now through work, they are cheap on certain lines you need to take your calculator with you and be aware not everything is in fact cheaper
#17
A friend of mine has a business and makro actually called him to see if he wanted a card. Maybe if you call them and tell them you just had a call from the marketing team asking if you wanted a card and you have changed your mind and would like one you could get round it like that. I have my own Ironing company.

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