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Thomas Cook voucher from McDonalds promotion

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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
Just a question.... I have won a £100 off voucher to be used with Thomas Cook holidays... don't know the minimum spend
Here are the T&C
http://www.mcdonalds.co.uk/money/Terms-and-Conditions/restaurantRules2008.pdf

I am thinking to sell it as I don't have time for holidays this year... how much should I ask for it? Any ideas?
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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
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#1
£100 Off Holiday Vouchers

£100 discount on any new holiday booking made on or before midnight 13th June 2008 on a package holiday (comprising flights and accommodation for the duration of the stay) advertised by Thomas Cook (excludes Thomas Cook Signature, Latitude and Tours), Airtours or Sunset within its brochures for Summer 2008 and Winter 08/09 (covering departures from 1st May 2008 to 31st April 2009). £100 voucher cannot be used for holidays departing within 8 weeks of booking.

The £100 off is not valid in conjunction with any other offer or discount and cannot be used as a holiday deposit or payment for insurance, towards holiday cancellation charges or with any holiday already booked. A deposit is required on bookings over £100 and, if made via the Thomas Cook Sales centre this must be paid using a valid debit or credit card. A charge of 2.25% (maximum £50) will be made where the holiday cost is paid by credit card, except when payment is made by a Thomas Cook credit card. No charge applies to debit card payments. The prize winner must be the first named party on the booking.

Limit of one £100 discount per booking.

Accepting £50 is a reasonable price
#2
Steffcip i don't think its worth much its most probably £100 off the brochure price what is way to expensive who pays brochure prices now days and probably got a min spend on it it seems like the ones you get in the paper where you always win. I maybe wrong lets hope its worth a bit for you :thumbsup:
#3
HI since you got this from that monopoly competition can you let me know if you come accross the Liverpool street station sticker please?

I have Kings Cross and can swap should you or anyone else need it,

Thanks
#4
zeus9876
£100 Off Holiday Vouchers

£100 discount on any new holiday booking made on or before midnight 13th June 2008 on a package holiday (comprising flights and accommodation for the duration of the stay) advertised by Thomas Cook (excludes Thomas Cook Signature, Latitude and Tours), Airtours or Sunset within its brochures for Summer 2008 and Winter 08/09 (covering departures from 1st May 2008 to 31st April 2009). £100 voucher cannot be used for holidays departing within 8 weeks of booking.

The £100 off is not valid in conjunction with any other offer or discount and cannot be used as a holiday deposit or payment for insurance, towards holiday cancellation charges or with any holiday already booked. A deposit is required on bookings over £100 and, if made via the Thomas Cook Sales centre this must be paid using a valid debit or credit card. A charge of 2.25% (maximum £50) will be made where the holiday cost is paid by credit card, except when payment is made by a Thomas Cook credit card. No charge applies to debit card payments. The prize winner must be the first named party on the booking.

Limit of one £100 discount per booking.

Accepting £50 is a reasonable price


£50 no way mate these sold on ebay for £1.04 and one with a bin for £4.99.
#5
I think it's a bit cheeky selling somthing u won, from maccy d's.
#6
why is that? lol
maybe it will help someone who's looking to book a Holiday anyway.......
#7
tbh, alot of these vouchers are flying round, so more likely then not, someone booking a holiday will have a voucher or know someone who will give it too them.

guess i just have morals
#8
It's not about morals. If you won a car and didn't need it would you keep that?? Can you tell me the date you need to book and travel by please. I might give you a £5 for it.
#9
Is this vouchers still available as Im hoping to book my holiday with thomas cook very soon and this would be really useful?
#10
Kitten13
I think it's a bit cheeky selling somthing u won, from maccy d's.


thats because your thick, explain why it is cheeky to sell something just becuase its from Mc'D, why is MC'd for cheapos or somin? so you would also say its cheeky to sell MAYFAIR for £500 because that person cant get park lane knowing full well its worth £500, 000. because its from mc'd its CHEEKY to sell it. im sure you would buy mayfair for £50,000 (not that you got it buy if)if you knew it could make you that money and knowing it would be coming out of Mcdonalds pocket.

you got morals yeh right!, you just think you know it. i'm not one to start cursing, but you put someone down who only asked for advice about selling somin his won, belonging to him.

there ppl that will walk into thomas cook tomorow to book a holiday, that £100 would put a huge smile on there face!
#11
Kitten13
tbh, alot of these vouchers are flying round, so more likely then not, someone booking a holiday will have a voucher or know someone who will give it too them.

guess i just have morals


I guess my friend is cheeky for selling the ipod he won from "macdonalds" even though he bought one 3 months before winning! he has no morals hmmmm

ppl sell unwanted gifts to ppl to whom it will benefit!

your ignorant that what you are!
#12
f1tness
thats because your thick, explain why it is cheeky to sell something just becuase its from Mc'D, why is MC'd for cheapos or somin? so you would also say its cheeky to sell MAYFAIR for £500 because that person cant get park lane knowing full well its worth £500, 000. because its from mc'd its CHEEKY to sell it. im sure you would buy mayfair for £50,000 (not that you got it buy if)if you knew it could make you that money and knowing it would be coming out of Mcdonalds pocket.

you got morals yeh right!, you just think you know it. i'm not one to start cursing, but you put someone down who only asked for advice about selling somin his won, belonging to him.

there ppl that will walk into thomas cook tomorow to book a holiday, that £100 would put a huge smile on there face!


f1tness
I guess my friend is cheeky for selling the ipod he won from "macdonalds" even though he bought one 3 months before winning! he has no morals hmmmm

ppl sell unwanted gifts to ppl to whom it will benefit!

your ignorant that what you are!


If you're going to have a go - please at least try to use the correct spelling and grammer!!
banned#13
ignorant and thick, wow you signed up just to insult someone
#14
Tintern1981;2023327
If you're going to have a go - please at least try to use the correct spelling and grammar!!


:p

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