This is my very first post so please accept my apologies beforehand if the format is incorrect in any way!!
Ok. I recently received an Amazon DVD order which had a Laithwaites voucher included in the box.
You can visit the URL:
Or, you can browse the online store and enter the code at the checkout.
The £20 off element applies to any wine ordered but has a minimum spend of £69.99.
If you sign up, as a new member, to the 4 seasons wine plan, you get £60 off although the plan is £99.99.
The small print from the back of the voucher reads:
"Purchasers must be 18 years or over. New customers only. Order by 18th December 2008 for guaranteed Christmas delivery (9th December for Scottish Highlands or Northern Ireland). Offer only available whilst stocks last. £20 discount may be used in part payment on any wines, minimum spend £69.99. Triple discount of £60 only available against 4 seasons introductory case normally £99.99. Maximum one voucher per customer. This voucher cannot be used for regular wine plan payments. £6.99 delivery charge applies." There's a load of legal blurb around the registered offices etc but by and large that's it.