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Donate a Bag of Clothes to Help the Aged or spend £5 in store and get a £10 Littlewoods Voucher.

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7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago / expired 31 Dec 0931 December 2009
Instructions:Saw this in the window of Help the Aged today. Basically, as the title says. Donate one Bag, or spend £5 in store, and you get a £10 Littlewoods voucher.

I can only assume that the voucher can be used online, which I would believe would go through to your email address. However, Im not 100% sure.

Ends 31st Dec 2009.
 
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7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago / expired 31 Dec 0931 December 2009
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#1
does anybody have this code?

many thanks
#2
shows how crap todays society is that we need bribing to support charities....
#3
my mum did this they give you a £10 off £30 spend which the code is already posted on this site
#4
lil_tiger
shows how crap todays society is that we need bribing to support charities....


True but no-one gives all they can, no-one ever has and no-one ever will (well I say no-one, I'm sure a few have/do/will but its a minute fraction of a percentage).
#5
callum9999
True but no-one gives all they can, no-one ever has and no-one ever will (well I say no-one, I'm sure a few have/do/will but its a minute fraction of a percentage).


still....its pathetic charities need to give something away for people to help them only my opinion ofcourse:roll:
#6
lil_tiger
still....its pathetic charities need to give something away for people to help them only my opinion ofcourse:roll:


I highly doubt the charity is paying anything for this - I'd bet Littlewoods are providing the vouchers for free (didn't someone do the same with M&S before?).

You may think its pathetic, but if it results in more donations and good PR for Littlewoods I really don't see the problem.
#7
Yup. Works both ways for them, doesnt it. An incentive to buy from Charity Shops in hard times of financial constraint, and also a good way to get the name out there for a catalogue that, in my opinion, helps people get what they want on a payment plan to suit them.
#8
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