Free £5 H & M voucher - donate a bag of clothes (any label)
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Free £5 H & M voucher - donate a bag of clothes (any label)

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Found 12th Mar 2012
£5 h & m voucher for taking bag of clothes in
Free £5 H & M voucher
Recycle your unwanted clothes at H&M in support of the British Red Cross during Climate Week, 12-18 March 2012. Take a full large carrier bag of any brand of clothing you no longer want to selected H&M stores during Climate Week 2012, 12-18 March and you’ll receive a £5 voucher to use on your next purchase at H&M stores before the 30th April (in store only).
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The 16 stores participating in the garment recycling initiative are listed below:

234 Regent Street, London • Westfield White City, London • Westfield Stratford, London • 174-176 Oxford Street, London • 213-219 Camden High Street, Camden, London • 181-185 Western Road, Brighton • Midsummer Place, Milton Keynes • Upper Mall West, Bullring, Birmingham • 41-43 High Street, Birmingham • Trafford Centre, Manchester • 9-15 Church Street, Liverpool • Cribbs Causeway, Bristol • Buchanan Galleries, Glasgow • 85 Princess Street, Edinburgh • St Nicolas Centre, Aberdeen • 171 Victoria Square, Belfast
Nice find. Heat added. Do you think there's a limit? How big is a big bag?!
Can it be a small bag, like a Superdrug bag?
Nice find holly Hot!
Bad luck, we just sent 4 full bags of child clothes to local charities and schools.
Ah i will delete my moan, as i will get yelled at.


Edited by: "Polly_P" 12th Mar 2012
Lakeside and Bluewater not included!! Shame just gone through wardrobes and got lots to give away would of been nice to get a voucher! x
i see the hot went from 166 to 161

if i may?. i think these will go to a chairty shop. they will then charge about (if its anything like charity shops here) £3.50 for a pair of primark trousers. This intails you either getting the bus carrying large bag of clothes to shop, or paying parking to park into town. you get £5, but it's cost me.... myself it would cost me £3 into town and back. It then give you the £5 voucher, as the company knows they will make more then the so called £10 a bag of clothes they say they will make.

Even then your item may not make it onto the shelf as they may not look at the bag, and just throw it away, something i have seen myself in other charity places oO

my moan is now over
Polly_P

i see the hot went from 166 to 161if i may?. i think these will go to a … i see the hot went from 166 to 161if i may?. i think these will go to a chairty shop. they will then charge about (if its anything like charity shops here) £3.50 for a pair of primark trousers. This intails you either getting the bus carrying large bag of clothes to shop, or paying parking to park into town. you get £5, but it's cost me.... myself it would cost me £3 into town and back. It then give you the £5 voucher, as the company knows they will make more then the so called £10 a bag of clothes they say they will make. Even then your item may not make it onto the shelf as they may not look at the bag, and just throw it away, something i have seen myself in other charity places oOmy moan is now over



I have a rule of never going out specifically for a deal/freebie, that itself is a terrible idea. The only time I would recommend that, is when the return is potentially huge and likely. I try to incorporate deals/freebies into my plans if I happen to be there anyway. So, I would never recommend spending money a bus fare just to go and get something like this, only if you were going to go anyway.
You shouldn't need to be paid to give your clothes to charity, you should do that anyway
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Thanks op, could get rid of a few coats and get a t shirt or something, better than nowt.
hasan6958

You shouldn't need to be paid to give your clothes to charity, you should … You shouldn't need to be paid to give your clothes to charity, you should do that anyway


Cheers for the constructive comment hasan...your not being paid its an incentive for people to donate to a good cause that will raise awareness and generate donations. Seriously..think before posting
do_you_over

Cheers for the constructive comment hasan...your not being paid its an … Cheers for the constructive comment hasan...your not being paid its an incentive for people to donate to a good cause that will raise awareness and generate donations. Seriously..think before posting



How will it generate donations? People will give their clothes, take the voucher and never think twice about the charity again?

And giving to charity is meant to be for good will, not cash?

Anyways, each to their own
hasan6958

Yeah but no one is gettng any monetry gain..its a voucher. I meant that … Yeah but no one is gettng any monetry gain..its a voucher. I meant that good will come from the clothes donated and maybe they will be sold on to people or given to the needy. I think its a good idea personally..How will it generate donations? People will give their clothes, take the voucher and never think twice about the charity again? And giving to charity is meant to be for good will, not cash?Anyways, each to their own


do_you_over

Cheers for the constructive comment hasan...your not being paid its an … Cheers for the constructive comment hasan...your not being paid its an incentive for people to donate to a good cause that will raise awareness and generate donations. Seriously..think before posting





i guess he likes to be paid to be charitable.... lol .. i see a contradiction .. incentive ? paid? you should think before you comment ...
I'm with Hasan on this...its's a nice bonus to get paid though...or you could take that £5 voucher and buy more clothes and donate that back to charity!
Does anyone know if there is a minimum spend in H&m s to use £5 voucher?
no min spend stated on the voucher. I got mine today!
fantastic, heat added
amysmleong

no min spend stated on the voucher. I got mine today!


How big is the bag is it the standard H&M bag or the biggest one ?
I took 4 bags in today and got £20 of vouchers. Just normal sized Tesco/Sainsbury bags are fine. Minimum spend is £5 but can't use more than one voucher per transaction
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