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Get a £10 voucher when using c+c for £4.99 lots of stuff around the £2 mark @ House of Fraser
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Get a £10 voucher when using c+c for £4.99 lots of stuff around the £2 mark @ House of Fraser

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Posted 25th Aug

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£10 store voucher when you use click and collect, link shows some items around £2 for a quick £3 for free
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I'd love to look, but its against my religion to buy from him. Cold.
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I'd love to look, but its against my religion to buy from him. Cold.
I couldn’t resist buying a Deerstalker for £3.99 from £37 with the £10 voucher taken in to account - winter will be upon us soon houseoffraser.co.uk/bra…216
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Oops my bad it was £44.99
Any conditions with these £10 vouchers such as min. spend? I assume only one can be used per order. If I were to place multiple individual online orders, would I collect a £10 voucher for each?
pazza200025/08/2019 15:25

Any conditions with these £10 vouchers such as min. spend? I assume only …Any conditions with these £10 vouchers such as min. spend? I assume only one can be used per order. If I were to place multiple individual online orders, would I collect a £10 voucher for each?


Voucher is in store only by the looks of it

It's basically his infamous £5 c&c in store voucher which supposedly is such a massive success he doesn't know why all retailers don't do it that he has for some reason (ahem its not popular?) increased to £10
Edited by: "Anthony_Shortland" 25th Aug
Why can't he just support free click and collect?
Word of warning, sports direct recently done this too. I ordered and screenshot the promise of £10 c/c voucher. In store staff wouldn't honour it and I had to email customer service, but without the screenshot I wouldn't have got the voucher
Click and collect used to be (and still should be) free. It’s just clever marketing, making you think ohhhh free money, I’ll have to find something else to buy from his empire now.
People taking this approach all be it honest will be the reason they stop doing it!!! Why go to the effort of trying to save a few quid but adding to the carbon footprint of the country for crap you don’t need. It’s ridiculous get a grip.
Aj181025/08/2019 23:00

People taking this approach all be it honest will be the reason they stop …People taking this approach all be it honest will be the reason they stop doing it!!! Why go to the effort of trying to save a few quid but adding to the carbon footprint of the country for crap you don’t need. It’s ridiculous get a grip.


I reality c+c does actually reduce the carbon footprint compared to home delivery, pretty much a mute point anyway as this shop will be shutting very soon
Try to justify your penny pinching action how you will. Ordering a £2 item to get a few quid towards something will be exactly the reason it shuts down. Bravo more people out of work, empty shops. But you saved a few quid so all is good.
Aj181025/08/2019 23:06

Try to justify your penny pinching action how you will. Ordering a £2 item …Try to justify your penny pinching action how you will. Ordering a £2 item to get a few quid towards something will be exactly the reason it shuts down. Bravo more people out of work, empty shops. But you saved a few quid so all is good.


Oh so you get the capatalist society that you live in, well done
Do you some how not understand people need jobs , people rely on them to survive, you are missing the point. Your cheap and thing saving a few quid is morally better then keeping people employed and shops open. I love how your trying to deflect your actions and ridiculous post all because you want to save a few quid.
Aj181025/08/2019 23:19

Do you some how not understand people need jobs , people rely on them to …Do you some how not understand people need jobs , people rely on them to survive, you are missing the point. Your cheap and thing saving a few quid is morally better then keeping people employed and shops open. I love how your trying to deflect your actions and ridiculous post all because you want to save a few quid.


I do not shop there so I will not be saving anything, read up on capitalism before you start getting emotional about jobs and the working class, are you suggesting people boycott this deal in an attempt to save the jobs you talk about? surely the extra footfall would be better in that case therefore protecting the jobs you are worried about? feel free to use the offer or not but please do not criticise me for posting it I do not shop there I have no shares in it and to be honest it full of overpriced tat , once it is gone i am sure you will find something else you miss. Opal fruits, Marathon bars etc. Have you ever bought anything online? if you answer no then I bow to you, if you answer yes you are being a hypocrite
Aj181025/08/2019 23:19

Do you some how not understand people need jobs , people rely on them to …Do you some how not understand people need jobs , people rely on them to survive, you are missing the point. Your cheap and thing saving a few quid is morally better then keeping people employed and shops open. I love how your trying to deflect your actions and ridiculous post all because you want to save a few quid.


Its already too late; internet shopping has removed many shops e.g. electrical shops. People naturally want to get the best value for money and yes most people will have ordered at some stage across the internet for a small saving. However on the hole retailers could not come up with an effective compromise method of getting close, but not matching, internet retailers. Taxing online sales would I believe have helped address the extra costs e.g. higher rates that a bricks and mortar retailer has to pay over an internet retailer.
Edited by: "afroylnt" 26th Aug
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