43°
EXPIRED
New reduced price: Buy 10 BiC® Cristal® Medium Black pens for £1.50 @ Tesco and get £10-£100 by sending an empty one
New reduced price: Buy 10 BiC® Cristal® Medium Black pens for £1.50 @ Tesco and get £10-£100 by sending an empty one

New reduced price: Buy 10 BiC® Cristal® Medium Black pens for £1.50 @ Tesco and get £10-£100 by sending an empty one

Buy forBuy forBuy for£1.50
GETGet dealVisit site and get deal
There have been two previous deals on this. But Bic Cristal medium pens are now available at £1.50. instore at Tesco. On rack it is marked £3 but scans at 1.50 at till. I have attached the reciept. Hopefully it is nationwide.I have linked to Bic challenge site rather than Tesco as it is instore. Even if you do not want to make use of promotion, £1.50 for 10 pens is good for general use

Buy a promotional pack of 10 BiC® Cristal® Medium Black pens between 1st April and 31st December 2010 and keep your receipt or invoice .
Use all the ink in your BiC® Cristal® Medium so that theres none visible in the cartridge, and the pen can no longer write.
Send Bic your pen! It's got to be at least 30 days after the date of purchase, but by 31st January 2011. Make sure you include the receipt or invoice, the completed application and the empty BiC® Cristal® Medium black promotional pack pouch 10 packaging too.
Theyll send you a cheque for £10 for each pen within 28 days. Only one claim per address. You need to register with the site to download an application form.

The website is challengebic.co.uk/

8 Comments

Original Poster

http://i32.tinypic.com/2z5om7q.jpg

Hot from me - love the heart shaped splodge on the receipt.

"Only one claim per address"

Surely this means that it is only £10 without going to the hassle of using relatives/friends addresses. Also to use it until it is completely empty and will not write...what about the annoying bits that get stuck up near the top after you've used it for a while. Still £10 for an empty pen is good, but I won't vote seems a bit too much hassle.

amazonboy

"Only one claim per address"Surely this means that it is only £10 without … "Only one claim per address"Surely this means that it is only £10 without going to the hassle of using relatives/friends addresses. Also to use it until it is completely empty and will not write...what about the annoying bits that get stuck up near the top after you've used it for a while. Still £10 for an empty pen is good, but I won't vote seems a bit too much hassle.



It says they will pay you £10 per pen which I would think means that should you want the £100, you need to include all 10 pens in that one claim. It's to stop you buying 10 pens and sending in multiple claims until the closing date. Not really that much of a hassle.

Apologies just re-read and now fully understand...

I take this as Bic's confession that they know the majority of pens will fail due to air bubbles/muck clogging up the ball or the like long before they're actually inkless!!! (or that they just no fred from accounts will nick it of you anyway!)

might be worth a go at taking the tube bit off of the nib part and blowing the ink through then reassembling them (_;)

If you view the website its pretty obvious they arnt wanting to be sending out a hundered quid for god sake, be happy with a tenner,
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text