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Re: No more More

Post by Sarah » Thu Nov 04 2021 11:34am

£5 off £50 spend is back. I realised last week the other coupons can have variations in the terms. Those for specific products (e.g. "Morrisons Savers Long Life Skimmed Milk 1Ltr") typically only discount 1 item even if buying multiples together, whereas other coupons which have more generic descriptions (e.g. "milk", "bread", "chocolates and sweets", etc) can discount multiple eligible items in a single transaction and become quite useful if you get a good percentage off.
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Post by pabenny » Thu Nov 04 2021 8:47pm

I wonder if offers are based on recent shopping. So as I haven't shopped at Morrisons recently I have no offers. Might work for loyalty but doesn't attract disloyal customers.
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Post by blythburgh » Fri Nov 05 2021 9:21am

In Morrisons for an occasional top up. DH "have you got the card". Me "I do not bother with it nowadays as rewards are pretty poor apparently". Lady serving us said, "they are pathetic unless you spend a lot here every week." As pabenny says, not a way to get people like me to shop there more often
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