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Am I being thick or are Boots essentially giving away freebies?

(5 Posts)
AmandaGetPaidToDotCom Tue 29-Jan-13 12:48:34

A good tip though is to look out for ways of getting more money back from your puchases - for instance by using discount vouchers or cashback shopping smile

peanutMD Sun 20-Jan-13 14:36:51

Oops blush

My pregnancy brain has confused me, I was looking at the cost in points not the points collection grin

I did think it worked out rather odd!!

DearOldWrinklyMum Sun 20-Jan-13 14:32:20

52 points?

chickabilla Sun 20-Jan-13 14:32:18

52 points unfortunately!

peanutMD Sun 20-Jan-13 14:30:37

I was just looking at washable breast pads on the Boots website and noticed that the pack costs £5.20.

It states that as I am in the Parenting Club I will receive 10 points per £ as opposed to 4 so this totals 520 points.

Which, if I am right in thinking, has an in store spend value of £5.20...

So although I am buying a pack I am getting the value straight back in points?

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