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Bounty bag vouchers

(8 Posts)
Mamab33 Tue 27-Jan-15 21:49:14

Have this set of vouchers for £20 or £30 or for free nursing pillows, car seat covers etc. Think they must have come in the bounty bumph. What's the catch?????

Mamab33 Tue 27-Jan-15 21:50:57

I mean the pack given by the pushy woman that bothers you for all of your personal details when you've just given birth

silverine Tue 27-Jan-15 22:05:51

Mine had vouchers for free stuff, but they were all from US websites and you had to pay for delivery...

Mamab33 Wed 28-Jan-15 17:58:29

Ah that could be it....sounds too good to be true!

Izzy82 Wed 28-Jan-15 20:26:05

When I tried to order, it was about £12 delivery

Thisisimpossible Thu 29-Jan-15 12:55:00

And they mercilessly use your email address and personal information to market you to death for ever more. I set up a specific email address for the baby stuff and I'm so glad I did. You would not believe the amount of traffic it sees.

MouseInTheSkirting Thu 29-Jan-15 17:08:06

The catch is the massive delivery charge. And if you look for the items 'worth £25' you can get them for a fiver on eBay.

TheBooMonster Thu 29-Jan-15 17:15:59

yea, the delivery is fairly consistently about £12, they're all effectively the same company, if you scroll to the bottom of the page there's 'sister sites' at the bottom which is all the other websites that are on that roll of vouchers. The sling peaked my interest a it looked so simple but some digging brought me to an amazon listing for the slings where there were awful reviews spread over time then about 30 good reviews over 2 days which made me somewhat suspect as to the legitimacy of the good reviews... I did end up buying the nursing pillow, and it's alright quality but it took about three weeks to arrive in the end, and I've since seen offers on the bounty site with other (UK) companies that would have worked out at the same price.

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