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Emma's Diary Voucher Glitch?

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user1476968120 Fri 03-Mar-17 14:27:33

Can anyone help? I signed up to claim those money-off vouchers and get the Mum to be Packs, but after making an account it redirected me back to the home page, I've looked it up and says to click where it says too, but it again just redirects me back to the home page.

I've made the account.. How do I claim the vouchers?? It just keeps looping and I can't find out how to download them!!


Ponocky Fri 03-Mar-17 14:35:13

Once you've logged into your account, scroll down the page and there should be a big section about halfway down saying 'download your free vouchers' with clickable links to each pack you're entitled to. When you click on them a pop up should appear on your screen (maybe at the bottom) asking if you want to save or open your voucher, but the page view wont change or refresh.

Make sure you have your pop up blocker disabled otherwise it'll stop the download pop up from appearing.

Ponocky Fri 03-Mar-17 14:37:15

Hit post too soon!

If the pop up blocker isn't the cause it could be the security settings on your PC stopping you from downloading stuff from websites etc. These particular vouchers come in as printable pdf documents.

user1476968120 Fri 03-Mar-17 14:53:08

Thank you! :D

Ponocky Fri 03-Mar-17 15:07:02

You're welcome smile

Just wanted to say that if for any reason you can't get your vouchers to download after the tricks I mentioned, I can help you out.

If you send me your log in details via private message I can download them for you and email them onto you. I promise not to keep them for myself (I've already claimed mine and would not deprive another new mum of their awesome contents!) but I totally understand if you'd prefer not to give out your account details.

Also, when you go to claim them, I found Boots stores had never heard of them as they are Bounty biased. Argos is a much better bet and you can use their in-store stock checker thingys to see if they have any because they're assigned an Argos product code. Saves wasting time queuing and asking the guys behind the tills to check for you smile

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