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Spend $75 and get a $20 gift voucher at Myers

Posted By: Donkey, posted 2011/01/21 08:40
Pretty stupid promo from Myers but what else do you expect. The deal is that if you spend $75 or more in one transaction between now and the 22nd jan they will give you a $20 voucher to use instore between 23rd and 26th of Jan where you spend $30 or more in one transaction. Sound confusing....

I'll post the exclusion list below - it makes the promo even sillier. This would be more a just grab it while you there if your there and you meet the threshold, otherwise - dont bother.
Expiry date:2011/01/22
  • Donkey2011/01/21 08:41:24
    Ready for it......

    Voucher offer excludes sunglasses, Gift Card and online purchases, lay-by and credit card payments, KIT Cosmetics, Mecca Cosmetica, Benefit Browbar Services, Apple branded products (including iTunes Gift Cards), console hardware, Asko, Miele, Nespresso Boutique Shops; clothing by Anthea Crawford, Charlie Brown, ck Calvin Klein, Country Road, Cue, Dangerfield, David Lawrence, Declic, Dom Bagnato, Esprit, Feathers, Howard Showers, Hugo Boss, im Boutique, Jigsaw, Karen Millen, Levi’s @ Sydney Basement, Leona Edmiston, Marcs, Perri Cutten, Pilgrim, Politix, Politix 464, Polo Ralph Lauren, Princess Highway, Review, Rhodes & Beckett, Rodd & Gunn, Seafolly, Simona, Sportscraft, Spurling, St Lenny, TS14+ and Vicky Mar, footwear by Alan Pinkus and Karen Millen; handbags by Alan Pinkus, Country Road, Cue, Dangerfield, Princess Highway, Karen Millen and Sportscraft; fashion accessories and jewellery by Country Road, Cue, Dangerfield, Feathers, Givenchy, Karen Millen, Karen Walker, Perri Cutten, Princess Highway, Rhodes & Beckett, Sportscraft, Fiorina, Pandora, Swarovski and TS14+; watches by Burberry, Emporio Armani, Fossil, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Pandora and Swarovski; bags by Crumpler; homewares by Fissler, Jasper Conran, Monique Lhuillier, POP by Sheridan, Rosenthal, Royal Doulton, Swarovski, Versace, Villeroy & Boch, Waterford Crystal and Wedgwood; and at A Moment in Time Photography, Laubman and Pank, Looksmart Alterations, Mr Minit, My Flower House, Ottoman 3, Pixi Photos, Portrait Place, Red Balloon, The Tailoring Service, Weight Watchers, Myer beauty rooms, hair and beauty salons, cafes, restaurants, food outlets and service concessions
  • shelviaw2011/01/21 09:35:51
    mmm... what does it include? :p
  • fairybelle2011/01/21 10:00:02
    Yeah I always wonder about those terms and conditions. They basically exclude everything from the store... except for there own brands like Basque.
    Takes the gloss off the offer when they do that..
  • ninkasi2011/01/21 13:56:20
    I guess that *if* you are buying something that isn't in the restricted list, like some shoes other than Alan Pinkus and Karen Millen (so that could be the DF 'supersoft' my wife loves, or perhaps some clarks for the kids for school) then in theory you would be paying $75+$10 plus the $20 voucher for $105 worth of stuff. So that's $105 for $85 so basically about a 20% discount. Not too bad, but the conditions definitely leave a lot to be desired and if you're paying rrp for some of those items then the discount isn't massive.

    For example, recently Myer had a 'buy one get the second at 50%' sale for Clarks shoes - so that's a 25% discount with no mucking around with short life vouchers only valid on specific days.... late last year they also had DF shoes on sale for 30% off and other clothes at 40%..... as Donkey said, I think this is one of those things that might be worthwhile if you're going there anyhow, but probably not for a special trip.
  • kickling2011/01/21 15:06:20
    This works out well for me ... bought new shirts yesterday at 40% off due to their special 4-day-sale and I got my $20 voucher. The 40% off sale ends on Sunday the 23rd ... which means I can go back this Sunday and use my $20 voucher along with the same sale to get an even cheaper shirt :-)
  • odysseus2011/01/21 20:34:50
    Although there's a lot of exclusions, there's still a lot of stuff included (not just own brand stuff) like televisions, computers, homewares...

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