Each coupon is identified by a Coupon Code and has different requirements and rewards. Please check your coupon — all requirements stated on the coupon must be met to receive the discount.
Coupon values are as specified on the coupon.
Limit of one coupon per household.
Coupons are intended for single use only.
In the case of a multiple-item order, the value of the coupon is allocated to each item based on the proportion of the item’s value to the total value of all items, excluding shipping, taxes and other charges.
1) BUY ONE, GET ONE FREE
We all use these offers, mostly used for low cost products rather than services often by large companies such as AWMH which sell high volume at low cost. It has been shown that the ‘BOGOF’ offer works far better than ‘50% off’.
Highly successful when promoting high priced products and services as the higher the incentive the more people will enter the competition. For example a lot of travel companies offer the winner a free holiday or companies such as B&Q or DFS give the winner a free fitted kitchen or an expensive sofa set.
3) FREE DELIVERY
Used by companies which provide a delivery service. Particularly useful for fast food businesses or even large businesses Interestingly, in which customers shop online and have the products delivered straight to their door.
4) GIFT VOUCHERS
Vouchers can be used to give the recipient a money-off discount on a product or a service, or be used to claim a free gift.
5) 10% OFF DISCOUNT
This offer is particularly good when selling a product which has gone stale or the market for that product is in decline or has flat lined. It’s also good to offer this depending on the demographic, for example companies which offer student discounts because they tend to have less disposable income, or clothing stores offering discounts because they are targeting younger buyers.