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Morrison: £30 off for Christmas and the New Year

This £30 voucher seems quite attractive, but if you read carefully, you will find actually Morrison just change 10% off your shopping into a £30 voucher! You have to spend £40 for shopping every week for five weeks to collect the receipts, and spend another £40 to redeem the £25 voucher, so totally you spend £240 to get 10% that's £24.


Claim your £25 Christmas Voucher and £5 for the New Year in 4 easy steps:

Shop in any store between 8th November and 19th December 2010 and spend £40 or more in one transaction each week for five weeks.

Keep your five receipts (only fully itemised receipts will be accepted, no credit or debit card receipts).

Make sure each receipt is collected from a different week. Multiple receipts from the same week will not be accepted.

Put the receipts in this Collector Card (otherwise they won't be accepted) and take them into your local Morrisons store between 16th and 31st December to claim your £25 Christmas and £5 New Year Vouchers.

* Your Christmas Voucher can be used between 16th and 31st December when you spend £40 or more.

Your New Year Voucher can be used between 2nd and 30IN January 2011 when you spend £30 or more.
Merry Christmas from everyone at Morrisons.

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