18 March, 2008

Walkers Brit Trips promotion

Well, this is pretty cool, probably wouldn't have even read the blurb on the packet if not for spotting a rather good ad for the promotion running on the internet, but looking at it, as we *do* eat a few bags of crisps each week, it's quite possible to save rather a lot of money! Basically, on the inside of each multipack bag they have printed a unique ten digit code, all you do is go to http://www.walkersbrittrips.co.uk, register and then type in this value, thus crediting your account with a certain number of "points", little multipacks give you 6 points, large ones give you 21 points...and considering that 20 points means half-price entry to Chessington, 15 points gets you a free "Day pass" to any National Trust site, or as little as 10 points will get you into a Sea-Life centre for half-price that's actually an extremely good deal (considering I'm eating them anyway)...now combine that with Tesco doing a "loss leader" on Walkers crisps at the moment (buy one get one free) and we've actually got quite a lot of points already without even realising it until last night!

Anyway, check it out, would be a shame to miss the opportunity! ;)


Darfuria said...

You know, I saw the picture of the crisps and for a moment thought that you had gotten a couple of free bags on your way in to work, which would have been on the icing on the "I want free stuff!" cake.

Sounds like you guys are going to be benefiting a lot from those points though. Though, I imagine the luxury will run out eventually.

¨°º©[ Fink ]©º°¨ said...

Haha! Funny you should say that actually - today they were giving away bread and butter (some new kind of spread perhaps?) at London Bridge, but I didn't even have time to grab a bit, let alone take a snap...perhaps tomorrow morning...! ;)

It is getting silly though, but you don't really notice the sheer amount until you start to document it!

Darfuria said...

I can't actually remember the last time I got anything like that for free. Okay, the other day I went into a bakery and they were offering free samples of cake, but that's about it. Comparitively, there is quite a large difference.