Victoria McManus

Save up to £30 off your Christmas Shopping!

Victoria McManus 11/08/19

Starting Monday, 11th November, every time you spend £10 or more either in the shop or online, you will receive a special sticker. Pick up a Saver Card and start decorating the wreaths on the card with your stickers to save up to £30 off your seasonal shop.

The more stickers you collect the more you will save. Fill up one wreath to get £2.50 towards your shopping, two wreaths to earn a fiver, three to receive £12. Complete four Christmas wreaths to get a tidy £20 off your shopping bill! If you can fill up all five wreaths on your card by Sunday 15 December, we’ll give you £30 off your Christmas & New Year shopping bill! (It really doesn’t matter which decorations you use, but there must be nine stickers to complete each Christmas wreath).

Christmas Saver Cards can be redeemed any time from Monday 16 December until the shop closes at 4pm on Sunday 12 January 2020.

Terms & conditions: Customers must be aged 18 or over to qualify for this offer. Customers must spend £10 or more in a single transaction to qualify for a Christmas wreath sticker. Stickers to be collected from cashiers at time of purchase. Account customers must collect their stickers at time of purchase. Sticker & card value 0.001p & not transferable. Sticker issue ends 4pm Sunday 15 December 2019. Completed or partially completed cards can be redeemed at Dike & Son Superstore, Stalbridge, from 8am Monday 16 December until 4pm on Sunday 12 January 2020.

No change will be given on redemption. Offer excludes cigarettes and tobacco, medicines, gift vouchers, mobile telephone top-up cards, Paypoint transactions, Lottery or scratchcard purchases. All stickers are security marked & will be scanned upon redemption. Management reserves the right to refuse to redeem any card that appears to have been forged or tampered with, and we reserve the right to amend or withdraw this offer at any time. Any data collected during this campaign will be stored in accordance with Data Protection Legislation.