Ok, I’m new to London, and I might not have figured the whole “e-groceries” thing out, but this truly confuses me. An “eCoupon” from Tesco, received in my inbox today, and time stamped “24 maart 2009 16:50″:
(direct to large size, or if you don’t believe me, here’s the webpage equivalent)
I replied to Kendra Banks, Marketing Director with my questions, but no extra information on why in the UK “March” comes before “February” or on what kind of day “31 February 2009″ is was supplied yet. ;( Now, how do I get my 10£ so I can ‘enjoy spending it’?! Or is this just a very effective way to dupe your customers into buying something without having to give them their discount?
I would love to take you up on this offer, but, could you please advise how I can use this coupon I receive today before the 31st of February 2009 if ..
1. We’re March 2009.
2. A “February 31″ has never existed as far as I know. February only goes up to 28 - an exceptional 29. Really, you should look it up on the wikipedia!
A confused Tesco customer