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Topic # 58417 11-Mar-2010 13:49
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Just looking through an old topic and discovered that Fatso Promotion: Foodtown/Woolworths, 1 month free voucher code "ym8f3phnm" is still valid apparently.

You'll need to use this link: https://fatso.co.nz/voucher and join as new member.

It is a "3 Disc Unlimited [#62] - 3 DVDs at a time" and at the end of the trial, if you continue, it is $32.95 per month.




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  Reply # 306315 11-Mar-2010 16:40
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Looks like its not working for me.

When I go the sign up page, enter my details and press Continue, I get the message "The promotion code entered entitles you to 1 month free trial on the 3 Disc Unlimited plan."

But it doesn't move onto step 2 of the sign up process. If I re-enter all my details again, a new message comes up that states "The promotion code you entered has expired"

Either way, I can't proceed to step 2.







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  Reply # 306318 11-Mar-2010 16:43
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Oh hmm... maybe that is so :-(

Oh well... folks, nothing to see here... move along.

Sorry for the misleading post.




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