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Topic # 152177 18-Sep-2014 13:53
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Hey there

I saw in this week's Warehouse junkmail a couple of good top-up deals for Skinny - one was $35 for $50 credit (can't recall the other, but it was for a lesser amount).

I have two questions that weren't clear from the information provided:

* are these deals available elsewhere, or is it exclusive to the Warehouse? (it was discussing Skinny's 2nd birthday, so I'd assumed the former; if it is, where else can one buy them?)
* are they available to anyone purchasing a top-up (wherever these specfic ones are sold), or only those purchasing a Skinny phone?

I've looked on Skinny's website and can't see anything on this deal.

Thanks!

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  Reply # 1131874 19-Sep-2014 00:10
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Hi - This offer is only available at The Warehouse and is limited to one per customer


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  Reply # 1132807 20-Sep-2014 17:57
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I tried to purchase a $50 for $30 topup today from Kapiti Warehouse. But they couldn't get it to come up on their system. So I bought the $20 for $15 in the interim. They suggested the deal runs through to Tuesday and for me to try again next week to get it. Any input mr Living Skinny?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1132966 20-Sep-2014 22:32
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1eStar: I tried to purchase a $50 for $30 topup today from Kapiti Warehouse. But they couldn't get it to come up on their system. So I bought the $20 for $15 in the interim. They suggested the deal runs through to Tuesday and for me to try again next week to get it. Any input mr Living Skinny?


I had the same problem, tried a couple of Warehouse in Auckland too.

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  Reply # 1132990 20-Sep-2014 23:39
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rocky7st:
1eStar: I tried to purchase a $50 for $30 topup today from Kapiti Warehouse. But they couldn't get it to come up on their system. So I bought the $20 for $15 in the interim. They suggested the deal runs through to Tuesday and for me to try again next week to get it. Any input mr Living Skinny?


I had the same problem, tried a couple of Warehouse in Auckland too.


Same here, fail to purchase $50 top up in auckland. False advertising? :/

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  Reply # 1133020 21-Sep-2014 08:05
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bunky:
rocky7st:
1eStar: I tried to purchase a $50 for $30 topup today from Kapiti Warehouse. But they couldn't get it to come up on their system. So I bought the $20 for $15 in the interim. They suggested the deal runs through to Tuesday and for me to try again next week to get it. Any input mr Living Skinny?


I had the same problem, tried a couple of Warehouse in Auckland too.


Same here, fail to purchase $50 top up in auckland. False advertising? :/


Thanks for highlighting. I've spoken to our sales team and they will contact The Warehouse head office to track down the problem.

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  Reply # 1133057 21-Sep-2014 10:02
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I tried this morning at The Warehouse Riccarton but their system was out of $50 topup codes. Fortunately the music desk was able to issue me with a $10 and 2x $20 for $30

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  Reply # 1133122 21-Sep-2014 14:14
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nickb800: I tried this morning at The Warehouse Riccarton but their system was out of $50 topup codes. Fortunately the music desk was able to issue me with a $10 and 2x $20 for $30


I had the same problem and solution. Poor lady was quite frustrated by their system.

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  Reply # 1133325 21-Sep-2014 23:14
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Good one. If the system isn't working I'll suggest the 10+20+20 solution.

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  Reply # 1133433 22-Sep-2014 09:58
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Same issue at warehouse downtown today. can't issue $50 topups at the till. Only able to offer the $20 for $15.

Any chance this will be resolved today?

Also any restriction on the number of $50 topups that can be bought at one time as I need one for my wife as well.




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  Reply # 1133554 22-Sep-2014 11:37
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I purchased a$50 top-up voucher from my local store (PN) on Friday afternoon without any issue - it was from the music counter, though I doubt that would make any difference?

I had been planning on going back to get one for my wife (as this deal makes it worth her switching over from 2 Degrees, as $50 credit will last her months!), so it would be good to know if this problem has been solved before bothering to go back to the store.

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  Reply # 1133555 22-Sep-2014 11:40
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They were out of $50 top up codes at Dunedin central warehouse. Although I don't really understand how you can become out of stock of a digital item, couldn't more just be created instantly on request?

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  Reply # 1133704 22-Sep-2014 14:09
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Working as of 1pm at the Downtown Warehouse.




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  Reply # 1134685 23-Sep-2014 16:21
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Worked for me at midday at Kapiti Warehouse yesterday.

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