Published on November 22nd, 2007 | by Simon Wakeman12
GAP 60% discount voucher
Retailer GAP looks like it’s following Threshers’ example from last year, and is circulating a fairly deep price discount voucher by email and the usual other social channels.
In case it’s any use to anyone reading the blog, you’ll find a link to the voucher below:
Check out update below…(link to the 60% voucher removed – definitely fake)
At home our broadband woes continue with intermittent ADSL modem web access only, so blog posts are even less frequent than usual right now.
I’m waiting for our phone line to be transferred back to BT, so then we can order broadband from another supplier and finally escape TalkTalk.
It’s amazed me how dependent we were on having wireless web access throughout the house – once we’re up and running with a new supplier I’ll be able to get the wireless router working once again and life should return to normal.
Update: I’ve been emailed a 30% voucher that may be genuine – download it here (thanks Andy).
Update part 2: A nice man called Richard from Gap has emailed me a voucher for 30% – download it here – given Richard works for Gap I’d recommend you use this one (thanks Richard)
Update part 3: I’ve been exchanging emails with Andy McLellan who is European Customer Relations Manager at Gap (who has been commenting below). He’s clarified a few things:
- all 60% vouchers are definitely fake
- either of the 30% vouchers available above are valid
- anyone presenting a 60% voucher before 2nd December will be given a 30% discount whether or not they have a valid 30% voucher
I’m happy to help Andy spread some facts about the vouchers. He’s tracking this post and its comments, so if you have any questions about the offer that you want to ask someone from Gap, then it may be worth posting a comment here.
[tags]gap, voucher, discount[/tags]
This article originally appeared on Simon Wakeman’s communications, marketing and public relations blog at www.simonwakeman.com.