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I recently received a £2 voucher from a supermarket after complaining vociferously about the poor quality of their own-brand Rich Tea biscuits, which I spent on more tasty, tasty biscuits. Tell us about your trivial victories that have made life a tiny bit better.

(, Thu 10 Feb 2011, 12:07)
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I'm going to suggest that this is made up, purely because Tesco do in fact do cashback.

(, Sat 12 Feb 2011, 13:00, 4 replies)

Our local superstore Tesco doesn't! Asda does though, even on the self scan do-dahs.
(, Sat 12 Feb 2011, 13:32, closed)
Maybe she was being a super bitch?
In fact, the self service bits also do cashback, so I was a fool for joining the queue in the first place.

I feel I should defend myself only on the basis that your implication is that this story is the limit to my imagination. If I was making it up it would be better than this.

I would've shagged the lady behind the counter at least.
(, Sat 12 Feb 2011, 13:38, closed)
The one near me does not give cashback.
Though that is also a petrol station so i think they are still an Esso just with Tesco branding. They do have a cashpoint however but they do charge for air. The bastards.
(, Sat 12 Feb 2011, 17:19, closed)
Is the cashpoint one of those ones that charges a fee for withdrawals?
Would explain things.
(, Sun 13 Feb 2011, 13:39, closed)
Tesco Express..
... in our town does not do cashback, but has a (free of charge) cash machine on the outside instead. All cashback requests are referred to the ATM.
(, Mon 14 Feb 2011, 17:21, closed)

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