This was the wording I saw on display at the checkout:
Customers spending over £15.00 will receive a voucher for three minutes of FREE air.
Vouchers valid only on day of purchase.
What the *uck? I am sorry to let that slip out - but I've never seen anything so ridiculous in all my life (except this blog of course). I mean, I appreciate the FREE air (no doubt factored into the £15.00) but I can only have it on the day of purchase? Is there a rush on air or what? Is it in short supply? Is Cameron going to start taxing it or what? I am gutted, absolutely gutted, I cannot pick up my FREE air tomorrow. I am going to complain to Morrisons about this - I spent £100 in the store and another £50 in the petrol station and I can only pick up my FREE air today? What sort of customer service is that?
|"It doesn't matter that our car has broken down - if we keep pushing we can make it to Morrisons for our FREE air by midnight."|
"I love you, Josh. I'm so glad you spotted that FREE air at Morrisons - now we can be together all day!"
In fact Morrisons have not just got it coming to them from me with the FREE air issue as I'm also going to complain to them that their FREE air nearly got me killed. Unfortunately, after I saw that sign I couldn't stop laughing and I laughed all the way home - it is a miracle I didn't kill myself or someone else with my erratic driving. So I'm lodging a complaint with them for making me a danger to myself and to everyone else.
|Ahhhh ... look how happy this young couple are knowing they have got some FREE air. It will making saving up for their first child soooo much easier.|
Well now it's time for me to go back to doing something constructive. I'm going to pump up my tyres on my driveway with my own FREE air and I shall, very generously, give my voucher for FREE air to my neighbour with the one leg.
|"Quick - come over to Morrisons the air is FREE all day. I'm getting two bursts!"|
In theory, at least here in the States, you have to pay between 75 cents and a dollar for about five minutes worth of air for your tires. However, you can get those same five minutes of air absolutely free...by walking inside the store and asking the nice cashier to turn it on for you.ReplyDelete
I never pump my tyres up at the garage G, but I assume there is a charge (hence the special offer) but I am still outraged! For the vast amount of money we pay for petrol over here the cost of maintaining one air pump per garage to provide free air for customers would be peanuts - and excellent for customer relations. Seems to me "Customer Service" is something out of a bygone era....Delete