Coles Supermarketshaving to spend $30 to receive a plastic toy at checkouts

J Aug 01, 2018

Yesterday I spent $28.50 in coles getting what I needed when my daughter saw all the paraphernalia pertaining to the plastic mini groceries offered. I thought okay great only to be told at the checkout that I hadn't spent enough money. Although I had spent $28.50 it wasn't enough to get the promotional toy. Not good enough coles. Playing on the desires of kids by advertising these mini groceries which then requires parents to up there purchases at the checkout. Isn't there laws against that kind of thing!!!

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