Hmm yes, just double checked. The order I had should be valid, but it seems that it does not count towards any of the Secret Selections wines, which it doesn't say are excluded in the terms and conditions. I will have to contact them!The promo offer I got was $20 off $200 wine purchase total: if yours is the same, have you gone over the required amount in wine purchases and not just in total? (Hope that makes sense)
Has anyone tried the max’s?winemarket have 25% off with code Red25 and free delivery
They have Penfolds Maxs' shiraz on clearance for $25/bottle (Before 25% off) in 6 packs
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I went with 6 Cake wines Cabernet on spec as I'm after every day drinkers.
Seemed worth a punt at less than 68 delivered for a 6 pack
I guess they feel they don't need to incentivise youThis Dans promo was totally targeted - top level was indeed $35/$350 - I spoke to Dans online yesterday and registered formal complaint that I did not receive any offer - seriously spend a shoot load at Dans annually - we will see if any response.
Probably so - but I did make sure they included in feedback that I was tossing up spend $1K at Dan's or FC - the $35 would have pulled me to Dan's but offer not rcvd so I am off to FC - as I said will be interesting if receive any response. More a fishing exercise than anything.I guess they feel they don't need to incentivise you
Langtons have/will refund to my credit card. I would have preferred the wine was drinkable though.I saw your review on CellarTracker and wasn’t very hopeful.
But I’ve been lucky so far... 2/10 bottles and both have been good.
But I suspect it’s past it’s peak and I’ll be getting through the remaining 8 bottles reasonably soon.
I'm struggling to see the point of a member pre sale of something that's in no danger of selling out anyway.DM has a “member exclusive” pre-sale for this years Penfolds releases
Might just wait for the inevitable discount season