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Jamie At Your Table

Jamie At Your Table

15 August 2014

Collect stamps at Countdown to receive 50% off Jamie Oliver dinnerware

Customers can now dine in style with half-price Jamie Oliver dinnerware from Countdown’s newest stamp collection programme.

Between 16 August and 30 November, customers can collect stamps as part of their everyday shopping and save 50% off a range of contemporary Jamie Oliver dinnerware, just in time for summer.

Countdown’s General Manager for Marketing Bridget Lamont says the dinnerware range is exclusive in New Zealand to Countdown, and is the perfect addition to Kiwi kitchens for everyday use or dinner parties.

“We’re delighted to offer this high-quality range for our customers at a great discount,” says Lamont.

“Countdown’s stamp collection programmes have proven to be hugely popular with more than 2.7 million knives, glasses and cutlery collected by customers over the last few years. Jamie's dinnerware will really complement the great value products our customers have already added to their kitchens.”

How the promotion works:
• For every $20 spent in a single transaction, customers can earn one stamp. With 5 stamps, you can purchase and save 50% off any piece of dinnerware from a range of plates, bowls and a mug.
•Customers can also purchase the dinnerware at a recommended retail price in-store or online at any time.
•For more information about the promotion visit http://www.countdown.co.nz/

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