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- DeniseMemberSeptember 28, 2012 at 1:06 pmPost count: 285
I just want to thank you so very much for posting about the Harrods Bear as I would not have known that Harrods came out with a 2012 Bear if it wasn't for you. I think Chester is so absolutely adorable!! I love the colors and the black twinkling eyes!
Thanks again Woody, you are the Best!! 😀 🙂 😀
DeniseDeniseMemberSeptember 28, 2012 at 12:52 pmPost count: 285'Petals' wrote on '28:
Hi Denise, so good to see you. It has been a long while!
Re the points on the Harrods Cards, this is how it works:
For every £1 you spend, you receive ONE POINT.
TO ACTIVATE THE REWARDS YOU MUST SPEND £500.
SO, IF YOU PURCHASE A BEAR FOR £160 AND RECEIVE YOUR POINTS, YOU WILL STILL HAVE TO SPEND A TOTAL AMOUNT OF £500 TO ACTIVATE YOUR CASH BACK REWARDS SCHEME.
IF YOU ARE PURCHASING A FEW BEARS FOR FRIENDS OR WHOEVER, THE AMOUNT MAY COME OVER THE £500 IN WHICH CASE YOU WILL QUALIFY FOR A REWARD AT THE YEAR END WHICH IS FEBRUARY OF EACH YEAR.
THEN, YOU WILL HAVE ONLY A LIMITED TIME TO USE THIS REWARD CASHBACK, I.E. TO PURCHASE SOMETHING ELSE FROM HARRODS USING THE MONEY YOU HAVE RECEIVED FROM YOUR POINTS. IF YOU DO NOT USE THE MONEY (YOU COULD WRITE TO HARRODS AND SAY YOU ARE LIVING ABROAD AND ARE NOT ABLE TO VISIT THE STORE) THEY MIGHT GIVE YOU A SPECIAL CREDIT. I AM NOT SURE ABOUT THIS. EITHER WAY, PURCHASING ONE BEAR DOES NOT GIVE YOU THE £1.60 OR HOWEVER MUCH IT COMES TO, AS REBATE. YOU MUST SPEND A MINIMUM OF £500 BEFORE YOU SEE THE £5. REWARD CASSH BACK WHICH CAN ONLY BE SPENT AT HARRODS.
HOPE THIS HELPS. HAVE JUST BEEN ON THE PHONE TO HARRODS TO MAKE SURE I AM GIVING YOU THE CORRECT INFORMATION.
Hi Jacky, yes, it's great seeing you again!
I don't know what you meant by “Scheme?” (Is that the best choice of words?) 😮
Anyway, I received over 10 pounds off the 2012 Chester Bear using my Rewards Program (not a scheme) without having to spent 500 pounds and without having to wait until February. My Bear should arrive any day.
I hope this helps others who want to purchase the Harrods Bear named Chester from the U.S. (Perhaps the rules are different for people who live in the U.K.).
DeniseDeniseMemberSeptember 27, 2012 at 7:44 pmPost count: 285DeniseMemberSeptember 27, 2012 at 7:21 pmPost count: 285
No, I do not have or need a Harrods Charge Card. Whenever I call Harrods to place an order the first question they ask me is “do you have a Rewards Card?”. I then give them a number that I got when I registered at Harrods.com. So, what you have to do is go to Harrods.com and in the search box type Rewards Program. That will entitle you to 5 BPS (British Pounds Sterling)for every 500 points you earn (spent) whether it's over the phone or online. LOL!
Hope this helps,
DeniseDeniseMemberSeptember 27, 2012 at 12:17 amPost count: 285
I'm so excited because I called up Harrods and ordered my 2012 Christmas Bear! No problem in shipping it to me in the States because it's a solid perfume (not a liquid perfume).
And guess what? I even get Reward Points toward my next purchase at Harrods, wow, it doesn't get better than that does it?
Happy dance! 😀
DeniseDeniseMemberAugust 19, 2012 at 11:49 pmPost count: 285DeniseMemberAugust 19, 2012 at 11:46 pmPost count: 285DeniseMemberAugust 19, 2012 at 11:36 pmPost count: 285
So sorry Brigitte! It has happened to me too and I put my name on my photo's! I contact Ebay who contacts the seller that stole my photographs and most of the time it's resolved.
Lisa, I used to use that code which works most of the time so I suggest using the code and putting the name “SolidPerfume.com” across the compact.DeniseMemberFebruary 28, 2012 at 2:50 pmPost count: 285
I don't know if anyone knew this about Evelyn Lauder so here is more information about her:
Evelyn Lauder personally raised much of the $13.6 million that went to create the Evelyn H. Lauder Breast Center at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, which opened in October 1992 and focuses on the treatment and diagnosis of breast cancer. She helped raise an additional $5 million to create an endowment to be used to fund clinical research there.
She was a strong supporter in the fight against breast cancer and she cared so much about others putting them before herself. Truly beautiful human being… very sad loss.DeniseMemberFebruary 28, 2012 at 1:47 pmPost count: 285DeniseMemberJune 14, 2008 at 4:20 pmPost count: 285
So happy that you are fine and that the op is over, resting could be fun! Yes, ops do make one feel a bit fatigued (I had about 15 operations, not as serious as yours, but that's another story).
Wow, 5 days is a short time to leave a hospital, good for you! Your attitude is fantastic and as you know, attitude plays a huge role in every aspect of life.
You take care and get that rest, each day gets a little bit better, yep, I've been there and now those days are distant memories….
Hugs to you my friend,
Denise <img src='style_emoticons//smile.gif’ border=’0′ style=’vertical-align:middle’ alt=’smile.gif’ />DeniseMemberMay 3, 2008 at 12:26 pmPost count: 285DeniseMemberApril 26, 2008 at 12:20 amPost count: 285
Just wanted to say it's great you have a date for your operation, the sooner it's over with, the more relaxed you will feel.
My Dad also had open heart surgery and he was just fine, it was my Mum and myself that were worried sick and were knitting away in the waiting room until the operation was over! He didn't take it that easy afterward, he was up and doing things within 1 month. It's amazing how the body heals.
If Woody and Troy decide to fly back there, maybe I'll go with them! Always wanted to see Australia but forget about me walking over any bridges, out of the question! I'm terrified of heights except for the flying, yeah, doesn't make sense right?
Hang in there, you will be just fine and dandy.
DeniseDeniseMemberApril 21, 2008 at 7:06 pmPost count: 285