Discussion in 'Free Stuff' started by thj0011, Nov 9, 2010.
Did you use different addresses? Because under the terms and conditions it says 3 per person, household and address and no more than 1 per day. Hopefully they let it slip by.
lol I called a friend who works @ a gas station for a code..lol
thnks submitted for 2 pairs hope i get them can use them come summer time again!!! woot
Isn't this unethical if you haven't purchased the product? According to the Terms & Conditions it's supposed to be Gift with Purchase..."Only individual actual purchasers may participate."
Would love them, but haven't purchased the gum yet.
I guess it's a good thing i bought a pack this morning.
I agree but we're not here to be the ethics police. Some of these people may have bought the gum recently but threw away the package so that's not unethical. It's all a matter of opinion and it's not my place to judge. I have many packs of Orbit so I gave a code to a few people, I think that's fair too.
At $1.49 for a pack of gum, I think I've paid for my flip flops, your flip flops, his flip flops......and don't get me started on earning them by having to watch those stupid commercials!!uke:
Sorry, wasn't trying to be the "ethics police", just thought it might be good to let folks know because from the original post you wouldn't know it was meant to be a gift with purchase unless you actually read the Terms and Conditions and most of us, including me, don't always read those. Certainly didn't mean to offend or sound like I was judging.
Oh I know you had good intentions. I just wanted to clear the air before anyone else did because I know some people can take it the wrong way when the word unethical comes along. Just trying to prevent any negative comments. :h5:
Lets hope the buying of the gum out numbers the ordering of flip flops! :uh:
I ran to the store(its only 2 houses away) and bought 2 packs and used the code 4 times so Im cool!! I sent two to my house and 2 my daughters house.
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