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£10 inflight shopping voucher for completing BA Online Check-in demo

Old Dec 2, 06, 12:38 pm
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£10 inflight shopping voucher for completing BA Online Check-in demo

COMPLETE THE DEMO to receive your £10 Highlife Shop voucher and to be entered in our Florida family holiday prize draw.

It's in today's Daily Hate. Don't worry, you don't have to buy the rag. Go to:
www.dailymail.co.uk/ba and follow the instructions.
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Old Dec 2, 06, 1:31 pm
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Thanks for this Roger... I don't see anything in the terms and conditions that says it can only be used once though...
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Old Dec 2, 06, 1:32 pm
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and no min spend -- a licence to print £10 notes
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Old Dec 2, 06, 1:39 pm
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Hi,



Thanks for the link Roger.

It will be useful for shopping on the BA 285 on 16th Dec.

Pity you have to register with the DM to get the voucher!

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Old Dec 2, 06, 1:41 pm
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And then theres the bit that says "photocopies will not be accepted" although quite how your average cabin crew member would be able to distinguish between a photocopied voucher and one printed out on my pc is beyond me...

Well thought out terms and conditions again for a BA promo!
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Old Dec 2, 06, 1:43 pm
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Originally Posted by The _Banking_Scot View Post
Hi,



Thanks for the link Roger.

It will be useful for shopping on the BA 285 on 16th Dec.

Pity you have to register with the DM to get the voucher!

Regards

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I filled in the details but havent activated it with the activation email... it let me do the competition anyway.
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Old Dec 2, 06, 2:17 pm
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Maybe I'm being thick but I can't find the promotion on BA.com. I've gone through the OLCI demo but at the end it just brings up a screen witha buttonsaying 'close window' on it.

What am I doing wrong?!
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Old Dec 2, 06, 2:34 pm
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Originally Posted by BAFlyer78 View Post
Maybe I'm being thick but I can't find the promotion on BA.com. I've gone through the OLCI demo but at the end it just brings up a screen witha buttonsaying 'close window' on it.

What am I doing wrong?!
Hi,

I think you have to click on the " Enter the competition " icon below the OLCI screen.

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Old Dec 2, 06, 2:35 pm
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Thanks for that tip, there must be something wrong with my browser cos I'm not seeing it.

The Daily Mail page looks like it has loaded wrong. Is there a link on that page that hasn't appeared or are you using the regular On-Line Check-In Demo on BA.com and using a button on that site?

I've run thru the demo a couple of times and at the end it just gives me the option to close the window -- doh!

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Old Dec 2, 06, 2:44 pm
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Originally Posted by BAFlyer78 View Post
Maybe I'm being thick but I can't find the promotion on BA.com. I've gone through the OLCI demo but at the end it just brings up a screen witha buttonsaying 'close window' on it.

What am I doing wrong?!

Basically you're on the wrong website.

www.dailymail.co.uk/ba

It is a dailymail promotion.
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Old Dec 2, 06, 3:00 pm
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I've tried both sites!

Where on the page that yo'veposted the link for is the button. By doing CTRL+A I can see a load of text that I can't otherwise but I still don't get a button.
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Old Dec 3, 06, 9:40 am
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Originally Posted by Roger View Post
COMPLETE THE DEMO to receive your £10 Highlife Shop voucher and to be entered in our Florida family holiday prize draw.

It's in today's Daily Hate. Don't worry, you don't have to buy the rag. Go to:
www.dailymail.co.uk/ba and follow the instructions.
Many thanks Roger

I have just signed up and will print two vouchers out. When Mrs TEX277 gets home and checks her inbox she'll do the same. Resulting in £40 worth of vouchers for our December NYC trip.

Just how much Toblerone are we talking here???
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Old Dec 3, 06, 10:13 am
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The vouchers excludes "certain short-haul European destinations" !

Anyone know which these would be, in advance of the flight?
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Old Dec 3, 06, 10:24 am
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You'll notice your fellow BA passengers - they'll all be wearing big grins on their faces, looking relaxed and happy.

Going through T4 Security?
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Old Dec 3, 06, 10:25 am
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Originally Posted by JPR View Post
The vouchers excludes "certain short-haul European destinations" !

Anyone know which these would be, in advance of the flight?
Basically the ones where there is no in-flight high life shop - includes Paris and Brussels to name two.
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