|Customers inquire about Saigon Co.op’s stamps accumulation programme to exchange for gifts at a Co.opmart supermarket in HCM City. — Photo courtesy of Saigon Co.op|
HCM CITY — Saigon Co.op’s supermarket systems will gift more than one million pieces of premium French kitchenware to customers under its programme to exchange stamps for gifts from March 21 to August 21.
The gift is a set of seven Fontignac branded stainless steel cookware items: a 16cm sauce pan, a three-piece steamer set, two frying pans, a shallow casserole with glass lid, a tall casserole with glass lid, and a pan for deep frying.
All are made from 304 stainless steel and have a three-ply bottom, and are not sold in Việt Nam.
Customers with all categories of membership cards will get a stamp for every VNĐ200,000 (US$8.6) they spend at Co.opmart, Co.opXtra, Co.op Food, Co.op Smile, HTVCo.op, or Cheers.
Depending on the number of stamps they accumulate, customers have to pay some extra cash in exchange for a gift.
For instance, to get the saucepan, which has the lowest value among the seven items -- of VNĐ1.3 million ($56) -- customers need 50 stamps and have to pay VNĐ150,000 or five stamps and VNĐ350,000.
In addition to traditional paper stamps, the programme this year also offers electronic stamps via the “Tích tem” app downloadable from App Store and Google Play.
The first customers registering the app or exchanging stamps for gifts will instantly get three reward stamps. — VNS