As I mentioned in an earlier post regarding Macy's, I had some problems with their sales price practices. Here's another story:
Went back to Macy's Wednesday, April 2,
with a "special" mailing piece I had received. It said "Here's Your Lucky Star, bring it into your favorite Macy's..." I was supposed to hold it up to a reader in the store (a piece of transparent red plastic paper) and see what I had won.
It worked in that I actually went to the store, and until I did I must admit that I felt a little special that they had rewarded me for being a good customer who used their credit card.
But entering the store I was greeted by a lady
handing out the same "special" mailing piece to everyone who walked
in, the only requirement being that you were unable to avoid her. Not
to mention the stack of the mailers on her table, for those who wanted
to avoid human contact, or wanted to take another piece to see if they
would be even luckier.
So I guess what's bothering me is that either Macy's should indeed do something special in a card holder's mailing, or not send out the actual game piece and let their mailer say to pick one up at Macy's (like everyone else).
If you want to reward me for using your card, then reward me, don't tease me.