160 Baht Cash voucher for Tesco Lotus
For those people who shop at Tesco Lotus you might be interested in this cash voucher. It’s valid from now until 8th March 2015. The 160 Baht voucher is valid if you spend 1,500 Baht or more. The 80 Baht voucher is valid if you spend between 800 Baht and 1,499 Baht. You can get this coupon in Friday’s edition of Thai Rath. Or if you have a smartphone, just download the TescoLotus app and you can use the electronic coupon.
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It’s worth noting that this application is only available in the Thai Apple Store. Unfortunately, I belong to the U.S. Store as far as Apple is concerned because the number of useful apps for my iPhone is far superior to the slim pickings available for Western residents of Thailand that are available in the Thai store. This really is a shame because this promotion would have convinced me to do my next round of shopping at Tesco Lotus instead of Big C or another competitor. It isn’t worth my time and effort to attempt to locate the physical coupon in print.
If you or any of your readers happen to know a way to circumvent this little (although annoying and frustrating from time to time) problem, I would be pleased to learn how to do it! For the life of me, I cannot understand why a global company with tremendous resources at its disposal would not make an application like this available for iDevice users who prefer to use a version of the App Store that may not be in the country where they have taken up long-term residence. The fact that the App Store does not allow users of Apple’s products to choose applications from any region they desire is a huge oversight in my opinion. I’d venture a guess and say that most iPhone users are reasonably well educated and fully capable of switching between regions without anyone holding their hand. The exclusivity of the App Store remains a major drawback at a time when the competition in the saturated smartphone market is fierce. Between the two of these giants, I am dissapointed that they are unable or unwilling to assist customers like myself to enjoy applications from the U.S. App Store and still be able to use their electronic coupon to keep 160 baht in my pocket that wouldn’t be there otherwise. Despite your business sense and ingenious, creative, revolutionary products there is quite a bit of simple common sense missing here!!
Okay, rant over! LoL! If anyone knows a legitimate workaround to this. Please share it with the rest of us because I know there are others out there who are in exactly the se situation. Thanks!